A nook of opportunity was all that was needed and Oberlin Firelands nabbed it to nudge past Napoleon 21-20 on October 17 in Ohio football action.
The verdict could’ve been in doubt thanks to Napoleon’s finishing flurry, but Oberlin Firelands swerved out of trouble to earn the win in the final quarter.
Oberlin Firelands broke in front at the beginning of the fourth quarter with a 21-14 lead over Napoleon.
Unicorns and mermaids were more common than points in a futile second quarter that left the intermission gap at 14-7.
The Wildcats authored a promising start, taking advantage of the Falcons 14-7 at the end of the first quarter.
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