Camden Hills (4-0) at Gray-New Gloucester (0-4)
Friday, 6 p.m.
The Patriots last week put up their second-highest point total of the season in a 38-20 setback to unbeaten Yarmouth. The Windjammers, meanwhile, proved their bona fides with a 20-16 win at Mountain Valley.

Cony (1-3) at Mt. Blue (0-4)
Friday, 7 p.m.
Both teams had higher hopes for their seasons. The Cougars lost last week to the only team the Rams have defeated so far this year, Skowhegan.

Maranacook (4-0) at Dirigo (3-1)
Friday, 7 p.m.
While the Black Bears still have a chance to prove otherwise, Old Orchard Beach clearly seems like the top team in 8-man Small South. This game might be for second.

Spaulding (N.H.) (0-4) at Edward Little (0-4)
Friday, 7 p.m.
The Red Eddies finally got some offense going when Kade Masselli moved over to QB and connected on big play after big play to Bennett DuBois last week against Gardiner.

Leavitt (4-0) at Lawrence (3-1)
Friday, 7 p.m.
The Hornets are coming off a heavyweight title victory over Oxford Hills, while the Bulldogs have won three straight, albeit against teams with a combined 1-11 record. But Lawrence is tough, especially in Fairfield.

Lewiston (2-2) at Scarborough (0-3)
Friday, 7 p.m.
The Blue Devils pulled off a stunning 39-7 win over the Red Storm last year. A repeat of that outcome wouldn’t be such a surprise.


Winslow (2-2) at Lisbon (1-3)
Friday, 7 p.m.
The Greyhounds look to end a three-game losing streak (all to teams classified as non-slouches), while the Black Raiders aim to halt a two-game slide.

Poland (4-0) at Wells (2-2)
Friday, 7 p.m.
The Knights, one of 2023’s top surprises, face the Warriors in a contest that might end up being a deciding factor in the D South championship.

Brunswick (3-1) at Spruce Mountain (0-4)
Friday, 7 p.m.
The Phoenix are still trying to find themselves, while the Dragons have mastered the pass in their first season of eight-man football.

Telstar (1-3) at Boothbay (2-2)
Friday, 7 p.m.
Now that their matchup with Old Orchard Beach is out of the way, the Rebels can turn their focus exclusively to improving their playoff positioning. The Seahawks’ wins have come against 8-man Small South’s two winless squads.

Portsmouth (N.H.) (4-0) at Oxford Hills (3-1)
Saturday, noon
The Vikings came up just short against Leavitt last week, their first loss since November 2021. They host the ClipperCats with an eye toward getting back on the winning track.

Freeport (2-2) at Oak Hill/St. Dom’s (1-3)
Saturday, 12:30 p.m.
The Raiders showed their mettle by bouncing back from a 12-0 deficit to defeat Winthrop last week. Freeport hopes to bounce back from a 22-2 loss to Poland.

Winthrop/Monmouth/Hall-Dale/Kents Hill (1-3) at John Bapst (3-1)
Saturday, 7 p.m.
The Ramblers are off to an atypical start to the season, while the Crusaders are in the thick of the D North title hunt. Winthrop is guaranteed a playoff spot but will have to work for a home game in the postseason.

Mountain Valley (2-2) at Yarmouth (4-0)
Saturday, 7:15 p.m.
The Falcons hope to be in position to win again as they go from one unbeaten team, Camden Hills, to another.

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