Heading into week 7 of high school football, two undefeated CCC Division II teams remain, and they will meet Friday night when Windsor travels to Farmington.
The two teams are currently tied for first place in the CCC Div. II West, and have both made a habit of putting up big numbers on the scoreboard.
Windsor heads into the match up following an impressive, lopsided win over Middletown — the Warriors' toughest test to date.
“We know Windsor is the best team we’ve played all year, but I think we’re the best team they’ve played all year,” Farmington coach Chris Machol said. “We’ll find out.”
Windsor is hoping to experience deja vu Friday night against a Farmington team that is averaging 311 yards and just over 30 points per game.
Farmington's junior signal caller, Brian Logan, enters the game completing 65 percent of his passes, and has thrown eight touchdowns, and only one interception.
“He’s making great decisions and that’s what it comes down to in high school,” Machol said. “We’re not asking him to make four-read progressions. There are just a few things to look at.
“He has confidence, we have confidence in him and so do the receivers.”
The Indians have a balanced attack, producing 165 yards on the ground in addition to 135 through the air.
They run the spread like Windsor, and are capable of putting up solid numbers, as they did last week when Logan torched Eastern (16-for-18, 232 yards, 3 TDs).
Their rushing attack is lead by senior Adam Buono, who is averaging 6.1 yards per carry on the season, during which he has scored 9 touchdowns and rushed for 443 yards.
While Farmington has outscored opponents 185-32 through six games, none of its previous opponents have a winning record to date.
Farmington's toughest task Friday will be to stop Windsor's high-octane offense, which is averaging 261 yards through the air and 171 yards on the ground per game — totals that are largely the result of the chemistry between quarterback Quinn Fleeting and receiver Aaron Berardino.
Fleeting has completed 70 percent of his passes and thrown for just under 1,500 yards, 802 to Berardino.
“Everyone else on their team is good but we have to put an emphasis on Berardino and make sure he doesn’t get to us too many times,” Machol said. “He’s the best return guy I’ve seen. As a receiver, he’s great, but its special teams where he’ll kill you.
Berardino is averaging 59 yards per kick return.
“He so patient and he sees the field well. He has great vision. He’ll cut across the whole field and set up blocks but he can also run by you,” Machol added.
The duo is averaging over 22 yards per completion.
Kickoff is at 7 p.m. in Farmington. The winner of Friday's game will sit atop the CCC Division II West.
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