After being shut out by Boyd County, 22-0 in Week Zero, the Shelby Valley Wildcats are loooking to get back on track as they take on East Ridge Saturday night. Earlier this week, head coach Aaron Stepp says he likes how the two teams match up as his Wildcats look to get in the win column.
"I think it's a good matchup from a standpoint that they're a school that similar in size to ours and we're familiar with their personnel and they're familiar with ours," says Stepp. "And it's a traditional rival for us and we feel good about that. We're not gonna have to go that far to play, it's basically a home a game for us, so you don't have to worry about long bus rides and all of the things that come along with playing on the road. I think it'll be a good hard fought ball game and it'll be a good matchup for both of us. And like I said, they present some problems for us, they present some matchup problems for us and some things we'll really have to address this week."