The 5-3 Ashland Arrow football team has put themselves back in the OHSAA playoff hunt by winning four out of their last five games, the latest a 42-7 win over the Clear Fork Colts. Heading into week nine the Arrows sit fourth in Region five of Division II and need to win out to assure themselves of a trip to the post season and possibly a home game in week one of the playoffs.
For a second consecutive year, Clear Fork and Ontario will decide the Division II Ashland district title in girls soccer.
Here are the area teams that are ranked in the top eight of their computer region with a shot at advancing to OHSAA post season play in football.
A playoff chase didn't appear to be in the cards for Madison this season, after the squad followed up a dominate 2-0 start with three consecutive losses. The Rams have sense played themselves back into postseason contention however, by putting together a three game winning streak in league play.
Local mixed martial arts promoter, Revelation Fight Organization, put on an exciting show with a stacked card at Big Guns 14. Hundreds packed into Fairhaven Hall at the Richland County Fairgrounds on Saturday night, to see some of the top local fighters put their skills on display.
The 9th ranked Madison volleyball team advanced to district semi-final play in Division II on Saturday evening by downing the Edison Chargers in three games by scores of 25-20, 25-18 and 25-11. For the Rams Mekaila Grose had 17 kills, Kamilla Brown 12.