High School Game of the Week

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St. Joseph and Lorain face off in Week 4 of HSGOTW


Nepean Football North-St. Joseph @ Lorain Titans
Records: Nepean Football North-St. Joseph 0-3; Lorain 2-1
What: Non-conference game
Date of Game: Sept. 14 2018
Kickoff: 7:00 p.m.
Location: George Daniel Stadium; 2601 Oberlin Ave, Lorain OH 44052

In the Week three High School Game of the Week presented by Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) matchup Lorain Titans will host the Nepean Football North-St. Joseph. The Titans, led by head coach Dave McFarland, enter the game with a 2-1 record while St. Joseph enters with a 0-3 record on the season.

St. Joes – Football North comes into this game hungry for their first win of the season. They recorded a season high, 22 points scored last week against Cardinal Mooney High School, but it wasn't enough to walk away with a win. Arthur Hamlin, who has been the heart of the defense for St. Joes leads the team into Lorain to take on the Titans. Hamlin is the second player from St. Joes – Football North to receive a NCAA Division I offer from Colgate University.

The Lorain Titans go into this week coming off a big 40-7 win against the Elyria Pioneers. The Titans are a young, but talented team. Their offense is led by junior quarterback, Jordan Jackson. Jackson has proven to be a dual threat quarterback by getting it done through the air and on the ground. Two of the main reasons Jackson has been so successful through the air is because of the two talented, junior wide receivers, Tyshawn Lighty and Daylin Dower. This offense will not be the only thing shining on Friday night as the Titans have their first home game of the season on their brand new field at George Daniel Stadium.

The Titans will be holding a field dedication ceremony Friday night for High School Game of the Week. Tomorrow's contest will be the first game played on the brand new artificial turf as the Titans take on St. Joes at 7:00 p.m.

Good luck to both teams and stay tuned for a post-game report.

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