Edward Little (7-0) at Lewiston (3-4)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Get your parking spot now.

Cheverus (3-4) at Oxford Hills (3-4)

Friday, 7 p.m.

With a win, Vikings can move up to No. 3 in A North.


Skowhegan (4-3) at Mt. Blue (1-6)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Indians have posted Arena Football League scores throughout the season, so there is a chance Caldwell Field sees more touchdowns this week than the Cougars’ other three home games combined.

Morse (6-1) at Leavitt (6-1)

Friday, 7 p.m.

With home field in the playoffs secured, Hornets main objective could be to avoid more injuries.


Gray-New Gloucester (0-7) at Fryeburg (5-2)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Raiders could win and still get passed by Cape Elizabeth for the No. 2 seed in C South.

Wells (7-0) at Mtn. Valley (4-3)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Two schools that were virtually joined at the hip in classes B and C for the last decade warm-up for the D South playoffs at Chet Bulger Field.


Lake Region (4-3) at Poland (1-6)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Knights tallied more than half of their season point total (73) in last week’s 38-14 win over Dirigo. 

Madison (6-1) at Spruce Mtn. (5-2)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Phoenix no doubt took note of Mtn. Valley’s grinding game plan last week and will try to entice the Bulldogs into a similarly physical battle.


Old Orchard Beach (3-4) at Dirigo (2-5)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Cougars could leapfrog the Seagulls into the playoffs with a win, but, thanks to the Heals and their Week 1 win, they will be rooting for their rivals in Rumford just in case.

Winthrop/Monmouth (3-4) at Mount View (2-5)

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Mount View needs a win for a chance to play next week. Ramblers probably won’t be in such dire straits after Friday night’s results, but a win heading into the playoffs would be big. 


Oak Hill (3-4) at Lisbon (6-1)

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Wells and Madison likely wouldn’t mind avoiding the Raiders, who are still not a lock to get in, in the first round of the playoffs.

Sacopee Valley (2-5) at Telstar (1-6)

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

End of inauguaral Class E season has been a mixed bag, but these two programs should be looking forward to next season.


SJ Top 10

1. Bonny Eagle (7-0)

Finale with Scarborough is a match-up of state’s two highest-scoring teams, by far.

2. Thronton Academy (6-1)

Since Bonny Eagle loss, Golden Trojans have outscored Oxford Hills and South Portland, 89-7.

3. Scarborough (6-1)


Do the Red Storm have the firepower to hang with Bonny Eagle?

4. Edward Little (7-0)

Offense gets the headlines, but defense is Red Eddies’ foundation.

5. Marshwood (7-0)

Hawks and home field in the playoffs is a formidable combination.

6. Kennebunk (6-1)


Rams may still have best defense in B despit 15-12 loss to Marshwood.

7. Falmouth (5-2)

Rivalry matchup with Greely should get Yachtsmen primed for playoffs.

8. MDI (6-1)

Win over undermanned Leavitt virtually assured C North goes through Bar Harbor.

9. Cony (5-2)

Rams haven’t lost since 0-2 start.

10. Skowhegan (4-3)

Virtually everyone else in B North has been in rankings, we can’t go all year without acknowledging the Indians and their Arena Football scores.

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