Central Catholic Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 12 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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The Blade: Central stunned by Avon in regional championship game

STEVE JUNGA  |  Blade Sports Writer  |  sjunga@theblade.com  |  November 17, 2018 CLYDE — For a dozen games this season, Central Catholic’s football team — with its vaunted defense paving the way — simply was superb. But Friday at Clyde’s Robert Bishop Stadium, things went wrong early, and the second-ranked Fighting Irish could not complete a spirited comeback in a 37-22

The Blade: Central Catholic leads way with 9 all-district choices

STEVE JUNGA  |  Blade Sports Writer  |  November 15, 2018 Central Catholic, Anthony Wayne, Whitmer, Genoa, Lake, and Liberty Center all enjoyed successful football regular seasons that extended into the state playoffs, and each has seen those team achievements reflected in individual honors for Northwest Ohio. The Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association’s 2018 all-district selections include first-team

The Blade: Dempsey living the dream at Central Catholic

DAVID BRIGGS  |  Blade Sports Columnist  |  November 14, 2018 “Patriots will regret hiring Belichick.” — USA Today, 2000. “The Houston Texans will forever regret it if they do not take Johnny Manziel with the No. 1 overall pick.” — Skip Bayless, ESPN, 2014. “One of our big worries going into the year was the defense.” — Greg

The Blade: Central Catholic routs Avon Lake 56-16 to advance

ASHLEY BASTOCK  |  The Blade  |  November 10, 2018 SANDUSKY — As snow began to fall Friday, the Central Catholic offense began to unleash an offensive flurry of their own. The Fighting Irish got rolling late in the first half and routed Avon Lake 56-16 in an Ohio Division II regional semifinal matchup at Firelands Regional Medical Center

The Blade: Central routs St. John’s in playoff opener, 35-0

STEVE JUNGA, Blade Sports Writer, sjunga@theblade.com November 3, 2018 Six days to prepare for another crack at Central Catholic was not enough for visiting St. John’s Jesuit on Friday night, as the second-ranked Fighting Irish moved to 11-0 on the season with a 35-0 victory in a Division II first-round playoff game at Gallagher Stadium. The win