Virginia AAA Div. 5

No. 8 Massaponax vs. Hampton

At Darling Stadium, Hampton

Tomorrow, 1:30 p.m.

Outlook: The visiting Panthers (12-0) have outscored opponents, 412-104, behind a potent option attack led by QB Jay Kenney and RBs E.J. Wilson and Thaddeus Scruggs. The storied Crabbers (11-1) have won a record 16 state titles but have none since 1998 -- the year Massaponax opened. Hampton QB Tyrod Taylor is a force as a rusher and a thrower.

Virginia AA Div. 4

Sherando (10-2)

at Powhatan (11-1)

Tomorrow, 1:30 p.m.

Outlook: Region II champion Sherando, playing its fifth road game in its last six contests, hopes to keep its 14-game road winning streak alive and advance to the state championship game for the first time since back-to-back appearances in 1995 and 1996. RB Joe Oher leads the Warriors with 2,102 rushing yards and 27 TDs. The Indians feature Region I defensive player of the year Maureik Goode. Powhatan won the state title in 2003.

Virginia AA Div. 3

James Monroe at Turner-Ashby

Tomorrow, 1:30 p.m.

Outlook: The task for Turner-Ashby (10-2) will be to slow down the visiting Yellow Jackets' explosive offense, led by QB Delano Green, who has thrown for 2,000 yards and run for almost 1,000. James Monroe (11-1) has scored 110 points in two playoff games to clinch its first region title since winning the state crown in 1996. Turner-Ashby has its own potent offense, which averages more than 30 points per game. QB Seth Little is a strong passer and can also run the ball.

Virginia A Div. 2

Manassas Park

at Washington & Lee

Tomorrow, 1:30 p.m.

Outlook: Defending state champion Manassas Park (12-0) has won 26 consecutive games, but this is the first time during that streak that the Cougars will have to play a postseason game on their opponent's home field. Washington & Lee, a school in Montross, Va. -- southeast of Fredericksburg -- knocked off unbeaten King William last week to improve to 11-1. W&L has a 2,000-yard rusher, Marquese Gray, and a 1,000-yard passer, Eric Travis.

Maryland 2A

Potomac (Md.)

at Joppatowne

Tonight, 7

Outlook: Both teams are seeking their third consecutive state final appearance. Joppatowne (10-2) won the Maryland 1A title in 2003; Potomac (10-2) is the Maryland 2A defending champion. The Wolverines are led by RB Anthoinial Coles (17 rushing TDs) and LB Adrian McLeod, but must counter Joppatowne's powerful running game, led by David Dudley (1,984 yards, 24 TDs).

Maryland 1A

Brunswick vs. Allegany

Tonight, 7

At Greenway Stadium, Cumberland

Outlook: Brunswick is 9-3 and has averaged 44.7 points during its current four-game winning streak. A win would give the Railroaders their first trip to a state final since 1999. Allegany, which is vying for the school's eighth state title, is 12-0 and has allowed an opponent to score more than 16 points just once this season.

Compiled by Josh Barr, Rich Campbell, Jon Gallo, Sean P. Flynn and Preston Williams