(11-21-21) The computer point system that the OHSAA is using to determine playoff teams and seedings seems to have done its job this year. With 11 #1 seeds qualifying in the final 28 teams (39%).

Seeds left in the FINAL 28

  • #1-11
  • #2-4
  • #3-6
  • #4-3
  • #5-2
  • #7-2

Seeds in each division

  • D I – #1-3, #2-1
  • D II – #2-1, #3-1, #7-2
  • D III – #1-3, #2-1
  • D IV – #1-1, #3-1, #4-2
  • D V – #1-1, #2-1, #5-2
  • D VI – #3-3, #4-1
  • D VII #1-3, #3-1

Three divisions have 3 #1 seeds, D I, D III and D VII.Two divisions did not have a #1 make it into the Final Four, D II and D VI. Two #7 seeds will be playing this weekend, both in D II. Only four schools

This year during the first week of the playoffs a #16 seed knocked off a #1 seed, we will have to wait another year for a #9 or lower seed to make it to a semi-state game for the first time.

Seeds remaining in the FINAL 28 – STATE SEMI-STATE:

Thanks to WOSN TV – You Tube Videos

Division I
(1) St. Edward vs. (1) Upper Arlington
(1) Moeller vs. (2) Springfield

Division II
(3) Hoban vs. (2) Avon
(7) Green vs. (7) Cincinnati Winton Woods

Division III
(1) Chardon vs. (2) West Holmes
(1) Granville vs. (1) Badin

Division IV
(3) Ursuline vs. (4) Port Clinton
(1) Bloom-Carroll vs. (4) Clinton-Massie

Division V
(1) Kirtland vs. (5) Ottawa-Glandorf
(2) Harvest Preparatory vs. (5) Versailles at London High School

Division VI
(3) New Middletown Springfield vs. (3) Carey
(3) West Jefferson vs. (4) Coldwater at Piqua’s Alexander Stadium

Division VII
(3) Warren JFK vs. (1) Newark Catholic
(1) Hopewell-Loudon vs. (1) Marion Local at Lima Stadium