Grandview Heights is searching for its initial victory when it travels to Buckeye Valley on Friday, Sept. 25, in MSL-Ohio Division enjoy.
The Bobcats are -4 over-all and -3 in the league even with the particular-groups play of Connor McCormick. The junior functioning again has returned kickoffs for touchdowns in the previous two game titles, which were vibrant spots all through lopsided MSL-Ohio setbacks.
McCormick had a 75-lawn kickoff return for a touchdown on Sept. 11 in a 63-14 decline to traveling to Harvest Prep. He also returned a kickoff 78 yards for a rating in a 77-6 defeat at Liberty Union on Sept 18.
“The kickoff return team is carrying out a good career for us,” mentor Jason Peters explained. “Connor is incredibly quick and pretty brief. In equally of his kickoff returns, he has damaged a tackle or two. The blocking has been fantastic, and he’s creating it come about.”
Buckeye Valley has gained back-to-back again MSL-Ohio contests following edging browsing Whitehall 14-13 on Sept. 18 to improve to 2-2 over-all and 2-1 in the league. It also defeated Bexley 31-26 on Sept. 11.
Quarterback Anthony Hughes accounted for both equally Buckeye Valley touchdowns from the Rams. He scored on a 4-garden run and linked with large receiver Ben Fisher on a 42-lawn touchdown go in the next quarter. Felipe Scharff kicked both of those more points, which include the decisive stage.
“They’re massive and physical,” Peters claimed. “They have some athletes that they’re going to distribute out a small little bit and check out to get them into open up room.
“They’re really sound on the defense line, and they do not blow gaps. The linebackers enjoy downhill and don’t get dropped on the discipline. They’re disciplined, and they know what they’re accomplishing.”
From Liberty Union, McCormick’s kickoff return in the initially quarter experienced the Bobcats trailing just 7-6 early prior to the Lions erupted for 56 details to establish a 63-6 halftime cushion. Grandview totaled 28 yards of offense.
“We’re battling on offense and the protection is out there on the area way also substantially,” Peters explained. “We have to get better at the small points.”
GRANDVIEW at BUCKEYE VALLEY
•When: 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25
•Last meeting: 2019, Grandview 14-3
•Grandview (-4 over-all, -3 in MSL-Ohio) to day: Lost to Galion Northmor 34- misplaced to Whitehall 22-14 shed to Harvest Prep 64-13 missing to Liberty Union 77-6
•Buckeye Valley (2-2 over-all, 2-1 in MSL-Ohio) to date: Lost to Harvest Prep 56-25 misplaced to Completely ready 20-6 defeated Bexley 31-26 def. Whitehall 14-13
•Top Bobcats: Cory Culp (RB/LB), Connor Dobies (OL/LB), Gabhran Downer (OL/DL), Ian Gecse (TE/DL), Mason Gastesi (TE/DL), Connor McCormick (RB/DB/P), Tristin Pierce (RB/DB), Matthew Taylor (OL/DL) and Jake Zimmerman (OL/DL)
•Top Barons: Keegan Allen (OL/DL), Andre Ash (RB/WR/LB), Alex Contreras (WR/DB/P), Dalton Dodds (WR/DB), Ben Fisher (WR/DB), Fletcher Holquist (OL/DL/LB), Anthony Hughes (QB/DB), Carson Vaulx (LB) and Will Weinberg (TE/LB)