SUGARCREEK We’ll just cut right to the chase and say this was an old-fashioned butt-whoopin’.
It’s hard to believe, but tonight will mark the halfway point of the high school football regular season.
A number of big games are on the docket across the Tuscarawas Valley this evening as conference and postseason positioning begins to heat up.
It’s hard to believe the 2015 high school football regular season is at the halfway point as Week 5 looms Friday night.
With four weeks down, no team has held on to the top spot of the rankings for more than a week as a new No. 1 graces the rankings.
Sandy Valley (3-1, 0-1) at Garaway (2-2, 1-0)
WHEN 7 p.m., Friday
LAST WEEK Ridgewood 21, Sandy Valley 7; Garaway 47, East Canton 26
In Week 4, Garaway Pirates and East Canton Hornets put on an offensive show. Pirates won 47-26. QB Dallas Foster threw for 445 yards and 6 touchdowns.
After playing non-conference games to open their 2015 seasons, many teams (not independents) dive into their first taste of league play this week.
MIDVALE When Indian Valley needed to take control of the game, the Braves turned things over to their offensive line.
Two fourth-quarter touchdowns later, the Braves wrapped up a 28-15 victory over Garaway in a physical game at Kelley Field.
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