Davidson is looking to continue its domination in the series, as the Wildcats won the previous 13 meetings.

Davidson is looking to continue its domination in the series, as the Wildcats won the previous 13 meetings. The Wildcats rely heavily on their running game. E.J. Jennings has rushed for 468 yards and seven touchdowns on 101 carries and D.D. Clark has 266 yards rushing and a touchdown on 52 carries.

Westland's offense is led by Jalen Brown, a senior who replaced Myles Fowler at quarterback when Fowler broke the ring finger on his left hand during a preseason scrimmage. Fowler has returned to the lineup as a wide receiver and defensive back.

•LAST WEEK - Jennings and Clark each rushed for more than 100 yards against Central Crossing in a game that was suspended Sept. 21 because of lightning and completed the next day.

Jennings had 142 yards and three touchdowns on 25 carries and Clark had 137 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries. Davidson pulled away in the third quarter, outscoring the Comets 21-0.

Westland remained in the game against Thomas through the first half, trailing 21-12 at halftime before the contest was suspended because of lightning. The Cardinals, however, pulled away when the game resumed the next day, outscoring the Cougars 29-7 in the second half.