Both Midland and Dow came into their week 9 matchup at 7-1 and champions of their SVL division. It was Midland who prevailed 49-21. Chris Vosters and Dan Szatkowski break it down.
Who’s going to get into the MHSAA playoffs? The guys discuss that and also who they think are in the consideration for this year’s SVL MVP.
Radio highlights of Midland’s 35-14 win over Lapeer from Chris Vosters and Stuart Schweigert as heard on ESPN 100.9-FM.
Dow’s offense was led by offensive linemen Shane Osvarek and Alex Jonas in their 45-14 win over Carman-Ainsworth. The two seniors blocked all night for Nick Sierocki, Shane Astrike, Ben Zeitler, and the rest of the O.
Midland QB Cade Methner continued to make his case as the MVP of the Saginaw Valley League on Friday leading his team to a 35-14 win over Lapeer. Chris Vosters and Stuart Schweigert react postgame.
The playoff picture continues to take shape as the guys preview a couple big matchups not only in the league, but in the entire state.
Photo by Ben Jared. Radio highlights of Davison’s 35-17 win over Lapeer from Chris Vosters and Stuart Schweigert as heard on ESPN 100.9-FM.
For the first time since 1990, two schools just four miles apart met on the gridiron. SVL-newcomers John Glenn did what many thought they couldn’t, defeating Bay City Central 28-24 at Engel Stadium.
Through some pouring rain at times the Davison Cardinals dispatched Lapeer 35-17 on their home turf. Tariq Reid had a 98-yard TD run, but it was QB Cannon Hall and the linebackers who stole the show.
The crew looks ahead to another packed week in Saginaw Valley League football. We’re inching closer to crowning divisional champs and the 2017 MHSAA Playoffs.