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WHAT TO WATCH: Midland hosts Woodrow Wilson

Sep. 28, 2012 @ 12:46 AM

HUNTINGTON — Fresh off of an emotional win over rival Huntington High, the road does not get any easier for Class AAA No. 1 Cabell Midland.

The Knights welcome an upstart Woodrow Wilson team to Ona on Friday night in a battle of two of Class AAA’s top 10 teams.

In other action, Buckeye meets Bluegrass for a border war when Ironton takes its undefeated record and top ranking in Ohio’s Division IV, Region 15 on the road against Johnson Central.

Huntington High is idle.

Following is a a look at some of the games:

Woodrow Wilson (4-1)
at Cabell Midland (5-0)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: Knights Stadium
Radio: WCMI 92.7-FM, 98.5-FM The Planet
What to watch — Woodrow Wilson: The Flying Eagles feature Andrew Johnson, one of the state’s most versatily quarterbacks. Johnson can change the game with his arm or his legs. Cabell Midland: The Knights’ rushing attack continues to roll behind Lowell Farley, David Gaydosz and a powerful offensive line.

Spring Valley (2-2) at
Greenbrier East (1-3)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: Spartans Stadium
On the web: www.wfghfm.com
What to watch — Spring Valley: Coming off of a bye week, the Timberwolves should be ready to roll into Lewisburg. Elijah Wellman leads the charge on both sides. Greenbrier East: The Spartans are struggling, but have given Spring Valley fits in recent years, even upsetting them last season.

Logan (4-1) at
Winfield (2-3)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: Generals Stadium
What to watch — Logan: A win could all-but-solidify Logan as a Class AAA playoff team. Winfield: The Generals are hungry to get back to their winning ways after falling late to Point Pleasant last week.

Mingo Central (3-1)
at Wayne (4-0)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: Pioneer Field
On the web: www.wfghfm.com
What to watch — Mingo Central: Since losing their opener, the Miners have won their last three games by an average of 17 points. Wayne: The Pioneers put up a season-low 42 points in a win over Sissonville last week. Yes. That was the season-low in scoring.

Ironton (5-0) at
Johnson Central (4-1)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: Eagle Field
Radio: WIRO 1230-AM, WTCR 1420-AM
What to watch — Ironton: The Fighting Tigers have had an amazing string of huge plays this season, led by Patrick Lewis. Johnson Central: Coach Jim Matney always has his teams ready to go, and these teams have two things in common: they love to run and they can’t stand Ashland.

South Point (0-5)
at Fairland (2-3)
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday
Where: Dragons Stadium
What to watch — South Point: The Pointers are struggling to stop the opposition on defense, and it has resulted in a winless record heading into OVC play. Fairland: After starting the year 2-0, the Dragons have scored just 22 points in their last three games combined.