Hilliard Davidson, the two-time defending OCC-Central Division champion, is seeking its first league win

Hilliard Davidson, the two-time defending OCC-Central Division champion, is seeking its first league win. The Wildcats will look to their rushing attack, led by Jennings, Clark and Iske. Davidson leads the all-time series 5-0.

With Davidson looking to control the tempo via the ground, Central Crossing will hope for a more open game with its spread offense, led by Duncan and Clark. Coach Chris Harr is hoping for an early lead, as the Comets attempt to force the Wildcats to pass.

•LAST WEEK: Davidson remained within striking distance of undefeated Coffman in the first half before the host Shamrocks pulled away. E.J. Jennings rushed for 52 yards on 16 carries. The Wildcats finished with 157 rushing yards on 49 carries.

Central Crossing fell behind Liberty 42-0 in the second quarter. Tory Clark had a 78-yard touchdown run and caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from Luke Duncan, who added two touchdown runs (12, 1).