(WJW) – It’s Week 10 of the high school football season and our FOX 8 crews were all over Northeast Ohio covering the top games.
The game voted as the FNTD Game of the Week featured the Olmsted Falls Bulldogs travelling that short distance to Finnie Stadium to face the Berea-Midpark Titans. The two teams vied for a Southwestern Conference title share. Olmstead Falls defeated Berea-Midpark 63-49.
The Chardon Hilltoppers are defending champs in Division 3 and they hosted Eastlake North tonight. Chardon is number one in their region in playoff computer points. They took the win in a blowout match, 38-0.
SkyFox was high above Solon to watch the Comets’ quest to slow down the great passing of Medina quarterback Drew Allar. It wasn’t enough, though, as Medina came out on top with a 49-7 win.
The high flying St. Edward Eagles had a tough road test when they visited the always tough Knights of Akron Hoban. That was at Dowed Field in Akron. St. Edward overcame Akron-Hoban, 28-17.
Also in the Rubber City, we saw the Walsh Jesuit Warriors, riding a six-game winning streak, head to the home field of the Fighting Irish of Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary. Walsh Jesuit won 35-14.
The Euclid Panthers hope to avoid a winless season, but the prospects were pretty tough for them tonight. They were in Mentor to face coach Matt Gray and the Mentor Cardinals. Mentor came out with a 48-7 victory.
Those were a small sampling of the contests on tap on a very cool, but perfect night for high school football.