Notre Dame (2-2) at Holley (0-4)
7 p.m. Friday
The Fighting Irish lost against Pembroke in the opening week of the season and bounced back to beat Attica.
They lost to Oakfield-Alabama last week and will now be looking to get back to winning against a Holley squad that has yet to win a game.
ND played a solid defensive half and held the Hornets to just seven points, then had a chance to tie the game early in the third quarter when a halfback option call backfired and led to an interception near the end zone.
O-A rolled after that and Notre Dame had what was probably its weakest offensive game of the season.
A weak offense shouldn't be a problem this week against Holley, which is playing under rented lights. Hopefully the school rented a scoreboard as well because watching a game there is painful without a game clock.
Nick Bochicchio has put up more attempts than any other quarterback in the Genesee Region League this season and has compiled 463 yards through the air. He attempted 34 passes in the opening week of the season.
His favorite target is Kevin Francis, who has 242 receiving yards and has the ability to get into the end zone any time he touches the ball on on offense or special teams.
The Fighting Irish rushing attack features two solid runners.
Mike Pratt has 243 yards and five TDs and will bounce off would-be tacklers all day while Kevin Schildwaster is a speedster that has compiled 238 yards and two touchdowns.
Craig Houseknecht, Rick Lair and Greg Barr are the three leading ND tacklers.
The Hawks came close to getting that elusive first win last week against Alexander. Holley was leading 8-6 before the Trojans kicked a field goal with eight minutes left to get the victory.
Guy Hills is the biggest playmaker on the Holley roster, but Mike Pernicano has the ability to bust a run if his line can open a hole.