Hosts Josh Shelton and Robby General go through some of the biggest games going around in the Delaware County area heading into week seven as well as the Game of the Week - Yorktown (2-4) vs. Greenfield-Central (2-4). 

Both teams are looking to move up in the Hoosier Heritage Conference as they enter their last few weeks of the season. See more coverage of high school sports by Da sCoop's staff via BallStateDaily.com.


Muncie Central (1-5) vs. Marion (4-2)

It has not been the season the Muncie Central Bearcats have been looking for thus far, but they've lost three close games to Yorktown, Anderson and Arsenal Tech this season.

It will be interesting to see if Muncie Central can work around Marion's tough defense, who's only given up 54 points this season, good for second best in the North Central Conference this season.

Wes-Del (1-5) at Tindley (4-2)

Wes-Del also isn't having the season they would've hoped for, giving up 144 points while only scoring 66, both stats are last in the Mid-Eastern Conference.

The Warriors travel to play the Tindley Tigers, who started off the season 4-0 with just 15 active players. Despite the teams low numbers, Tindley has put up 216 points this season, so its not a team to take for granted as Wes-Del hits the road this weekend.

Delta (4-2) at Pendleton Heights (5-1)

Delta is coming off of a high scoring 56-49 win against New Castle in week six and the Eagles are looking to keep up that momentum into Pendleton Heights homecoming.

Sophomore running back Charlie Spegal has maintained his dominance with 1,670 rushing yards and 24 touchdowns this season. Pendleton Heights is a balanced offensive team and sits tied for second place in the Hoosier Heritage Conference.

Friday night's affair between the two 200-plus point teams has the capability of being another high-scoring affair.

Monroe Central (6-0) vs. Eastern Hancock (5-1)

The Bearcats of Monroe Central remain undefeated entering week seven of the season, where it will face on of its toughest challenges of the season in Eastern Hancock. 

It was a relatively slow offensive week for Monroe Central who walked away with a 29-0 win. Offensively, senior running back Wyatt Snyder leads the team with 10 rushing touchdowns and senior quarterback Casey Conatser has 1,060 passing yards and 15 total  touchdowns.

New Castle (3-3) vs. Mt. Vernon (2-4)

New Castle came off a tough high-scoring loss against Delta last week. Quarterback Niah Williamson finished that game with 468 passing yards, six passing touchdowns and a rushing touchdown.

This week, fans should expect to see the Williamson and Luke Bumbalough connection as they connected for 257 yards and four touchdowns last week.

Game of the Week: Yorktown (2-4) vs. Greenfield-Central (2-4)

This week's game of the week features the Yorktown Tigers versus the Greenfield-Central Cougars.

Both teams are 2-4 and looking for wins in the Hoosier Heritage Conference. After starting 2-0, Yorktown is on a four game skid, losing a couple close games including last weeks 29-28 last minute loss against Shelbyville.

Yorktown's new strategy this week includes not kicking extra point attempts during point afters, as they went 2-4 last week in two-point conversions.

The two teams will face off in Yorktown this week, both looking to extend their win totals in the Hoosier Heritage Conference.

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