Brandon Motoligin ‘17: Looking for their third straight win, the varsity football team travels Sterling Heights Stevenson at Runkel Field, tonight at 7pm.

Coming off a convincing win over Grosse Pointe North (44-7), the Bulldogs hope to improve on their 2-1 record.

“Watching film I think we should be able to exploit their weaknesses and come out with the win,” Ryan Medley ‘17 said.

The Titans enter the game with a record of 1-2, and want to continue their winning streak after defeating Sterling Heights 35-0 last Friday night.

Losing to Detroit Catholic Central and Warren Mott, Stevenson’s losses come from two powerhouse football teams.

In tonight’s MAC Red affair, the Bulldogs and the Titans prepare for a chess match since both teams run the same offenses.

“Because we run the same stuff adds a whole other element to the game,” Kade Messner ‘17 said. “We both knows the best plays and where the weaknesses are.”

Come on out and get rowdy with the Dawg Pound and make sure to wear red!

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