Sure, Da Vinci could’ve painted Mona Lisa’s smile a bit brighter. But why tamper with near-perfection? The same could be said with Plymouth’s performance in a 46-12 destruction of Lisbon for an Ohio high school football victory on October 9. .
Plymouth’s domination showed as it carried a 39-6 lead into the fourth quarter.
Plymouth’s offense roared to a 32-6 lead over Lisbon at the intermission.
Plymouth drew first blood by forging a 16-0 margin over Lisbon after the first quarter.
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