Watch Central Crossing vs Pickerington Central Live Ohio HS Football 2020

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The second week of the football season had a more normal feel to it. Maybe it was because of the beautiful evening. Maybe it was because Pickerington Central just keeps rolling on, beating Newark 49-0. What also is starting to have a normal feel is the play of Groveport. Going 10-3 a year ago to post their first winning season since 2016, the Cruisers, under first-year coach Mitch Westcamp, opened some eyes by drilling former No. 5 Reynoldsburg 45-14 and joined the poll at No. 3. Dublin Coffman edged Olentangy Liberty 24-17 to remain No. 2, and the Patriots’ performance was enough to keep them at No. 4. The other newcomer to the poll is Olentangy, which beat Olentangy Berlin 45-33 to move to 2-0. DeSales and Hartley, which will meet Friday, round out the poll.

There are two additions to the list of Ohio State commits who will be suiting up this week, as South Warren (Ky.) safety Jantzen Dunn and Ensworth (Tenn.) safety/cornerback Andre Turrentine are making their season debuts on Friday night, giving the Buckeyes 12 combined commits in the 2021 and 2022 cycles who will be in action. Seven members of the 2021 class – Dunn, Turrentine, Massillon Washington receiver Jayden Ballard, Ironton linebacker Reid Carrico, Streetsboro defensive tackle Mike Hall, La Salle safety Jaylen Johnson and Revere offensive lineman Ben Christman – will be back on the gridiron. Five members of Ohio State’s 2022 class will be on the field as well, with in-state commits in Marysville linebacker Gabe Powers, Archbishop Alter linebacker C.J. Hicks, the Lakota West duo of cornerback Jyaire Brown and offensive tackle Tegra Tshabola and Allatoona (Ga.) High School’s Bennett Christian. Blue Valley North (Ks.) athlete Dasan McCullough was supposed to make his season debut last week, but McCullough told Eleven Warriors that the Mustangs’ first game is now set for Sept. 18.

 

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