Across the state of Ohio, teams found out who they will line up against in the OHSAA Playoffs.
The two teams in question are the Medina Bees (2-3, 2-3 in the Greater Cleveland Conference) and the Solon Comets (0-2, 0-0 in GCC).
Both teams starting points have not been the same. But as the irregular regular season comes to an end, both teams look to head into the playoffs with a win as they face each other in Medina.
Last week, Medina lost to Euclid 31-28 in a wild finish that ended in a Medina wide-left 44-yard field goal as time expired. This was their second loss that was decided by one possession or less.
The Euclid game was back-and-forth with six lead changes, touchdowns on special teams and defense in a game that was filled with penalties on both sides to halt the Bee’s two-game winning streak.
The Comets, on the other hand, played their first game two weeks ago. In short, despite the expectations Which was a loss to St. Vincent-St. Mary 28-7 and to Kirkland 27-7.
Medina will be Solon’s first and only GCC opponent of the regular season as both teams hope to close it out with a win before the playoff starts.
After their faceoff, the Comets were given the 12th seed and will face No. 4 seed St. Ignatius in the Division I, Region 1 OHSAA Playoffs regardless of the outcome. For Medina, they were awarded the eighth seed in the same bracket and will face ninth-seeded Strongsville.
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