What: Virginia AA Division 4 semifinal.
Teams: Park View (12-0) at Lafayette (11-1).
Kickoff: Cooley Field, Williamsburg, Saturday, 1:30 p.m.
Analysis: No. 3 Park View's single-wing offense averages 42.3 points and 421.7 yards of total offense per game and features three dynamic players in the backfield. Junior quarterback Nick Smith has rushed for 866 yards and 14 touchdowns. He has completed 61 percent of his passes for 1,346 yards and 22 touchdowns with only two interceptions. Senior fullback Nelson Stickley has rushed for 1,217 yards and 15 touchdowns.
But Park View's most dangerous offensive player is also its smallest: 5-foot-6 Dustin Dudinski. The junior wingback averages 10.6 yards per rush and 25.9 yards per catch, and 10 of his 19 receptions have gone for touchdowns.
The Sterling school's defense, which has yielded only 7.4 points per game, is charged with stopping Lafayette's option-oriented attack that scored more than 50 points three times this season. The Rams' Lamont Logan and Josh Horne are elusive running backs who combined for 2,745 yards and 32 touchdowns.
Notable: Park View junior place kicker Brandon Develli has kicked a state-record 68 extra points (out of 70 attempts) this season. Current Virginia Tech kicker Shayne Graham set the previous record of 61 while at Pulaski County High School in 1993 ... Lafayette lost to Salem, 28-18, in last year's Division 4 final. Salem faces Martinsville in Saturday's other Division 4 semifinal ... Park View won the Group AA Division 4 championship in 1988, defeating Brookville, 51-7.
Directions: Interstate 95 south to I-64 east; take Exit 234-A (Lightfoot); turn right onto Route 199 and go to the Longhill Road exit; turn left onto Longhill Road (Route 612) and follow Route 612 for 1.2 miles. Cooley Field will be on the right.