Cleveland Heights Snaps Losing Streak With 37-20 Win Over Euclid

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CLEVELAND HEIGHTS – The streak is finally over for Cleveland Heights.

Coach Jeff Rotsky’s Tigers scored the first 13 points against Euclid (2-4) Saturday night, then added two more touchdowns in the second quarter to take a 27-13 lead into halftime.

Cleveland Heights (2-4) tacked on 10 more points in the second half and limited the Panthers to just a late fourth quarter touchdown in a 37-20 win at the newly renovated Hosford Stadium.

Cleveland Heights is off next weekend, before traveling to Warren G. Harding (3-3) on Saturday, Oct. 18th.

Euclid returns home next Friday to host the WGH Raiders.

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