* Largo at High Point, 7:30 p.m. tomorrow: With a victory, the Lions can earn their first playoff berth since 1995. Largo has won its past two games in large part because of a stingy defense and the running of Charlie Rivers, who has rushed for more than 100 yards in each of nine games this season. Largo has won the past five meetings in the series.

* Fairmont Heights at Potomac, 2 p.m. Saturday: It seems like a long shot, but if the Hornets pull off what likely would be the county's biggest surprise this season, they could make the playoffs. Fairmont Heights must find a way to score against a Potomac team that has allowed only 15 points in its first nine games. The Wolverines are trying for their first 10-0 regular season since 1996.

* Suitland at Eleanor Roosevelt, 2 p.m. Saturday: Annual end-of-season meeting between Prince George's 4A powers holds little meaning in terms of playoff positions, but is still worth plenty when it comes to bragging rights. Suitland can win the league title outright with a victory; with a loss it would share the crown with Roosevelt and C.H. Flowers, should the Jaguars defeat Bowie.

* Douglass at Friendly, 2:30 p.m. Saturday: The Patriots have won six consecutive games to earn a Maryland 2A South Region playoff berth, their first postseason appearance since winning a state title in 1998. The key matchup will be Friendly QB Joe Haden, the county's leading passer, against a Douglass defense that has struggled sometimes to defend the pass.

-- JOSH BARR