AAA Div. 5 Northwestern

E.C. Glass at Massaponax

Tonight, 7:30

Outlook: Massaponax (11-0) is aiming for its second region title in three years and has been hardly challenged this year. The Panthers' trio of rushers -- QB Jay Kenney and RBs E.J. Wilson and Thaddeus Scruggs -- should create problems for the Hilltoppers (7-4). E.C. Glass is led by QB Justin DeVaul, who was 13 for 18 for 126 yards in last week's win over Brooke Point.

AA Div. 3 Region 1

York vs.

James Monroe

Where: Maury Stadium, Fredericksburg

Tomorrow, 1:30 p.m.

Outlook: The visiting Falcons (7-3) will have their hands full against James Monroe (10-1) and QB Delano Green (1,926 passing yards), who has been dominant as the Yellow Jackets took second in the Battlefield District. York can cover a lot of ground with the run; Maceo Holmes and Sean Blow combined for 415 rushing yards and six touchdowns in a 49-14 win over Poquoson last week.

AA Div. 3 Region 2

Turner Ashby at Handley

Tomorrow, 1 p.m.

Outlook: Handley (10-1) has won 10 consecutive games after falling to unbeaten Harrisonburg, 27-21, in its season opener. Judges sophomore QB J.J. Dorsey is a dual threat behind center, having rushed for 1,305 yards and 17 touchdowns and thrown for 1,894 yards and 19 scores. Turner Ashby is 9-2.

AA Div. 4 Region 2

Sherando at Harrisonburg

Tomorrow, 1:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Warriors (9-2) scored 27 fourth-quarter points last week to defeat Louisa County, 48-35, and advance to the championship game against Harrisonburg (11-0), which finished as the Virginia AA Division 4 runner-up a year ago. Sherando is led by freshman QB Ross Metheny (1,687 yards, 16 TDs) and senior RB Joe Oher (1,879 yards, 23 TDs).

A Region B Div. 2

Chatham at

Manassas Park

Tonight, 7:30

Outlook: Chatham (10-1) snapped Gretna's 38-game winning streak last week and tonight has the opportunity to halt defending state champion Manassas Park's 25-game winning streak. Cougars Coach Jeff Lloyd, whose team has won 28 consecutive home games, calls Chatham the biggest team he has seen in his eight years as coach. But Manassas Park (11-0) might be able to offset the Cavaliers' size with the speed of senior QB Jay Terrell (1,578 rushing yards, 1,125 passing yards, 38 total touchdowns) and others.