DIVISION V Regional FinalMiddletown Madison 42, West Jefferson 7Middletown Madison continues its winning streak in its inaugural playoff season with a convincing win over West Jefferson in the Division V playoffs.Cameron Svarda led the offense with 219 yards and two touchdowns off 20 rushes.The defense also had a strong outing after forcing five turnovers, two of which were interceptions by Mason Whiteman.The Mohawks will face either Wheelersburg or Johnstown-Monroe in the state semifinals...
ST. LEON – For the second time in three years East Central will play for a football state championship. The Trojans (11-3) held off late-surging Greenwood to secure a 27-14 win Friday in an Indiana 4A semi-state matchup. “We’ve got a bunch of young players, we weren’t supposed to get here,” East Central coach Justin Roden said. “We’re starting four sophomores and a freshman, an entire underclass offensive line. The emotion is high because I think we’re truly becoming a great program.
Who to follow on Twitter: John Snodgrass (@JSnodsEnq), Michael Noyes (@noyesmj)What to watch: East Central won its third-consecutive regional championship last week with a 35-13 win against Evansville Central. The Trojans advanced to the state final in 2015 and fell in a heartbreaker in their semi-state game last season. Now EC is back and a large part of that has to do with a strong rushing attack. The Trojans average 230.6 rushing yards per game.
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