Cleveland Heights poked just enough holes in Shaker Heights’ defense to garner a taut 17-14 victory at Cleveland Heights High on October 2 in Ohio football action. .
Cleveland Heights’ train of momentum chugged along the fourth-quarter tracks with a 10-7 points differential.
Each offense authored its Rip Van Winkle imitation, napping through barren first and third quarters.
An intermission tie at 7-7 allowed for a respite as both teams looked to regroup in the locker room.
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