Inside the huddle

Southfield High at Farmington Hills Harrison, 7 p.m. Sept. 25

By: Christian Davis | C&G Newspapers | Published September 23, 2015

 Farmington Hills Harrison running back Ty Armstrong carries the ball in a scrimmage earlier this season. The Hawks take on Southfield High for first place in the OAA White.

Farmington Hills Harrison running back Ty Armstrong carries the ball in a scrimmage earlier this season. The Hawks take on Southfield High for first place in the OAA White.

Photo by Donna Agusti

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Southfield High at Farmington Hills Harrison, 7 p.m. Sept. 25 —

First place in the Oakland Activities Association White Division is on the line when Farmington Hills Harrison welcomes Southfield High.

The rivals are both 3-0 in the division and 3-1 overall.

If history is any indicator, the contest will once again come down to the wire. Harrison snapped a two-game losing streak to Southfield with its 34-27 victory last season. In those three meetings, five points is the average margin of victory.

Both squads come in as winners of three straight games. The Hawks are averaging 32.5 points a game and letting up 15.75. Last week, Harrison handled Birmingham Seaholm 40-13.

Southfield is scoring 23.75 a contest and letting up 18 a game. The Blue Jays beat North Farmington 20-6 last week.

Harrison leads the series 7-4.

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