Rock Hill Redmen (0-7, 0-2) at River Valley Raiders (1-6, 0-2)
Last Week: Rock Hill 41-6 loss at South Point; River Valley 56-14 loss at Coal Grove.
Last Meeting: 2011, Rock Hill won 48-14 at RHHS.
Current head-to-head streak: Rock Hill has won 3 straight.
RHHS Offense Last Week: 171 rushing yards, 0 passing yards.
RVHS Offense Last Game: N/A.
RHHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Chance Blankenship (16-92, TD), QB Gabe Marzicola (0-2-0, 2 INTs), WR None.
RVHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: N/A.
RHHS Defense Last Week: 176 rushing yards, 9 passing yards.
RVHS Defense Last Game: N/A.
Notes: A pair of winless league teams looking to end losing streaks square off this Friday in Bidwell when Rock Hill comes to River Valley for Homecoming. The Raiders have lost six straight decisions since a Week 1 win over Southern, and RVHS will be looking for its first home win at the new stadium. RVHS had been outscored 294-102 this fall, including a 110-41 margin in two OVC losses. The Raiders — who have surrendered 34-or-more points in each of their last six contests — have also reached double-digits offensively in all but one game. The Redmen have lost eight straight regular season games, including all seven this fall by a combined 309-62 scoring margin. RHHS has also been outscored 103-13 in two OVC setbacks. The Redmen have reached double-digits offensively in just two games this year and have also been shut out twice this season. Rock Hill has allowed at least 28 points in all seven games this year.
Wellston Golden Rockets (2-5, 0-2) at Meigs Marauders (2-5, 1-1)
Last Week: Wellston 33-6 loss vs. Nelsonville-York; Meigs 27-12 win at Vinton County.
Last Meeting: 2011, Meigs won 21-12 at Wellston.
Current head-to-head streak: Meigs has won 1 straight.
WHS Offense Last Week: 184 rushing yards, 25 passing yards.
MHS Offense Last Game: 270 rushing yards, 59 passing yards.
WHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Noah Massie (18-143, TD), QB Jake Waldron (2-12-25), WR Dakota Brown (1-22).
MHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Dillon Boyer (10-135, TD), QB Dillon Boyer (5-12-59, TD), WR Devon Cundiff (3-42, TD).
WHS Defense Last Week: 339 rushing yards, 33 passing yards.
MHS Defense Last Game: 127 rushing yards, 154 passing yards.
Notes: Last week’s Meigs win snapped a three game losing streak. The Golden Rockets have now lost two games in a row. Wellston has defeated Meigs six out of the last 10 times they played. The Marauders have averaged 3.8 yards per carry over their last three contests. Nelsonville-York is the only common opponent between WHS and Meigs, both teams lost to the Buckeyes. Wellston fell 33-6 in week seven to NYHS, while MHS lost to the Buckeyes 54-8 in week six action. The Marauders have given up 30 or more points in three games this season, which is already once more than they surrendered last year.Wellston averaged 4.18 yards per play last week against NYHS. The Golden Rockets are still looking for their first TVC Ohio win. Meigs is 0-3 at home this season, while Wellston is 1-2 on the road.
Gallia Academy Blue Devils (5-2, 2-0) at Warren Warriors (2-5, 0-2)
Last Week: Gallia Academy 49-21 win vs. Portsmouth; Warren 38-7 loss at Chillicothe.
Last Meeting: 2011, Gallia Academy won 27-13 at Gallia Academy.
Current head-to-head streak: GAHS has won 11 straight.
GAHS Offense Last Week: 352 rushing yards, 77 passing yards.
WHS Offense Last Game: 44 rushing yards, 117 passing yards.
GAHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Wade Jarrell (7-191, 3TDs), QB Wade Jarrell (6-12-72, INT, TD), WR Reid Eastman (1-40, TD).
WHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Dylan Leffingwell (11-27-117, TD).
GAHS Defense Last Week: 125 rushing yards, 219 passing yards.
WHS Defense Last Game: N/A rushing yards, N/A passing yards.
Notes: The Blue Devils will look to remain unbeaten in the SEOAL, while Warren will be looking for its first league win. 1998 was the last time WHS defeated Gallia Academy, when the Warriors took the 33-0 victory. There is one common opponent between the two teams this year, Chillicothe. GAHS defeated the Cavs 20-7 in week six, while Warren fell to CHS 38-7 last week. Chillicothe’s Markel Cain gained 142 yards on 23 carries against Warren, while gaining 82 yards on 15 carries against the Blue Devils. GAHS had 251 total yards against Chillicothe, while Warren totaled just 161 yards against the Cavs. The Blue Devils have committed a total of 13 penalties for 110 yards in SEOAL play this season. The Blue Devils are Gallia Academy is on a four game winning streak, but the combine record of its last four opponents is 5-23. GAHS is 2-1 on the road this year while WHS is 1-2 at home.
Eastern Eagles (4-3) at Doddridge County Bulldogs (5-2)
Last Week: Eastern 39-0 loss vs. Trimble; Doddridge County 58-18 win vs. Gilmer County.
Last Meeting: Not Available.
Current head-to-head streak: Not Available.
EHS Offense Last Week: 80 rushing yards, 62 passing yards.
DCHS Offense Last Game: 383 rushing yards, 51 passing yards.
EHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Joey Scowden (20-70), QB Joey Scowden (6-16-62, 3INTs), WR Alex Amos (3-40).
DCHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Wyatt Ford (18-150, 2TD), QB David Lipscomb (2-4-37, TD), WR Daniel Plaugher (3TDs).
EHS Defense Last Week: 181 rushing yards, 162 passing yards.
DCHS Defense Last Game: N/A rushing yards, N/A passing yards.
Notes: Doddridge County has not defeated a team with a winning record this season. Eastern had its three game winning streak snapped with last week’s loss to Trimble. Last week Eastern suffered its first shutout loss since week eight of last season. Only one game the Eagles have played this season has been within 25 points. Three of Doddridge County’s games have been within two scores this season. Eastern is the only Ohio school that the Bulldogs play this season. DCHS is 3-1 at home this season while EHS is 2-1 on the road. This game is the beginning of Eastern’s two game road trip, while this ends Doddridge County’s four game home stand.
Southern Tornadoes (2-5, 2-3) at Waterford Wildcats (2-5, 1-4)
Last Week: Southern 49-6 win vs. Miller; Waterford 41-18 win vs. Green.
Last Meeting: 2011, Waterford won 32-19 at Southern.
Current head-to-head streak: Waterford has won 2 straight.
SHS Offense Last Week: 259 rushing yards, 148 passing yards.
WHS Offense Last Game: 301 rushing yards, 73 passing yards.
SHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Tyler Barton (20-165, 2TDs), QB Tristen Wolfe (3-7-120, 3TDs), WR Trenton Deem (1-73, TD).
WHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Hunter Munjas (22-218, 3Tds), QB Devon Patterson (3-4-73), WR Austin Shriver (3-73).
SHS Defense Last Week: 9 rushing yards, 68 passing yards.
WHS Defense Last Game: N/A rushing yards, N/A passing yards.
Notes: Waterford’s win last week snapped a five game losing streak, while the Tornadoes snapped a four game skid last week. Southern is coming off it’s biggest win since the 2008 season. The Wildcats offense put up its highest point total this season against Green last week. WHS averaged 6.7 yards per carry last week, while SHS averaged 6.8 yards per carry. Southern has not won at Waterford in the last 10 years. Waterford’s Hunter Munjas scored four touchdowns last week, three on runs and one on an interception return. Jacob Stewart and Austin Lang also scored for the Wildcats last week.The Tornadoes are 0-3 on the road this year, while Waterford is 1-2 at home.