Cleveland St. Ignatius dances around early hole to trip Euclid

Cleveland St. Ignatius stumbled out of the blocks but found its stride in the second quarter of a 30-20 win over Euclid in an Ohio high school football matchup.

It was tough sledding with defenses hanging tough for each side in a 30-20 final-quarter tie.

The Wildcats moved ahead of the Panthers 24-14 as the fourth quarter started.

The Wildcats opened a thin 17-14 gap over the Panthers at the intermission.

The Panthers authored a promising start, taking advantage of the Wildcats 7-0 at the end of the first quarter.

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