After facing predominantly passing and running football teams the past two weeks, the Dover Tornadoes will get a little dose of both Friday night.
Dover (2-1) will host undefeated Tri-Valley (3-0) in a nonconference clash at Crater Stadium.
DOVER In a continued effort to involve the Dover Public Library with the community, Jim Gill looked to something he knows a bit about.
Dover High football coach Dan Ifft had a unique way of looking at the Tornadoes’ tough 43-42 loss at Canfield Friday night.
CANFIELD The only two meetings between Dover and Canfield were exciting contests with the home team coming out on top in each one.
Friday night was no different.
A pair of 2-0 high school football teams will clash when Dover travels to Canfield on Friday night.
It’s the third straight season the Division III Tornadoes have tangled with the Division II Cardinals.
Dover’s first trip to Canfield in 2009 resulted in a bitter 22-21 double-overtime loss decided on a 2-point conversion.
Dover at Canfield
TIME 7:30 p.m.
SITE Canfield Cardinal Stadium
RECORDS Dover 2-0, Canfield 2-0
LAST WEEK Dover 27, Ashland 26; Canfield 41, Canton South 14
DOVER After Friday night’s performance, Dover coach Dan Ifft found out what kind of team he has.
A pretty tough one.
Football Fridays are special in the Tuscarawas Valley.
Especially the ones that kick off the home part of season.
Dover’s home opener was surrounded by plenty of pomp and circumstance.
DOVER It was a war of attrition at hot and muggy Crater Stadium on Friday night. And Dover won.
Both Claymont and Indian Valley will be looking for win No. 2 Friday night when the Mustangs head to Kelley Field in Midvale.
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