Battlefield (2-6) at Fauquier (3-5)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Fauquier has controlled the tempo and time of possession in many games this season with an offense that has piled up 1,285 yards rushing and 1,113 yards passing. The problem for the Falcons has been converting in the red zone. Fauquier has 19 offensive touchdowns but should find the going easier against a second-year Battlefield program that itself is averaging 11.1 points per game, worst in the AAA Cedar Run District.

Dominion (3-5)

at Broad Run (0-8)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Dominion picked up its first AA Dulles District win in school history earlier this year against Loudoun County and is eager to add another. The Titans will find it tough going if senior running back Tony Armenteros, who left last week's loss to Heritage after the third play of the game with a high ankle sprain, does not make it back. Coach Mike Dougherty said the status of Armenteros, who has 603 yards rushing and 10 of the Titans' 14 touchdowns, is doubtful. That could open the door for winless Broad Run. The Spartans are yielding 36.3 points per game this season, most of any team in the district.

Liberty (6-2) at Millbrook (3-5)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Liberty kept its playoff hopes alive last week by rebounding from its first back-to-back regular season losses since 1999 to upend Warren County, 47-7. The Eagles held senior H.B. Banjoman, the Washington area's leading rusher with 2,052 yards and 32 touchdowns, to less than 100 yards rushing for the first time this season. Such stinginess on defense was coupled with another terrific all-around performance by senior Adrian Hull, who rushed for 110 yards and two touchdowns, caught three passes for 36 yards and another score and returned a punt 49 yards for a touchdown.

Loudoun County (3-5)

at Park View (4-4)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Park View's dramatic come-from-behind victory at Potomac Falls last week puts the Patriots in line for a possible playoff berth. If Park View can defeat Loudoun County and Broad Run in its final two games, the Patriots will win the AA Dulles title outright and an automatic berth into the Region II Division 4 playoffs. Sophomore quarterback C.J. Leizear and junior running back Deric Dudinski continue to set the pace for the Patriots, as do senior running backs Danny Slack and Billy Sweeney for the Raiders.

Loudoun Valley (7-1)

at Stuart (1-7)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Senior running back Tommy Schonder leads the way for Loudoun Valley with a strong, determined running style that those in the district have found nearly impossible to stop. Schonder, since returning from an early-season foot injury, has not been held to less than 100 yards in any of his seven games and only once has failed to score a touchdown.

Marshall (5-3)

at Stone Bridge (7-1)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Senior running back Shamar Knight-Justice needed two carries last week against Woodson to total 158 yards and two touchdowns, including a school-record 93-yard scoring run on the game's first play from scrimmage. But it is junior quarterback Terrence Glenn's progression that continues to lead the Bulldogs. Glenn has rushed for a team-high 738 yards and nine touchdowns and has thrown for 681 yards and seven scores.