Edward Little (2-2) at Portland (3-1)

Friday, 7 p.m.

No better place for Red Eddies to stake a claim for Super Saturday reservations than Fitzpatrick Stadium against the favorites to represent A North.

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

Friday, 7 p.m.

Blue Devils played perhaps their best game of the year against Portland last week, but time to turn moral victories in wins.


Oxford Hills (3-1) at Cheverus (3-1)

Saturday, 12:30 p.m.

Stags’ three-headed running game of Ian Trafford, Tiegan Lindstedt and Sean Tompkins will test stingiest defense in A North (8.25 ppg).

Mt. Blue (2-2) at Brunswick (2-2)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Last year’s loss to Dragons kept Cougars out of the playoffs. This game may decide home field for a potential first-round reunion.


Nokomis (2-2) at Leavitt (4-0)

Friday, 7 p.m.

The weekly “choose your weapon” element of Leavitt’s offensive game-planning has to be a coach’s dream.

Gray-NG (0-4) at Lake Region (0-4)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Patriots coach Brian Jahna returns to Naples, where he patrolled the sidelines for the past six years.


Maranacook (3-1) at Winthrop/Monmouth/Hall-Dale (2-2)

Friday, 7 p.m.

With Lisbon on the horizon, Ramblers can’t overlook former Rambler Walter Polky’s Black Bears.

Lisbon (4-0) at Wells (4-0)

Friday, 7 p.m.

At season’s midpoint, these are the top two teams in D South. The question is whether the Greyhounds have closed the gap on the defending state champs.


Spruce Mtn. (2-2) at Poland (2-2)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Get your track shoes.

Oak Hill (2-2) at Madison (2-2)

Friday, 7 p.m.

D South is overloaded with 2-2 teams, and the Raiders play the trio below them in the Heal points over the next three weeks.


Mtn. Valley (2-2) at Oceanside (2-2)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Falcons can make the long bus ride back from the coast a lot shorter with a win over a Class C crossover opponent.

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

Friday, 6 p.m.

Newest editions to Class E battling for top spot in the conference.


Old Orchard Beach (1-3) at Telstar (0-4)

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Rebels have some things to build off last week’s game at Freeport and have homecoming to bolster that momentum.

1. Scarborough (4-0)

Gearing up for long-anticipated showdown next week with Thornton Academy against winless Massabesic.

2. Thornton Academy (4-0)


Golden Trojans’ tune-up is against Windham, which Red Storm beat last week, 53-7. 

3. Bonny Eagle (4-0)

Scots sit atop A South Heals thanks to tougher early schedule than Scarborough and TA, but their second-half slate gets a whole lot tougher after they host Deering this week.

4. Marshwood (4-0)

Last week’s win over Skowhegan (60-23) and last year’s state final score (63-20) will be confused for generations. 

5. Kennebunk (4-0)


Rams haven’t given up a point in 10 quarters.

6. Portland (3-1)

Bulldogs’ stout defense will be tested by Edward Little’s speed.

7. Leavitt (4-0)

Hornets should just run the jet sweep with Damion Calder until someone stops it.

8. Wells (4-0)


If eight-man football is ever implemented, Warriors could divvy up into six teams and dominate it like the Germans dominate bobsled.

9. Sanford (2-2)

Back-to-back wins against A North got Spartans back to .500. Now they must take care of business with rest of South schedule.

10. Oxford Hills (3-1)

Next three weeks against Cheverus, Bonny Eagle and Portland should clarify Vikings’ postseason potential.

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