Teays Valley was respected by its Central District peers on Sunday by being seeded third out of 47 schools in the Division I field.
The Vikings (19-3) are slated to host a sectional final on May 10 at 5 p.m. against either Hilliard Darby (7-5) or future Ohio Capital Conference Buckeye Division foe Canal Winchester (6-10). Those two schools will meet on May 8 in a sectional semifinal.
If they would win that game, the Vikings would then host a district semifinal game on May 15.
Teays Valley is a win away from clinching at least a share of their second consecutive Mid-State League Buckeye Division championship and is currently on a 26-game winning streak in the league.
The Vikings’ resume includes wins over Division I peers Marysville, Olentangy Berlin, Westerville Central and Olentangy Orange and Division II Kenton Ridge.
Amanda-Clearcreek (6-10) was seeded No. 13 in Division III and is slated to host No. 14 seeded Madison-Plains (6-11) on May 8 in a sectional semifinal.
Circleville (15-5) was seeded fourth out of 18 schools in the Division II field on Sunday and is slated to host No. 13 seeded Fairfield Union (6-12) on May 10 at 5 p.m.
The Tigers won both regular season meetings against the Falcons, 13-7 last week and 25-2 earlier this month.
Logan Elm (11-8) is seeded eighth and is slated to also host a sectional final on May 10 against ninth-seeded Vinton County (9-6).
Westfall (10-9) was seeded 14th out of 31 schools in Division III and is slated to travel to No. 11 seeded Leesburg Fairfield (10-6) on May 11 at 5 p.m. for a sectional final.
The Mustangs defeated the Lions 22-7 last week in a non-conference game.