We have announced our games for the final week of the regular season and we have three great match-ups this Friday night on AM930 and WEOL.com.
Our Kolczun & Kolczun Radio Gridiron Clash sets the tone on Friday night when Olmsted Falls travels to Avon. The Bulldogs enter the night with a 7-2 overall record and a chance to clinch a playoff berth. Currently, Olmsted Falls stands in fifth place in the DII Region 6 standings. Last Friday night the Bulldogs bulldozer of a running back, Spencer Linville, rushed for 254 yards and three touchdowns in a win over North Olmsted. The Avon Eagles clinched a home playoff game with their win last Friday over Berea-Midpark, but a perfect season is on the line this week. The Eagles also boast a strong running game led by Mason McLemore. Pregame begins at 6:30pm on Friday night. You can hear the game live online by clicking on the teams helmets.
The Kolczun & Kolczun Online Gridiron Clash this week is a battle for the Lake Erie League title between Lorain and Cleveland Heights. The Titans clinched a playoff spot with their dominating win over Bedford last Friday night, but a win this week would certainly help the odds of Loarain hosting a game during the first week of the postseason. At eighth place in DI Region 1, Cleveland Heights sits on the bubble of a postseason berth. A win would guarantee the Tigers a place in the playoff bracket. Our coverage of the Lake Erie League Championship begins at 6:30pm on Friday night. You can hear the game live on Stream 2 by clicking on the teams helmets.
This weeks Tri-C Medina County Match-Up takes us back to Medina where the Battling Bees host the Solon Comets. A win for Medina would give them a share of the Greater Cleveland Conference along with Solon. Depending on the out come of our stream 2 game, a win for Medina could possibly allow them to jump Lorain in the DI Region 2 standing and claim home field advantage for the opening round. While Medina’s offense has been the most effective in the GCC with 45 points a game, Solon’s defense has been equally as impressive holding teams to a league low 11 points a game. GCC title is on the line Friday night starting at 6:30pm on Stream 3. Hear the game live by clicking on the helmets.