Fauquier (2-3) at Culpeper (1-4)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Falcons rallied from a 21-point first-quarter deficit for a 28-21 victory over Freedom-Woodbridge on Monday. Now Fauquier will look to string together back-to-back wins for the first time this season against a Culpeper team that, despite picking up its first win of the year, 17-0, over Albemarle on Monday, has been outscored 138-47.

Loudoun County (2-3)

At Dominion (2-3)

When: Saturday, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Loudoun County's 27-19 victory over Heritage two weeks ago did not count in the district standings, but it certainly sent the Raiders into their bye week on a high. Now Loudoun County, led by senior RBs Danny Slack and Billy Sweeney, will travel to face a Dominion team that is coming off back-to-back nonconference victories and is searching for its first AA Dulles District win in school history.

Madison (3-2)

At Stone Bridge (4-1)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Warhawks and Bulldogs are the only unbeaten teams remaining in AAA Liberty District play. That means the winner of this one will have at least a one-game lead on every other team in the district. Stone Bridge is paced by junior QB Terrence Glenn (562 yards rushing, 395 yards passing, 10 touchdowns); the Warhawks bring the talented running combination of Ranyer Bravo, Justin Duncan and Aaron Lambert.

Potomac Falls (1-4)

At Broad Run (0-5)

When: Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Outlook: Potomac Falls finally got its offense rolling in Monday's 35-14 victory over Washington-Lee. Standout linebacker-running back Jay Branom carried most of the load, rushing for 233 yards and a touchdown. He also threw for a score in an option offense the Panthers are using more often. Broad Run, after a difficult nonconference schedule, may have to open league play without standout RB Thayer Nelson (539 yards rushing), who is questionable with a high ankle sprain.

Sherando (3-2)

At No. 13 Liberty (5-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: It's been a big week for Liberty with the announcement Monday that standout offensive lineman Alex Stadler has orally committed to play for the University of Alabama next season. Now comes a string of big games as the Eagles get Sherando, Handley and Warren County -- three quality AA Northwestern District opponents -- in consecutive weeks. Liberty, unbeaten in the regular season the past two years, is led by senior RB Adrian Hull, who has rushed for 695 yards and has 11 touchdowns this season.

Washington-Lee (0-5)

At Loudoun Valley (4-1)

When: Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Outlook: It could be a happy homecoming for the Vikings as they host a Generals team that has been outscored 149-30 through its first five games, including two shutouts. Loudoun Valley's defense has been stout all season, and the return of senior QB Sam Clay has helped open the offense. Loudoun Valley is averaging nearly 30 points per game, led by five rushing touchdowns each by RBs Brock Bell and Tommy Schonder.

-- ANGELA WATTS