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The Washington Court House Blue Lions and the Miami Trace Panthers huddle up before a play on a game during week 10 on November 1, 2019.

Washington Courthouse Uses Fourth Quarter Rally To Win Thriller Over Miami Trace

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WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE, Ohio- Rivalry week brings out the best in a football player and often leads to memorable games. That was certainly the case as the Washington Courthouse Blue Lions (7-3) rallied back to beat the crosstown rival Miami Trace Panthers (5-5) 40-33 in what was perhaps the best game of the 2019 season. After… Read More

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Blue Lions Fight To Stay In Playoff Race Against McClain

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GREENFIELD, Ohio- With only two games left in the season, the Washington Court House Blue Lions (6-3,) were hoping for a statement win over the McClain Tigers (2-7) to keep their playoff hopes alive. McClain was looking to play spoiler. The Blue Lions responded with one of their most complete games of the season. Court… Read More

The Chillicothe Cavaliers run onto the field as get set to play the Washington Court House on Oct. 5, 2019.

Washington Courthouse Uses Turnovers, Passing Game To Fly Past Chillicothe

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WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE, Ohio- It was the start of Frontier Athletic Conference play as the Washington Courthouse Blue Lions (4-2) and the Chillicothe Cavaliers (1-5). In this matchup, it was the Blue Lions who came out firing on all cylinders and eventually left with a 38-7 victory. The Blue Lions came firing right out of the… Read More

Washington Stuns Cavaliers At Home

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The Frontier Athletic Conference may not be as locked down as previously thought. Three teams now have a chance to take the FAC championship after Washington Court House travelled to Chillicothe to hand them their first loss in FAC history. Rather than the expected shootout, both defenses stepped up to the challenge to keep the… Read More

Blue Lions Look To Spoil Chillicothe’s Playoff Hopes

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Chillicothe (7-1, 3-0 FAC) appears to be in the driver’s seat to a second consecutive FAC conference championship. A team who had several question marks on offense entering the season has kept pace with last year’s performance as they chase the possibility of hosting a playoff game. This optimism is a potential flaw that the… Read More

Hillsboro Runs Over Washington C.H.

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Even before the opening kickoff, the buzz around Gardner Field was that the first team between Washington Court House and Hillsboro to score 70 points would win. Normally, the concept of scoring 70 points is scoffed at. However, tonight it was made evident after just one minute and 11 seconds that the matchup between the… Read More

Jackson Looks To Right The Ship Against Washington Courthouse

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Coming off two consecutive losses, the Jackson Ironmen (3-2) will look for a reversal of fortune this Friday night against a Washington Courthouse (4-1) team that has averaged a scorching 52.3 points per game in their four victories so far this season. Quarterback Gio Thomas has been the maestro for this Blue Lions offense. Passing… Read More

Blue Lions Look To Build On Strong Week 1 Performance

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Last Friday night, Washington Court House found themselves in the unenviable position of being down 14 points on the road less than five minutes into the new season. The Blue Lions responded by scoring 45 of the next 52 points over two and a half quarters to take a 45-21 lead. Washington C.H. went on… Read More

Week 7 Power Rankings: FAC

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As the 2017 season nears its close, the Frontier Athletic Conference battle is heating up at the top. Not only are the conference’s top teams fighting each other for the first ever FAC Championship, they’re fighting for their playoff lives as well. The top three teams in the conference are either just in or just… Read More