Other Games

Broad Run (0-2) at Martinsburg, W.Va. (4-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7 p.m.

Outlook: Broad Run is entering its fourth consecutive game against an undefeated opponent. The Spartans, affected by costly turnovers, have yet to break any of those win streaks. Things won't get easier with a second consecutive trip to West Virginia, this time to face a Bulldogs team led by RB Josh Twyman and WR/DB D.J. Porter that has won its first four games by an average of more than two touchdowns.

Herndon (2-0) at Park View (0-2)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Turnovers and defensive mental lapses have dogged Park View this season. The good news for the Patriots is that those errors are easily corrected. They'll face another difficult test this week from Herndon and must find a way to slow an offense -- led by QB Jay Lopez and RBs DeAndre Richardson and Chris Thompson -- that has posted 70 points in its first two games.

No. 17 Liberty (2-0) at Culpeper (0-3)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Liberty has had a week off to work on improving an offense that, despite the team's success, has struggled a bit early. Testing the waters should be easier this week against Culpeper, which has been outscored 101-23 by its first three opponents -- Courtland, Colonial Forge and Hylton.

Potomac Falls (0-2) at Jefferson, W.Va. (3-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7 p.m.

Outlook: Potomac Falls should be well-rested after its bye week -- and it likely will need every bit of that energy on the road against a steady Jefferson team that has beaten Sherando, Park View and Broad Run. The Panthers must find a way to generate offense -- they scored just 12 and 6 points in their two opening losses -- because the Cougars have scored 35 points or more in each of their past two games.

Warren County (1-1)

at Loudoun County (1-2)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Loudoun County is coming off a 62-0 victory over Rappahannock County. Ten Raiders combined to total 378 yards rushing and seven touchdowns. That's nearly identical to the numbers Warren County senior H.B. Banjoman accumulated in a record-breaking performance against Randolph-Macon Academy. Banjoman rushed for 366 yards and a school-record seven touchdowns in the Wildcats' 49-26 win, scoring on runs of 7, 35, 10, 11, 36, 32 and 71 yards.

Woodbridge (1-1) at Fauquier (1-2)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Thanks to a near 90-minute lightning delay, the Falcons' first win under new coach Greg Hatfield last week at Stafford took more than four hours. It was well worth the wait for a group that fell just short in its first two outings against No. 17 Liberty and Potomac. Senior QB Zac Caito leads the Falcons with 198 yards rushing and 452 yards passing in three games.

Heritage (3-0) at Handley (1-1)

When: Saturday, 1 p.m.

Outlook: Heritage's 15-13 win at Brentsville on Friday gave the Pride its first three-game win streak in school history. Extending that streak to four games will be a difficult task against a talented Handley team that traditionally plays well at home. Judges QB J.J. Dorsey totaled 344 yards of offense in last week's home-opening win over Strasburg, 48-0. Handley's defense held Strasburg to two first downs.

Bye Week: Dominion.

-- ANGELA WATTS