Cleveland Browns Game of the Week

By Grace Flinn

     High school game of the week returns as panelists from the Cleveland Browns High School Football Show nominate four games to be game of  the week where fans can vote for their school to win. The Bulldogs were chosen to be apart of the voting poll for this week’s game against Wadsworth.

     High School football fans from all over Ohio vote online for the game of the week match up. The winning team receives benefits from the Cleveland Browns program including $2,000 for their high school football program. After the game the selected MVP of the game and the winning coach will be featured on the field during a Cleveland Browns home game at FirstEnergy Stadium.

     There will be an additional coverage of the game of the week, including a video recap on and a one­ hour program on Sept. 19, by ESPN 850 WGNR Radio Station. The video recap will include the full­ length game and the radio spot will include interviews and analysis from other high school football games.

    Stow vs. Wadsworth is one of  four games chosen as the nominees for game of the week. The other games include: Avon vs. Midview, Firelands vs. Clearview, and Bay vs. Holy Name. Polls. All polls were open during the week for students and fans to support their high school team. To be chosen as one of the nominees is a big accomplishment for any football program. Among the chosen teams are highly ­ranked football organizations from all over northern Ohio.

    The voting poll was taken on and fans were sharing the link across social media to help get more votes for their school. The polls ended  Sept. 1, and the voted game of the week was Bay vs. Holy name. The winning team of this game on Sept. 18, will receive $2,000, and the winning coach and MVP of the game will be featured at a Cleveland Browns home game.


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