Published: Monday, September 25, 2017 @ 5:41 PM
By: Mike Hartsock - WHIO TV
We’re at the halfway point of the high school football regular season.
Here are five games to watch in Week 6:
Centerville at Wayne
You always circle this one on the calendar, but this year could be really special.
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The undefeated Elks have answered every challenge through the first five weeks. The Warriors have bounced back from a season-opening loss with four straight wins, though they were pushed to double overtime before prevailing at Northmont last week.
The Warriors have won the last two games in the series, 45-8 and 56-17.
Miamisburg at Fairmont
A couple of teams coming off losses last week. For the Firebirds, it was their first of the season when they failed to find the end zone at Beavercreek.
Meanwhile, Miamisburg is riding a two-game losing streak with successive losses to Wayne and Troy.
Covington at Miami East
The Vikings made a huge statement on the road last week, scoring 50 points at previously unbeaten Bethel.
After starting the season on a three-game skid, Covington has won back-to-back games. The Buccs are showing signs of once again being a contender in the Cross County Conference race.
This is the Touchdown 7 Arbys Game of the Week .
Valley View at Bellbrook
Unbeaten Valley View scooped up a boatload of playoff points with a convincing 34-3 win at home against Franklin last week.
The Spartans will have to do more than just show up at Bellbrook. The Golden Eagles have won four in a row after a season-opening loss.
Anna at Marion Local
Just another battle of unbeaten in the Midwest Athletic Conference, but this time it’s the final two unbeaten teams in the toughest league in the state.
Marion Local hasn’t been scoring a lot of points this season, but the Flyers defense has held four of their five opponents to less than 10 points.
Anna is averaging 40 points per game.
Make sure you join us for all of the Week 6 action on Touchdown 7 on Friday at 11:13 p.m. on WHIO-TV.