Freedom (1-3) at Fauquier (1-3)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: After a week off, Fauquier hosts second-year program Freedom-Woodbridge of the AAA Commonwealth District. It is the Falcons' last non-district game before starting their AAA Cedar Run schedule. Fauquier's offense, led by senior QB Zac Caito and sophomore WR Walter Davis, should find plenty of room to work against a defense that has yielded an average of 38.7 points to its past three opponents.

King George (0-4) at Dominion (1-3)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: After being shut out in their first two games, the Titans appear to be turning it around. In last week's 28-21 victory over Wakefield, a AAA National District team, Dominion had two rushers surpass 100 yards for the first time this season. Senior Tony Armenteros totaled 146 yards and two touchdowns and junior Edris Amin added 107 yards. They'll look to keep it rolling against a King George team -- a member of the AA Battlefield District -- that has managed one touchdown in each of its past two games.

No. 15 Liberty (4-0, 1-0 AA Northwestern)

at James Wood (1-3, 1-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7 p.m.

Outlook: As expected, the inexperienced but talented Eagles are gaining confidence with each victory. Liberty opened its AA Northwestern District schedule last week with a 28-0 victory over district newcomer Central-Woodstock -- the second straight game in which it did not yield a touchdown -- and will look to make it three in a row against the Colonials. Liberty has outscored James Wood by a combined 100-0 the past two seasons.

Martinsburg, W.Va., (6-0) at Park View (1-3)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Patriots gained confidence after last week's 46-23 non-conference victory over Broad Run but have one more stiff non-conference test before they head into AA Dulles District play. Martinsburg has faced two other area teams so far this year -- Broad Run and Potomac Falls -- and beat them by a combined 90-36. The Patriots will try to go more to junior RB Deric Dudinski, who was the county's leading rusher in 2004 with 1,627 yards but has yet to gain 100 yards in a game this season.

Stone Bridge (3-1, 1-0 AAA Liberty)

at Langley (1-3, 1-1)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Bulldogs amassed 49 points and 551 total yards in their first AAA Liberty District victory last week over previously unbeaten Jefferson. That could spell trouble for a Langley team that despite picking up its first win of the season last week over Marshall is yielding 26.8 points per game. The Saxons are big up front -- their smallest lineman weighs 250 pounds -- but they must find a way to counter the Bulldogs' speed.

Washington-Lee (0-4) at Potomac Falls (0-4)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: As much as the Panthers' offense has struggled this season -- averaging 8.5 points a game -- the Generals (AAA National District) have struggled more. Washington-Lee, which has had one winning season in 30 years, has scored 16 points in four games, including being shut out twice. Look for Potomac Falls, which lost its top two quarterbacks to injury, to continue to mix things up. Last week senior RB-LB Jay Branom also passed for 43 yards, and there could be more of that in the works.

Bye: Broad Run, Heritage, Loudoun County.

-- ANGELA WATTS