Heritage (2-7, 1-5) at Dominion (3-6, 0-6)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Three quarterbacks in the AA Dulles District have exceeded 1,000 yards passing this season. Two of them will be showcased in this game, as Dominion looks for its first district victory in its two-year history and third-year Heritage seeks to win back-to-back district games for the first time in its history. (Heritage defeated Loudoun County, 26-20, in triple overtime last week.) Titans junior Chris Whipple (1,106 yards passing) has passed for 100 yards or more in seven games, including 167 yards in last week's loss to district champion Stone Bridge. Whipple completed passes to six receivers. Pride junior Bryan Brosnan (1,165 yards) has passed for more than 100 yards in five games, twice throwing for more than 200 yards.

No. 6 Liberty (9-0, 6-0) at Fauquier (4-5, 3-3)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Liberty has secured its second consecutive AA Northwestern District championship and a berth in the Region II Division 4 playoffs. Still, the Eagles need to defeat their biggest rival for a second time this season to secure a second straight undefeated regular season and stay in the running to host a first-round playoff game. The Falcons aren't expected to make it easy. Liberty's 16-13 victory over Fauquier in the season-opener proved its narrowest margin of victory this year. No other Eagles opponent got closer than 28 points.

The Falcons again will have to find a way to slow Liberty senior Justin Carrington, who last week became Fauquier County's all-time leading rusher with 1,509 yards and 23 total touchdowns. Carrington, whose lowest total this year is 129 yards (in that first meeting with Fauquier), broke the record of 1,408 yards that the Falcons' Kevin Cash set in 1989.

Loudoun Valley (6-3, 4-2) at Loudoun County (2-7, 2-4)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Vikings are coming off an inspiring victory over Park View that kept them in a second-place tie in the district standings with Broad Run and Park View heading into the last week of the season.

To finish with at least a second-place tie, the Vikings will have to defeat their biggest rival. Both teams' quarterbacks are closing in on 1,000 yards for the season -- only they are doing so in different categories. Loudoun Valley senior Stephen Sheehan (522 yards passing) needs 106 yards rushing to reach 1,000 yards. Loudoun County senior Grant Jones needs 139 yards passing to reach 1,000.

Potomac Falls (4-5, 3-3) at Park View (7-2, 4-2)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Park View was riding a four-game winning streak last season when it fell in overtime at Loudoun Valley. That heartbreaking defeat led to another, as the Patriots failed to score a touchdown in its season-ending loss at Potomac Falls that left them 5-5. Park View Coach Charlie Pierce said he is determined not to have history repeat, even though last week's 28-17 loss to the Vikings ended the Patriots' playoff hopes. "I told the guys to remember last year when we lost [to Loudoun Valley] in overtime and then fell apart," Pierce said.

"We didn't play that last game the way we were capable of playing. I'm not going to let that happen again. We're going to finish this season strong, playing hard." Potomac Falls needs a victory to finish at .500.