YOUNGSTOWN – Facing a western Pennsylvania powerhouse, Ursuline struggled to get going on offense, falling to Erie Cathedral Prep, 37-8.
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Leading 16-8 at the half, the Ramblers’ offense continued to roll in the second half.
Behind a big run by Jake DeHart, Erie Prep pushed their lead to 23-8 on a Billy Fessler quarterback keeper for the touchdown.
Later in the quarter, Fessler connected with DeAngelo Malone who broke free for a 70 yard touchdown.
Ursuline will try to get back on track next week when they travel to Pennsylvania to take on Strong Vincent.