Woodridge football resumed its game at Chagrin Falls Saturday afternoon after the contest was suspended at halftime with the Tigers leading 9-0. 

The Bulldogs shut out Chagrin in the second half, but it wasn’t enough as the Bulldogs lost 9-7 and fell to 1-2 on the season. 

It was a game that was marred by nine total turnovers between the two teams.

Woodridge cut the lead 9-7 with 5:29 left in the game when Ben Lahoski plunged into end zone from three-yards out. Lahokski had 56 yards runshing on 23 carries. 

Woodridge intercepted Chargrin Falls quarterback Dawson Pierce, including at the Woodridge 1-yard line with less than two minutes to go. However, the Bulldogs’ final drive never passed midfield.

Quarterback Andrew Mekeal had a rough game for Woodridge, as he went 17-of-37 for 151 yards passing and three interceptions.

Woodridge will open Portage Trail Conference Metro Division play next Friday at Akron Springfield at 7 p.m.