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Local teams to compete in Ohio state championships

Three local high schools will be competing this weekend in the state championship for their respective divisions.

Cincinnati Moeller, Loveland High School and Clinton Massie High School will all represent their communities this weekend in the Ohio High School state football championships.

Defending champs, Moeller, will try and defend their title when they face Cleveland area Mentor High School 3 p.m. Saturday at Canton Fawcett Stadium.

Clinton Massie High will face Youngstown Cardinal Mooney 3 p.m. Friday at Massillon Paul Brown Tiger Stadium. Clinton Massie is also defending a title from last year.

A little closer to my own heart, The Loveland Tigers will face Cleveland Glenville for the championship at 7 p.m. Friday at Canton Fawcett Stadium. Glenville is coached by Ted Ginn Sr. (Father to NFL player Ted Ginn Jr.).

I attended the game in Columbus on Friday between Loveland and Zanesville and it was a great game with an awesome finish. Down by 8 with less than 30 seconds left in the game, Loveland scored on Quarterback Drew Plitt's 36 yd pass to Giavanni Ricci. The game went to the second overtime where Loveland won with a field goal.

This is a Bengals site, but it is good to show some love to some possible future NFL players. Good luck teams.