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Senior running back and Northwestern recruit helped La Salle win the Division II state title.
The 48th annual Ohio high school football state championships concluded Saturday at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton.
La Salle (13-2), making its fourth finals appearance in six years, became the 18th team in Ohio history to claim four or more state titles with a 34-17 win over previously undefeated Massillon Washington (14-1) on Thursday in the Division II state championship.
In Friday's first final, Anna (14-1) captured its first state football title with a 48-14 win over previously unbeaten New Middletown Springfield (14-1) in the Division VI championship.
In Division III, Trotwood-Madison (12-3) won its third title (all since 2011) with a 14-7 overtime victory over Mansfield Senior (13-2). The Rams are the fourth team in state history to win a title as a seventh seed.
In the nightcap Friday, No. 19 Pickerington Central (14-1) downed No. 21 Elder (12-3) 21-14 in a meeting of nationally ranked teams. It's the Tigers second big school championship in three years.
In Saturday's opener, Marion Local (13-2) tied Cleveland St. Ignatius for the most football titles in Ohio history with its 11th. The Flyers beat Lucas 28-6 in the D-VII final. Marion Local was playing in its 14th state final since 2000 and ninth straight. Lucas (13-2) was playing in its first state championship. The victory gives the Midwest Athletic Conference 35 football state titles and 136 state titles regardless of sport.
In Division IV Clyde (11-4) became the second eighth seed in state history to win a state championship with a 42-14 win over Licking Valley.
In Division V, Kirtland (15-0) capped an undefeated season with a 17-7 win over Ironton. It was the Hornets fifth title in eight tries (all since 2011).
Ohio Division I Full bracket can be found here - 2019 Ohio High School Football Playoff Brackets: OHSAA Division I
Champions in 2018 were St. Edward (Division I), Archbishop Hoban (Division II), Kenston (Division III), Wyoming (Division IV), Orrville (Division V), Kirtland (Division VI) and McComb (Division VII).