Last year, the Solon Comets broke the hearts of the Twinsburg Tigers.
On Friday night, the Tigers returned the favor.
Twinsburg scored 15 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to come from behind and stun the Comets in Solon, 29-22.
The Tigers are now 5-3 and Solon falls to 4-4.
Tigers senior running back Tyrone McGuinea scored from two yards out with 1:25 left in the game. The Comets got the ball back at the 8 yard line and 1:21 left, but was unable to convert a fourth down.
Solon jumped to a lead early when George Berry scored on a 1-yard run from the quarterback position. The extra point was no good after a high snap, and Solon added a 37-yard field goal from kicker Keon Hemerlein.
Twinsburg scored in the second quarter after receiver Cooper Rea made a great catch on a deflected pass, cutting Solon's lead to 9-7.
And then Solon scored on a touchdown pass when quarterback Ryan Gallagher pitched it to Drew Barksdale who threw it to Darian Hicks for a 32 yard touchdown. The score at halftime was 16-7.
In the third quarter, Twinsburg quarterback Jalen Washington scored on a 6-yard-touchdown run and Solon responded with a 34-yard touchdown pass from Gallagher to Hicks.
Then in the fourth, Twinsburg took over when Anthony Ellis scored on a 23-yard touchdown pass from Washington.
Then a Solon interception set up the go-ahead drive by Twinsburg, capped off by a Tyrone McGuinea touchdown run.
BOX SCORE1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr FINAL Twinsburg 0 7 7 15 29 Solon 9 7 6 0 22