4A East

Arundel at

Old Mill

Today, 5:15 p.m.

Outlook: Arundel (9-2), facing talented RB Ryan Callahan (1,644 yards, 28 rushing touchdowns ), hopes for a repeat of last week's performance in which a strong defensive performance held Thomas Stone scoreless, with 104 yards rushing. Old Mill (9-2) won the schools' last meeting, 41-14, in the season opener for both teams.

4A North

No. 7 Sherwood at Perry Hall

Tonight, 7

Outlook: QB Deontay Twyman leads the area's third-highest scoring offense against one of the more physical teams the Warriors will see in Perry Hall (11-0). Twyman has played his best down the stretch for the Warriors (10-1), throwing for 14 touchdowns in the last four games.

3A East

River Hill

at Severna Park

Tomorrow, 1 p.m.

Outlook: River Hill (10-1) is led by senior RB Nick Campanaro, who has rushed for 1,292 yards and 15 TDs, leading an offense that averages 31.7 points per game. Severna Park (10-1), riding a 10-game winning streak and seeking its first state semifinal appearance since 2000, features a dominating defense that has posted three shutouts and given up an average of 10.8 points per game.

3A West

No. 8 Seneca Valley at Westminster

Tonight, 7

Outlook: One week after allowing five touchdown passes after halftime in a 45-39 triple-overtime victory over Urbana, Seneca Valley (10-1) will be challenged by Westminster's high-powered pass offense. QB Kevin Clancy, a third-year starter, has thrown 32 touchdown passes for the Owls (10-1), who are coming off their first playoff victory since 1976.

2A South

Potomac at Atholton

Tonight, 7

Outlook: Atholton (8-3), led by senior RB Matt Winger (1,948 yards, 20 TDs), is vying for its first region title in school history. Defending state champ Potomac (9-2) features senior QB James Nickens (972 yards passing, 14 TDs) and senior WR Bobby Shannon, who has five TD receptions in the past three games.

1A South

Poolesville vs.

Dunbar (Balt.)

Tomorrow, 1 p.m.

Where: Mergenthaler, Baltimore.

Outlook: Poolesville's quest for its first state title inevitably leads it back to defending champion Dunbar (9-2), which has defeated the Falcons (10-1) in this game each of the past two seasons. Poolesville will rely on RB Jared Christman (1,638 rushing yards) to pound the ball against a team that many believe could compete for the title in 2A and 3A.