Lewiston (2-5) at Edward Little (3-4)

Friday, 7 p.m.

A rivalry so good they’ve already decided to play the sequel next week.

Oxford Hills (5-2) at Windham (0-6)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Vikings have little to play for except rebounding from last week’s loss. For Eagles, this is essentially their playoffs.

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

Friday, 7 p.m.

Identical records, miles apart in Heal points.

Leavitt (6-1) at Gardiner (3-4)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Tigers have lost three straight and four out of five but are still dangerous at home.

Gray-NG (0-7) at Poland (2-5)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Battle of Shaker Hill returns after one-year hiatus. Knights won 2016 meeting, 41-0.

Winthrop/Monmouth/Hall-Dale (3-4) at Mountain Valley (4-3)

Friday, 7 p.m.

Ramblers looking for first road win, which they will need to do to go anywhere in playoffs. Falcons looking to secure No. 3 seed and avoid the road for at least one round.

Spruce Mountain (4-3) at Madison (4-3)

Friday, 7 p.m.

In a league chock full of good veteran quarterbacks, “newcomers” Jack Bryant (Spruce) and Eric Wescott (Madison) have still distinguished themselves.

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

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Raiders usually have a little extra for Greyhounds, and vice versa.

Dirigo (6-1) at Telstar (0-7)

Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Schools considered forming a co-op in off-season.

1. Thornton Academy (7-0)

Golden Trojans scored 40 in last week’s win over Bonny Eagle, a season low.

2. Scarborough (5-1)

Red Storm need a win over Bonny Eagle to avoid possible second-round playoff matchup with Thornton Academy.

3. Marshwood (7-0)

Hawks will have home field for B South showdown with Kennebunk to determine home field in their likely next meeting in three weeks.

4. Kennebunk (7-0)

Rams will have to finish off scoring opportunities they missed last week if they want to beat Marshwood.

5. Portland (6-1)

Defense and ball control are tough to beat in the playoffs, and the Bulldogs are good at both.

6. Sanford (5-2)

Spartans have won five in a row but still need to know where they stand in A South. Playing Thornton will give them an answer.

7. Oxford Hills (5-2)

Vikings’ defense needs to flip third- and fourth-down conversion percentages to go deep into playoffs.

8. Bonny Eagle (5-2)

Brutal October schedule should have Scots prepared for playoff-level competition, if nothing else.

9. Wells (7-0)

Finale against York gives Warriors chance to dial in pass defense for playoffs.

10. Fryeburg Academy (6-1)

Week 1 loss to Lisbon will cost Raiders home field in C South playoffs, but they’ve already beaten Leavitt on its home field once.