By Ken K. GreenLamar County celebrates Homecoming 2013 this week as the Trojans (6-0, 3-0) welcome the Putnam County War Eagles (2-4, 1-2) to Thunder Alley for another Region 4-AA battle. When and Where:Friday 7:30 p.m. at Trojan Field.Tickets:All tickets $7 at the gate. Advanced discounted tickets for Lamar County School System students, faculty and staff (one per person) only for $5 available at all four schools through one o’clock Friday.Weather:Cloudy with little to no chance of rain with temperatures in the mid to low 60s throughout the game. There is a 100% chance of Thunder.Last week:The Trojans beat Monticello 47-7 at home. The War Eagles were off but are coming off four straight losses (Macon County 23-20, Bleckley County 35-30, Jones County 35-0 and Morgan County 26-7) after opening the season with wins over Greene County 28-6 and Crawford County 48-20.Last year:Last year Lawrence Austin scored three rushing touchdowns on only five carries as Ray Lyons and the Trojan defense recorded its third straight shutout in a 51-0 rout in Eatonton. The War Eagles went on to a 3-7 season and sixth place finish in the region.Series:The Trojans lead 4-1. The Putnam’s only win in the series was 20-7 in 2010 in Eatonton. The two schools first met in 1984.Trojan offense vs. War Eagle defense:Lamar is scoring 41.7 points per game while the War Eagles are yielding 24.2War Eagle offense vs. Trojan defense:Putnam County is averaging 19.5 points per game while the Trojans yield 12.5.Top War Eagle players:Micheas Brown, Trevon Ellison, Quintavious Waller and Tyrone Davis.Putnam County coach:Kyle Gouley 1st year.Rankings:Lamar County is 3rd in Class AA in a composite ranking of six polls including a number one ranking by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Putnam County is the 39th best team in AA according to Max Preps.Prediction:Lamar County 49 Putnam County 6. The Trojans are 36 point favorites per Maxwell Ratings.