- Local Guide
The Wapakoneta Redskins remain fourth in the latest high school football computer ranking released by the Ohio High School Athletic Association Tuesday afternoon.
Wapak (8-0) trails Trotwood-Madison (8-0), Kings Mills Kings (8-0) and Tipp City Tippecanoe in the Division II, Region 8 points.
Only the top eight teams in points in each region qualify for the playoffs. The top four teams will have a home game for their playoff opener.
The Redskins have not mathematically clinched a playoff spot yet but do control their own destiny. A win Friday night at Shawnee will go a long way towards that end.
If the season ended today, Wapak would host Franklin (7-1) in the first round.
In Division VI, Region 24, the Waynesfield-Goshen Tigers currently sit 10th in the points.
W-G is 5-3 but is still not mathematically eliminated.
The Tigers can earn a playoff berth if they win out their final two games against Sidney Lehman and Ridgemont and get a little help.
Marion Local (7-1), Fort Loramie (7-1) and Springfield Catholic Central (6-2) top the points in Region 24.
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