Prep football capsules: 10-29: Lake seeks win to finish 7-3

Lake’s football team attempts to enhance its already-impressive résumé one more time Friday night.
The Flyers can finish 7-3 overall with a win at home against Allen East in a non-league game.
Lake’s six wins already are its most since 2003 when it finished 6-4 overall and 5-2 in the Suburban
Lakes League.
The Flyers have clinched no worse than third place in the SLL with a 4-2 record.
Lake’s only losses this season are to Genoa (9-0), Eastwood (7-2) and Northwood (6-3).
A win over Allen East would give Lake its most victories since back-to-back eight-win seasons in 2000 and
Following is a preview of the games involving Wood County schools:
BGHS (2-7, 2-4)
at Rossford (0-9, 0-6)
One team ends a difficult season on a positive note.
Perrysburg (7-2, 4-2)
at Maumee (8-1, 5-1)
There’s a lot at stake as both teams are in contention for the Northern Lakes League championship and a
berth in the state playoffs.
Eastwood (7-2, 4-1)
at Gibsonburg (3-6, 1-4)
Eastwood needs a win to clinch second place outright in the SLL and it still has hopes of making the
state playoffs.
Elmwood (3-6, 2-3)
at Genoa (9-0, 5-0)
Genoa, ranked fourth in the state in Division IV, can wrap its third straight outright SLL championship.

The Comets have won 28 straight regular-season games and are seeking their third straight undefeated SLL
Otsego (0-9, 0-5)
at Woodmore (3-6, 2-3)
Although Otsego hasn’t won, first-year Knight coach Erik Johnson is pleased with the team’s progress.
And with a roster dominated by juniors, sophomores and freshmen, the Knights believe better days and a
winning record aren’t too far off.
Allen East (3-6) at Lake (6-3)
The Flyers – who started the season with just eight seniors – are the most improved team in the SLL after
going 3-7 last season, 0-10 in 2007 and 1-9 in 2006.
Hopewell-Loudon (7-2, 4-2)
at Lakota (4-5, 1-5)
Lakota can reach the .500 mark with a victory.
Mohawk (3-6, 1-5)
at North Baltimore (2-7, 0-6)
NB has lost 23 straight Midland Athletic League games, dating back to the 2006 season.
Cardinal Stritch (1-8, 1-4)
at Northwood (6-3, 5-0)
Northwood needs a win to clinch the outright Toledo Area Athletic Conference championship. The Rangers
also are hoping to make the state playoffs.