Spruce Mountain (6-2) at Mt. Ararat (6-1)
Friday, 6 p.m.
The Phoenix have wanted another shot at the Eagles since falling to them in Week 1. They get it this week, in the 8-man Large School South semifinals.

Mountain Valley (3-3) at Dirigo (6-2)
Friday, 7 p.m.
Rare postseason showdown for River Valley rivals, and a rematch of Oct. 1’s 16-6 win by the Cougars, who have won six straight since an 0-2 start. The Falcons’ only other losses are to 8-man Large School teams.

Mt. Blue (1-5) at Windham (6-0)
Friday, 7 p.m.
The eighth-seeded Cougars are looking to pull off one of the biggest upsets of the season against the No. 1 Eagles. There’s pride in the Mt. Blue football program, so it isn’t impossible.

Bangor (7-1) at Oxford Hills (6-1)
Friday, 7 p.m.
This is the third time this season the Vikings have had a “game of the year” type game. This game could be for the second seed in Class A, which might mean hosting a rematch in the semifinals.

Edward Little (0-8) at Lewiston (1-7)
Friday, 7 p.m.
There likely is nothing but pride on the line in this game, which is about as pure as a rivalry matchup can be. A win would be particularly special to the Red Eddies and the Blue Devils.

Poland (2-3) at Lisbon (2-3)
Saturday, noon
A pair of 2-3 teams battling for the fifth seed in the Class D playoffs. The Greyhounds have won two straight and appear to be finding their groove. The Knights are pretty tough for a two-win squad.

Maranacook (3-3) at Telstar (7-0)
Saturday, 1:30 p.m.
The top-seeded Rebels, who are coming off a first-round bye, face the fifth-seeded Black Bears, the only team to finish within 20 points of Telstar this year. The Rebels won the first meeting 14-12 on Sept. 25.


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