Pomeroy Meigs’ grip wasn’t secure until the clock expired, but when that happened it had a 28-21 win in Ohio high school football on September 15.
It was a long ride home for the Vikings, which saw its late lead disappear with the Marauders’ 14-7 final-quarter performance.
Nothing was decided in the third quarter, with the Marauders and the Vikings locked in a 14-14 stalemate.
McArthur Vinton County climbed on top in the first half and stayed there with a 7-6 lead at halftime.
The Marauders opened with a 6-0 advantage over the Vikings through the first quarter.
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