Frontier Cougars (1-0) at Southern Tornadoes (1-0)
Last Week: Southern defeated Notre Dame 21-18 in Portsmouth; Frontier lost to Shenandoah 44-14 in New Matamoras.
Last meeting between the teams: August 5, 2014. Frontier defeated Southern 18-7 in New Matamoras.
Current head-to-head streak: Frontier has 1 straight.
SHS Offense Last Week: 52 rushing yards, 95 passing yards.
FHS Offense Last Week: 119 rushing yards, 57 passing yards.
SHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Blake Johnson 8-of-10 95 yards, 3TDs; RB Kody Greene 12 carries, 30 yards; WR Crenson Rogers 4 catches, 58 yards, 2TD.
FHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Damon Matheny 2-of-10 62 yards, TD; RB Derrick Heddleston 16 carries, 56 yards; WR Nick Camino 1 reception, 52 yards, TD.
SHS Defense Last Week: N/A rushing yards, 34 passing yards.
FHS Defense Last Week: 250 rushing yards, 182 passing yards.
Five things to note:
1. The Tornadoes have only started a season with back-to-back wins twice in the last 10 years. Southern won its first five games of 2013 and its first two of 2006.
2. The Purple and Gold are 4-1 at home in each of the last two seasons. The Cougars posted a 3-2 road record in 2014, their first winning road mark since 2009.
3. Southern’s three point margin of victory last week was it’s narrowest since claiming a 16-13 win over Waterford on October 16, 2009. SHS had lost their last three games that were decided by three-or-less points.
4. The last Washington County team to claim victory at Roger Lee Adams Memorial Football Field was the 2011 Waterford Wildcats. Along with Frontier, both Waterford and Belpre will visit Racine this fall.
5. Last year’s 6-4 Frontier record was the first winning mark for the Cougars since 2009. The 2004 season was Frontier’s last playoff appearance and it’s third straight.
Meigs Marauders (1-0) at Amanda-Clearcreek Aces (1-0)
Last Week: Meigs defeated Gallia Academy 26-12 in Rocksprings; Amanda-Clearcreek defeated Lakewood 48-28 in Hebron.
Last meeting between the teams: first meeting.
MHS Offense Last Week: 231 rushing yards, 140 passing yards.
ACHS Offense Last Week: 298 rushing yards, 198 passing yards.
MHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Cody Bartrum 7-of-12 98 yards, INT; RB Michael Davis 21 carries, 106 yards TD; WR Ty Phelps 5 catches, 61 yards.
ACHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Brayden Neff 11-of-17 189 yards, 2TDs; RB Jordan Leasure 198 yards, 5 TDs; WR Keaton Baldwin 4 receptions, 93 yards, TD.
MHS Defense Last Week: 116 rushing yards, 96 passing yards.
ACHS Defense Last Week: 66 rushing yards, 286 passing yards.
Five things to note:
1. The Marauders will look to win back-to-back games to start the season for the first time since 2008, which is also the only time Meigs qualified for the postseason.
2. Meigs has never faced a team from Fairfield County.
3. Amanda-Clearcreek is a 19-time postseason qualifier, and made the playoffs last season for the first time since 2011. The Aces have won two state titles (1999, 2000) and have been state runner-up three times (1997, 2003, 2004). ACHS is 33-17 in all-time postseason play.
4. Dating back to last season, both Meigs and Amanda-Clearcreek have won three consecutive regular season games.
5. Last season Amanda-Clearcreek posted a 5-2 home record, after losing all four home games in 2013. Meigs was 2-2 on the road last year and 3-2 in 2013.
Eastern Eagles (0-1, 0-0 TVC Hocking) at Miller Falcons (1-0, 1-0)
Last Week: Eastern lost to River 60-6 in Hannibal; Miller defeated Waterford 21-19 in Waterford
Last meeting between the teams: September 5th, 2014. Eastern won 47-20 in Tuppers Plains.
Current head-to-head streak: Eastern has won 8 straight.
EHS Offense Last Week: N/A rushing yards, N/A passing yards.
MHS Offense Last Week: 155 rushing yards, 83 passing yards.
EHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: N/A.
MHS Offensive Leaders Last Week: QB Cole Geil 4-of-6 83 yards, INT; RB Kody McKinniss 28 carries 151 yards, TD; WR Garrett Bartley 1 reception, 45 yards, TD.
EHS Defense Last Week: N/A rushing yards, N/A passing yards.
MHS Defense Last Week: 137 rushing yards, 209 passing yards.
Five things to note:
1. EHS hasn’t started a season with back-to-back losses since 2007 when the Green and Gold lost their first seven games.
2. The Falcons opened the season with a win for the first time since 2009 when MHS claimed a 35-28 victory over Beallsville.
3. Dating back to last season Eastern has lost three of its last four games by over 50 points.
4. Miller’s last victory over the Green and Gold came on October 13, 2006 in Tuppers Plains by a 19-12 count. The Eagles were 0-10 that season.
5. Miller will be looking to win back-to-back games for just the third time since 2001. The Falcons last won back-to-back in 2010.