Dover Tornadoes Team News

Malvern and Dover both know where they will be playing next week and New Philadelphia’s Woody Hayes Quaker Stadium will host a pair of playoff games as the regional high school football semifinal sites were announced on Sunday.

Division III, Region 11 quarterfinal

SITE  Harding Stadium, Saturday, 7 p.m.

RECORDS  Dover 8-2, Steubenville 8-2

LAST WEEK  Dover 43, New Philadelphia 7; Steubenville 36, Cardinal O’Hara (N.Y.) 0

Official word comes Sunday from the Ohio High School Athletic Association on who made the state football playoffs and how they will match up.

But until then, joeeitel.com is the website all high school football coaches, players and fans are descending upon. And the Minerva Lions liked what they saw there Saturday night.

Dover did it again.

And was dominant in doing so.

Dover coach Dan Ifft was not happy with the way his scout team was playing against the first-string defense Tuesday night.

He expects more from them in practice.

TIME 7:30 p.m., Friday

SITE  Woody Hayes Quaker Stadium

RECORDS  Dover 7-2, 5-0; New Philadelphia 4-5, 3-2

LAST WEEK  Dover 42, Coshocton 9; New Philadelphia 27, John Glenn 6

LAST MEETING  Dover won, 35-7, last year.

Danny Jeandervin has not been physically able to help the Dover Tornadoes this season.

But he has spiritually.

Dover is in the East Central Ohio League championship driver’s seat.

And senior running back Keith Johnson was the wheelman Friday night.

A lot is riding on the line for the Dover and Coshocton High football teams Friday night.

The East Central Ohio League championship and plenty of playoff computer points hang in the balance when the Tornadoes (4-0, 6-2) host the Redskins (4-0, 7-1) at Crater Stadium.

TIME  7:30 p.m., Friday

SITE  Crater Stadium

RECORDS  Coshocton 7-1, 4-0; Dover 6-2, 4-0

LAST WEEK  Coshocton 28, Claymont 20; Dover 66, Meadowbrook 7

LAST MEETING  Dover won, 23-8, last year.