By: Stephanie Sturgis – Weakley County Press Sports Editor
Posted: Monday, September 6, 2010 9:06 pm
Gunning for a win — Greenfield quarterback Dalton Potts (left) will try to key his team to a win against South Fulton, while the Dresden Lions will be chasing McKenzie QB Max Arnold on Friday night. Photo by Stephanie Sturgis
All four Weakley County high school football teams have a shot at revenge and a chance to get ahead in their district races when Week 2 of the football season gets under way on Friday night. The Westview Chargers (1-1) will tangle with the rival Milan Bulldogs (2-0) at Graham Stadium. Milan gave Westview its only District 13-2A loss in 2009 in what has been a very close series. Eight of the last 12 meetings were decided by a touchdown or less. Milan, coming off an easy win over Huntingdon, hasn’t lost a regular-season game since the current seniors were freshmen, a string of 31 consecutive victories. The Dresden Lions (2-0) will travel to McKenzie to take on the Rebels (1-1) in District 13-A play. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. Both teams are coming off thrilling wins. The Lions held off Peabody for a 13-7 win, while McKenzie upset Westview, 15-13. The Rebs won their 2009 meeting, 43-26. Also in District 13-A, the host Gleason Bulldogs (1-0) will try to avenge last season’s 24-22 loss to West Carroll. Gleason dominated after halftime to top Fulton City, 42-7, in their season debut last week, while the War Eagles (0-1) fell to South Fulton, 25-8. The Greenfield Yellowjackets (0-1) will visit South Fulton to take on the Red Devils (1-0) in District 14-A play. With an open date, G’field has had an extra week to work out the kinks after a 34-7 loss to Dresden in Week 0. The Jackets want revenge for a 12-6 loss to SF in 2009.