Le Roy (4-0) at Avon (3-1)
7 p.m. Friday
The question facing the Avon football team is simple; can they stop Mike Humphrey?
Nobody else has.
Travis Fenstermaker has continued to find his favorite target and it seems like no defensive back in Section 5 could stop the Le Roy WR at this point.
Humphrey caught six passes for 97 yards last week in a 36-0 win over Canisteo-Greenwood, including a pair of touchdowns. That gives him 17 receptions for 364 yards and six touchdowns.
He has also made an impact returning kickoffs and intercepting passes, including the two that he had last week.
Fenstermaker has completed 26-of-50 pass attempts for 485 yards and eight touchdowns.
One of the biggest surprises through four weeks is that neither of these players have won Player of the Week in Class C.
Le Roy's running attack hasn't had many problems either as Andrew Alexander has pounded the ball 72 times for 573 yards and six touchdowns.
Humphrey will probably be covering the top receiver that he has seen thus far as Avon's Garrett Kesel has caught 16 passes for 233 yards and two scores.
His quarterback is a good one.
Max Barrett has went 26-of-68 passing for 467 yards and seven touchdowns. He also runs the ball, picking up 189 rushing yards with three scores.
Rich Welch leads the Braves in rushing with 364 yards and five touchdowns on 28 attempts.
Eric Hendrick has 187 yards and four TDs.
The Oatkan Knights are ranked fifth in the state in Class C.