LOCKLAND, Ohio – Last December, St. Xavier became the first Ohio high school football team to win a state championship with five losses.Eight months later, the Bombers are 5-0 for the first time since the 2007 season and arguably playing the best football of any large-school team in the state.“It’s awesome,” senior wide receiver Cameron Specht said. “It gives us great confidence in practice. We know we still have a long road ahead. Last year we were 5-5. This year we are 5-0 and rolling.
CINCINNATI – Elder gave the state’s top-ranked football team everything it could handle late Saturday afternoon at The Pit.Although Cleveland St. Ignatius defeated the Panthers 30-28, Elder coach Doug Ramsey was pleased with the effort his squad gave throughout the game.“We played harder and a lot more physical this week than we did last week for sure,” Ramsey said.Elder (3-2) lost to undefeated Lakewood St. Edward 40-7 at Bedford High School Sept. 16, and the natural question was how the...
CINCINNATI -- St. Xavier football coach Steve Specht had a simple message for his team entering Greater Catholic League South division competition this week.“I told the kids they have been blessed with the opportunity to play in one of the best conferences not only in the state of Ohio but in the country and that everything changes a little when you go into GCL South play,” Specht said. “The sky is a little bluer, the grass a little greener and on and on.
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