DOVER Dover passed its first East Central Ohio League test Friday night.
WHEN Friday, 7:30 p.m.
SITE Sulsberger Memorial Stadium
RECORDS Dover 5-1, 1-0; Zanesville 5-1, 1-0
COLUMBUS GlenOak continues to lead its region while a number of playoff regulars throughout the 2000s are on the outside looking in after today’s release of the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s weekly football computer ratings.
DOVER At times, it was the pass-happy contest most had expected.
But it was the ground game that decided it.
TIME 7:30 p.m.
SITE Crater Stadium
RECORDS Claymont 4-1, 1-1; Dover 4-1, 0-0
Footballs could be filling the sky at Crater Stadium Friday night when a couple of pass-happy teams get together for an East Central Ohio League shootout.
The Dover Tornadoes host the Claymont Mustangs in a battle between a pair of 4-1 teams.
COLUMBUS The Ohio High School Athletic Association released its second weekly football computer ratings today and GlenOak is the only area school to be leading a region.
Halfway through. That’s where we find ourselves in the current football season.
There have been a few surprises, while others are performing as expected.
Here are a few thoughts on what to expect in the backstretch.
DOVER If Friday night’s Dover-Toledo Woodward matchup was a prize fight, it would have been stopped in the first round.
The Tornadoes tallied a school-record 49 points in the first quarter as they knocked out the Polar Bears 62-0 in a non-conference high school football contest at Crater Stadium.
That’s who the Dover High football team will be facing Friday night when the Toledo City League squad makes the three-hour plus journey to Crater Stadium.
Kickoff is set for a special start time of 7 p.m.
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