Photo Gallery - St. Ignatius vs. Massillon
Former OSU Buckeye, Mark Sullivan, is a member of the St. Ignatius coaching staff.
Ignatius head coach Chuck Kyle
Massillon head Tom Stacy
Former Massillon Tiger Justin Zwick took some time to sign a few autographs and talk with the fans during halftime. Zwick and Devin Jordan were on the Tiger sideline during the game.
Gamble is a two-way performer at safety and running back.
Parris, who was injured in the game and is likely lost for the season, has already verbally committed to Notre Dame.
Reilly Lauer is the bookend defensive end opposite Ryan. Dan Dowd is the linebacker behind Lauer.
Scott Biehl scored the game's first touchdown on this run.
Ryan, like Parris, has already committed to Notre Dame.
Brian Neff makes the tackle on the QB in the end zone on this play for a safety to give the Wildcats an early 9-0 lead.
Quarterback Bobby Huth on a roll out.
The backup QB and the game's hero for Massillon, Shawn Weisend, also the punter, helped the Tigers get two first downs on a run and a pass play out of punt formation. The pass was designed but the run wasn't.
Running back Nick Secue gets the carry on the play.
Gamble with the ball on this play. Joe Watowicz, #4, is there to make the defensive play.
Huth was having a solid game until an injury took him out of the game at the beginning of Massillon's game-winning touchdown drive.
Gamble laid on the turf for a second after letting a sure completion from Huth go right through his hands.
Weisend took over on the last drive and led his team to a score. Just prior to this eventual touchdown play, Weisend completed a huge pass for a first down on a 4th-and-15 play. Here Weisend rolls left...
...races for the corner of the endzone...
...and scores with just seconds remaining in the game.
Celebration time for Massillon.
Stacy is the recipient of a gatorade shower from his players.
Stacy congratulates the game's hero!
Gamble does the same.
A tearful Weisend directs the Massillon Swing Band after the game.
It's a night he'll remember forever!
It was the first time in nine tries.
On this night, Quienten Nicholson and Gamble proudly proclaim Massillon to be number one.