Chardon didn’t tinker around with Warren Howland. A 49-14 result offered a strong testament in the win column in Ohio high school football action on October 16.
Both squads drew cheers for fourth-quarter scores, but the period resulted in a 7-7 draw, which were all the Hilltoppers needed.
Chardon’s power showed as it carried a 42-7 lead into the fourth quarter.
The Hilltoppers’ offense thundered to a 42-0 lead over the Tigers at the intermission.
Chardon roared in front of Warren Howland 21-0 to begin the second quarter.
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