High School Football Scores


The regular season ended for high school football teams on Friday.  The season was shortened to six games.  Some teams played less games during the season because of positive COVID-19 tests or players needing to be quarantined.  This year, all teams made the playoffs.  The first playoff games will be played this Friday.  

Here are the results from week six of the regular season:

The Carlisle Indians won a home game against Preble Shawnee by a score of 20-14.

The Franklin Wildcats lost an away game to Brookville by a score of 14-6.

The Springboro Panthers lost an away game 10-7 against Fairmont. 

The Lebanon Warriors won a home game 41-7 against Little Miami.  

The Waynesville Spartans won a home game 43-18 against Northridge.  

The Mason Comets lost an away game 21-0 against Lakota West.  

The Kings Knights won a home game 63-32 against Loveland.

The playoff games will begin this Friday. The lowest seeded team in the first week matchup will host the playoff game.  Teams that lost next week will be eliminated from playoff contention. 

The Ohio State High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) has told the teams that the playoff games will be played as away game.  That means teams are not permitted to have any special recognition of their students, including senior night activities or homecoming court activities.The 3-3 Carlisle Indians will play an away game at 2-4 Summit Day Country  at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 10.

The 3-3 Franklin  Wildcats will play a home game against  4-2 Valley View  at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 9.

The 2-3 Springboro Panthers will play a home game against  3-1 Findlay  at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 9.   

The 1-5 Little Miami Panthers will play a home game against 1-4 Loveland  at 7 p.m. on  Friday, Oct. 9.

The 2-4 Lebanon Warriors will play a home game against 4-2  Mason at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 9. 

The 4-2 Mason Comets will play an away game against 2-4 Lebanon on Friday Oct. 9.  

The 5-0 Kings Knights will play an away game at 2-3 Teays Valley  at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 9.

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