SBAAC standings, schedules, leaders, playoff rankings


As we enter Week 8 of the high school football season, here is a look at the SBAAC American and National division standings, schedules, playoff status and leaders.


American Division


Western Brown^2-0^6-1


New Richmond^1-1^6-1




National Division





East Clinton^0-1^2-5

Clermont NE^0-2^2-5


There are 16 teams in each of the 28 regions who will make the playoffs. The top eight will host a game in Week 11. Here’s where the SBAAC teams stack up through seven weeks with their current rankings and potential first-round matchup based solely on this week’s rankings.

D3 Region 12: (2) Western Brown; (7) New Richmond; (16) Wilmington; (22) Goshen. As it stands now, Western Brown would host Hillsboro, New Richmond would host Tecumseh and Wilmington would face No. 1 seed Badin in the opening round. If they could win out, WHS would likely host a playoff game.

D4 Region 16: (14) Bethel-Tate; (20) Clinton-Massie; (24) Batavia. Bethel-Tate matches up with Fenwick while Clinton-Massie misses the post-season for the first time since 2001. The Falcons, however, could keep that string alive with three wins but unless somebody else knocks off Western Brown from here on out they may not make it.

D5 Region 20: (11) Blanchester; (15) Clermont Northeastern; (20) East Clinton. The Wildcats would play at Brookville in the opening round if things stay the way they are but an 8-2 finish could land Blanchester a home game. The Rockets would travel to Springfield Northeastern.

D6 Region 24: (5) Williamsburg. WHS would host Deer Park in Week 11 as it stands now.


Passing (yards): Drew Novak, WB, 2,293; AJ Metzger, NR, 1,825; Cam Snider, BT, 1,312; JJ Miller, Wbg, 1,068

Rushing (per game/total yards): Michael Mulvihill, BL, 139.5/837; Thad Stuckey, WIL, 128.4/899; Caydn Denniston, WIL, 117.3/821; Jake Mott, CNE, 105.9/741; Brody Clutter, CM, 95.7/574

Receiving (yards): Matthew Frye, WB, 871; Max Mehlman, Bat, 706; Isaiah Smith, WB, 653; Cooper Tidball, NR, 524

Scoring (total): Zach Chisman, WB, 102; Michael Mulvihill, BL, 82; Laurence Smith, NR, 78; Jake Mott, CNE, 74; Bryce Sipple, BL, 72

All-Purpose (total yards): Zach Chisman, WB, 1,108; Dameon Williams, EC, 1,033; Matt Frye, WB, 996; Logan Chesser, CM, 930; Thad Stuckey, WIL, 899

Kicking: Jonathan Custis, WIL, 28; Ean McGuinness, CM, 28; Camdyn Cunningham, WB, 28

Punting: Conner Yeager, CNE, 43.3; Trent Dunaway, NR, 43.1; Trystan Gries, Wbg, 39.5

Tackles: Jack Moore, NR, 104; Nolan Darnell, BT, 75; Chase Pickard, WIL, 73; Josh Snell, WIL, 65; Andrew McIntosh, CNE, 60; Gavan Hunter, CM, 59; Adran Baker, EC, 55

Tackles for loss: Darrick Perdue, WIL, 16; Malachi Cumberland, WIL, 10.5; Luke Achtermann, WIL, 8; Josh Snell, WIL, 8; Tristan Malone, BL, 7; Sebastian Smith, BL, 5

Interceptions: CJ Boothby, CNE, 6; Quentin Collins, WB, 3; Tyler Kilgore, GO, 3; Bryce Lillie, Wbg, 3; Luke Achtermann, WIL, 3

Fumble recoveries: Austin Huff, WB, 4; Bryson Schutte, WIL, 3; Luke Achtermann, WIL, 2; Dustin Trace, BL, 2; Josh Snell, WIL, 2

Sacks: Talon Armacost, BT, 11.5; Nolan Darnell, BT, 9.5; Luke Achtermann, WIL, 6; Josh Snell, WIL, 5; Tristan Malone, BL, 5; Darrick Perdue, WIL, 4.5

By Mark Huber

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Reach Mark Huber at 937-556-5765, via email [email protected] or on Twitter @wnjsports

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