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By Steve Wartenberg | Bishop Hartley’s Cody Kirkbride knows what to do when it’s the final few seconds of the Div. IV state championship football game and the outcome is on the line: Grab the football and be a hero.
In the title tilt a year ago, Kirkbride’s last-second interception sealed the Hawks’ 31-28 win over Steubenville.
Schedule Announced and Single-Game Tickets for 2016 State Finals Now On-Sale
COLUMBUS (November 28, 2016) The Ohio High School Athletic Association, in partnership with the Greater Columbus Sports Commission, announced the schedule for the state football championship games December 1, 2 and 3 at Ohio Stadium.
By Steve Wartenberg | The coach of the defending state football champion Bishop Hartley Hawks has some advice for any and all coaches whose teams advance to the state championship games on December 1 – 3 at Ohio Stadium.
“Bring binoculars,” joked Brad Burchfield, adding that if the Hawks reach the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) Div. IV finals this year, the Hawks assistant coaches sitting way up in the press box atop the Shoe will be equipped with high-powered binoculars.
Release: Tickets On-Sale for 2016 Ohio High School Athletic Association State Football Championships at Ohio StadiumSep 22
All-Session Tickets for 2016 State Finals Go On-Sale Friday, September 23 at 10:00 a.m.
RELEASE: Ohio High School Football Coaches Association to Host Annual Clinic in Columbus February 4-7Feb 02
Guest Speakers to Include Division I Football Head Coach Mark Dantonio, NFL Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees Among Others
COLUMBUS (Feb. 2, 2016)– The Ohio High School Football Coaches Association (OHSFCA) will hold their annual football clinic in Columbus at the Hilton Columbus at Easton beginning on Thursday, February 4 through Sunday, February 7. The clinic will bring in over 2,250 high school and college coaches with 59 companies from 17 states hosting exhibit space.
Steve Wartenberg | It was early in the final OHSAA football state championship game of the weekend: The Steubenville Big Red and the Bishop Hartley Hawks at Ohio Stadium for the Div. IV title.
Ohio Stadium Will Host State Football Championships for Second Consecutive Year
All-Session and Single-Game Tickets On-Sale
By Steve Wartenberg | Brooke Brown and Keesha Steedley were a bit awestruck.
“Mike! Mike!” they frantically shouted, holding up their C’Mon Maaan! sign. Mike, as in Golic, of the popular Mike & Mike show, saw them, smiled and headed over to sign their sign.
By Steve Wartenberg | All over Ohio, from Akron to Zanesville and right here in Central Ohio, high school football will take center stage – and stadiums – this weekend as 100,000 or more fans are expected to attend games.
By Steve Wartenberg | Heisman history tends to repeat itself when it comes to the Buckeyes.
And what history tells us is that an Ohio State player should win the coveted trophy this year.