Central-Woodstock (2-1)

At No. 15 Liberty (3-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Falcons open their first season of AA Northwestern District play on the road against the two-time defending district champion Eagles. It isn't likely to be a very warm welcome. Liberty finished its non-district schedule with three consecutive wins over Group AAA opponents and could overpower Central-Woodstock at nearly every position. The Eagles are still searching for consistency in their passing game -- they have attempted only 18 throws -- but running backs Adrian Hull (362 yards), Aaron Hull (147) and Bryan Roof (140) each is averaging more than six yards per carry.

Dominion (0-3) at Wakefield (0-3)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Titans return from a bye week with hopes of picking up momentum as they head toward AA Dulles District play in two weeks. Although the Warriors are a AAA National team, they have struggled mightily this season. One big problem for Wakefield has been turnovers. QB Andrew Allen has passed for 429 yards and four touchdowns but has been intercepted seven times. Dominion senior QB Chris Whipple is completing 67 percent of his passes this season with no interceptions but is battling an infection in his left (non-throwing) hand that has limited his practice time this week.

Jefferson (3-0) at Stone Bridge (2-1)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Bulldogs' first AAA Liberty game is a big one. The Colonials, who moved over from the AAA National, have district victories over Langley and South Lakes. Jefferson senior QB Matt Wong is at the forefront, having passed for 521 yards and rushed for 511 for a team that averages 41.7 points per game. The Colonials' defense has proved penetrable, yielding 28.0 ppg. That should open the door for a Bulldogs team that regained a bit of its swagger with last week's come-from-behind victory over Loudoun Valley.

Loudoun County (1-3)

At Heritage (3-1)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Heritage is coming off its first loss of the season -- 20-14 against Handley on Saturday -- but should still feel pretty good about itself. The Pride kept its composure despite trailing the Judges 20-0 in the fourth quarter. Senior QB Bryan Brosnan continues to use his full arsenal of receivers, spreading his 14 completions to five players for 166 yards. The question is how the Pride's defense will match up against the persistent Loudoun County rushing attack of Morgan Hunt (a Heritage transfer), Danny Slack and Billy Sweeney.

Mount Vernon (0-3)

At Loudoun Valley (2-1)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Loudoun Valley has put its heartbreaking last-second loss to rival Stone Bridge last week behind it. The Vikings have turned their focus to their first AAA National District matchup. Loudoun Valley is among the favorites to win its new district title and opens at home against a Mount Vernon squad that has struggled defensively under first-year coach Tom Glynn. The Majors are yielding 38.3 points per game and are likely to have a hard time containing Viking senior RB Tommy Schonder, who has totaled 262 yards in two games after missing the season opener with a sprained foot.

Potomac Falls (0-3)

At Martinsburg, W.Va. (5-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7 p.m.

Outlook: Injuries have not been kind to Potomac Falls this season. Neither has the Panthers' schedule. For the second straight week Potomac Falls will head to West Virginia, this time to face an undefeated Martinsburg team that beat Broad Run, 55-27, last week. The Panthers lost to unbeaten Jefferson, 31-7, a week ago. The good news for Potomac Falls was that it was a turnover-free performance. The bad news was that the Panthers, outscored 106-25 in three games, again mustered little offense.

Bye Week: Fauquier.

-- ANGELA WATTS