Week 6 Cal-Mum at Le Roy preview
Cal-Mum (5-0) at Le Roy (5-0)
7:30 p.m. Friday
Section 5's biggest rivals take the field with a lot on the line.
The two undefeated teams are fighting for the Livingston Conference Division II title and both are looking to hold on to their top seeds (Le Roy in Class C and Cal-Mum in Class DD).
The Oatkan Knights are ranked fifth in the state in C and the Red Raiders are ranked third in D.
Le Roy had some issues in last week's 49-37 win over Avon as Max Barrett had a big game running and throwing the football. Chris Voos has the ability to chuck the ball around for the Red Raiders.
Cal-Mum can throw, but will run the football as always.
Jeremy Wilson gained 161 yards in C-M's 35-0 win over Canisteo-Greenwood last week. Fullback John Marozzi will also put up some solid numbers.
The Red Raiders defense held C-G to just 47 rushing yards last week, which is something that will be very different this week.
Le Roy can and will run the football with Andrew Alexander leading the way. He had nearly 200 yards on the ground last week and now has 771 yards and seven touchdowns.
Travis Fenstermaker ran the ball 18 times for 66 yards last week, but does most of his damage with his arm.
He completed just 6-of-10 passes for 53 yards. Four of those completions went to Mike Humphrey, who made it into the end zone three times.
Every time Humphrey has the ball in his hands, good things happen. He has 21 receptions for 395 yards and a whopping nine touchdowns as a receiver.
He also does a great job of returning kicks and intercepting the ball as a DB.
The Oatkan Knights have won 40 straight games at Hartwood Park, dating back to 1998. That amazing steak will be tested against the Red Raiders and against Hornell next week.