Fireworks are most common on the Fourth of July, but Youngstown Ursuline broke out its own form of pyrotechnics during its 47-21 explosion on Cleveland VASJ in Ohio high school football on October 17.
Youngstown Ursuline’s position showed as it carried a 21-14 lead into the fourth quarter.
Neither defense permitted points in the second quarter, leaving the score 14-7 at intermission.
The Fighting Irish drew first blood by forging a 14-7 margin over the Vikings after the first quarter.
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