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COLUMBUS  Familiar foes await Stark County's two remaining high school football teams in the state playoffs. Central Catholic and Perry both will face rematches of games they won a year ago in the state semifinals.

CANTON  Jackson High School senior receiver-defensive back Dillon Dingler was selected the WHBC Stark County MVP-Player of the Year, which was announced Thursday during the 72nd annual

Four seniors who helped their teams reach the state playoffs and a veteran coach who engineered an impressive turnaround earned top honors on the 2016 Associated Press All-Northeast Inland District football teams, representing an eight-county area.

Marlington swept the top Northeastern Buckeye Conference football honors. The Dukes went 10-0 in the regular season and won the NBC outright by going 7-0 this season.

COLUMBUS  The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Sunday the football regional semifinal pairings and sites for the second round of the playoffs.

The Ohio High School Athletic Association released the pairings for the football state playoffs earlier today. Here's a look at the matchups involving area teams, broken down by day:


All games start at 7:30

Division I

Jackson at St. Ignatius

McKinley at Stow

Perry (7-2, 4-1) at GlenOak (6-3, 4-1)

WHEN 7 p.m., Friday

LAST WEEK Perry 7, McKinley 6; GlenOak 35, Lake 28