Talawanda is 1-1, having beaten Shawnee 34-12 and losing to Badin 38-7. The Braves will host Eaton on Friday night, and the 0-2 Eagles have been outscored 102-7 in their first two games against Greenville and St. Henry.
Crank was 9-of-15 for 81 yards and two interceptions against Shawnee, and he ran 20 times for 139 yards and two touchdowns. Vonderheide noted that his right (throwing) shoulder got dislocated on a tackle, but it was popped back into place and he finished the game.
Teeters, a 5-foot-10, 165-pound sophomore, saw some action in that contest and went the distance at quarterback against Badin. He was 13-of-25 for 154 yards and a TD with three interceptions.
“Tyler’s been playing some safety for us. He would also jump in at wide receiver or running back … he’s kind of a jack of all trades,” Vonderheide said. “He’s a very committed kid. He didn’t miss a workout all summer and had a lot of success at the JV level last year as a freshman.”
What: Eaton (0-2) at Talawanda (1-1), 7 p.m.
Where: Talawanda Field, 5301 University Park Blvd., Oxford
Series: Eaton leads 19-7 and has won the last three meetings, including 22-7 last year