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Scores of Interest

Game Score
Marion Local 34
Dayton C-J 14
 
Ft. Recovery 21
Lehman Catholic 20
 
Versailles 13
Celina 7
   
Anna 28
Arlington 0
   
Delphos St. Johns 27
Bath 28
   
New Bremen 37
Bradford 13
   
Minster 26 OT
Ft. Loramie 20
   
St. Henry 13
Covington 27

2016 Schedule

 
 
School   Date Score
@Kenton 7:00 8/26 58-39
@Delphos Jefferson 7:00 9/2
@Marion Local 7:30 9/9
Fort Recovery 7:30 9/16
@St. Henry 7:30 9/23
Parkway 7:30 9/30
@Minster 7:30 10/7
Versailles 7:30 10/14
@Anna 7:30 10/21
Delphos SJ 7:30 10/28

Final 2015 MAC Standings

School MAC OA
Coldwater 8-0 15-0
Marion Local 7-1 13-2
Ft. Recovery 6-2 13-2
Minster 6-2 10-3
St. Henry 4-4 6-4
Versailles 3-5 3-7
Anna 3-5 3-7
Parkway 2-6 2-8
Delphos St. Johns 1-7 1-9
New Bremen 0-8 1-9

 

CAV FACTS
Location: Coldwater, OH
Nickname: Cavaliers
Colors: Orange and Black
Conference: Midwest Athletic Conference
Enrollment: 173 boys
Football: Division V
Head Coach: Chip Otten
Years at school as Head Coach: 5
Record at school: 79 - 11
School State Titles: 5, ( 2005, 2007, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015)
School State Runners-Up: 5 (1998, 2000, 2009, 2010, 2011)
Overall School Record  551 - 265 - 21
MAC Record  233 - 64 - 2

2016 Media Guide has been updated, just click on the link.
Yearbooks have been updated and loaded. These were compiled by and put together by Chris Cron.
They cover years 2004 to 2015. Thanks Chris for all the hard work to put these together.
Click on the Yearbook tab above to see the selection.

OHSAA Sanctions Massillon Washington for Football Recruiting Violations  

Coaching staff and others improperly influenced students to transfer; one student declared ineligible for 2016-17
 
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association has concluded its investigation into Massillon Washington High School’s football program and determined several sanctions will be assessed for recruiting violations, OHSAA Interim Commissioner Dave Gray has announced.
 
The investigation involved several student-athletes who were recruited to attend Massillon Washington by its head football coach, Nate Moore, along with other Massillon Washington assistant football coaches and boosters. In addition to public reprimand, the penalties include a $5,000 fine, probation for three years and the suspension of Coach Moore from coaching the team during the 2016 postseason playoffs if the team qualifies.
The OHSAA does not release names of student-athletes, but one of the student-athletes has been declared ineligible for the entire 2016-17 school year due to recruiting, while another student-athlete is ineligible for the first half of the 2016 football season due to not meeting an exception to the transfer bylaw.
“The OHSAA and our member schools take the recruiting bylaws very seriously,” Dave Gray, OHSAA Interim Commissioner, said. “This is an opportunity for Massillon Washington to learn from its mistakes and take a leadership role as one of Ohio’s most historically successful football programs. If further violations occur while the school is on probation, the school’s membership in the OHSAA is in jeopardy.”
Among various violations of the OHSAA’s recruiting bylaws were many instances of violations to Bylaw 4-9-4, No. 8, which reads “If a coach leaves a school to pursue a coaching opportunity at another school, the coach shall refrain from any communication with any students at his or her former school.” Coach Moore and others with Washington High School regularly communicated with and visited a student-athlete who was attending Coach Moore’s previous school and provided extra benefits such as travel to summer camps.
The violations began in the fall of 2015 when Moore took over as the head coach at Massillon Washington. Representatives of the school and football program met with the OHSAA in May to respond to the allegations of recruiting.

Football Notes and Practice Guidelines

Practice During the Season (after the first regular‐season game):
1. Consider limiting full‐contact on consecutive days.
2. A student‐athlete is limited to 30 minutes of full contact in practice per day.
3. A student‐athlete is limited to 60 minutes of full contact in practice per week.
4. A student‐athlete can be involved in full contact in a maximum of two practices in a seven‐day span.
Original Press Release: http://www.ohsaa.org/news/20150713OHSAAModifiesFootballPracticeGuidelines.pdf

Football Season and Playoff Notes

     Football regions and playoff format: http://www.ohsaa.org/news/sports/20160608football.pdf
     Regional playoff maps: http://www.ohsaa.org/sports/ft/boys/2016/RegionalMaps.pdf
     Associated Press Weekly Polls: begin September 12
     Associated Press Weekly Notebooks: begin September 14
     Weekly Computer Ratings: begin September 20
     Regular-Season Ends Oct. 29. Final computer points and playoff qualifiers posted Oct. 30

Playoff Schedule

During the playoffs, Divisions I, II, IV and VI will play on Friday nights at 7:30 p.m., while Divisions III, V and VII will play Saturday nights at 7 p.m.
     November 4 & 5 – Regional Quarterfinals
     November 11 & 12 – Regional Semifinals
     November 18 & 19 – Regional Finals
     November 25 & 26 – State Semifinals
     December 1-3 – State Finals, Ohio Stadium - Columbus

 

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