For the the first time in more than two years, there was joy on Friday night at Conway Memorial Stadium.

Walsh Jesuit ended a 23-game losing streak Friday with a 21-13 win over Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin. 

Walsh quarterback Cameron Mayes scored tossed a pair of touchdown passes to Nick Reilman and ran for another touchdown in the win. NDCL kicked a field goal with 5:11 left in the game, but could get no closer. 

The Warriors (1-7) will have a huge test on their hands next week they travel to Archbishop Hoban Friday at 7 p.m.

Across Wyoga Lake Road, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy endured a nail-biter vs. Massillon Tuslaw at Royals Stadium. 

CVCA had to go to overtime against the Mustangs, but a touchdown run from quarterback Michael Bevington gave CVCA a 21-14 win its final home game of the season.

CVCA (6-2) will travel to Loudenville next Friday at 7 p.m.

Meanwhile, Woodridge suffered its second straight loss Friday, as a fourth-quarter comeback fell short vs. Cloverleaf in a 34-28 loss.

Woodridge quarterback Andrew Mekeal went 27-of-43 for 269 yards, one touchdown and one interception, as well as rushing for a touchdown. However, the Bulldogs had no answer for Cloverleaf quarterback Brody Stallings, who ran 22 times for 260 yards and two touchdowns.

Woodridge (3-5) will play its final home game of the season next Friday when it hosts undefeated Streetsboro.