Pick six games of the week

Fitch (1-2)

at Harding (0-2)

WHEN: Friday, 7 p.m.

WHERE: Mollenkopf Stadium, Warren.

LAST MEETING: 2016, Harding, 35-0.

LAST WEEK: Massillon 31, Harding 21; Fitch 42, Louisville 21.

COACHES: Phil Annarella, Fitch; Steve Arnold, Harding.

ABOUT FITCH: Joey Zielinski and Randy Smith combined to power the Fitch ground attack with 146 of the team’s 249 yards. Fitch slowed down the Louisville rushing game to 35 yards, but allowed 220 yards passing to the Leopards.

ABOUT HARDING: The Raiders celebrate their heritage by displaying the former Warren Western Reserve jerseys against Fitch and former WWR coach Phil Annarella. Harding showed improvement over Week 1 at McKinley as Chris Chew got the start at quarterback. Chew had 58 yards passing and 34 rushing — a marked improvement over the 14 yards passing in Week 1. Harding had 288 yards rushing, most on the 195 yards by Kayron Adams. However, the Raiders gave up kickoff return for a touchdown on the game’s first play and had 11 penalties for 110 yards — things WGH has to improve upon going forward.

Poland (3-0)

at Howland (1-2)

WHEN: Friday, 7 p.m.

WHERE: Richard Lombardo Stadium, Howland.

LAST MEETING: 2016, Howland, 35-34.

LAST WEEK: Poland 49, Jefferson 0; Parma Padua 23, Howland 17.

COACHES: Ryan Williams, Poland; Dominic Menendez, Howland.

ABOUT POLAND: The Bulldogs defense held Jefferson to 78 total yards, including 6 passing. Cole Kosco was 10 of 12 for 196 yards. The Bulldogs rushed for 220 yards and a handful of scores.

ABOUT HOWLAND: The Tigers lost their second straight after a dominating rushing performance against Lakeview by Jackson Deemer and Samari Dean. Howland allowed 330 total yards to Parma Padua, 190 through the air. Kevin Peterson had three passing scores on Howland.

East (0-3)

at Niles (0-3)

WHEN: Friday, 7 p.m.

WHERE: Eastwood Mall Field at Bo Rein Stadium, Niles.

LAST MEETING: 2016, Niles, 18-12.

LAST WEEK: Lakeside 33, East 19; Struthers 41, Niles 23.

COACHES: Brian Marrow, East; Brian Shaner, Niles.

ABOUT EAST: After building a 12-0 first-quarter lead, the Golden Bears couldn’t slow the Lakeside rushing attack. The Dragons had 258 of the team’s 345 yards on the ground. Thomas Steele led East with 191 combined rushing and passing yards, while Liljah Donley had 85 receiving yards.

ABOUT NILES: The Red Dragons defense held Struthers to 41 passing yards, but the Wildcats did their damage on the ground with 362 yards. However, Niles’ passing game was great as Jordan Soda had a career night with 307 passing yards. His favorite target was Jason Johns, who had 141 receiving yards on seven catches.

Lakeview (2-1)

at Hubbard (2-1)

WHEN: Friday, 7 p.m.

WHERE: Hubbard Memorial Stadium, Hubbard.

LAST MEETING: 2016, Hubbard, 47-10.

LAST WEEK: Lakeview 34, LaBrae 6; Hubbard 41, Edgewood 7.

COACHES: Tom Pavlansky, Lakeview; Brian Hoffman, Hubbard.

ABOUT LAKEVIEW: The Bulldogs showed their passing prowess early in the season, but had a balanced offense to handle LaBrae in Week 3. The Bulldogs rushed for 145 yards, while Zach Rodgers had 181 yards passing and four touchdowns.

ABOUT HUBBARD: Tyriq Moorer had 135 yards rushing and three scores as Hubbard quickly built a 21-0 lead on Edgewood. The Eagles held the Warriors to 126 total yards, including 37 passing — a strength of their Week 4 opponent, Lakeview.

Mathews (3-0)

at Windham (3-0)

WHEN: Friday, 7 p.m.

WHERE: Bombers Stadium, Windham.

LAST MEETING: 2016, Windham, 42-41.

LAST WEEK: Mathews 61, Sebring 6; Windham 34, Jackson-Milton 14.

COACHES: Anthony Maiorca, Windham; John Protopapa, Mathews.

ABOUT MATHEWS: The Mustangs were led by Daniel Canter’s 136 yards rushing and three TDs. Mathews scored nine touchdowns — seven rushing and two passing against Sebring.

ABOUT WINDHAM: Philip Maiorca and Mason Angle combined for 271 of the team’s 348 rushing yards in Windham’s win over Jackson-Milton.

Crestview (3-0)

at Kennedy (2-1)

WHEN: Saturday, 7 p.m.

WHERE: Mollenkopf Stadium, Warren.

LAST MEETING: 2016, Kennedy 34-0.

LAST WEEK: Crestview 48, Akron North 0; Girard 42, Kennedy 7

COACHES: Paul Cusick, Crestview; Jeff Bayuk, Kennedy

ABOUT CRESTVIEW: The Rebels had 319 yards on 33 carries, led by Ethan Powell’s 101 yards and a TD. Andrew Yanssens and Devin Turner combined for more than 120 yards and 3 TDs. Caleb Hill had 59 yards passing and 2 TDs. Crestview limited Akron North to 97 total yards.

ABOUT KENNEDY: The Eagles gave up their most points since a 42-17 loss to St. Thomas Aquinas in 2014, Saturday against Girard. The Indians held Kennedy to 68 total yards and ran through the JFK defense for 464 yards.