Eastern Eagles (1-1, 1-0) at Wahama White Falcons (2-0, 1-0)
Last Week: Eastern 47-6 win vs. Miller; Wahama 25-12 win at Trimble.
Last meeting between the teams: 2011 Wahama won 69-0 at Eastern.
Current head-to-head streak: Wahama has won 10 straight.
EHS Offense Last Week: 342 rushing yards, 76 passing yards.
WHS Offense Last Week: 128 rushing yards, 147 passing yards.
EHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Joey Scowden (18-207-3 TDs), QB Joey Scowden (8-13-76-TD), WR Alex Amos (3-42).
WHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Kane Roush (8-76), QB Trenton Gibbs (6-11-147-2 TDs INT), WR Wyatt Zuspan (2-68 TD).
EHS Defense Last Week: 166 rushing yards, 26 passing yards.
WHS Defense Last Week: 68 rushing yards, 132 passing yards.
Notes: Wahama has allowed just 2.9 yards per carry this season. Eastern is allowing 5.5 yards per carry this season. September 7, 2001 was the last time Eastern defeated Wahama. Over the past 10 seasons Wahama holds a 31.7 average margin of victory over the Eagles. Eastern’s Zach Scowden returned an interception for a touchdown last week. Eastern had two touchdown plays of over 20 yards last week, Wahama had four. Eastern committed nine penalties for 60 yards last week while Wahama committed six penalties for 55 yards. Wahama has won 22 straight regular season contests, including all 17 league games as members of the TVC Hocking Division.
Point Pleasant Big Blacks (2-0) at Lewis County Minutemen (1-1)
Last Week: Point Pleasant 40-2 win at Tolsia; Lewis County 50-0 win vs. Preston.
Last Meeting: Teams have never met.
Current head-to-head streak: None.
PPHS Offense Last Week: 160 rushing yds, 100 passing yds.
LCHS Offense Last Week: 243 rushing yds, 9 passing yds.
PPHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Tylun Campbell (10-114-TD), QB Aden Yates (8-11-100-2TDs), WR Anthony Perry (2-46-2TDs).
LCHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Caleb Butcher (6-120-3TDs), QB Braden Montgomery (1-3-9), WR Skylar Carlton (1-9).
PPHS Defense Last Week: 121 rushing yds, 4 passing yds.
LCHS Defense Last Week: 85 rushing yds, 35 passing yds.
Notes: The Big Blacks have amassed 847 yards of total offense and have also outscored opponents by a 97-2 margin through two weeks of play. Point Pleasant has also won 13 straight regular season contests, including six straight road games and seven of eight away from home. The Minutemen forced five turnovers last week against Preston and scored a pair of touchdowns in a non-offensive capacity. Mark Metzgar had a 49-yard fumble recovery for a TD, and Wilson Harvey had a two-yard TD recovery on a blocked punt. Kicker Chris Santalucia was 5-of-6 on PAT kicks and also booted a 42-yard field goal last week. LCHS also lost a 35-7 decision at University in the season opener.
Federal Hocking Lancers (1-1) at Hannan Wildcats (1-1)
Last Week: Fed Hock 16-14 win vs. Waterford; Hannan 22-20 win vs. Hundred.
Last Meeting: Not available.
Current head-to-head streak: Not available.
FHHS Offense Last Week: 53 rushing yds, 224 passing yds.
HHS Offense Last Week: Not available.
FHHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Delbert Crum (14-82-TD), QB Kyle Jackson (19-34-224-TD), WR Alex Nichols (6-96).
HHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: Individual stats were not received last week.
FHHS Defense Last Week: 131 rushing yds, 26 passing yds.
HHS Defense Last Week: Not available.
Notes: Hannan has scored 22 points in each of its two contests this year, and the Wildcats also defeated Hundred last year in Week 2 by a 22-0 count. After losing 18 straight home games, Hannan has now won two of its last four contests in front of the home crowd. The Lancers received a 26-yard field goal from Terrance Mayle with 3:56 left in regulation last week to earn its first win of the year. Fed Hock lost its Week 1 home opener by a 22-21 count against Alexander. The Lancers haven’t won an out-of-state game since 2006, when they defeated Wahama 14-7 in a Week 2 contest at Bachtel Stadium in Mason, W.Va.