Crawfordsville will look to get back into the win column Friday night when they host the Lebanon Tigers for Homecoming night.

Lebanon’s (4-2, 3-1 SAC) only setbacks this season have come at the hands of Boone County rival Zionsville, 55-54 and Tri-West, last week at Lucas Oil Stadium, 56-48.

The two teams are a contrast in styles. The Tigers run a pro set formation and average nearly 44 points and 471 yards of offense per game. While the Athenians like to maintain possession of the football for long periods and score 18 points while averaging 183 yards per game.

Senior Evan Stambaugh leads the Tiger offense with 1,856 passing yards and 23 touchdowns to just six interceptions. His favorite target is classmate Evan Barber with 617 yards.

Lebanon also features a great running attack. Junior Jaylen Washington leads the ground attack with 627 yards, averaging 104.5 yards per game.

The Athenians are led offensively by senior quarterback Trent Johnson. He has 627 yards passing and accounts for nearly 78 yards per game carrying the pigskin. His favorite target is Daulton Bridgewater with 257 receiving yards.

The Athenians will get Caden Jones back on both sides of the football as he missed last week’s game at North Montgomery. He will help relieve some of the load off of Johnson with his 4.1 yards per carry.

Crawfordsville has not beaten Lebanon on the football field since their 42-20 win in 2007. However, they were recorded with a victory in last year’s contest after Lebanon was deemed to have used an ineligible player.

The Athenians (2-4, 2-2 SAC) will look to continue to build on their recent success and be playing their best football come Sectional time. Game time at the Athenian complex is 7 p.m.