RECORDS: LSA is 3-0, 0-0 Little Okaw Valley Northwest Division; ALAH is 2-1, 0-0 LOVC NW
LAST WEEK: LSA beat Tri-County 49-6; ALAH beat Oblong 48-15
LAST MEETING: LSA won 46-8 last season.
KEY PLAYERS: For LSA, Seth Reynolds, Sr., WR/LB (30 rushes, 196 yards; 4 catches, 46 yards, TD); Michael Fiala, Jr., QB (27-for-42 passing, 345 yards, 5 TDs, 1 INT); Grant Karsten, Jr., WR (6 catches, 81 yards, 66-yard rushing TD); Chandler Carter, Sr., LB
For ALAH, Will Cohan, Sr., QB (14-of-27 passing, 297 yards, 3 TDs, 2 INTs; 28 rushes, 156 yards, 2 TDs); Marcus Vanausdoll, Sr., RB (36 rushes, 290 yards, 6 TDs); Kobe Wells, Sr., RB (20 rushes, 216 yards, 4 TDs; 5 catches, 134 yards, TD); Adam Day, Jr., WR (6 cathces, 150 yards, 2 TDs)
OUTLOOK: Arthur is much-improved this season, already matching last year’s win total. The Knights have a balanced offense with a lot of weapons, but LSA’s defense, which allowed 14 points per game last year, has been even better this year. Through three games, the Lions have allowed a total of 19 points. Offensively, LSA got off to a slow start, but exploded last week against Tri-County behind Fiala. Like Arthur’s Cohan, Fiala has plenty of options, including Reynolds, Karsten and Xavier Todd.