Broad Run (0-6) at Heritage (3-3)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Both teams are seeking their first AA Dulles District win of the season and hoping to reverse their recent fortunes. The Pride has lost three consecutive games after starting the season 3-0, but the good news is that none of those defeats has come by more than eight points. That's something Heritage, led by senior QB Bryan Brosnan (802 yards passing), should find encouraging. The Spartans, meanwhile, remain winless, having been outscored 206-83 this season. Standout senior RB Thayer Nelson (567 yards rushing) has been bothered by a high ankle sprain but continues to lead the way for the Spartans.

Loudoun County (2-4) at Potomac Falls (2-4)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Potomac Falls has found new life in the past two weeks, besting Washington-Lee and Broad Run by a combined 59-14. The difference has been the ability to create turnovers -- the Panthers forced five in their AA Dulles District opener against the Spartans -- and the frequent move to a single-wing formation that puts the ball in the hands of senior RB Jay Branom (711 yards rushing, 140 passing, 9 TDs). Loudoun County is looking to regroup from its district-opening loss at Dominion. The Raiders moved junior Kevin Patterson to starting quarterback two weeks ago and hope his continued improvement will help open running lanes for seniors Danny Slack (564 yards rushing) and Billy Sweeney (558).

Osbourn Park (4-2) at Fauquier (3-3)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: It's a quick turnaround for Osbourn Park, whose game against rival Osbourn was pushed back to Monday night because of wet fields last Friday. The Yellow Jackets lost that game, 23-21, and gave up 288 yards of offense to QB Brandon Hogan, who was returning from a two-game suspension. Those numbers bode well for senior QB Zac Caito, who averages 123.7 yards passing and 71.3 yards rushing per game to lead the Falcons. Fauquier would do well to strike quickly against Osbourn Park. Fauquier has won its past two games -- against Freedom-Woodbridge and Culpeper, 28-21 and 33-29, respectively -- but trailed 21-0 and 21-7 at the end of the first quarter in each game before rallying.

Liberty (5-1) at Handley (5-1)

When: Saturday, 1 p.m.

Outlook: Sherando snapped Liberty's 17-game win streak against AA Northwestern District opponents last week -- the Eagles' first district loss since Nov. 8, 2002 -- with an aggressive and precise passing attack. Handley will offer an even bigger challenge with sophomore QB J.J. Dorsey, who is an equal threat to run or throw. Liberty isn't as balanced -- the Eagles have racked up 1,609 yards rushing this season and 363 passing -- but does have the size and athleticism to move the ball on the Judges and contain their attack. The winner of this game will have the inside track to the district title.

Loudoun Valley (5-1) at Falls Church (4-2)

When: Saturday, 1 p.m.

Outlook: Loudoun Valley's two stiffest tests in the AAA National District will come in the next two weeks as the Vikings travel to face Falls Church and then host Edison (6-0). Up first are the Jaguars and QB Joey Collins, who has thrown for 1,377 yards and 15 touchdowns this season. Collins has used eight receivers, but his primary targets are Tony Collins, Ronald Davis and Maximillian HurKamp. The Vikings' defense is stout, allowing 7.3 points per game. The secondary, led by seniors Kody Farr and J.D. Harkey, is solid, too.

Stone Bridge (5-1) at McLean (2-4)

When: Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

Outlook: Stone Bridge needed overtime to beat its past two opponents, Langley and Madison. Now the Bulldogs are alone atop the AAA Liberty District, the only unbeaten team in district play. That puts them in control of their playoff future with remaining games against McLean, W.T. Woodson, Marshall and South Lakes, which are a combined 10-14. Junior QB Terrence Glenn continues to lead the Bulldogs, having thrown for 464 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for 611 yards and eight scores.