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Wahama White Falcons (8-0, 7-0) at Miller Falcons (1-8, 1-6)


Last Week: Wahama on bye, previous game was a 57-6 win vs. South Gallia; Miller 54-14 loss at Belpre.


Last Meeting: 2011, Wahama won 74-8 at WHS.


Current head-to-head streak: Wahama has won 2 straight.


WHS Offense Last Game: 516 rushing yards, 115 passing yards.


MHS Offense Last Week: 155 rushing yards, 74 passing yards.


WHS Offensive Leaders Last Game: RB Kane Roush (12-249, 5 TDs), QB Trenton Gibbs (5-9-115, TD), WR Kane Roush (3-69, TD).


MHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Dustin Spencer (17-108, TD), QB Garrett Sinift (9-22-74, INT), WR Skylar Hook (3-36).


WHS Defense Last Game: 152 rushing yards, 33 passing yards.


MHS Defense Last Week: 400 rushing yards, 35 passing yards.


Notes: Following a bye week, Wahama aims for its third straight unbeaten TVC Hocking championship this weekend when it travels to Hemlock for a Week 10 matchup at Miller. The White Falcons have won 29 straight regular season contests and are also a perfect 23-0 in TVC Hocking play since joining the league in 2010, and WHS has already clinched a share of the 2012 title. Wahama — currently ranked second in the Class A playoff ratings — is outscoring opponents by a sizable 334-100 overall margin, which also includes a 299-93 margin in league play. The Falcons have lost five straight decision and are 0-4 at home this fall after being outscored by a 425-93 overall margin, which includes a 321-66 discrepancy in TVC Hocking play. Miller has scored more than 14 points only once this season, while the White Falcons’ lowest offensive output this year is 24 points.


Point Pleasant Big Blacks (6-2) at Oak Glen Golden Bears (4-4)


Last Week: Point Pleasant 48-7 win vs. Shady Spring; Oak Glen on bye, previous game was a 33-13 loss at East Liverpool.


Last Meeting: 2011, Point Pleasant won 66-40 in Class AA playoffs at PPHS.


Current head-to-head streak: Point Pleasant has won 1 straight.


PPHS Offense Last Week: 316 rushing yards, 151 passing yards.


OGHS Offense Last Game: N/A.


PPHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: RB Marquez Griffin (6-123 yards, TD), QB Aden Yates (6-7-120, 2 TDs), WR Tylun Campbell (1-66, TD).


OGHS Offensive Leaders Last Game: N/A.


PPHS Defense Last Week: 139 rushing yards, 209 passing yards.


OGHS Defense Last Game: N/A.


Notes: Point Pleasant will make its last of six road trips this season Saturday afternoon when the Big Blacks travel to Oak Glen for a Week 10 matchup in Hancock County. A rematch of last year’s Class AA quartefinal, it will be the second time these schools have ever met on the gridiron — and a first in the regular season. PPHS currently sits tied for 11th with Hurricane in the Class AAA ratings and is also on a two-game winning streak, while the Golden Bears sit 27th in the Class AA ratings as they start a two-game home stand to end the season. Point Pleasant has outscored opponents by a 269-110 overall margin this year and also own a 4-1 mark in road games. OGHS has been outscored 210-181 overall this fall and owns a 1-2 record at home. Neither team has been shutout this season.


Hannan Wildcats (1-7) at Montcalm Generals (4-4)


Last Week: Hannan 53-6 loss at Midland Trail; Montcalm 44-8 win vs. Tygarts Valley.


Last Meeting: 2011, Montcalm won 36-0 at Hannan.


Current head-to-head streak: Montcalm has won 4 straight.


Notes: Hannan ends a four-game road trip this weekend when the Wildcats travel to Montcalm for a Week 10 non-conference matchup in Mercer County. The Wildcats have dropped six straight decisions and own an 0-4 record on the road as they enter their last game away from home. HHS has been outscored by a 321-106 overall margin this fall and the Cats have surrendered at least 32 points in each of their last six games. Hannan’s last win over the Generals came in Week 10 of the 2007 season, a 12-6 decision at HHS. Montcalm snapped a three-game losing skid last week with its win over Tygarts Valley, and the Generals will be playing their season finale this Friday night in front of the home crowd. MHS has nine games scheduled for 2012 and only three of them are at home, and Montcalm is currently 1-1 in those home outings. Montcalm has outscored opponents by a 233-203 overall margin and have not been shut out this season.


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