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Ashtabula, OH- In a commanding display of skill and teamwork, NDCL (Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin) dominated the field against Lakeside in a resounding victory with a final score of 38-8. The game showcased NDCL’s strong offensive prowess and unwavering defense, leaving Lakeside struggling to gain ground.

The 1st quarter set the tone as NDCL’s Angelo Tamburrino bulldozed through Lakeside’s defense, scoring a 6-yard touchdown run. The extra point was good, giving NDCL an early lead of 7-0. The 2nd quarter saw Tamburrino’s versatility as he caught a 19-yard pass for another touchdown, extending NDCL’s lead to 14-0. Tamburrino continued to shine, adding a 4-yard rushing touchdown to the scoreboard. With the successful extra point, NDCL surged ahead 21-0.

After halftime, NDCL’s Ryan Cuitkovic showcased his kicking skills with a 37-yard field goal, widening the gap to 24-0 in the 3rd quarter. Tyler Newton joined the scoring frenzy with a 29-yard touchdown run, followed by a successful extra point, leaving Lakeside trailing at 31-0.

In the 4th quarter, NDCL’s Caleb Cirrino made his mark with a 6-yard touchdown run, solidifying NDCL’s dominance at 38-0. However, Lakeside refused to go down without a fight. Devan Miller broke through NDCL’s defense for a remarkable 70-yard touchdown run. A 2-point conversion run by Alex DiSalvatore added to Lakeside’s score, bringing the tally to 38-8.

As the clock wound down, NDCL emerged victorious with a commanding 38-8 lead, showcasing their strength and cohesion on both sides of the field. NDCL (1-1) would go on to face Bedford in week 3, while Lakeside (1-1) have a matchup against Ursuline (2-0) in the upcoming week.



Tuesday’s game against Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin was a heartbreaker for Lakeview, as they lost the lead late in a 6-5 defeat. The game was tied at five with Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin batting in the top of the ninth when Raegan Schick’s wild pitch allowed one run to score.

Lakeview lost despite out-hitting Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin ten to nine.

In the first inning, Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin got their offense started when they doubled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, Lakeview tied things up at five. Hallie Capan hit a solo homer.

The Bulldogs tallied three runs in the fourth inning. The offensive firepower was led by Reagan Price and Makenna Werner, all sending runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning.

Dutton led things off in the pitcher’s circle for Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin. The hurler allowed ten hits and five runs over nine innings, striking out four.

Ava Bacon led things off in the circle for Lakeview. Bacon surrendered five runs on seven hits over six innings, striking out five. Ella Chadwick and Schick entered the game as relief, throwing two and a third innings and two-thirds of an inning respectively.

Lakeview tallied one home run on the day. Capan put one out in the sixth inning.

Lakeview had ten hits in the game. Kylie Imes, Gianna Caruso, and Capan all collected multiple hits. Capan, Caruso, and Imes all had two hits to lead. Imes led Lakeview with three stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with ten stolen bases.

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CANFIELD OH- The Canfield Cardinals got revenge over Notre Dame Cathedral Latin In week 2 after getting shutout by the Lions in 2019.
Chris Sammarone and Broc Lowry we’re the standout players for the Canfield offense. Sammarone had two, long distance touchdown runs in the first half, while quarterback  Lowry added two touchdowns through the air.

The Cardinals defense stood strong once again, allowing just seven points in the contest. Canfield won by a final score of 34-7, and are 2-0 heading into to week 3. The Cardinals will host New Philadelphia next Friday at Bob Dove Field.

*Contributed By YSN’s Richie Juliano