Cleveland Heights rebounded from a tough loss in Week 1 to shutout Glenville, 17-0, on Sept. 6.
The Tigers, who lost to Medina in the opener, bounced back in a huge way with a dominating victory at home in Week 2.
Cleveland Heights defeated Glenville with a 12-yard touchdown reception from Bay Harvey to Jayvion Holcomb and a 1-yard goal line plunge from Justin Wodtly.
“Our defensive and offensive coordinators put together a great plan,” Heights coach Mac Stephens said.
“The kids came to play and were excited to play against a quality team after losing a tough one in Week 1.”
The Tigers are 1-1 on the season with a game against Shaker Heights on tap in Week 3.
The defense held a very talented Tarblooders squad off the scoreboard.
“Diego Bremer came up with some big-time plays on defense and our triple-option offense was in a good rhythm,” Stephens said.