Worthington Kilbourne and Westland will meet Friday, Sept. 30, at Westland with each team looking to end a four-game losing streak.

Worthington Kilbourne and Westland will meet Friday, Sept. 30, at Westland with each team looking to end a four-game losing streak.

After each faced elite teams in the OCC-Central Division the past two weeks, the Wolves and Cougars also will be looking for their first league win.

"It should be a good game," Kilbourne coach Vince Trombetti said. "It's two teams that are struggling. We don't take anybody lightly as young as we are. We're basically playing a varsity schedule with a junior varsity team right now with six sophomores starting, so we have to have a good week of practice and not take anything for granted. We have to be ready to play and be fundamentally sound."

The Wolves are coming off a 56-21 loss to Upper Arlington on Sept. 23.

The Wolves scored first on Brian Miller's 5-yard touchdown run, but the Golden Bears scored 49 unanswered points.

Danny Shiblaq (15 yards) and Keaton Reinhart (25) added touchdown runs for Kilbourne, which also lost to undefeated Hilliard Darby 35-7 on Sept. 16.

"Kilbourne is an established program," Westland coach Steve White said. "They run the option game and run the 4-3 defense. We have to make sure that we can cover them defensively and on offense we need to attack them and know our assignments."

The Wolves are seeking their first win since beating Westerville North 21-7 on Aug. 26. North now has lost 30 consecutive games.

Westland hasn't won since a 23-8 victory over Linden-McKinley on Aug. 26.

The Cougars opened league play with a 64-0 loss to Hilliard Davidson on Sept. 16 and lost to Dublin Coffman 76-0 on Sept. 23.

Junior Korey Browning is the quarterback and senior Richard Zerrien is the top running back.

Last season, Kilbourne defeated Westland 44-6. The Wolves lead the series 6-2, with the Cougars' last win coming in 1993 (28-7).