The Watterson High School football team will face the second of three Division I programs on its schedule Friday, Oct. 6, when it plays host to Hilliard Bradley.

The Eagles fell to 1-5 with a 34-0 loss to visiting Hartley in their CCL opener Sept. 29. That same night, the Jaguars improved to 6-0 with a 42-7 win over Dublin Scioto.

The five teams Watterson has lost to are a combined 24-6, including two that are 6-0.

Bradley has one of central Ohio's most explosive passing games. Through five games, senior quarterback Josh Stewart was 83-for-134 passing for 1,118 yards, senior wide receiver Kory Taylor had 29 receptions for 368 yards, senior wide receiver Daevon Anderson had 28 receptions for 531 yards and junior wide receiver Trey Warner had 19 catches.

Leading the Jaguars' defense is junior linebacker Cannon Blauser, who was ThisWeekSPORTS.com Player of the Week after recording 20 tackles, three tackles for loss and three sacks in a 21-7 win over Hilliard Darby on Sept. 15.

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