Grant at Newaygo
Outbreak of COVID caused the Tigers to forfeit this classic rivalry game that has provided the best show in the area for more than half a century
Tri County at Fremont
Hard to say. The Packers are better than their score translates and new head coach Carpenter is still instituting his brand of football handicapped by a shortened prep time.
The Vikings look strong defensively yielding just a pair of TDs while splitting their games with a win over Newaygo and a one point loss to Grant.
The Pack will air it out and the Vikes haven’t faced a team that throws the ball as much as Fremont does. Look for success for the home team to depend on the air attack and the defense playing like they did in the second half against Ludington.
Hesperia at Morley Stanwood
The Panthers played Kent City tough and could give the ‘Hawks a run for it. A sparse home crowd can only help Doug Bolles’s squad since Morley generally provides a spirited crowd.
Holton at Kent City
The Red Devils are undefeated but so is Kent City but quite frankly, KC has played better teams. This is not the offensive juggernaut Eagles of recent years but the defense is strong and the Devs will have to find creative ways to score
White Cloud at Lakeview
This is likely the best chance for both teams to get a conference win. Neither team scores much but both have seen scoring opportunities stalled by flags and fumbles.
Reed City at Central Montcalm.
Good matchup of the top teams in the Gold, both undefeated.
Chippewa Hills at Big Rapids
Two teams looking for win #1