The Archbishop Hoban Knights football team will head down to Mansfield's Arlin Field to take on St. Francis DeSales on Saturday.
Tim Tyrrell, the head coach of Hoban joined Sam Bourquin Tuesday.
The two rivals meet yet again on the gridiron in the Division III playoffs at Infocision Stadium-Summa Field.
Tim Tyrrell, the head coach of the Archbishop Hoban Knights joined the Sam Bourquin Monday to talk about the matchups.
Marcus Wattley, the head coach of STVM, discussed his team's mindset heading into their 4th meeting with Hoban over the last two years.
The time has come. The teams are ready. St. Vincent-St. Mary and Hoban are set for another edition of the "Holy War."
Kickoff from Infocision Stadium is set for 7 p.m.
The Archbishop Hoban Knights boys' basketball team has been off and rolling in the new year, but there will be plenty of challenges moving forward.
TK Griffith, the head coach of the Knights joined the Sam Bourquin Show to talk about how his 12-1 Knights are doing.
"Im proud of what these guys have done, we're not very big, our tallest player is 6 foot 2 or 6 foot 3, and if we play the right way we can beat anybody," he says.
After an opening loss to Youngstown Ursuline, the Knights have reeled off 12 wins in a row, beating teams like Walsh Jesuit and Western Reserve Academy along the way.
The Knights will take on Notre Dame Cathedral Latin tonight before squaring off with Benedictine January 26.
Coach Griffith likes the balance both offensively and defensively of his team, and with six players at or near double figures, he likes the makeup of his team.
Tim Tyrrell, head coach of the Archbishop Hoban Knights sat down with WAKR's Sam Bourquin to talk about Friday night's Knights playoff game against Louisville.
Coach Tyrell disscused the mindset of his team saying "We want to try not to make the game any bigger then last weeks game, but they are kids and they understand that when you play Louisville you play the whole city of Louisville, so I'm sure thats weighed on their minds."
Tim Tyrrell went on to disscuss saying that defense and not turning the ball over has been a emphasis in practice.
It will be a clash of the titans in Week 10 of the high school football season as Archbishop Hoban High School and Cleveland Benedictine will tee it up on the gridiron Saturday night.
Benedictine coach Joe Schaefer joined the show to talk about the matchup with Hoban, saying that they have athletes to defend all over the field.
The Bengals are 9-0 on the season, along with the Hoban Knights, so both teams will be facing a huge test prior to the playoffs, which start next week.
Schaefer said his team has been doing well along both lines, offensively and defensively, and that play in the trenches is crucial to his team's success.
For Archbishop Hoban, Tim Tyrell says that defensively, his team needs to be sure to keep everything in front of them and stay disciplined with all of the athletes at the quarterback, receiver, and skill positions for Benedictine.