Broad Run (4-1, 2-0) at Park View (4-1, 2-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: This game is for more than sole possession of second place in the AA Dulles District, as the loser will suffer a tremendous blow to its playoff hopes. On paper, the teams are fairly evenly matched with the game featuring the district's top two running backs: Park View sophomore Deric Dudinski (931 yards, 12 touchdowns) and Broad Run junior Thayer Nelson (768 yards, 9 touchdowns). That means the game likely will be won at the line of scrimmage, where the area's two biggest teams will square off. Both backs possess sufficient speed and agility to go the distance if given some room.

Loudoun Valley (3-2, 1-1) at Heritage (1-4, 0-2)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Both of Loudoun Valley's losses have come in overtime, including last week's heartbreaking decision at home against Broad Run.

To get back on track, the Vikings' offense, led by senior quarterback Stephen Sheehan's 406 yards rushing and 262 yards passing, must continue to find a way to help a defensive unit that has been solid all season. In return, though, that defensive unit must stand up to a team that will test its secondary more than any other has this season. Heritage junior quarterback Bryan Brosnan (679 yards passing, 7 touchdowns) averages 20 pass attempts per game and has spread the ball to seven receivers. The Pride, though, is conceding 29 points per game and still searching for its first league win of the year.

Millbrook (2-3, 2-0) at Fauquier (1-4, 0-2)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Falcons are struggling to win this season, but it's not for lack of effort -- or opportunity. Three of Fauquier's four losses have come by three points or less, including last week's 24-23 defeat at Warren County. Fauquier scored a touchdown in the fourth quarter to pull within one but failed to convert the two-point conversion to take the lead. The Falcons, led by senior Chris Douglas (585 yards rushing, 230 receiving), will look to recover against a second-year Millbrook team that dropped three consecutive games to start the season but has rallied to post back-to-back league victories over James Wood and Brentsville.

Potomac Falls (2-3, 1-1) at Dominion (3-2, 0-2)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Potomac Falls got back in the win column last week with a victory over Loudoun County but came close to squandering the 21-point lead it built in the opening quarter. The problem, again, was turnovers. Three more fumbles -- which brings its season total to 17 -- nearly proved costly. Still, the Panthers will look to even their record against a second-year Dominion team that has been outscored 81-19 in its first two district games. Titans junior quarterback Chris Whipple is picking up steam, however -- he passed for a career-high 200 yards last week against Park View -- and has a host of talented receivers to chose from, including Chris Nduku (18 catches, 295 yards) and Cameron Hadnot (9, 116).

No. 16 Stone Bridge (5-0, 2-0) at Loudoun County (1-4, 1-1)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Stone Bridge's success this season has not been unexpected. It's the way the Bulldogs are winning that has taken some by surprise. A team that has dominated opponents in previous years with its running game has not had a rusher surpass 100 yards in more than a month.

Instead, it's senior quarterback Sean Ryan (894 yards passing) and senior tight end Brian Calloway (28 catches, 428 yards) who have accounted for most of the offense. They will square off this week against a Raiders' squad that has similarly found success in the passing game with senior quarterback Grant Jones (446 yards passing) and senior wideout Cameron Harris (12 catches, 280 yards).