FENWICK VS. BADIN AT EDGEWOOD
The Rams are 5-0 and have won 33-straight regular-season games, including victories over Division I Hamilton and Division II Col. St. Francis DeSales and Edgewood earlier this campaign. The Falcons are off to a 4-1 start for a second-straight season. … Falcons junior Austin Rickert has thrown for 433 yards and two touchdowns, which has set up the rushing game with junior Connor Schmuelling. The running back has rushed for 451 yards and 10 scores. … Rams senior quarterback Alex Ritzie has thrown for 776 yards, eight touchdowns and no interceptions. He was 11 of 17 passing for 137 yards and two TDs in Badin’s 49-12 win over Hughes in Week 5. … Fenwick had its four-game winning streak snapped last week in a 28-25 loss to Mount Healthy. … Badin has won three in a row against Fenwick, including a 14-6 contest in 2022.
FAIRFIELD AT HAMILTON
The Indians (1-4) have beaten the Big Blue (3-2) in eight of the last 10 meetings. Hamilton is coming off a heartbreaking loss to state-ranked Princeton on a last-second touchdown pass.
COLERAIN AT LAKOTA EAST
The Thunderhawks (0-5) are off to their worst start since the 2009 season. The Cardinals (0-5) are coming off a 38-7 loss to Lakota West in Week 5. Lakota East quarterback Jamison Kitna leads the Greater Miami Conference in passing with 948 yards.
MIDDLETOWN AT MASON
The Middies (3-2) are coming off a 21-14 win over Lakota East, which snapped a two-game losing streak. Middletown has lost eight straight games to Mason (2-3). The last time the Middies beat the Comets (21-14) was Oct. 21, 2011.
LAKOTA WEST AT SYCAMORE
The Firebirds (3-2) have won three in a row and outscored their last three opponents 106-7. Lakota West has given up just 143.2 total yards a game, which is first in the Greater Miami Conference. The Aviators (3-2) had their three-game winning streak snapped in a 27-21 loss to Oak Hills in Week 5.
EDGEWOOD AT BELLBROOK
The Cougars (1-4) open Southwestern Buckeye League Southwestern Division play on the road against the Eagles (2-3). Both teams are coming off Week 5 losses — Edgewood fell to Chaminade Julienne 28-7, and Bellbrook lost to Alter 20-13.
MADISON AT EATON
The Mohawks (4-1) had their four-game winning streak snapped in a 42-21 loss to Brookville last week, while the Eagles (4-1) had their four-game winning streak snapped in a 35-27 loss to Valley View.
FRANKLIN AT MONROE
The Hornets (2-3) open up Southwestern Buckeye League Southwestern play against the Wildcats (1-4). Franklin won its first game of the season in a 26-0 victory over Carlisle. Monroe rushed for 451 yards and six scores in a 48-21 win over Washington Courthouse in Week 5. Hornets senior EJ Jyan had 216 rushing yards and a score last week.
TURPIN AT LEBANON
The Warriors (2-3) have lost three out of their last four games and two out of the last three against the Spartans (2-3). Lebanon sophomore quarterback has thrown for 1,069 yards and 10 touchdowns this season. Turpin junior QB Devan Nigam has 1,196 yards passing and eight touchdowns.
CARLISLE AT BROOKVILLE
The Indians (2-3) have lost three in a row following a 26-0 loss to Franklin. Carlisle’s Blake Lawson has 624 yards rushing and six touchdowns. The Blue Devils (4-1) average 37.4 points a game. Carlisle has lost six straight games to Brookville, including a 41-0 postseason loss in 2015.
ROSS AT WAYNESVILLE
The Rams (1-4) have lost two in a row and hit the road against the Spartans (4-1), who are on a four-game winning streak. Ross senior running back Riley Caldwell leads the Southwestern Buckeye League with 675 yards rushing and 11 touchdowns. Waynesville junior quarterback Alex Amburgy has thrown for a SWBL-best 959 yards and seven touchdowns.
TALAWANDA AT FORT LORAMIE
The Brave (1-4) are coming off their first win in a 37-21 victory over Carroll last week. That halted Talawanda’s eight-game losing streak dating back to the 2022 season. The Redskins (2-3) are led by junior quarterback Max Maurer, who ran for a season-high 139 yards and threw for 82 yards and a TD against Meadowdale last week. Fort Loramie’s Will Holland ran for over 100 yards and had three scores. The Redskins totaled 350 yards of offense.
CLARK MONTESSORI AT NEW MIAMI
The Vikings (1-4) received word that their Week 2 game was declared a win due to an ineligible player suiting up for Riverview East. New Miami has been outscored 214-46 this season. De’Lorean James leads Clark Montessori (2-2) with 341 rushing yards and three scores.