What to watch: The Thoroughbreds made serious waves in the state title discussion in Class 2A after an upset 20-15 win over Christian Academy-Louisville, who was last year’s state champs and top-ranked in this year’s AP state poll. Kyle Kelly had a 73-yard touchdown run in the game and is on pace for a 1,000-yard season. Conner has won the past two years in the series, 21-17 in 2015 and 27-14 last year. The Cougars dropped a tough 28-21 decision to Dixie Heights last week.
Here's a rundown of the games to watch this week in Ohio and Northern Kentucky. What to Watch: In the newest Enquirer Division II coaches’ poll La Salle and Winton Woods are tied for first in the city. In the newest Associated Press DII state poll the Lancers are ranked first in Ohio while the Warriors are fourth. In the first Ohio High School Athletic Association computer rankings of the season, La Salle is the No. 1 team in Region 8, the Warriors are No. 3.
ALEXANDRIA - Kevin Bundy describes some of his athletes at Bishop Brossart High School as “vagabonds.”Brossart, whose main color is green, has little green space to negotiate around on its main campus, so Mustang teams in all outdoor sports are accustomed to traveling around Campbell County to play their home matches. That could end in the near future as Brossart recently announced a fundraising campaign for a new athletic complex.
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Selecting a term
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