Indiana high school football: IHSAA sectional final playoff schedule, stats, brackets, scores & more
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Indiana high school football sectional final playoff game schedule and scores (live and final), computer rankings, statewide stat leaders and postseason brackets.
In what is shaping up to be another exciting playoff season, the best high school football teams in Indiana hit the gridiron on Friday for a chance to take home District titles.
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A big crosstown rivalry is renewed in Division 5 as the Cougars, who have not lost since 2018, meet the Falcons on Friday night. After posting their third shutout of the season in their pre-District contest against Belding, GRCC look to stay on track for another state title.
The Falcons one defeat during the regular season came when they lost to a strong Unity Christian squad. That was only the second time that West Catholic was held under 40 points this season. Like their Catholic school rivals, they also won their opening round game 42-0, beat longtime rival Comstock Park.
This will be the 52nd all-time between the two schools, with the Cougars going 30-19-2 against the Falcons.
Romeo is showing why they are going to be a tough in the Division 1 bracket. After an 8-1 regular season, the Bulldogs took care of Utica with ease in their first round matchup, 49-7. It marked only the fourth time Romeo scored over 40 points, but the win saw them hold their opponents to single-digits.
After starting the season with a mediocre 2-3 record, Dakota has gone on a tear, and heads into Friday night on a five-game win streak. Like Romeo, they have stymied their opposing team’s offense posting their second shutout in three in weeks in their win over Anchor Bay last Friday.
Some were initially looking at Fordson to be underdogs heading into this Division 1 matchup, but after their dramatic overtime win last week against Detroit Cass Tech, the Tractors are trying to show they are for real. They have shown that they can win tight games, with their 38-33 win over Livonia Churchill earlier this season being a prime example.
Outside of a loss to Girbraltar in their last game of the regular season, Woodhaven has looked strong this season. With a defense that has held the other team scoreless four times, and an offense that is detined to rebound after only scoring eight points against Dearborn last week, this is shaping up to be quite the matchup.
The quarterfinal round of the football postseason is usually a ho-hum experience. The top seeds are rarely tested as 111 of 112 top seeds since 2004 have advanced.
The only eighth-seeded team to oust the top dog was West Babylon in 2012. The Eagles upset top-seeded West Islip, 20-19, in a Suffolk Division II quarterfinal.
So, there is a glimmer of hope for those programs that grabbed an eighth seed. Riverhead, which hadn’t played a varsity game in two years, came back in style in this fall season. The Blue Waves finished 4-4 and earned the eighth seed with a thrilling 20-12 win over Sachem East in last week’s regular-season finale.
They’ll meet No. 1 Whitman, one of only five undefeated teams left on Long Island, in a Suffolk Division I quarterfinal.
The opening round of the postseason is not without some exciting matchups. The two that really stick out will play out on Saturday. Both matchups needed overtime to determine a winner in the regular-season meeting.
In Nassau Conference III, No. 5 Floral Park travels to No. 4 South Side at 3 p.m. on Saturday.
South Side won the first meeting in Week 6 when Nick Papadopoulos kicked the PAT in double overtime to give the Cyclones a thrilling 34-33 win. This is the first time they’ll meet in the playoffs.