Friday Night Touchdown: Week 4 big game results

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It’s week four of Friday Night Touchdown, and there were several marquee games to keep an eye on.

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Our crews were out at 25 games throughout Northeast Ohio.

The Friday Night Touchdown game of the week featured Wadsworth and Tallmadge.  Both teams were 3-0, Tallmadge is the only one still undefeated with a 13-7 win.

Two big schools squared off in Hudson when Mitch Gaudagni and the Explorers hosted the Blue Devils of Brunswick. Hudson is number two in the Fox 8 Top 8.  They will probably stay put as they beat Brunswick 41-14 Friday night.

The number three Mentor Cards put their 3-0 mark on the line when they hosted Twinsburg at Osborne Stadium in Mentor. The Cardinals are now 4-0, as they tamed the Twinsburg Tigers 54-7 Friday night.

Nordonia, this weeks number 4 team, tussled with Highland and came out on top. The Knights struck quickly as they scored 27 points in the first quarter and never looked back. The Knights have several highly skilled point producers, ignited by quarterback David Murray.
Nordonia beat Highland 44-21.

Number 6 Avon hosted Lakewood. In a blow-out victory, Avon beat the Rangers 35-0.

The number 7 Bedford Bearcats hosted Cleveland Heights, still smarting after losing to the Glenville Tarblooders last week.

Bedford cracked into the Top 8 thanks to an impressive win over the previously unbeaten Bengals of Benedictine. The Bearcats continued their winning streak with a 48-14 win over Cleveland Heights Friday.

Number 8 Strongsville was home at Pat Catan Stadium to take on the Solon Comets. Solon won 19-7.

SKYFOX flew above several top games and captured highlights from the airborne cameras.

You never know what you might see on Friday Night Touchdown. Its the best spot to see the spectacle that is high school football in Northeast Ohio.

We look forward to seeing you next week 11pm for week five of Friday Night Touchdown.