Records during a season can be beneficial to a team to show how solid of a program is during any season. With rivalry games like our Game of the Night on WBCK, the statement of "throwing out the record books" reigned true again this year.
Rivalries on the football field in the High School ranks have been cherished for decades. For our Game of the Night this week, the latest edition continues its longest-running competition between the two largest schools in Southwest Michigan this week.
As strange as the 2020 High School Football season has been with a shortened season, last minute schedule changes due to COVID cases and shutdowns, and the smaller spectator size to start the season, the postseason also brings changes that can be beneficial for what could have been a lost season or repositioned to spring.
The Battle Creek Central Bearcats have had good success against Gull Lake since the Blue Devils joined the Southwest Michigan Athletic Conference. One thing that has been consistent is the physical play the two squads exude on the gridiron in the past eight seasons.
In 2020, it has been the year of changes in routine, ways to communicate, distance and learning in school. When it comes to the beginning of the 2020 High School Football season, a small change can be great.