2015 Ohio high school football playoff scores – 1st Round

OHSAA

Division I

Cin. Colerain 53, Dublin Coffman 7

Cin. Elder 50, Fairfield 42

Cin. St. Xavier 28, Gahanna Lincoln 14

Cols. Upper Arlington 27, Pickerington Cent. 17

Euclid 28, Austintown Fitch 7

Hilliard Darby 17, Lancaster 10

Hilliard Davidson 17, Grove City Cent. Crossing 9

Huber Hts. Wayne 56, Reynoldsburg 14

Lakewood St. Edward 20, Cle. Hts. 12

Lewis Center Olentangy 31, Elyria 21

Mentor 41, Can. Glenoak 13

Solon 19, Powell Olentangy Liberty 9

Springboro 42, Mason 21

Stow-Munroe Falls 57, Berea-Midpark 34

Tol. Whitmer 55, Can. McKinley 27

Westerville Cent. 49, Tol. Start 30

Division II

Worthington Kilbourne 15, Uniontown Lake 14
Perrysburg 35, North Ridgeville 0
Massillon Perry 35, Mansfield Senior 0
Tri-Valley 27, Boardman 2
LaSalle 52, Vandalia Butler 14
Mayfield 22, Chardon 10
Avon 49, Medina Highland 20
Kings 35, Teays Valley 7
Licking Heights 27, Wooster 0
Midview 56, Olmsted Falls 35
Hudson 45, Copley 20
Glenville 56, Holland Springfield 28
Turpin 38, Glen Este 7
Warren Harding 31, Madison  20
Lima Senior 44, Miamisburg 42 OT

Division III

Columbus DeSales 56, Chillicothe 7
Watterson 28 Hamilton Twp. 3
Wapakoneta 44, Dayton Belmont 22
Benedictine 41, Bowling Green 14
Tippecanoe 37, Piqua 12
Clyde 21, Perkins 17
Zanesville 13 Beechcroft 7
Toledo CC 37, Rocky River 23
Akron Hoban 35, New Philadelphia 14
Jackson 49 Bexley 14
Louisville 42, Poland 7
Bay 31, Ashland 21
Akron SVSM 49, Canfield 28
Mount Healthy 46, New Richmond 27
Trotwood-Madison 44, Celina 14
West Geauga 35, Buckeye 28 3OT

Division IV

Bellevue 18, Wauseon 0

Cin. Indian Hill 31, Cin. Wyoming 14

Clarksville Clinton-Massie 70, Cin. Taft 14

Cols. Hartley 58, Port Clinton 25

Johnstown-Monroe 35, Byesville Meadowbrook 22

Kettering Alter 52, Reading 17

Mantua Crestwood 42, Cortland Lakeview 21

Middletown Fenwick 14, Hamilton Badin 7

Ottawa-Glandorf 23, Lewistown Indian Lake 15

Parma Hts. Holy Name 50, Perry 43

Peninsula Woodridge 42, Oberlin Firelands 7

Salem 21, Gnadenhutten Indian Valley 6

Spring. Kenton Ridge 33, Plain City Jonathan Alder 28

St. Clairsville 22, Newark Licking Valley 3

Steubenville 40, Wintersville Indian Creek 0

Youngs. Ursuline 13, Chardon NDCL 3

Division V

Coldwater 42, Bethel-Tate 0
Canton Central Catholic 52, Hawken 14
Ridgewood 13, Harrison Central 10
Zane Trace 34 River Valley 0
Milan Edison 49, Galion 28
CHCA 49 North Union 27
Sandy Valley 28, East Palestine 14
Alexander 37, Rock Hill 7
Wheelersburg 38, Ironton 7
Brookville 41, Carlisle 0
Swanton 38, Waynedale 28
LaBrae 42, Grand Valley 7
Greeneview 35, Milton-Union 34
Chippewa 42, Millbury Lake 35
Rossford 36, Norwayne 35
Columbiana Crestview 56, Burton Berkshire 36

Division VI

Bainbridge Paint Valley 21, Newark Cath. 20, OT

Cols. Grandview Hts. 56, Hannibal River 15

Cuyahoga Hts. 28, Columbiana 21

Defiance Tinora 48, Attica Seneca E. 6

Delphos Jefferson 24, Spencerville 10

Delta 21, Bucyrus Wynford 15

Fredericktown 13, Beverly Ft. Frye 0

Kirtland 49, Berlin Center Western Reserve 0

Lisbon David Anderson 39, Brookfield 28

Lucasville Valley 23, Chesapeake 0

Maria Stein Marion Local 48, Casstown Miami E. 23

Mechanicsburg 48, Williamsburg 14

N. Robinson Col. Crawford 42, Defiance Ayersville 10

Smithville 31, Columbia Station Columbia 0

Van Buren 45, Gibsonburg 16

W. Liberty-Salem 21, Cin. Country Day 7

Division VII

Mogadore 63, Jackson-Milton 20
DeGraff Riverside 32, Ada 7
Norwalk St. Paul 28, Monroeville 6
Lehman Catholic 20, Covington 16
Danville 63, South Gallia 0
Caldwell 55, Sciotoville Community 8
Trimble 17, Shadyside 14
Warren JFK 28, Sandusky SMCC 7
Leipsic 35, Arlington 3
Lucas 51,Hilltop 6
Calvert 42, Hicksville 35 2OT
McComb 27, Convoy Crestview 26
Fort Recovery 62, Miami Valley Christian Academy 34
Harvest Prep 21, Belpre 19
Toronto 49, Vienna Mathews 7
Minster 37, Fort Loramie 7

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