Cuyahoga Heights football team gets sendoff before state title game

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UPDATE: Cuyahoga Heights fell to Minster, 32-7. Congratulations on a great season!

CUYAHOGA HEIGHTS, Ohio-- The Cuyahoga Heights High School football team is getting ready for the Division VII State Championship Game.

But before they play Minster, they got a sendoff. Students, parents, the marching band and even Cuyahoga Heights police came out to support the team.

"We're really excited," said Tyler Hughes, senior wide receiver. "It's been a crazy ride, honestly. I mean, all my brothers, we're ready to go out there and win a state championship."

Cuyahoga Heights Schools are closed Friday for the big game.

The title matchup was at 10 a.m. Friday at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton.

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