This Thursday night FOX Sports Ohio will once again be featuring Southwest Ohio in their telecast, as Kings and Harrison do battle. Kings is out of the blocks fast this season with two blowout wins, while Harrison is looking to rebound from an 0-2 start. Harrison has led both into the fourth quarter and will be looking to finish the job this week.
There are several top individual performers to watch for both squads:
Jamire Westbrook: Kings. Senior athlete. The Miami of Ohio commit has been a star since his sophomore season and has put up huge numbers from his tailback spot, including three touchdowns last week in a win over Milford.
Jensen Gebhart: Kings. Senior quarterback. The 6-foot-4 quarterback directs a high-powered offense and he features a strong arm and impressive running ability. Gebhart has several receiving targets to throw to, and he will look to move the ball around, utilizing all his weapons.
Justin Crull: Kings. Junior wide receiver-defensive back. Crull stars on both sides of the football for Kings, and the 6-foot, 185-pound, athlete has already returned an interception for a score this season, as well as being one of Gebhart's favorite targets on offense.
Kyle Nowlin: Harrison. Senior wide receiver-kicker. The All-Ohio performer from a year ago returns to lead Harrison in 2011. Nowlin had nearly 1,000 receiving yards as a junior, and handles all the kicking duties for Harrison.
Marcus Woelfel: Harrison. Senior quarterback. After throwing for nearly 1,500 yards as a junior, Woelfel will look to repeat those numbers in 2011. The 6-foot-1, 160-pound, signal-caller must have time to throw for Harrison to win this game.
Jon Schneider: Harrison. Junior defensive lineman. Schneider is a returning starter from a year ago, and the 6-foot-4, 230-pound, lineman must be active in this game to help Harrison control the big-play offense of Kings.