Lewiston (3-1) at Deering (0-4)

Friday, 5 p.m.

First of three games in a row against the Portland schools.

Edward Little (4-0) at Massabesic (0-4)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Red Eddies need to be careful of not having a letdown after last week’s big win.


Windham (3-1) at Oxford Hills (2-2)

Saturday, 1 p.m.

Vital win for Vikings if they want a home playoff game.

Mt. Blue (1-3) at Lawrence (2-2)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Turnovers are keeping the Cougars from seeing their improvement on the scoreboard.


Gray-New Gloucester (0-4) at Cape Elizabeth (3-1)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Capers gearing up for next week’s showdown with Leavitt.

Leavitt (4-0) at Yarmouth (0-4)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Hornets should enjoy first visit to Clippers’ turf since 2013.


Poland (0-4) at Mtn. Valley (2-2)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Falcons averaging nearly 33 points per game since being shut out by Dirigo to start season.

Ellsworth (1-3) at Winthrop/Monmouth (1-3)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Ramblers could use a little more luck with their health and a little better execution on both sides of the ball.


Dirigo (1-3) at Lisbon (4-0)

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Injuries kept this matchup from matching the promise it held in preseason, but you still won’t find a more physical game on the schedule.

Wells (4-0) at Oak Hill (2-2)

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Raiders hope to be playing their best by playoffs, and back-to-back home dates with Wells and Madison will serve as benchmarks.


Spruce Mtn. (3-1) at Freeport (1-3) 

Saturday, 2:30 p.m.

If the Phoenix continue to have a potent passing game to go with their potent running game, look out.

Boothbay (4-0) at Telstar (0-4)

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

No homecoming cupcake for the Rebels, who fell to the Seahawks, 19-0, in season-opener.


Sun Journal Top 10

1. Bonny Eagle (4-0)

Scots face first true test of season at Thornton Academy on Saturday.

2. Thornton Academy (4-0)

Imagine being the Golden Trojans and averaging a robust 43 points per game and still being a dozen per game behind Bonny Eagle.

3. Scarborough (3-1)


Red Storm took out any leftover frustration from Thornton loss by putting up 63 at Massabesic.

4. Edward Little (4-0)

Red Eddies may win ugly, but make no mistake, every ‘W’ was earned.

5. Marshwood (4-0)

Hawks showed last week against Lawrence that the passing game can be as potent as the dominating running game.

6. Kennebunk (4-0)


Rams host Brunswick and will likely avenge last year’s state championship game.

7. Windham (3-1)

After scoring seven points against Portland last week, finding the end zone against an Oxford Hills team with just 38 points against this season may not be any easier.

8. Lewiston (3-1)

Blue Devil offense hopes to build off a big game against Bangor.

9. Falmouth (3-1)

The Yachtsmen have been scoring with ease all season. What’s separating them from Marshwood and Kennebunk is the fact that some opponents haven’t had any trouble scoring, either.

10. Messalonskee (3-1)

Eagles hope for better Class B crossover showing against Falmouth after bowing to Kennebunk, 32-7, in Week 2.

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