The La Salle Ticket Tour will continue on Wednesday starting at 6:30 a.m. in Mason.
To assist fans in securing tickets for the game, the La Salle Alumni Office in cooperation with GCI Digital Imaging will travel around Greater Cincinnati this week.
La Salle will use its LaRosa’s Mobile Studio on the tour.
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TV, RADIO SCHEDULE:The game will be televised live on SportsTime Ohio. In Southwest Ohio, the games will be televised on Time Warner Cable channel 99 and channel 1311 HD. The La Salle broadcast team will have the game on Class X Radio (88.9, 89.1 and 105.5 FM). The OHSAA broadcast can be heard live on Cincinnati’s WSAI-AM (1360).
IRON MAN: La Salle senior offensive lineman Luke Doerger (Toledo commit) will make his 50th consecutive start Friday night in Columbus.
LARKIN’S LEGACY: La Salle senior running back Jeremy Larkin (UC commit) broke the GCL South all-time record in the state semifinal, according to the La Salle football program. Larkin has 5,102 career rushing yards. Larkin has rushed for 1,829 yards and 28 touchdowns entering Friday. He has 27 receptions for 639 yards and eight touchdowns. La Salle coach Jim Hilvert said one word comes to mind about Larkin’s legacy: “Winner. “I think the guy is a very humble kid,” Hilvert said. “A guy who cares about getting better. He’s a winner. He’s about the moment being able to step up and take control of the game.”
FUTURE BUCKEYE: La Salle senior punter/kicker Drue Chrisman (Ohio State commit) will play his final Ohio high school game in his future home field at Ohio Stadium Friday night. Chrisman, a 2016 U.S. Army All-American, verbally committed to the Buckeyes in May. Chrisman has made 59 consecutive extra points, according to the school. That ranks him 16th on the OHSAA state record list.
JARELL’S IMPACT: La Salle junior running back/strong safety Jarell White continues to perform well this postseason. He is the only two-way starter for the Lancers and has been excellent on both sides of the ball. He has 413 yards rushing and seven touchdowns along with 75 tackles. “No. 2 is an excellent player – one of the better players I’ve seen on film,” Massillon Perry coach Keith Wakefield said. White is one of the area’s top players in the 2017 class and has multiple scholarship offers.
HISTORY BOOK: With a win Friday night, La Salle would become the first area team in Ohio to win back-to-back state football titles since Moeller (2012 and ’13). La Salle would also join elite company statewide with another state title Friday night. Since 1980 when the Ohio High School Athletic Association went to five divisions, there have been two Division II teams that have won back-to-back state titles including Akron Buchtel (1987 and ’88) and St. Marys Memorial (1992 and ’93).
EXTRA POINTS: The La Salle football team will depart for Ohio Stadium with a police escort at 12:30 p.m. …The Lancers are playing their 30th game within the past two seasons….Of the 24 seniors on the roster, 22 won a state title in 2014. …La Salle won its ninth consecutive playoff game with a state semifinal victory over Perrysburg Nov. 27. …La Salle is the home team Friday night.
(Enquirer reporter Adam Baum contributed)