(WJW) – It’s already Week 5 of Friday Night Touchdown. It was another gorgeous night for football, featuring a frenzy of games to look at.
The Friday Night Touchdown Game of the Week was between Rootstown and Southeast, which received 50% of the total votes from viewers. Southeast edged Rootstown, 14-7, remaining undefeated.
The red hot Medina Bees traveled to Strongsville to take on the Mustangs. The Bees have been scoring 34 points a game.
Medina came out on top, 48-13.
Right behind Medina in the Division 1, Region 1 computer rankings was undefeated St. Ed’s. They took their offensive show on the road to Massillon to face the Tigers.
Massillon kept their undefeated status with a 35-18 win.
It was a tough Southwestern Conference opener for both Avon and Elyria. The Eagles lost to their rivals Avon Lake 30-24, and Elyria lost to Berea-Midpark. Avon entered week five 2-2. They haven’t had a start to a season like this since 2009. Elyria was 3-1.
Avon took home the victory, 48-6.
The Rangers from North Ridgeville made the short 13-minute trip east to take on Olmsted Falls.
Olmstead Falls came out on top with a 49-19 victory.
Week 5 featured a Lorain County showdown in Columbia Station as undefeated Columbia hosted Brookside. The Raiders were ranked second in Division 6, Region 21. Columbia entered the game putting up 179 points. Brookside was 2-1 and 1-0 in conference play.
Columbia won the showdown, 42-6.
It was the civil war between Willoughby South and Eastlake North. Matt Duffy and the Rebels were unbeaten and had this battle on their home turf.
Willoughby South saw a 38-7 win over Eastlake North.
Defending state champion Chardon traveled to Mayfield to take on the Wildcats, winning 41-7
All in all, FOX 8 cameras covered 20 games for another edition of Friday Night Touchdown.