(WJW) – It’s already Week 9 of Friday Night Touchdown and the weather spoiled some of our plans.
Aurora at Highland and Walsh Jesuit at Padua was postponed to Saturday at 7 p.m. Bedford and Garfield Heights played early with the Bearcats getting the win, 38-32.
After thunderstorms kept Benedictine off the field last week, the Bengals tried to keep their perfect season going, but fell to the Hoban Knights in Akron, 28-10. The Knights have now won seven straight in this rivalry.
The road to a share of the Southwestern Conference title for Olmsted Falls started Friday night as the Bulldogs hosted Avon Lake. Olmsted Falls, led by Rocco Conti, got the victory, 35-3.
Chardon, the defending Division III state champs, beat Willoughby South, 59-13.
Eastlake North beat Brush, 24-19.