KENS 5 Friday Night Football Score Predictor: Week 8

KENS 5 Friday Night Football Score Predictor: Week 8

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KENS 5 Friday Night Football Score Predictor: Week 8

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One of the great new features on Kens 5’s high school sports site is the Massey High School Score Predictor. This interactive game simulator, named after sports statistician Ken Massey, lets you choose any two varsity teams in the nation and pit them against each other. Using statistics from past seasons, you can find out which team would win a certain matchup before the game is played. 

Try it yourself here.

KENS 5 will pick five featured high school football games every Friday and use the score predictor to see what the outcome might be. Then we can look back after the weekend and compare the results.

Here are this week’s predictions:

Brandeis 34 vs. Marshall 0 (Farris Stadium)

Central Catholic 7 vs. Antonian 32 (Antonian Stadium)

Southwest 28 vs. East Central 35 (Hornet Stadium)

Reagan 34 vs. Churchill 26 (Comalander Stadium)

Lanier 6 vs. Harlandale 26 (Harlandale Memorial Stadium)

 

Week 8 Results:

Brandeis 44 vs. Marshall 13 (Farris Stadium)

Central Catholic 21 vs. Antonian 49 (Antonian Stadium)

Southwest 34 vs. East Central 16 (Hornet Stadium)

Reagan 27 vs. Churchill 10 (Comalander Stadium)

Lanier 17 vs. Harlandale 28 (Harlandale Memorial Stadium)

 

Conclusion

The Massey score predictor was 4-1 this week. Southwest was able to overcome playing on the road at Hornet Stadium to sting the East Central Hornets. Reagan was victorious as Massey predicted but the game was much easier for the Rattlers than expected. The Harlandale score was the closest Massey was to a perfect prediction, as it was just off by two points. In total, Massey is 26-4 for the season.

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