Eight of Notre Dame's commitments are still alive in their pursuit of a state championship. Tony Springmann and Kyle Brindza will be playing in the state championship games this weekend.
Ben Councell and A.C Reynolds, N.C. (12-1) won 24-21 against Sun Valley (10-3) in a second round playoff game. Next game against Porter Ridge (12-1) in a state sectional playoff game.
Ben Koyack and Oil City (9-3) lost 56-6 to Cathedral Prep 7-4) in the Class AAA semifinals.
Kyle Brindza and Plymouth (11-2) won 20-17 against Rockford (11-2) in a Division I state semifinal game at Lansing Everett High School. Next game against Lake Orion (12-1) in the Division I State Championship game.
Conor Hanratty and New Canaan (8-1) play at Darien (9-0).
Eilar Hardy and Pickerington Central (11-1) lost 13-6 to Hilliard Davidson (13-0) in the Division I State Regional Finals.
Matt Hegarty and Aztec (11-0) won 55-21 against St. Pius X (7-5) in a Class AAAA second round state playoff game. Next game against Belen (11-0) in a third round state playoff game.
Stephon Tuitt and Monroe (11-1) won 50-21 against Woodward Academy (10-2) in a Class AAA state playoff game. Next game against Sandy Creek(12-0) in a Class AAA quarterfinal game.
George and Josh Atkinson and Granada (7-4) won 19-13 against Freedom (5-6) in a CIF North Coast Section first round playoff game. Next game against College Park (5-6) in a CIF North Coast Section second round playoff game.
Tony Springmann and Bishop Dwenger (13-0) won 42-12 against Hammond Morton (12-2) in a Class 4A Semi-State playoff game. Next game against Indianapolis Cathedral (12-3) in the Class 4A Championship game.
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