2019 Ohio Division IV, V, VI and VII high school football championship recaps

marion local high school footballMarion Local ties state record for high school football titles with 11th state championship. Twitter photo by @DonKemper
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The 2019 Ohio Division IV high school football championship goes to Clyde with a 42-14 win over Licking Valley. The win capped an incredible run by the Fliers, who were a 8th seed in the regionals.

Clyde QB Ryan Lozier had a great game, compling 8-of-9 passes for 96 yards and he ran for 84 yards and two touchdowns.

Kirtland has won back-to-back Division V titles. The Hornets beat Ironton 17-7 to complete the school’s second straight perfect season.

Anna thumped New Middletown Springfield 48-14 for the Division VI title.

And, Marion Local is now tied with St. Ignatius for the most all-time high school football championships. The Flyers beat Lucas 28-6 for the 2019 Division VII title. It was Marion Local’s ninth straight state championship game and 14th overall.

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