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2009 Playoff Brackets (Semifinals Set)

Written by: on Sunday, December 6th, 2009. Follow Jeremy Varner on Twitter.


Week 15 Matchup information is complete. is proud to release the 2009 Playoff Football Brackets. Each season compiles all the information you need to know to get you ready for the playoffs. Download our brackets for free anytime. Brackets will contain all the teams, records, who they play, where they play, when they play and much much more. Once again we will do brackets for each class, the Philly Catholic League and Eastern Conference. Fans love our brackets and the information they contain. Last season they were downloaded over 100,000 times throughout the playoffs.

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4 Responses to “2009 Playoff Brackets (Semifinals Set)”

  1. joe says:

    if easton played in the catholic league red, they would have finished 4th behind lasalle, st joes, and ohara….lasalle beat them, prep would have handled them, and ohara would have handled them.

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  3. Jay says:

    Coincidence. Every game has been close and it’s come down to who made a big play that dictated the outcome. Snow even further levels the playing field. Too bad that your team probably lost, but it doesn’t matter.

  4. AJ says:

    3 out of 4 teams in AA are private schools. maybe number of students isnt the thing that dictates a level playing field. Ever think of that PIAA?