- St. Edward defeated Hilliard Bradley 26-3 in the Division I state semifinals
- Sophomore running back Brandon White led St. Edward with 240 yards rushing and three touchdowns
- St. Edward will face a familiar foe in the state championship game on Friday, Dec. 1 at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton at 7:00 pm
St. Edward dominates Hilliard Bradley in state semifinals with a 26-3 win, led by sophomore running back Brandon White’s stellar performance. White ran for 240 yards and three touchdowns, propelling St. Edward to the state championship game. The defense, led by linebacker Jon Slaper, held Hilliard Bradley to just 101 total yards and no first downs in the second half. St. Edward looks ahead to face Springfield in the state championship game, aiming to defend their title. The team is determined to secure a third consecutive championship, especially for the departing seniors.
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