Despite the loss, long-time Tigers Coach George Barker likes his team's attitude and effort as it prepares for the Huskies.
"We've had a really good week of practice," Barker said. "We've been correcting a lot of errors and working hard. The old saying is that you make your most improvement between weeks one and two, we're hoping that's true.
"We had a lot of errors last week but our mindset has been good this week."
Devin Wiley led Chapmanville's ground attack last weekend with 68 yards on 17 carries, followed by Paul Workman's 57 yards on 13 totes and a touchdown.
Quarterback Alex Berry led the Tigers through the air on 14-of-21 passing for 139 yards. Berry also tossed a pair of touchdown passes, along with two interceptions.
Matching the Huskies' effort and controlling the ball will be key for the Tigers in tonight's contest.
"They give a really good effort on both sides of the ball," said Barker of the Huskies. "They got down early last week and they just kept coming and coming and playing and playing. They found a way to win and that's the sign of a good football team.
"Offensively we've to keep them off the field. They have great quarterbacks and running backs and they have a really good scheme going. We've just got to try to keep the ball away from them. We've got to do a little bit of ball control and hope we're in the game late."
Meyer also has his concerns after seeing the Tigers on film.
"The biggest thing that worries me about them is that they're a big physical football team," Meyer said. "Coach Barker has been around a long time and he knows the game of football. They're a very well coached group of kids that give a lot of effort.
"They are pretty balanced offensively ... they mix it up pretty well. They do a nice job coming at you with a balanced attack, so we can't make mental mistakes or turn the football over.
"We just need to know our responsibilities and take care of them."