It's Week 4 of the high school football season, and the intensity keeps rising in the Tri-State! Vote for your Player of the Week now:
Friday Frenzy's Game of the Week was Milford at Anderson. With both teams averaging more than 400 yards per game this season, a high-scoring game was expected — and the two teams delivered.
Milford topped Anderson in a close one, 48-47. Quarterback Austin Hardin was 28 for 39 with 372 passing yards and five touchdowns in the win.
While all eyes might have been on freshman Chris Henry Jr. — one of the highest-rated players in the country — as West Clermont hosted Walnut Hills Friday night, the Wolves showed that football is much bigger than one person. Running back Mysaun Sanders gave West Clermont the early 7-0 lead in the first quarter, and the team never looked back.
The Wolves led 21-7 at halftime after two rushing touchdowns by quarterback Bryson Earley. West Clermont went on to win 28-7.
Kings dominated Loveland, with the Knights winning 55-12.
Madeira advanced to an impressive 4-0 after a 33-0 win over Mariemont. Senior running back Nick Heisser was like a bull in a china shop, running through the Mariemont defense all night.
Reading took down Cincinnati Hills League rival Deer Park 28-14.
Princeton running back RJ West continued to dominate, faking out even the photojournalists covering Friday's game and helping the Vikings shut out Hamilton 26-0.
Cincinnati Country Day routed Hillcrest Academy 38-0.
Coming off their first loss of the season, La Salle struggled against Trinity High School out of Louisville. The Lancers lost 31-10.
Covington Catholic spoiled homecoming at Dixie Heights, winning 47-14. CovCath quarterback Zacc Roberts was 12 for 14 with 179 yards and four touchdowns.
Newport was able to get within one score of Holmes by late in the third quarter, but could not overcome the Bulldogs' offense. Holmes went on to win 32-28.
Beechwood beat Simon Kenton handily, 30-7, though the Pioneers were down a couple of starters due to injury.
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