ENON — The Rams left no doubt as to who was staying on top of the division at the end of the season.
Greeneview won the OHC South Division title for a second straight season with a 42-3 victory at Greenon, finishing the regular season with a 9-1 record.
Cole DeHaven returned and ran for 108 yards on 12 carries and a touchdown. Cooper Payton and Alex Horney both found the endzone twice, and Logan Sandlin also scored.
Sean Leonard continued his strong season going perfect on extra points with at least five attempts being made and has converted 45 of 47 this year.
The Rams in its five division games won by an average score of 45.6-7.8.
Greeneview enters the postseason winners in its last seven games and will host Preble Shawnee to open the D-V playoffs on Friday.
Valley View 21, Bellbrook 7
The Golden Eagles scored just before halftime to cut its deficit to seven, but Valley View added on to its lead in the game’s final minutes to prevail in a battle of league unbeatens to close the regular season.
The loss ended a 12-game winning streak in league games for Bellbrook.
Elijah Brooks ends the regular season second in rushing yardage amongst all SWBL players.
Bellbrook will host Celina to open the D-III postseason on Friday.
Cedarville 49, Madison Plains 26
Racking up a season-high 415 yards of offense, the Indians raced out to an early lead to reach the .500 mark and finish the regular season at 5-5, the team’s best record since 2014.
Colt Coffey had his first career 100-yard rushing game, carrying the ball 17 times for 140 yards and two touchdowns. Jackson Pyles threw for more than 200 yards for the sixth time this season and finishes second in the OHC in total passing yardage for the regular season. Jackson Howdyshell and Josh Flora both are in the top-five for receiving yards.
Jackson Miller got his fifth interception of the season to finish as the league leader.
Cedarville will travel to New Bremen to open the D-VII postseason on Friday.
Fairborn 28, West Carrollton 26
Fairborn grabbed the lead with just under 10 minutes remaining and the defense held off a late charge to secure the win.
The Skyhawks stopped a two-point conversion attempt which would have tied the score, and later stopped the Pirates’ final drive with a fourth down stop with 16 seconds remaining.
The Skyhawks finish the season with a 2-8 record.
Northmont 42, Beavercreek 3
CJ Crawford’s 15-tackle game earned him the honor of ending the season as the GWOC leader in total tackles this season with 116.
Shaun Morse closed out his fine season of kicking duties with a 43-yard field goal just before halftime.
Beavercreek finishes with a 2-8 record.
Fenwick 39, Carroll 6
Jack McGeady caught four passes for 107 yards and a touchdown as the Patriots’ season came to an end.
Tayshawn Brown had 11 tackles. Carroll finishes with a 3-7 record.