COLUMBUS - Minster coach Geron Stokes preached two things to his team all season long: fighting for 48 minutes and competing every down.
Those lessons came in handy on Friday in the program's biggest game in 25 years.
When Kirtland took a 42-33 lead on Adam Hess's three-yard touchdown run with 4:18 left in the Division VI state championship game, it appeared Minster's dream season would end on a sour note ... The "Cardiac Cats" weren't ready to accept that; it's not in their DNA. [More]