LaSalle High School quarterback Zach Branam highlights
Watch the first team All-GCL selection in action in the Division II state final last season.
Ranked the fourth toughest high school football league in the country
last year by MaxPreps, the Greater Catholic League South Division has a storied history in Ohio and nationally that spans decades. Elder, LaSalle, Moeller and St. Xavier have combined to win 18 OHSAA state titles. Every school has at least two state championships. Moeller has nine. LaSalle has four in the last six years.
Heading into the 2020 season, here is a look at each school's schedule. All are annually among the nation's toughest slates.
Elder (Cincinnati) - 12-3, Division I State Runner-UpOpener:
8/28 vs Lincoln (Gahanna)Closer:
10/30 vs LaSalle
La Salle (Cincinnati) - 13-2, Division II State ChampionOpener:
8/28 @ Lakota West (West Chester)Closer:
10/30 @ ElderIn Between:
The Lancers only have four home games to-date and will travel to Winton Woods (Cincinnati)
and Dunbar (Dayton)
Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati) - 2-8Opener:
8/28 @ MiddletownCloser:
10/31 vs Riverside Academy (Canada)In Between:
A five-week gauntlet of St. Xavier, LaSalle, Elder, St. Ignatius (Cleveland)
and St. Edward (Lakewood)
looms in Weeks 5-9.
St. Xavier (Cincinnati) - 9-3, Division I Regional SemifinalistOpener:
8/28 @ Brownsburg (Ind.)Closer:
10/30 vs St. Xavier (Louisville, Ky.)