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High School Game of the Week: Elyria Catholic vs. Bay


Final 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Elyria Catholic 0 0 0 0 0
Bay 7 0 7 0 14

1st Quarter
B – Chambers, 10 yard rushing TD (PAT)
2nd Quarter
3rd Quarter
B – Psota, 3 yard rushing TD (PAT)
4th Quarter

Coach of the Week: Ron Rutt (Bay)
MVP of the Game: Chris Hoke (RB/WR/DB #22)

Key Stats (by player):
1. Trey Psota (RB #27) 195 rushing yards, 1TD

Elyria Catholic
1. Jeff Spencer (DB/QB #13) 70 passing yards
2. Daryl Davis Jr. (DB/RB #19) 70 rushing yards
3. Doug Taylor Jr. (LB/TE/WR #18) 23 receiving yards

Cleveland Browns First and Ten
While visiting a different community each week for the Cleveland Browns High School Game of the Week, we come across an overwhelming amount of selfless individuals who help make high school football so special in their respected communities. This week we met Tom Bauer, Jay Ferguson and Rick Amador.  The trio are a part of the Lorain High School production team for all of the Titans home football games.  Collectively, the three combine for over 30 years of service to the Lorain High School event production and plan on continuing their commitment for years to come.  Tom and Jay are both retired school teachers and have spent the most time with the Titans, while Rick is the finance manager at Liberty Ford Lincoln in Vermillion.  From humble beginnings, the production team started almost 15 years ago with 3 people and 1 camera.  Today, the team consists of 4 volunteers and 15 students who all cover the games with a variety of equipment, and is now a class at Lorain High School.  From seeing the programs growth, to building relationships with the students in the area, and witnessing how this program has guided students onward towards a production based future, Jay, Tom and Rick feel that their time and work is making a difference!

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