After coming close to a win last week, Crawfordsville will look to defeat their Sagamore conference opponent Western Boone.

Crawfordsville had their home opener after the storms had passed through Montgomery County against West Vigo where they recovered four of the five Athenian fumbles.

Head coach Larry Getts feels that his team has the tools to win, it’s just the matter of using the right one at the right time.

“The last two weeks we were good enough to win the football games, we just have to figure it out.” Getts said. “It’s a matter of doing the right things at the right time.”

The Athenians are averaging 170 receiving yards and 119.5 rushing yards as a team. They have only scored four touchdowns, three coming by way of the pass. That is good enough for an average of 14 points per game.

Quarterback Trent Johnson currently has QB rating of 104.2 with 340 yards after the first two games with a .452 completion rating. Johnson also leads the team in rushing with 138 yards on 28 carries.

Western Boone has racked up 246 rushing yards to mask the 82 passing yards. They too, have only scored four touchdowns but the difference lies in the win-loss column.

The Athenians will look to put together enough plays to beat a 2-0 Stars team at 7 p.m. at Crawfordsville.