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Browns to honor D-V state champion Kirtland during first half vs. Ravens

The Cleveland Browns will honor the state champion Kirtland Hornets during the first half of their matchup vs. the Baltimore Ravens.

CLEVELAND — Two weeks after winning its second straight state championship -- and fifth since 2011 -- the Kirtland Hornets will be honored during the first half of the Cleveland Browns' regular-season home finale vs. the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

On Dec. 7, Kirtland beat Ironton 17-7 at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium to win the OHSAA Division V title, a year after winning with Division VI state title. All-Ohio running back Mason Sullivan led the way for the Hornets with 101 yards and a touchdown, while wide receiver Gage Sullivan tallied 85 receiving yards and a score.

Kirtland finished the season with a 15-0 record, while Ironton ended the year at 13-2.

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