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Dana's 2012 High School Football Predictions

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High school football season is here!  Sports Director Dana Balash has made his predictions for the 2012 season.  Check them out below.  We will see how he did at the end of the season!

Austintown Fitch  6-4
Beaver Local  2-8
Boardman  3-7
Brookfield 8-2
Campbell 9-1
Canfield  5-5
Cardinal Mooney 7-2
Champion 4-6
Columbiana 7-3
Crestview 7-3
E. Liverpool 2-8
E. Palestine 3-7
East  5-5
Farrell 8-2
Girard 4-6
Greenville  4-6
Grove City  5-4
Hickory 6-3
Howland  6-4
Hubbard 8-2
Jackson Milton  4-6
Kennedy Catholic 3-7
LaBrae 7-3
Lakeview 6-4
Lakeview Pa.  4-6
Leetonia 4-6
Liberty 3-7
Lisbon 3-7
Lowellville  3-7
Matthews 5-5
McDonald  7-3
Mercer 5-5
Mineral Ridge  5-5
Mohawk  4-5
Neshannock 3-6
New Castle 5-4
Newton Falls  3-7
Niles  5-5
Poland 7-3
Reynolds  2-8
Salem 4-6
Sebring 3-7
Sharon  7-3
Sharpsville 5-5
South Range 6-4
Southern  6-4
Southington 4-6
Springfield 7-3
Struthers 4-6
Union 4-5
United  5-5
Ursuline  7-3
Warren Harding  6-4
Warren JFK 7-3
Wellsville  4-6
West Branch  6-4
West Middlesex 8-2
Western Reserve  8-2
Wilmington 7-3
Youngstown Christian  6-4
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