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State Finals Coverage

Unread postby swerb » Mon Nov 30, 2009 1:49 pm

SPORTSTIME OHIO ANNOUNCES OHSAA FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP COVERAGE

Three HS football games to be televised in High Definition for the 2nd consecutive year

SportsTime Ohio’s OHSAA football coverage concludes this week with the State Championship games. STO will televise all six (6) division state championship games live starting Friday December 4, 2009. Matt Underwood, Al Pawlowski, Greg Frey, Andre Knott, Mike Cairns, LeCharles Bentley, Frank Stams, Jerry Rudzinski, Jim Rosenhaus and Katie Witham will all be involved providing play-by-play, color commentary, and sideline reports. In addition, Dave Bacon, Ryan Cavanaugh and Jim Isabella, the ‘Principal of High School Sports’ will be in the STO studio providing updates and halftime programming.

For the second year in a row, STO will televise 3 of the championship games in High Definition. A second HD truck is not available to do all 6 games, but STO is pleased to broadcast Divisions I, IV, and V in HD.

STO’s “High School Football Championship Preview” with Mike Cairns, Greg Frey, and Jim Isabella will preview all six match ups this weekend and can be seen Monday 11/30 at 6:00pm and again Wednesday 12/2 at 10:00pm.

In addition, STO will carry the Mount Union Football Playoff game once again this weekend. The Purple Raiders defeated Montclair State 62-14 to advance to the National Quarterfinal game against Albright College, which will air on STO Saturday night at 10:00pm.

For more programming information visit www.sportstimeohio.com
OHSAA Football Championship Game Schedule:
FRIDAY 12/4/09
• LIVE 11:00AM Div III Championship Game: Youngstown Cardinal Mooney vs. Columbus St. Francis DeSales
• LIVE 3:00PM Div V Championship Game: Youngstown Ursuline vs. Coldwater (HD)
• LIVE 7:00PM Div II Championship Game: Maple Heights vs. Cincinnati Winton Woods
SATURDAY 12/5/09
• LIVE 11:00AM Div IV Championship Game: Chagrin Falls vs. Kettering Archbishop Alter (HD)
• LIVE 3:00PM Div VI Championship Game: Norwalk St. Paul vs. Delphos St. John
• LIVE 7:00PM Div I Championship Game: Cleveland Glenville vs. Hilliard Davidson (HD)
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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby Stolliosis » Mon Nov 30, 2009 3:01 pm

• LIVE 3:00PM Div VI Championship Game: Norwalk St. Paul vs. Delphos St. John


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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby Team Wiita » Fri Dec 04, 2009 10:21 am

2009 State Championship Games Dec 4th & 5th

All twelve teams involved in this weekend’s state championship games have agreed to wear “KW32” helmet stickers to honor the (Medina) Highland Hornets player Kory Wiita. These stickers simply reflect Kory’s initials and jersey number, but stand for so much more when it comes to these games this weekend. Kory is the 17-year-old senior (Medina) Highland Hornets player that was severely injured on senior night in the last regular season game of this year. On a tackle in the third quarter special team’s play, Kory fractured three levels of his cervical spine and is currently paralyzed from the chest down.

To Learn More:
For more information about Kory Wiita’s story, updates regarding his condition and ways you might be able to contribute. Please go to http://www.korywiita.org
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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby peeker643 » Fri Dec 04, 2009 10:58 am

Team Wiita wrote:2009 State Championship Games Dec 4th & 5th

All twelve teams involved in this weekend’s state championship games have agreed to wear “KW32” helmet stickers to honor the (Medina) Highland Hornets player Kory Wiita. These stickers simply reflect Kory’s initials and jersey number, but stand for so much more when it comes to these games this weekend. Kory is the 17-year-old senior (Medina) Highland Hornets player that was severely injured on senior night in the last regular season game of this year. On a tackle in the third quarter special team’s play, Kory fractured three levels of his cervical spine and is currently paralyzed from the chest down.

To Learn More:
For more information about Kory Wiita’s story, updates regarding his condition and ways you might be able to contribute. Please go to http://www.korywiita.org
http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/korywiita



Thoughts and well wishes to Team Wiita. Nice to see all 12 teams get on board and show support. Dudes here with Twitter or Faceboook could do far worse than post a link to that site.

Been on vacation since Thanksgiving. Great food and family that day, big wedding Friday, killed a really nice buck on Monday and wrap it all up this weekend with some late morning championship high school football and games throughout the weekend.

While I make some venison summer sausage and jerky, etc.

Love March Madness for hoops and the start of baseball, but this weekend and time of year is slightly ahead of it for me.
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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby peeker643 » Fri Dec 04, 2009 1:06 pm

Mooney dominating DeSales at the half, 21-0.
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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby bustedknuckles » Fri Dec 04, 2009 1:14 pm

Play by Mooney's punter was huge or this could be a 7-7 game at half.

With that said, I don't see DeSales making much of a threat in the 2nd half. Mooney is too stout up front on O and D lines for them.

Also, two things on Braylon Heard: 1) how was he not Mr Football and 2) how did OSU let him get away. Dude is amazing and could've been a Teddy Ginn/Chris Gamble type recruit.
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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby peeker643 » Fri Dec 04, 2009 2:08 pm

bustedknuckles wrote:Play by Mooney's punter was huge or this could be a 7-7 game at half.

With that said, I don't see DeSales making much of a threat in the 2nd half. Mooney is too stout up front on O and D lines for them.

Also, two things on Braylon Heard: 1) how was he not Mr Football and 2) how did OSU let him get away. Dude is amazing and could've been a Teddy Ginn/Chris Gamble type recruit.



Today he has about 170 yards rushing, couple of rushing TDs, a TD pass and an interception. He's having a nice month this afternoon in a state title game.

35-0 with 6 minutes left.
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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby bustedknuckles » Fri Dec 04, 2009 3:39 pm

Ursuline vs. Coldwater should be more interesting and back and forth than the Mooney/DeSales game. Their championship game in 2000 was a classic. Coldwater will give them a stiff test, but I think the Irish will make it 2 for 2 for the Ytown parochials this afternoon. I'm excited to see Coldwater's QB though...he'll give Ursuline some problems.
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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby peeker643 » Fri Dec 04, 2009 6:53 pm

Ursuline just owned and dominated the 4th quarter. Close game heading into it and then Coldwater got sucker punched right in the back of the head.

Back-to-back for the Irish.

Big day in Y Town.
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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby Stolliosis » Sat Dec 05, 2009 6:29 pm

St. Paul!!

Great 99-yard drive in the 4th to win their first state title.
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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby peeker643 » Sat Dec 05, 2009 6:35 pm

Stolliosis wrote:St. Paul!!

Great 99-yard drive in the 4th to win their first state title.


Great finish. 99 yards in front of them with 3 minutes left. Can't believe they didn't roll that kid out on the goal line so he could throw the ball away and have another play though. Big gamble.

4th and 3 pass from midfield gets 35 yards. Season on the line that entire drive.

Onto the Big School final.
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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby FUDU » Sun Dec 06, 2009 5:34 am

If Tedd Ginn Sr isn't the worst HS coach I don't know who could be.

Dude is a jackass beyond belief, and I personally am good with it.

Congrats to the state champs, especially considering they played 1946 Cleveland Browns football in 2009.
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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby peeker643 » Sun Dec 06, 2009 11:09 am

FUDU wrote:Congrats to the state champs, especially considering they played 1946 Cleveland Browns football in 2009.


Still way better and more effective than playing 2009 Cleveland Browns football in 2009.

Oh, look at this pussy crying cause they lost: ;-) ;) :wink:

In fact, go here and there's a whole slide show of pussies and babies crying about a loss: http://highschoolsports.cleveland.com/n ... all-final/ :hide:

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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby fundamentals » Mon Dec 07, 2009 11:12 am

FUDU wrote:If Tedd Ginn Sr isn't the worst HS coach I don't know who could be.

Dude is a jackass beyond belief, and I personally am good with it.

Congrats to the state champs, especially considering they played 1946 Cleveland Browns football in 2009.


You can criticize Ginn but if they had guys who could catch the ball at the end of the game, it was over. The QB is a player.
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Re: State Finals Coverage

Unread postby peeker643 » Mon Dec 07, 2009 11:15 am

Bottom line, thought having all the finals on STO went very well and it was a good time watching those games.

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