We've reached the midway point of the season, and things are starting to shake out a bit.
St. Vincent St. Mary defeats Hoban in the "Holy War" 41-6. Parris Campbell, Jr. played a strong game returning an interception for a touchdown and running for another score. SVSM moves on to 5-0 while Hoban falls to 2-3. In other big games around the area, Ravenna fell to 0-5 on the season falling to rival Kent Roosevelt 28-14; Stow remained unbeaten beating previously undefeat Shaker Heights 14-6, and Highland stayed in the ranks of perfection beating Copley 42-14.
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Games to Watch
#1 SVSM at Hoban If you live in the Akron area, this is your Holy War. The Irish will look to go to 5-0 and continue their dominance this season against a Hoban team that has improved quite a bit in the early part of the season and found an outstanding running back in freshman Todd Sibley.
Kent Roosevelt at Ravenna It's the 99th meeting between the Rough Riders and Ravens, but the first on a blue field. Ravenna has struggled mightily so far this year, but a win over Kent Roosevelt would go a long way to turn things around. But they'll need to get through an impressive Rough Rider offense.
Shaker Heights at Stow This battle of undefeateds will be a big test for the Bulldogs, who come off a 39-6 win against Cuyahoga Falls last week. To go to 5-0, they'll need to stop Shaker Heights running back Rameses Owens, who racked up 200 yards and 2 touchdowns a week ago against Normandy.
Green at Nordonia This is one of two big matchups in the Suburban League tonight. Green quarterback John Davies had an impressive game last week, putting up 282 yards and 4 touchdowns. But Nordonia is off to an undefeated start, and the combination of star running back Jordan Nobles and quarterback David Murray will be tough for Green to beat.
Highland at Copley After the loss to Tallmadge in overtime last week, this is all but a must-win for Copley if they want to stay in the picture for the Suburban League crown. Highland barely escaped with a 24-23 win over Wadsworth last week after waiting out a rain delay. Both teams will look to have a bit more comfortable lead after 48 minutes tonight.