St. Edward defeats Springfield for the third consecutive year to win the Division I state title with a score of 31-21. The game was a close fight, with both teams tied at halftime and neither team scoring in the third quarter. However, St. Edward dominated with 10 points in the fourth quarter, securing their victory.

Why It Matters

St. Edward's win demonstrates their dominance in the Division I state championship, solidifying their reputation as a powerhouse team. It also highlights the importance of resilience and perseverance, as they were able to come back after a tied halftime score and finish strong in the fourth quarter.

By the Numbers
  • St. Edward scored 10 points in the fourth quarter to win the game with a score of 31-21.
  • Brandon White, a sophomore for St. Edward, ran for 235 yards and three touchdowns on 32 carries.
  • The St. Edward defense held Springfield to just 74 yards of offense in the second half.
State of Play
  • This win marks St. Edward's third consecutive victory over Springfield in the state championship game.
  • St. Edward's offensive line, led by Ohio State commits Ben Roebuck, Devontae Armstrong, and Deontae Armstrong, played a crucial role in the team's success.
  • St. Edward's head coach, Tom Lombardo, expressed relief and joy at winning the title, but is not yet thinking about winning four in a row.
Bottom Line

St. Edward's victory demonstrates their dominance and resilience in the Division I state championship. Their win solidifies their reputation as a powerhouse team and leaves them hungry for future success.