Stephen Decatur, which lost 20-14 at Bohemia Manor, hosts Wicomico, which showed speed, and a quarterback in Jason Patterson who can run the triple option admirably. The Seahawks, who lost perhaps their two best players to recruitment, and then their head coach of 33 years to a family health crisis,
in the offseason, must try to stop the Indians.
Here comes Week 2. Get out and see a game. And listen to the gnomes and me on 94.3 WINX-FM on Friday morning, sometime between 6 and 9 a.m., as we discuss Week 2’s schedule. Friday’s Games Game of the Week Cambridge-SD (1-0) at N. Caroline (1-0) The gnomes argued all night, damaging our sump pump in the process, over
this game. They’ve been issued buckets and Kevlar vests as a result. (Radio: WCEM-AM 1240, pregame 6:15 p.m.; and 94.3 WINXFM; pregame 6:15 p.m.)
Easton (0-1) at Parkside (1-0) This is a statement game for the winner and should be a good watch.
J.M. Bennett (1-0) at Queen Anne’s (1-0) Clippers head coach Glenn
Gibson last beat the Lions in their own stadium in 2003. If it’s close, Bennett’s kicker, Steve Oscar, might make a difference, but the Lions are good, guys. good.
Col. Richardson (0-1) at Snow Hill (0-1) This would be a marquee baseball matchup most years. In football, both are trying to hang tough with small teams, even for Class 1A.
Elkton (1-0) at
Kent Island (1-0) The little guys went with the visitor in this one, using some weird calculus to explain why home field wasn’t worth three points in this case. They get one game wrong each week on average, too, so hey...
Wicomico (0-1) at Decatur (0-1) Wi-Hi has speed and just enough depth at the skill positions to give a lot of teams fits. Decatur needs to win this or morale and season-long hopes might be really low.
Washington (0-1) at Kent Co. (0-1) Without the services of senior Marcquan Greene, ejected in the fourth quarter last week, the Trojans may be tested by the Jaguars for the first time since, possibly, 2003.
Week 1: 6-1. Career: 793-167 (.826).