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INDIANAPOLIS -

It's State Finals Weekend for Indiana high school football, and a new champion has already been crowned.

Lafayette Central Catholic beat Scecina 14-0 at Lucas Oil Stadium Friday evening in Class A for the school's fourth straight championship. It was a rematch from a year ago - with the same result.

While LCC ties the record, it's a new record for Coach Kevin O'Shea. He's the first coach to win four consecutive state championships.

Also Friday, Ritter takes on Fort Wayne Luers. Luers has won three straight championships, but Ritter has the offense to beat.

State Finals Saturday:

Class 3A

Hamilton Heights (13-1) vs. Indianapolis Bishop Chatard (12-2)
12 pm ET

Class 4A

Mishawaka (11-3) vs. Indianapolis Cathedral (9-5)
3:30 pm ET

Class 5A

Fort Wayne Snider (14-0) vs. Lawrence Central (14-0)
7:05 pm ET

 

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