CLEVELAND (WJW) — It’s Week 6 of Friday Night Touchdown!
We began with a team looking for revenge. (4-1) Kenston hit the road to play (3-2) Chardon. Last fall, the Chardon Hilltoppers edged out the Kenston Bombers with a 3-point win on the road.
Tonight, the Bombers looked to move to (5 and 1) with a big road win to open up Wester Reserve Conference play.
Kenston took the win over Chardon, 31-21.
A former Western Reserve Conference school, and John Sabol’s alma mater, the Hudson Explorers, hosted a huge Suburban League Conference game when Wadsworth came to town. Both schools were 4-1 and were tied for first place in the Suburban League.
In the end, Wadsworth came out on top, 19-13.
Finally, it’s our Friday Night Touchdown Game of the Week: (4-1) St. Vincent-St. Mary hosted (5-0) Walsh Jesuit. Walsh’s last regular season loss was one year ago today against Hoban. The Fighting Irish looked to end the streak tonight but it would be tough sledding. Walsh Warriors are one of the highest-scoring teams in Northeast Ohio, averaging 48 points a game.
Walsh Jesuit won the sixth Game of the Week, 43-13.
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