Site: Lexington Stadium. Time: 7:30 p.m.
Spring Valley notes: After opening the season with a 35-28 win over archrival Richland Northeast, the Vikings were dealt a 21-0 loss by Dutch Fork last week … It was not a pretty offensive picture against the Silver Foxes. SV managed a paltry 34 rushing yards on 20 carries and was 11-for-27 with two interceptions in the passing game for 94 yards … The telling highlight was punter John Lenti, who averaged 40 yards on five boots.
Lexington notes notes: The Wildcats looked more like an inexperienced team last week against Greenwood. Lexington was guilty of five turnovers, fell behind 31-0 by halftime and came away with a 38-13 loss to even its record at 1-1 ... New Greenwood coach Gene Cathcart, who takes over for legendary Shell Dula, spent two seasons as offensive co-ordinator under Wildcats coach Allen Sitterle at Daniel in the early 1990s … Sophomore quarterback Shaq Roland continues to be Lexington’s most productive offensive player. He leads the team with 187 rushing yards and three touchdown runs, but is just 7-for-18 passing for 40 yards … Justin Frierson leads the team in tackles with 15, including two TFL.
Series history: Spring Valley has an 18-12 advantage against the Wildcats, but Lexington is 2-0 vs. the Vikings under coach Allen Sitterle.