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COLUMBUS (WJW) — Cleveland’s own all-boys Catholic high school won yet another soccer championship Saturday evening.

Defeating Centerville High School in overtime at Lower.com Field in Columbus, Saint Ignatius High School ended up wining the OHSAA Division 1 Soccer State Championship 2-1. This is the 11th time the school’s soccer program has won the state championship trophy, and also their third straight year of doing so.

Nolan Spicer scored the game winning goal for the Wildcats in overtime.

Congratulations to the Wildcats.