SBAAC standings, schedule, playoffs, leaders going to Week 10


The final week of the 2022 high school football season is here. Plenty to play for among SBAAC teams and several already have earned a game in Week 11.

Here is a look at the league standings, rankings and statistics as the Week 10 rivalry week nears.


American Division


Western Brown^4-0^8-1



New Richmond^1-3^6-3



National Division





Clermont NE^1-2^3-6

East Clinton^0-3^2-7

Last Week Results

Clinton-Massie 42, New Richmond 21

Western Brown 32, Wilmington 14

Tri-Village 43, Blanchester 0

Clermont NE 50, East Clinton 22

Goshen 56, Batavia 19

Williamsburg 14, Bethel-Tate 9

This Week’s Games

Wilmington at Clinton-Massie

Blanchester at East Clinton

Western Brown at Batavia

Dohn Academy at Bethel-Tate

Williamsburg at Clermont NE

New Richmond at Goshen


Using information from two websites ( and, here is what the post-season looks like for the SBAAC.

Div III Region 12: Western Brown is in and assured of two home games with a win in Week 11 with the most likely seeding No. 2 behind Hamilton Badin. Wilmington is in and seeded anywhere from 9-14. New Richmond also is in with a chance at a home game in Week 11 if things fall right. Most likely first round matches are Wilmington at Wapakoneta, New Richmond at Monroe and Mount Healthy at Western Brown.

Div IV Region 16: Clinton-Massie hasn’t yet been guaranteed a post-season berth but the Falcons are good to go with a win over Wilmington. In fact, CM could get as high as a 6 seed if things fall right. One site has Bethel-Tate out, another has the Tigers still with hope.

Div V Region 20: Blanchester is in and not much is likely change win or lose Friday at East Clinton. The Wildcats can host a game either way, with a most likely first round matchup against Purcell-Marian. East Clinton must win against Blanchester to have a shot, but have not been eliminated. Clermont Northeastern is clinging to the playoffs, but even a win over Williamsburg this week won’t assure the Rockets of Week 11.

Div VI Region 24: Williamsburg is in with a chance still at hosting two games, with a win in Week 11. The most likely scenario for WHS is hosting Deer Park in the first round. WHS could finish as high as a No. 2 seed in the region, which would be huge.


Touchdowns: Zack Chisman (WB) 20, Michael Mulvihill (BL) 17, Thad Stuckey (WHS) 13, Bryce Sipple (BL) 13, Jake Mott (CNE) 13. Also, Dameon Williams (EC) 10, Brody Clutter (CM) 10.

Passing: Drew Novak (WB) 3,066 yards, 28 TD; AJ Metzger (NR) 2,189 yards, 28 TD; JJ Miller (Wbg) 1,769 yards, 27 TD. Also, Michael Mulvihill (BL) 976 yards, 10 TD

Rushing: Thad Stuckey (WIL) 1,358; Michael Mulvihill (BL) 1006; Jake Mott (CNE) 982; Cadyn Denniston (WIL) 949. Also, Dameon Williams (EC) 790, Brody Clutter (CM) 770, Logan Chesser (CM) 764, Glenn Peacock (EC) 756

Receiving: Matthew Frye (WB) 49-1025-12; Isaiah Smith (WB) 35-801-6; Max Mehlman (Bat) 38-792-3. Also, Bryce Sipple (BL) 24-419-8

Tackles: Jack Moore (NR) 141, Chase Pickard (WIL) 107, Nolan Darnell (BT) 97, Josh Snell (WIL) 93, Michael Mulvihill (BL) 78, Gavan Hunter (CM) 78. Also, Adran Baker (EC) 76, Luke Achtermann (WIL) 67, Darrick Perdue (WIL) 56, Glenn Peacock (EC) 55

Tackles For Loss: Darrick Perdue (WIL) 19.5, Luke Achtermann (WIL) 12, Malachi Cumberland (WIL) 11, Josh Snell (WIL) 9, Tristan Malone (BL) 9, Chasen Allison (BL) 7, Michael Mulvihill (BL) 6, Chase Pickard (WIL) 5.5, Denver Day (EC) 5, Sebastian Smith (BL) 5, Elijah Groh (CM) 5.

Interceptions: CJ Boothby (CNE) 6, Ty Kilgore (Go) 4, Also, Brady Russell (CM) 3, Michael Brown (WIL) 3, Miles Theetge (CM) 3, Luke Achtermann (WIL) 3, Glenn Peacock (EC) 2, Sammy Roush (BL) 2, Jonathan Custis (WIL) 2

Fumble Recoveries: Austin Huff (WB) 5, Josh Snell (WIL) 3, Bryson Schutte (WIL) 3, Dustin Trace (BL) 2, Luke Achtermann (WIL) 2, O’Ryan Keith (WIL) 2

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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