COLUMBUS, Ohio - Shaker Heights hockey wins their fourth state championship Saturday night, defeating Sylvania Northview.
In the first period, Jonathan Greenberg gave Shaker Heights a 1-0 lead.
The game was later tied at 1-1, but Jonathan Longman broke it with what would be the eventual game winning goal.
Final score was 3-1, giving the Red Raiders their fourth state championship title.
The game was held at Nationwide Arena in Columbus.
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