FNTD Week 1 Saturday Edition: FINAL SCORES

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Week #1 of the 2013 high school football season is in the books.

All of Saturday’s Final Scores are posted below.

The highlights included the #1 team in the FOX 8 Top 8, the St. Edward Eagles, holding off a talented #4 Glenville Tarblooders’ team in Head Coach Ted Ginn’s return to the sidelines.

Elsewhere, #2 St. Ignatius struggled early on the road at Brother Rice in Bloomfield Hills, MI. The Wildcats fell behind 20-6, before rallying back in the second half, but it wasn’t enough as Coach Chuck Kyle’s team lost its opener 29-20.

#7 Shaker Heights looked like a force to be reckoned with in a loaded Region 1. Talented tailback Ramses Owens led the Red Raiders explosive offense with 175-yards rushing and 3 touchdowns on only eight carries. Shaker stomped University School 54-27.

The game of the day came from Trumbull County, where small school powers Warren JFK and North Lima South Range locked horns. The back and forth affair wasn’t settled until the final play of the game. With JFK leading 30-27, South Range faced 4th and goal. The Raiders could have kicked the field goal to force overtime, but opted instead to go for it, and converted – scoring the game-winning touchdown as the clock expired to win 34-30.

Here are all of Saturday’s Final Scores:

#1. ST.EDWARD 40  –  #4. Glenville 24

#2. St. Ignatius 20  –  BROTHER RICE (MI) 29

#7. SHAKER HEIGHTS 54  –  University School 27

BEACHWOOD 45  –  Gilmour 28

CLEVELAND CENTRAL CATHOLIC 56  –  Warrensville Heights 0

OBERLIN 25  –  Lutheran East 18

VASJ 50  –  Our Lady of the Lakes (MI)  31

NORTH LIMA SOUTH RANGE 34  –  Warren JFK 30

Youngstown Cardinal Mooney 21  –  IMHOTEP CHARTER (PA) 49

NORWALK ST. PAUL 42   –  St. Mary Central Catholic 7

GARFIELD HEIGHTS 49  –  Collinwood 6

For more scores from across Northeast Ohio and video highlights from John Telich, PJ Ziegler and Dan ‘The Commissioner” Coughlin,  CLICK HERE for more ‘Friday Night Touchdown’ coverage from the first week of the regular season.

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