Bonny Eagle (5-0) at Oxford Hills (4-1)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Scots are always a physical test, but Vikings will have to be at the top of their game mentally, too.

Cheverus (3-2) at Edward Little (2-3)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Winner takes a big step toward hosting a first-round playoff game.

Windham (0-5) at Lewiston (1-4)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Blue Devils’ best chance for their first win on the new Don Roux Field.

Westbrook (1-4) at Mt. Blue (2-3)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Cougars will be fueled by combination of last week’s 35-point loss to Brunswick and last year’s one-point loss to Blue Blazes.

Fryeburg (4-1) at Leavitt (5-0)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Win or lose, Hornets and their fans will have avoided fair traffic.

Gray-NG (0-5) at Maranacook (2-3)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Second of two Class E teams on Patriots’ schedule. Lost to Dirigo, 22-9, in Week 2.

Wells (5-0) at Spruce Mtn. (3-2)

Friday, 7  p.m.

Phoenix have as much big-play ability as Warriors. Question is what can they do in trenches against a team that invariably wins at line of scrimmage?

Madison (3-2) at Mtn. Valley (3-2)

Friday, 7 p.m.

One of a handful of remaining games to be played among D South teams fighting for playoff seeds 3-8. Falcons currently sitting in No. 3 spot.

Poland (2-3) at Oak Hill (2-3)

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

See Madison-Mtn. Valley blurb, except these two teams have a bigger hill to climb to get a playoff home game.

Winthrop/Monmouth/Hall-Dale (3-2) at Lisbon (4-1)

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Perhaps the best rivalry in D South, fresh off Ramblers upsetting Greyhounds at Thompson Field in last year’s playoffs.

Boothbay (3-2) at Dirigo (4-1)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Cougars look to bounce back from first loss with another former C and D foe.

Telstar (0-5) at Sacopee Valley (0-5)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Rebels had reason for optimism after last week’s 12-point loss to Old Orchard Beach.

1. Scarborough (4-0)

Wanted or not, last week’s bye week will have the Red Storm well-rested for showdown with Thornton Academy.

2. Thornton Academy (5-0)

Golden Trojans have outscored opponents, 282-14. 

3. Bonny Eagle (5-0)

If they can knock off Oxford Hills, Scots can put some valuable distance between them and the Scarborough/TA tilt.

4. Marshwood (5-0)

Hawks dominated B South regional final “rematch,” scoring on every possession while not allowing a first down in first half. 

5. Kennebunk (5-0)

Rams will spend the next two weeks doing homework for season finale with Marshwood.

6. Portland (4-1)

Bangor vs. Portland ain’t what it used to be.

7. Leavitt (5-0)

Some had Gardiner as the Hornets’ biggest threat in C South, but Fryeburg, this week’s opponent, beat the Tigers, 36-6, last week.

8. Wells (5-0)

Even after 21 straight wins one gets the feeling the Warriors truly have some of their best football ahead of them.

9. Sanford (3-2)

Spartans’ offense exploded for season-high 46 points against South Portland and should continue to produce leading into season-finale with TA.

10. Oxford Hills (4-1)

Vikings were strong both sides of the ball against Cheverus but will have to take it to another level for Bonny Eagle.

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