Dublin Coffman hopes to keep its offensive juggernaut rolling when it travels to Thomas Worthington for an OCC-Central Division contest Friday, Sept. 30.

Dublin Coffman hopes to keep its offensive juggernaut rolling when it travels to Thomas Worthington for an OCC-Central Division contest Friday, Sept. 30.

The Shamrocks have outscored league opponents 143-3 after two games, the latest being a 76-0 win over Westland on Sept. 23. They have a 235-60 edge over opponents this season.

Against Westland, Daniel Chang ran for 69 yards on 10 carries with touchdowns of 8, 15 and 5 yards, and Mark Kendrick added 68 yards on six rushes with scores of 1 and 5 yards.

Quarterback James Walsh was 7-for-9 passing for 170 yards with touchdowns to Austen Rankin (45 yards) and Tony Woodford (48 yards). Marcus Davis had three catches for 45 yards and returned a punt 45 yards for a score.

Jake Franklin and Kenny Kristan returned interceptions for touchdowns and Tyler Lisovich added a 13-yard rushing touchdown.

Coffman coach Mark Crabtree has his team preparing for Thomas' passing game.

"Traditionally, what they do is throw the ball more than anybody we play with maybe the exception of (Olentangy) Liberty," said Crabtree, whose team won last season's meeting 28-6. "We don't really know them because we haven't seen them yet, but we'll look at film this week and be prepared."

Thomas is coming off a 33-0 loss to Hilliard Davidson in OCC-Central play. Davidson held the Cardinals to minus-30 yards rushing and 7 total yards.

The Cardinals had a strong defensive performance in the second half, limiting the Wildcats to seven points. Justin Cunningham and Rockwell Dendiu recovered Davidson fumbles in the second half.

"Hopefully we can build off this second half (against Davidson)," Thomas coach Scott Gordon said. "We have some good players. We've done nothing but play really good football teams so far this year. Our guys don't give up. Hopefully we'll just take the effort that we showed and build on that and get ready for I'm sure a good Coffman team coming in."