His yardage total ranks fourth among Class AAA quarterbacks.
Show has talented receivers, too, in John Hathaway (13 receptions for 141 yards and two touchdowns) and Chris Turner (9-111-2). Slot receivers Tyler Hill and Alex Amick have made solid contributions thus far as well, Snyder said.
"We feel like we're pretty deep skill-wise and we got lots of guys we can go to when we need to in the passing game," he said.
In the backfield, sophomores Jacob Lewis and Ethan Copeland split the responsibilities, with Lewis a quicker runner and Copeland more downhill and power-focused, Snyder said.
As Ripley will undoubtedly be concerned with Winfield's many offensive options, Snyder said his team will focus upon containing Vikings junior quarterback Trevor Tucker.
"He put on a show against Parkersburg South," Snyder said of Tucker. "He rushed for over 200 yards and threw for like 180, so he was like over 400 yards of total offense by himself. He's very dynamic running and throwing."
Last season, Tucker began the season as the starting quarterback, but passed the job to junior Jake Martin when Tucker suffered a season-ending knee injury. Before this season, Martin broke one of his legs during a scrimmage as the starting signal-caller job returned entirely to Tucker.
With Tucker at the helm, the Vikings employ a run-based spread offense. In addition to Tucker, Ripley will prominently feature junior running back Gabriel Hamrick and senior Jakob Harrison, a playmaker of whom Tennant said, "We have to get the ball in his hands."
This week, two teams enter with identical records and similar seasons thus far, but Winfield hopes to move into its bye on a positive note.
"Going into the break 2-1, for us, it would just be tremendous," Snyder said. "I think it would give the guys a lot of confidence, but if we're going to do it, it will be very hard-earned, because I think records go out the window and Ripley's a team that we're pretty evenly matched with."