CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - St. Edward High School celebrated their football team’s state championship with an all-school rally on Monday morning.
On Friday, the St. Edward Eagles defeated Cincinnati Colerain 24-10 for their fourth Division 1 championship.
Nearly 9,000 people attended Friday’s championship game.
Students at St. Edward High School erupted after they were rewarded with a “free day” for their all-around efforts throughout the high school football season.
Lakewood’s private school was one of several Northeast Ohio high schools to win a state championship over the weekend. Other schools included Kirtland, Kenston, and Akron Archbishop Hoban.