Week 6 has came and went, and what a week it was. St. Vincent-St. Mary remained unbeaten, and pretty easily drubbing Northwest 61-7. Stow and Hudson were close until the 4th quarter, when Hudson turned on the burners and pulled away, winning 20-7, remaining unbeaten. Nordonia, Indian Valley, and Massillon remained unbeaten as well. All-in-all, there is nine undefeated teams in the area. Who will fall? Who will keep this momentum going all season long? Make sure to check back here every Friday night to find out.
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It's been all SVSM, all night. They lead Northwest 61-0.
Stow and Hudson still have yet to light up the scoreboard. Lots of mistakes in that 0-0 battle of unbeatens.
Nordonia is still up on Copley 28-20.
Bruce Kinsey hooks up with his brother Coltin for a 27 yard TD to put Nordonia up 35-14 over Tallmadge in the 4th.
Mogadore leads Streetsboro 40-15
The second half is underway between SVSM and Northwest. The Irish still lead 47-0.
Nordonia still leads Copley 28-20. Highland is still out front over Tallmadge 21-14. Mogadore still leads Streetsboro 33-15. Stow and Hudson are in a defensive struggle and tied 0-0 at the half.
The score in the SVSM-Northwest game is quickly getting out of hand. It's 47-0 at the half.
Nordonia is still in front over Copley, but the Indians are giving them all they can handle. Nordonia leads 28-20.
Highland still leads Tallmadge 21-14.
Brandon Berry is going off for Mogadore. He has 215 yards and 3 touchdowns through halftime, including touchdown runs of 70 yards and 55 yards. The Wildcats lead Streetsboro 33-15.
Stow and Hudson still have yet to get on the board.
One quarter in the book on Green Street. SVSM leads Northwest 14-0.
Tallmadge has jumped out to a 14-7 lead over Highland.
Nordonia has extended the lead over Copley to 14-6.
Mogadore's offense looks like it's back to form. Brandon Berry has touchdown runs of 70 yards and 55 yards and the Wildcats lead Streetsboro 19-15.
Stow and Hudson are underway, but neither team is on the scoreboard yet.
Parris Campbell, Jr. returned a punt 89 yards to put SVSM up early over Northwest 7-0.
Highland also got off to a fast start. They lead Tallmadge 7-0.
Nordonia blocked a Copley punt and took it in for a touchdown to take the 7-0 lead.
Mogadore and Streetsboro are both on the board, but a missed Mogadore PAT after a 70 yard Brandon Berry run makes it 7-6 Streetsboro.
No score yet in the Stow/Hudson game. It was scheduled for 7:30 but the teams were going to try to start early in an attempt to beat the weather.
Games to Watch
Canal Fulton Northwest (2-3) at #1 SVSM (5-0) The Irish continue to roll over their opponents, including a 41-6 stomping of Hoban in the Holy War last week. Tonight, they face a Northwest team that's having a bit of a down year at 2-3. They'll need to play near-perfect football to even have a chance tonight.
#8 Hudson (5-0) at Stow (5-0) Anytime there's a battle of undefeateds in Week 6, it's special. The team that wins this one all but guarantees itself a playoff spot. Hudson will rely on QB Mitchell Guadagni and a stingy defense. Stow needs to get its offense back in gear after a low-scoring game a week ago.
Tallmadge (4-1) at #10 Highland (5-0) This game will be a big test for both teams. Tallmadge will need to control mistakes, but if they do they stand to pick up a lot of computer points. Highland's running attack has been fantastic all year, and a win over the defending Suburban League champions would go a long way to prove why they're in the top 10 in the state.
Copley (3-2) at Nordonia (5-0) Copley had a tough loss to Highland last week, but they can get things back on track by knocking off undefeated Nordonia, which got some votes in the AP poll this week but wound up unranked. David Murray had a career high 5 touchdown passes in the win against Green last week, and Jordan Nobles continues to impress. Copley's defense will need to step up if they want to go home with a win.
#7 Mogadore (4-1) at Streetsboro (4-1) It's not often that we say this before November, but Mogadore lost a game last week. Woodridge beat them 27-13 and knocked them from the top of the rankings in Division VI. The Wildcats face another big test tonight in Streetsboro, which has played in the PTC Metro Division the last two years. The Rockets are no strangers to big games, and their spread offense is working well. If they can hold Mogadore RB Brandon Berry under 100 yards like Woodridge did last week, this could be an exciting matchup.