- 28 teams competed in the Ohio High School Athletic Association playoffs for a chance to reach the state championship games in Canton.
- Four state champions from 2022 secured a return trip to Canton: St. Edward (Div I), Toledo Central Catholic (Div III), Glenville (Div IV), and Marion Local (Div VII).
- Several teams, including Archbishop Hoban and Kirtland, are seeking redemption after losing in the state championship game last season.
Ohio high school football playoffs saw 28 teams battling for a spot in the state championship games. Last year’s champs St. Edward, Toledo Central Catholic, Glenville, and Marion Local secured their return to Canton. Archbishop Hoban and Kirtland, last year’s runners-up, also advanced. Exciting matchups await, including St. Edward vs. Springfield in Division I, and Hoban vs. Massillon in Division II. Toledo Central Catholic will take on Bishop Watterson in Division III, while Glenville faces Kettering Archbishop Alter in Division IV. The action continues live on SBLive Ohio.
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