Alexander (1-3) at Elba/Byron-Bergen (1-3)
7 p.m. Saturday
Alexander is young and Elba/Byron-Bergen is learning the game.
These two teams have had some early season struggles and are looking to make a late season charge to build on for next year.
The Trojans have a squad filled with juniors and started the season with games against the "big three". The team picked up its first win of the season last week with a 9-8 victory over Holley.
The star of that game wound up being kicker Lucas Czechowski, who booted a 30-yard field goal to win the game.
Czechowski is having a big year as the team's punter as well.
The Trojans have have actually made some difficult starting points for opposing offenses because Czechowski is averaging 47 yards per punt.
Alexander's defense has been led by Ryan Piechowski, who has 36 solo tackles with six assists.
Ryan Wilson has 21 tackles and two sacks with Jordan Leitten leading the secondary with two interceptions. Mike Woodrow has picked off one pass.
Jay Schaefer gained 127 yards rushing last week and now has 327 yards and two touchdowns on 41 carries this season. Piechowski has 79 rushing yards and two scores.
Elba/Byron-Bergen has been playing its starters throughout the game to help the B-B players get experience, and they have been very competitive against the second teams of Oakfield-Alabama and Pembroke.
The Lancers got two touchdowns from Zach Green in the fourth quarter last week and both he and Brandon Spurling are solid runners.