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High School Football - Regional Finals Pairings
2014 OHSAA Football Playoffs – Third Round Pairings
Division III – Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21
1 Wapakoneta (12-0) vs. 3 Trotwood-Madison (11-1) at Sidney Memorial Stadium
Division IV – Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21
4 Kenton (10-2) vs. 3 Wauseon (12-0) at Findlay Donnell Stadium
Division V – Games at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22
4 Coldwater (11-1) vs. 2 Liberty-Benton (12-0) at Lima Spartan Stadium
Division VI – Games at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21
4 West Liberty-Salem (11-1) vs. 3 Minster (9-3) at Piqua Alexander Stadium, Purk Field
Division VII – Games at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22
1 Arlington (11-1) vs. 3 Columbus Grove (8-4) at Findlay Donnell Stadium
1 Marion Local (12-0) vs. 2 Sidney Lehman (10-2) at Wapakoneta Harmon Field
>>Raiders End Year-Long Drought, Top Chiefs
(Oakland, CA) -- The Raiders have ended their 16-game losing streak by beating the division rival Chiefs 24-20 at O.co Coliseum. Derek Carr went 18-of-35 for 174 yards and the game-winning nine-yard touchdown to James Jones with under two minutes left. Latavius Murray rushed for 112 yards and two scores on just four carries before leaving with a concussion. Raiders safety Charles Woodson had eight tackles and a sack to become the first player in NFL history to record 50 career interceptions and 20 sacks.
>>Bills And Jets At Ford Field
(Detroit, MI) -- The Bills will host the Jets at Ford Field at 7 p.m. Monday, after over five feet of snow blanketed Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo. The game had been scheduled for Sunday at 1 p.m., but the stadium would not be game-ready by kickoff. The Bills, who have not been able to practice this week, will work out at the Lions facility today and tomorrow and will have their walkthrough on Sunday. This marks the second time Ford Field has hosted another NFL game that didn't involve the Lions. The Minnesota Vikings played the New York Giants in Detroit in 2010 after the weight of snow caused the roof of the Metrodome to collapse.
>>Giovani Bernard Practices Fully
(Cincinnati, OH) -- Bengals running back Giovani Bernard was a full participant in practice after spending Wednesday limited. Bernard has sat out the team's last three teams due to a hip pointer. However offensive coordinator Hue Jackson indicated that rookie Jeremy Hill will still see a fair share of touches when Gio returns. The Bengals are at Houston Sunday.
>>Dansby Close To Being Ruled Out
(Cleveland, OH) -- Browns coach Mike Pettine says he does not want to rule out linebacker Karlos Dansby from playing this weekend in Atlanta. However Pettine said that he is not encouraged after Dansby missed a second straight day of practice and that he is getting close to sitting him this weekend.
>>#12 Kansas State Hangs On To Beat West Virginia
(Morgantown, WV) -- Jake Waters tossed for 400 yards and a touchdown to lead number-12 Kansas State to a 26-20 victory over West Virginia in Morgantown. Matthew McCrane converted on four of his five field goals and the defense forced four turnovers as the Wildcats moved to 8-and-2 and 6-and-1 in the Big 12. K-State hosts Kansas a week from tomorrow.
>>Tar Heels Top Blue Devils
(Durham, NC) -- North Carolina used a 21-point first quarter to roll Duke 45-20 in conference action. T.J. Logan rushed for 116 yards and a score while Marquise Williams accounted for 374 yards of offense and four total touchdowns. Anthony Boone threw two scores for Duke and Thomas Sirk added a rushing touchdown. The Tar Heels become bowl eligible at 6-and-5 while Duke falls to 8-and-3.
>>Buckeyes Host Hoosiers
(Columbus, OH) -- Number-six Ohio State is back in action tomorrow when it plays host to Big Ten foe Indiana. The Buckeyes moved to 9-and-1 and remained undefeated in conference play after beating Minnesota last week. The Hoosiers have dropped five in-a-row.
>>KentState at Buffalo game cancelled
(Buffalo, NY) - The University of Buffalo's 2014 home football finale against KentState rescheduled for Friday has now been cancelled due to the massive snowstorm that has leveled upstate New York.
The Mid American Conference tilt was originally set to take place Wednesday night at UB Stadium, but was moved to Friday at 1 p.m. et by the blizzard that dumped as much as six feet of snow in the Buffalo area.
Both Buffalo (4-6) and KentState (1-9) will have their seasons shortened to 11 games, with each team to conclude its campaign next week.
>>OSU Faces Sacred Heart Sunday
(Columbus, OH) -- OhioState basketball is back on the court on Sunday when Sacred Heart comes to town as part of the Buckeye Classic. OSU began the season with victories over UMass Lowell and Marquette. The Pioneers of Sacred Heart enter 1-and-1.
>>Dayton Edges Texas A&M In Final Seconds
(San Juan, Puerto Rico) -- Devon Scott's game-winning tip in with two seconds left lifted Dayton to a 55-53 win over Texas A&M in the Puerto Rico Tip-Off in San Juan. Dyshawn Pierre led the way with 14 points and Kyle Davis chipped in 10 for the Flyers, which move to 2-and-0 with the victory. They face 17th-ranked Connecticut today.
>>Trojans Topped By Akron
(Charleston, SC) -- Nikola Jovanovic posted 11 points and nine rebounds as the Trojans lost 66-46 to Akron in South Carolina. Malik Martin added 10 points for USC, which slipped to 1-and-2. The Trojans face Drexel today in Charleston.
Elida product Reggie McAdams, in a starting role for the Zips, scored two points and added four rebounds and three assists.
>>Purdue Rolls Grambling State
(West Lafayette, IN) -- Isaac Haas scored a game-high 17 points off the bench as the Boilermakers beat GramblingState 82-30. A.J. Hammons added six points and seven rebounds for Purdue, which improved to 3-and-0. The Boilermakers face KansasState in Hawaii on Monday.
Elida grad Dakota Mathias, a freshman, scored nine points off the bench for Purdue. He added five rebounds.
>>IU Sinks SMU
(Bloomington, IN) -- James Blackmon Junior posted 26 points and seven rebounds as the Hoosiers sank the SMU Mustangs 74-68 from Assembly Hall. Yogi Ferrell had 13 points, seven assists and five rebounds for Indiana, which moved to 3-and-0.
(Ann Arbor, MI) -- #24 Michigan topped Detroit Mercy 71-62 last night. Caris LeVert led the Wolverines with 21 points, Zak Irvin had 18 and Derrik Walton junior added 16. The Titans were paced by Juwan Howard junior, the son of a member of Michigan's "Fab Five". U of M is now 3-0 on the season and will tip off against Oregon in Brooklyn, New York on Monday.
>>Longhorns Use Second Half To Knock Off Iowa
(New York, NY) -- The Longhorns outscored Iowa by 20 points in the second half to cruise to a 71-57 win from MadisonSquareGarden. Texas improves to 3-and-0 and take on Cal tonight.
>>49ers Top Penn State In Double OT
(Charleston, SC) -- Mike Thorne Jr. recorded a 23-point 16-rebound double-double as Charlotte topped Penn State 106-97 in double overtime.
>>Gophers Crush Franklin Pierce
(Minneapolis, MN) -- Carlos Morris scored a game-high 16 points as Minnesota crushed Franklin Pierce 109-57 at Williams Arena.
>>Cavs Take On Wizards
(Washington, DC) -- The Cavaliers are back on the court tonight against the Wizards at the VerizonCenter. Cleveland is 5-and-5 and will look to bounce back from its two-point loss to the Spurs on Wednesday. Washington had a three-game winning streak snapped by Dallas on the same day.
>>Clippers Level Heat
(Miami, FL) -- Chris Paul posted 26 points and 12 assists to carry the Clippers to a 110-93 win over the Heat in Miami.
>>Kings Route Bulls
(Sacramento, CA) -- DeMarcus Cousins grabbed 14 rebounds and added 22 points to lead the Kings to a 103-88 win over the Bulls at Sleep Train Arena.
(Winnipeg, Manitoba) -- The Red Wings came from behind for a 4-3 win over the Jets in Winnipeg last night. Tomas Tatar scored twice, Johan Franzen added a power-play goal and Justin Abdelkader also netted a goal. Petr Mrazek stopped 28 of the 31 shots he faced. Detroit wraps up a three-game road trip in Toronto tomorrow night.
>>Blue Jackets Face Bruins
(Columbus, OH) -- The Blue Jackets are back on the ice tonight when they face the Bruins from Nationwide Arena. Columbus sits at 6-11-and-1 after being shut out by Detroit on Tuesday. Boston has won eight of its last nine.