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.
#OHSAA D4 Football: Clyde takes 8:54 off the clock and goes 65 yards in 16 plays topped off by a 4th-and-goal Gunner Golden 1-yard touchdown dive.— Ohio High School Athletic Association (@OHSAASports) December 7, 2019
1:07 left in the second quarter
Clyde – 14
Licking Valley – 7 pic.twitter.com/leC394BDaW
Kirtland has won back-to-back Division V titles. The Hornets beat Ironton 17-7 to complete the school’s second straight perfect season.
Liam Powers kneels out the final seconds and Kirtland is the 2019 D-V state football champion. Hornets defeat Ironton, 17-7. pic.twitter.com/fosAf93UIn— Nate Barnes (@NateBarnes_) December 8, 2019
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.