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Clinton-Massie and Blanchester earned post-season berths and will continue their football seasons Saturday night. The Falcons, 9-1, will host Germantown Valley View (8-2) in a Division IV regional quarterfinal game at Frank Irelan Field. Massie is the 2 seed while the Spartans are the 7 seed. Blanchester (6-4) will travel to Stargel Stadium in Cincinnati to meet Taft (9-1) in a Division V playoff matchup. The ‘Cats are the 8 seed while the Senators are the 1 seed. Both games are scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday kickoffs. The Falcons are in the playoffs for the 18th consecutive seasons. The Wildcats are making their first playoff appearance since 2016. In the photo, Clinton-Massie and Blanchester renewed the Cider Keg rivalry in Week 4 this season with the Falcons coming out on top 38-3.

Clinton-Massie and Blanchester earned post-season berths and will continue their football seasons Saturday night. The Falcons, 9-1, will host Germantown Valley View (8-2) in a Division IV regional quarterfinal game at Frank Irelan Field. Massie is the 2 seed while the Spartans are the 7 seed. Blanchester (6-4) will travel to Stargel Stadium in Cincinnati to meet Taft (9-1) in a Division V playoff matchup. The ‘Cats are the 8 seed while the Senators are the 1 seed. Both games are scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday kickoffs. The Falcons are in the playoffs for the 18th consecutive seasons. The Wildcats are making their first playoff appearance since 2016. In the photo, Clinton-Massie and Blanchester renewed the Cider Keg rivalry in Week 4 this season with the Falcons coming out on top 38-3.


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Clinton-Massie and Blanchester earned post-season berths and will continue their football seasons Saturday night. The Falcons, 9-1, will host Germantown Valley View (8-2) in a Division IV regional quarterfinal game at Frank Irelan Field. Massie is the 2 seed while the Spartans are the 7 seed. Blanchester (6-4) will travel to Stargel Stadium in Cincinnati to meet Taft (9-1) in a Division V playoff matchup. The ‘Cats are the 8 seed while the Senators are the 1 seed. Both games are scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday kickoffs. The Falcons are in the playoffs for the 18th consecutive seasons. The Wildcats are making their first playoff appearance since 2016. In the photo, Clinton-Massie and Blanchester renewed the Cider Keg rivalry in Week 4 this season with the Falcons coming out on top 38-3.

Clinton-Massie and Blanchester earned post-season berths and will continue their football seasons Saturday night. The Falcons, 9-1, will host Germantown Valley View (8-2) in a Division IV regional quarterfinal game at Frank Irelan Field. Massie is the 2 seed while the Spartans are the 7 seed. Blanchester (6-4) will travel to Stargel Stadium in Cincinnati to meet Taft (9-1) in a Division V playoff matchup. The ‘Cats are the 8 seed while the Senators are the 1 seed. Both games are scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday kickoffs. The Falcons are in the playoffs for the 18th consecutive seasons. The Wildcats are making their first playoff appearance since 2016. In the photo, Clinton-Massie and Blanchester renewed the Cider Keg rivalry in Week 4 this season with the Falcons coming out on top 38-3.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/11/web1_FB4_Conover2_ag.jpgClinton-Massie and Blanchester earned post-season berths and will continue their football seasons Saturday night. The Falcons, 9-1, will host Germantown Valley View (8-2) in a Division IV regional quarterfinal game at Frank Irelan Field. Massie is the 2 seed while the Spartans are the 7 seed. Blanchester (6-4) will travel to Stargel Stadium in Cincinnati to meet Taft (9-1) in a Division V playoff matchup. The ‘Cats are the 8 seed while the Senators are the 1 seed. Both games are scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday kickoffs. The Falcons are in the playoffs for the 18th consecutive seasons. The Wildcats are making their first playoff appearance since 2016. In the photo, Clinton-Massie and Blanchester renewed the Cider Keg rivalry in Week 4 this season with the Falcons coming out on top 38-3. April Garrett | News Journal