The win gave Bay an outstanding 9-1 record as the regular season drew to a close.
Bay likely will likely travel to Ashland for first round playoff action in the OHSAA Div. III Region 8 playoffs. The state will release official brackets on Sunday.
In the meantime, last night’s win over Parma was a night to remember. The Bay bench grew jubilant as the clock wound down in the decision over the Redmen and word came that Holy Name had wrapped up a 14-10 victory over Rocky River. The combination of results created a three-way tie for the first-ever Great Lakes Conference championship. All three teams ended the season with 5-1 league marks. The circle of parity was created as Holy Name handed River its first league loss. Bay had already beaten Holy Name in league play but lost a 27-24 heartbreaker to Rocky River in September.
Last night gave the Bay High football team real reason to celebrate. The Rockets have battled through devastating injuries at quarterback to keep the faith en route to a GLC title in the league’s inaugural season.
(Ed. Note: More photos and official playoff info Monday. Please check back).