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Week 14- #3 Colerain vs. #4 Kilbourne
Final Score: Colerain 34 Kilbourne 3
By Tom Groeschen
Cincinnati Enquirer

The 2004 Colerain Cardinals remained unbeatened and unchallenged Saturday night, with a 34-3 destruction of Worthington Kilbourne in the Division I state semifinals.

The Cardinals (14-0) will play for the school's first Ohio football title at 7PM next Saturday at Canton's Fawcett Stadium vs. Canton McKinley (11-3).

Colerain was ranked No. 1 and McKinley No. 13 in the final Associated Press state poll of the regular season.

Rain and high winds (gusting to 25mph) made Saturday miserable for all concerned at Dayton's Welcome Stadium, but Colerain, which had been winning by an average of 41 points a game, made it look easy as usual. 

"I'm so happy, I can't even talk right now," Colerain senior quarterback Dominick Goodman said, grinning broadly as rain hit his face after the game.  "I'm ready to go home and enjoy this, and then we'll think about winning state next week."
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Goodman breaks away on first TD drive
Simpson fighting for extra yardage
Andre Revels all over Kilbourne QB Jordan Gafford
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Terrance Sherrer on the carry, gains a few yards
Brayden Coombs finally brought down after a long punt return
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Coach Coombs cheers on his team near the end of the game
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Coach Coombs talks to the crowd after the big win
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Cardinal fans John Yokem and John Byess show their pride
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