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November 10, 2011

It's playoff time - which means all the big teams are starting to play their biggest games.

We're right there with them.

Our network of analysts and publishers will be at dozens of games this weekend, including 11 which involve a team from the RivalsHigh 100.

Here's a look at just some of the hot spots where we'll be this weekend:

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Rankings as of 10/31
No. 6 Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman vs. Las Vegas (Nev.) Arbor View
Nevada Prep Report : Will Levi
Thursday: In a rematch from three weeks ago, the Aggies became the emergency replacement to face the Gaels in thier Homecoming game after a forfeit. The Gaels rolled in the first game going to the air in what would be a 56-7 win. Now, in the second round of the playoffs, the Aggies will look to give the Gaels more of a challenge in the march to the Sunset Conference Championship.
No. 9 Allen (Texas) vs. Keller (Texas) Central
Rivals.com : Brian Perroni, Southwest Analyst (@bperroni )
Saturday: Allen is a Top-Ten team in the country led by Alabama quarterback commit Alec Morris and four-star running back Jonathan Williams but Keller Central has come on strong this year behind the play of two-way standout and Baylor commit Zack Sanchez. This could be a trap game for Allen.
TheOldCoach.com : Matt Diggs
Saturday: Allen will look to hold up their end of the bargain for a potential round two showdown with Euless Trinity this week as they take on Keller Central who is making their first ever playoff appearance. Allen's offense has plenty of star power with Alec Morris (Alabama) and Jonathan Williams (Missouri). The defense took a big hit with the news that Baylor verbal LB Thaddeus LaGrone is out for the playoffs with a back injury. Central has one of the most dynamic players in DFW in Baylor verbal Zack Sanchez but they may struggle to keep up with the potent Allen offense.
No. 24 Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek vs. Charlotte (N.C.) Kell
Rivals.com : Keith Niebuhr, Southeast Analyst (@KeithRIVALS)
Friday: Mallard Creek senior D.J. Humphries is the nation's No. 1-ranked offensive lineman. Teammate Jela Duncan is among the best running backs in North Carolina. Additionally, Mallard Creek has a strong junior class.
No. 60 Southlake (Texas) Carroll vs. Plano (Texas) East
Rivals.com : Brian Perroni, Southwest Analyst (@bperroni )
Saturday: Plano East has basically been in the playoffs for the last four weeks, needing to win out to make the postseason. Carroll is a traditional power that has returned to prominence this season behind quarterback Kenny Hill.
No. 61 Cincinnati (Ohio) Colerain vs. Cincinnati (Ohio) St. Xavier
BuckeyeGrove.com : Marc Givler (@MarcGivler )
Saturday: Two of Ohio's best programs will face off once again in the playoffs. Colerain has battled injuries all season long but still has a great defense led by Michigan commit Joe Bolden. St. Xavier has numerous future college prospects, most notably junior receiver Trey Kilgore.
No. 70 Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln at Tallahassee (Fla.) Godby
Rivals.com : Chris Nee, State of Florida Analyst (@RivalsCNee )
Friday: Both teams have already punched their tickets for the playoffs, but Friday's regular season finale is a battle of two of the best teams in the Capital City. Both are loaded with talent. Lincoln's senior class includes quarterback Ronald Butler, running back/athlete D.J. Abnar, wide receiver Raphael Andrades, and tight end Connor Sabolic. Their top prospects may be the junior trio of wide receivers Taj Williams and Reggie Davis as well as linebacker James Hearns. Godby counters with six Division I commitments in their senior class - quarterback/athlete Dennis Andrews (Georgia Tech), tight ends Laith Harlow (Oklahoma) and Brandon Holifield (Miami), linebackers Kadeem Thomas (Kentucky) and Jakarri Thomas (Arkansas), as well as defensive back T.J. Davis (Auburn).
No. 72 Stone Mountain (Ga.) Stephenson vs. Valdosta (Ga.) Lowndes
Rivals.com : Keith Niebuhr, Southeast Analyst (@KeithRIVALS)
Saturday: Stephenson has more than a dozen FBS prospects, but Lowndes senior Josh Harvey-Clemons is the game's most well-known prospect. The uncommitted star currently is the country's No. 37 player and is No. 2 among outside linebackers.
No. 74 Tampa (Fla.) Plant vs. Tampa (Fla.) Robinson
FlaVarsity. com : Robert Vojnovski (@rjvojnovski )
Friday: Plant and Robinson are old rivals and both are heading to the postseason. The Panthers only loss is to No. 2 RivalsHigh Armwood while Robinson lost to Tampa Jesuit. James Few and Austin Aikens lead the Panthers, while Robinson is led by Byron Pringle.
No. 78 Matthews (N.C.) Butler vs. Charlotte (N.C.) Independence
Rivals.com : Keith Niebuhr, Southeast Analyst (@KeithRIVALS)
Friday: Quarterback Riley Ferguson, outside linebacker Peter Kalambayi and receiver Uriah LeMay of Butler are considered three of the elite juniors in the region. Some think Kalambayi has five-star potential.
No. 79 Peoria (Ariz.) Centennial vs. Glendale (Ariz.) Deer Valley
ArizonaVarsity : Kevin Stewart
Thursday: Second round of D2 state and Centennial looks to revenge their only loss of the season against Deer Valley. Should Centennial get by the Skyhawks and Chaparral defeats Perry the much anticipated game between these two RH100 teams will take place in the D2 semi-finals next Friday at a neutral site.
No. 85 Middletown (Ohio) High vs. Cincinnati (Ohio) Moeller
BuckeyeGrove.com : Marc Givler (@MarcGivler )
Saturday: The first part of an outstanding Region 4 doubleheader. Middletown is led by super junior athlete Jalin Marshall as well as several other Division I prospects. Moeller boasts senior receiver Monty Madaris and numerous impressive junior prospects.

Delaware, Maryland, N. Carolina, New England, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, S. Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia
Baltimore (Md.) Perry Hall at Baltimore (Md.) Poly
MDHigh.com : Dave Lomonico
Friday: A regional semifinal showdown between two evenly-matched opponents with unique offenses. Checking out Virginia Tech commit Donovan Riley and other potential prospects like Mike DeBaugh, Eric Lantham, Mike Soper and Jamal Chappell.
Gaithersburg (Md.) at Potomac (Md.) Churchill
MDHigh.com : Wayne Yarborough
Friday: Checking out Division-I-caliber prospects like Churchill's Karou Diakite and Gaithersburg's Billy Brown and Simba Gwashavanhu.
Morganza (Md.) Chopticon at Huntingtown (Md.) High
MDHigh.com : Sid Thomas
Friday: Checking out potential prospect Davonte Fletcher and J.W. Smith while taking in a game between two Southern Maryland playoff teams.
Valdese (N.C.) Draughn at Lincolnton (N.C.) High
NCPreps.com : Anthony Perkins
Friday: The second round of the playoffs here in North Carolina. Draughn is having their best season ever and will be facing one of the top programs in the state in Lincolnton. Lincolnton has standout RB Dee Littlejohn, who is a college prospect.
Wanaque (N.J.) Lakeland at Paramus (N.J.) High
NJVarsity : Pat Rice
Friday: First round of North Jersey Section 1 Group 3. This has the fourth-seed against the fifth-seed. It is considered Friday's best match-up in North Jersey. The two squads last battled in 2009 in a game that was won by Lakeland.
Oakcrest (N.J.) High at Moorestown (N.J.) High
NJVarsity : Bobby Deren
Friday: Oakcrest junior linebacker Brandon Bell has 91 tackles on the season and will lead the sixth-seeded Falcoms into a first-round playoff showdown against No. 3 seeded Moorestown, featuring rising junior quarterback Drew Pederson.
Somerville (N.J.) Immaculata at Wayne (N.J.) DePaul
NJVarsity : John Otterstedt (@rivalsnewjersey )
Friday: Fifth-seeded Immaculata visits fourth-seeded DePaul in a game that would have been considered a major Immaculata advantage just a few weeks ago. However, Immaculata (8-1) was surprised by Westfield 37-6 last week while DePaul reeled off its eighth straight win. Top rated junior defensive end Tashawn Bower leads the Immaculata defense, while Rutgers-bound senior Davon Jacobs takes charge of the DePaul secondary.
Baltimore (Md.) Lutheran at Baltimore (Md.) St. Frances
MDHigh.com : Dave Lomonico
Saturday: Checking out Division-I left tackle Sunny Odugwo from St. Frances as well as high-upside recruits like QB Darin Washington and OL Evan Bankins.
Waldorf (Md.) Westlake at Oxon Hill (Md.) Potomac
Irish Illustrated.com : Pete Sampson (@NDatRivals)
Saturday: I'll be watching Notre Dame commit Ronald Darby as Potomac opens the playoff. He plans to attend the Irish game against Maryland at FedEx Field that night. Darby ranks among Notre Dame's most important commitments as a future cornerback for the Irish, which is a major position of need.
Saddle Brook (N.J.) High at Mountain Lakes (N.J.) High
NJVarsity : Pat Rice
Friday: First round of North Jersey Section 1 Group 1. Best matchup in a group of good matchups. Saddle Brook is 9-0, and is travelling to 8-1 Mountain Lakes. Saddle Brook is the up and comer going against a program with history. Mountain Lakes has been to the sectional final in four of the last five years, winning in 2008 and 2009. In addition, Mountain Lakes is one of the better places to see a game. Saddle Brook will be very emotional after FB/De Tyler Vitiello broke his neck last week against Glen Rock.
Atlantic City (N.J.) High at Pennsauken (N.J.) High
NJVarsity : Shawn Brown
Saturday: Top-seed Pennsauken, the No. 23 team in NJVarsity rankings, is one of the most explosive teams in New Jersey led by senior QB Manny Cortez, who leads the state with 29 touchdown passes and senior WR Amar Williams, who has been the best player in South Jersey this fall. The 8th seeded Vikings have the athleticism to compete with the Indians, led by senior WR Ishmail Naji. Williams has made a huge jump on the recruiting radar with offers from Nevada and Kent State along with interest from numerous BCS schools.

Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee
Bearden (Ark.) High vs. Hackett (Ark.) High
ArkansasVarsity.com : Luke Matheson
Thursday: Bearden is a state championship favorite in Class 2A. However, Arkansas Razorback commit Defonta Lowe has been out with an injury, and Hackett running back Dylan Yazel has been setting records this season, and no one has been able to slow him down. Without Lowe, Bearden could be upset in the first round of the playoffs. In fact, ArkansasVarsity.com gives Hackett a 90% chance of upsetting Bearden due to the Bears injuries.
Pensacola (Fla.) Washington at Pensacola (Fla.) Catholic
Rivals.com : Chris Nee, State of Florida Analyst (@RivalsCNee )
Thursday: Neither team has qualified for the postseason, so their regular season finale is the end of the road for both. Both are led by talented underclassmen, for Catholic it is sophomore quarterback Cody Henry and for Washington it is junior athlete Dejon Funderbunk. The top senior in the game is UCF defensive linemen commitment Luke Adams.

Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin
Detroit Cass Tech at Warren (Mich.) De La Salle
TheWolverine.com : Tim Sullivan (@TimS_Wolverine )
Friday: It's a clash of Michigan commits when Detroit Cass Tech seniors Royce Jenkins-Stone, a four-star linebacker and Terry Richardson, a cornerback, will face Warren De La Salle junior quarterback Shane Morris, who will join them in Ann Arbor in two years. Junior defensive back Jourdan Lewis also suits up for Cass Tech. The winner of this game advances to the state semifinals in Michigan's Division-1.
Rivals.com : Josh Helmholdt, Midwest analyst
Friday: Junior quarterback Shane Morris leads De La Salle against two of his fellow Michigan commitments - Rivals100 linebacker Royce Jenkins-Stone and Rivals250 cornerback Terry Richardson - and their Cass Tech squad in a state quarterfinals match up.
Steubenville (Ohio) High vs. Youngstown (Ohio) Cardinal Mooney
BuckeyeGrove.com : Marc Givler (@MarcGivler )
Friday: In a game that reads more like a state final, two of Ohio's top small school powers collide. Steubenville boasts senior defensive back Najee Murray, an Ohio State commit, while Cardinal Mooney has a pair of outstanding juniors in linebacker Courtney Love and defensive back Marcus McWilson.
Floosmoor (Ill.) Homewood-Floosmoor at Naperville (Ill.) Central
EdgyTim.com : EdgyTim (@EdgyTim)
Friday: This Class 8A playoff game features Homewood-Floosmoor QB Tim Williams.
Eden Prairie (Minn.) High vs. Anoka (Minn.) High
MinnesotaPreps.com : Michael Much
Friday: It's a pair of 9-1 teams going at it in a Class AAAAA quarterfinal. But it's tough to tell them apart. Both lost to Wayzata; both are hopeful for another chance. That drive starts here.
Fridley (Minn.) Totino-Grace vs. Prior Lake (Minn.) High
MinnesotaPreps.com : Michael Much
Friday: Class AAAAA quarterfinal. Totino-Grace is on a roll. It has won ten straight since opening the season with a loss.
Grand Blanc (Mich.) High at Rockford (Mich.) High
Rivals.com : Josh Helmholdt, Midwest analyst
Saturday: Three-star offensive tackle Ben Braden leads Rockford in search of their fourth state title in eight years. They will have to get by a Grand Blanc team that features Cincinnati linebacker commitment Lester Liston Jr., Central Michigan safety commitment Jordan Fields and rising junior linebacker prospect Luke MacLean.
Woodstock (Ill.) Marian Central Catholic at Lombard (Ill.) Montini
EdgyTim.com : EdgyTim (@EdgyTim)
Saturday: Class 5A quarterfinal game: Marian Central Catholic features 2013 QB Chris Streveler and 2012 OL/DL Scott Taylor (NIU). Montini Catholic features 2012 WR Jordan Westerkamp (Nebraska) and DL Jaleel Johnson (Iowa)
Chicago (Ill.) Hubbard at Lemont (Ill.) High
EdgyTim.com : EdgyTim (@EdgyTim)
Saturday: Class 6A quarterfinal game: Hubbard features 2012 DT Mario Jones (NIU) and DE/TE Mikhail Dubose. Lemont features 2013 OT Ethan Pocic.
Ann Arbor (Mich.) Pioneer at Novi (Mich.) Detroit Catholic Central
TheWolverine.com : Tim Sullivan (@TimS_Wolverine )
Saturday: Michigan's newest senior commit, Ann Arbor Pioneer running back Drake Johnson will try to lead the Pioneers to an upset over powerful Detroit Catholic Central, the home of senior defensive lineman Matthew Godin also a future Wolverine. Catholic Central has a number of other Division-I prospects, including senior tight end Matt Doneth and junior athlete Wyatt Shallman. The winner of this game advances to the state semifinals in Michigan's Division-1.
Cuyahoga Falls (Ohio) Walsh Jesuit vs. Kent (Ohio) Roosevelt at Twinsburg High
Rivals.com : Greg Ladky (@GregLadky )
Saturday: 2013 QB Prospect Tra'von Chapman leads Roosevelt. QB Nick Wargo from Walsh Jesuit lists a Cincinnati offer.
Plymouth (Minn.) Wayzata vs. Moorhead (Minn.) High
MinnesotaPreps.com : Minnesota Preps
Saturday: Class AAAAA quarterfinal game. At 10-0, Wayzata is the No. 1 team in the state. It's trying to work its way into the RivalsHigh 100.
Lakeville (Minn.) North vs. St. Paul (Minn.) Cretin-Derham Hall
MinnesotaPreps.com : Minnesota Preps
Saturday: Class AAAAA quarterfinal: A pair of 10-0 teams battle it out in the Metrodome with the winner likely getting a meeting with the state's best team, Wayzata.

Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas
Rosenberg (Texas) Terry vs. La Marque (Texas) High
Rivals.com : Brian Perroni, Southwest Analyst (@bperroni )
Thursday: The first-round playoff game is a rematch of a 21-20 Terry win from the first week of the season. Terry wide receiver Derrick Griffin is one of the top juniors in the country.
Carthage (Texas) High vs. Texarkana (Texas) Liberty-Eylau
TheOldCoach.com : Michael Garland
Thursday: Three-time defending Class 3A state champion Carthage has one of their youngest teams in recent memory but they are still considered one of the favorites to make a run once again. The Bulldogs will begin their quest for a 4th title against the always dangerous Liberty-Eylau Leopards. Carthage is led by WR/DB Edward Pope (TCU) and OL Greg Brantley (Oklahoma State).
Snyder (Texas) High vs. Graham (Texas) High
TheOldCoach.com : Matt Stepp
Thursday: A rematch of a 3A bi-district playoff game that went into overtime a year ago is highlighted by Snyder QB and Texas Tech verbal Keenon Ward. Ward is considered the most dynamic player in all of West Texas and is a pure difference maker for the 9-1 Tigers. Graham struggled early in the season with injuries but as they got healthy they earned a share of the District 6-3A crown.
Everman (Texas) High vs. Stephenville (Texas) High
TheOldCoach.com : Matt Stepp
Friday: An old district rivalry gets renewed in the playoffs this week as two of the DFW area's top 4A programs over the past ten years hook up. Everman has the edge in star power on defense with three FBS verbal commits in LB Torey Boozer (Missouri), DE Lincoln Richard (SMU) and DB Horace Richardson (SMU). However, Stephenville holds a big edge in the trenches on both sides of the ball and despite being without Baylor verbal RB Aiavion Edwards, the 'Jackets should get a win.
Sherman (Texas) High vs. Whitehouse (Texas) High
TheOldCoach.com : Matt Diggs
Friday: The scoreboard could get lit up in this one as two of the highest scoring offenses in Class 4A get together. Sherman lost their top receiver a couple of weeks ago, but the Bearcats offense hasn't missed a beat. Whitehouse has been putting up record setting numbers out in East Texas this year with senior QB Hunter Taylor and senior WR Jonathan Aldridge leading the way. Sherman's got an edge in this one due to their star power on defense with Baylor verbal Ryan Reid leading the secondary and junior LB Kahlee Woods.
New Boston (Texas) High vs. Mineola (Texas) High
TheOldCoach.com : Michael Garland
Friday: Two Class 2A squads who have been in and out of the top 20 in the state all year meet up in what should be a very entertaining bi-district game. New Boston has battled injuries to their skill players for a good portion of the year and going against a physical Mineola squad will be a tall order.
Omaha (Neb.) Central at Omaha (Neb.) Burke
HuskerlandPreps.com : Bob Jensen (@HuskerlandBob)
Friday: In Class A, Nebraska's largest class, unbeaten No. 1 Burke (11-0) tries to hold off the challenge of Central (10-1), which has won 10 in a row.
Crete (Neb.) High at Gretna (Neb.) High
HuskerlandPreps.com : Bob Jensen (@HuskerlandBob)
Friday: Crete is the defending Class B champion, in Nebraska's second largest class, and will have its hands full with Gretna, which won both state baseball titles and played for the 2011 Class B state basketball championship.
Mesquite (Texas) West Mesquite vs. Pflugerville (Texas) Hendrickson
Rivals.com : Brian Perroni, Southwest Analyst (@bperroni )
Friday: The first-round playoff game features TCU commit Daje Johnson who is having a huge senior year at running back for Hendrickson vs. a trio of very good juniors for West Mesquite.
New Boston (Texas) High vs. Mineola (Texas) High
TheOldCoach.com : Michael Garland
Friday: Two Class 2A squads who have been in and out of the top 20 in the state all year meet up in what should be a very entertaining bi-district game. New Boston has battled injuries to their skill players for a good portion of the year and going against a physical Mineola squad will be a tall order.
Flower Mound (Texas) Marcus vs. Keller (Texas) Fossil Ridge
Rivals.com : Brian Perroni, Southwest Analyst (@bperroni )
Saturday: Marcus has been one of the surprise teams in the state of Texas and almost knocked off nationally-ranked Allen a few weeks ago. Fossil Ridge is led by three-star defensive tackle Aaron Curry.
TheOldCoach.com : Matt Diggs
Saturday: The first of a Saturday Cowboys Stadium four pack features Marcus with their potent ground attack led by Thunder and Lightning, Harvey Giddens and Jeff Smiley against surprising Keller Fossil Ridge. Ridge has one of the more underrated defensive line prospects in the state in Aaron Curry but standing up to the punishment of the Marcus ground game could be too much to ask.
Denton (Texas) Guyer vs. Lewisville (Texas) Hebron
Rivals.com : Brian Perroni, Southwest Analyst (@bperroni )
Saturday: Guyer made a run to the state championship game a year ago but Hebron has a solid defense that could pose problems in this first-round game. Both teams have more than their fair share of top prospects as well.
TheOldCoach.com : Matt Diggs
Saturday: Guyer lost their chance at a share of the 7-5A title last week with a 13 point loss to Southlake Carroll, but the Wildcats are hopeful they have another deep playoff run in them. The last three years Guyer has made the state semi-finals twice and last year they got all the way to the 5A Division II title game. The Wildcats have plenty of star power with Stanford verbal WR Conner Crane and sophomore QB Jerrod Heard but their real strength is a front seven on defense that features three FBS verbal commits. LB Dominic Ramacher (Oklahoma State), DT Daniel Kottman (San Diego State) and DT Cody Hennesee (Rice). Hebron is back in the playoffs after missing out on playoff action in 2010, Baylor verbal Kiante' Griffin hasn't been a big part of the Hawks attack and for them to pull the upset he'll need to make some plays. Hebron has some defensive talent with sophomore DB Jamal Adams and Arkansas verbal DE Deatrich Wise.
Wylie (Texas) East vs. Frisco (Texas) High
TheOldCoach.com : Matt Stepp
Saturday: One of the DFW area's most talented offenses in Wylie East hooks up with Frisco who is making a return to the playoffs after a long hiatus. East which is just playing their second season of varsity football is led by their terrific trip of juniors in RB Jabari Anderson and WR's Quan Jones and Marcell Ateman. Frisco is a little more old school as they rely on a punishing ground game paced by speedy Carlos Harris.
Forney (Texas) North Forney vs. Wills Point (Texas) High
TheOldCoach.com : Matt Stepp
Saturday: Surprising second-year program North Forney is coming off an impressive 9-1 season, they are looking for their first ever playoff win against a solid Wills Point squad out of 14-3A. Look for North with their potent ground game to advance to the area round against one of the East Texas 3A powers next week.
Southlake (Texas) Carroll vs. Plano (Texas) East
TheOldCoach.com : Matt Diggs
Saturday: Unbeaten Southlake Carroll will be on upset alert this week against a red hot Plano East squad that's won its last four games. The Panther don't have a ton of individual big names, but as an offensive unit their speed can be hard to contained as evidenced by their 700 yard performance last week against Lewisville. Southlake is coming off their most impressive win of the year, a 42-29 win over Denton Guyer. Junior QB Kenny Hill accounted for all six touchdowns in the win, he'll need some help from his friends this week if the Dragons want to advance. WR Sabian Holmes (Baylor) and WR Peyton Williams (Colorado) will need to be accounted for. On defense LB Will Davis (Kansas State) leads the Dragons.

Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming
Newhall (Calif) Hart vs. Valencia (Calif) West Ranch at Valencia High School
CaliforniaPreps.com : Dave Rogahn and Dave Keefer
Thursday: Hart (6-3) needs a win to stay alive in the playoff picture. If Valencia loses on Friday (see below) Hart will finish third in the Foothill League and will gain an automatic playoff berth.
Saugus (Calif) vs. Valencia (Calif) at College of the Canyons
CaliforniaPreps.com : Dave Rogahn and Dave Keefer
Friday: Both teams are involved in a 3-way tie for first place in the Foothill League, so a win for either means at least a share of the league title. For Valencia it would be its second league title ever.
Elk Grove (Calif.) Franklin High at Grass Valley (Calif.) Nevada Union
NorCalPreps.com : Douglas Benton (@NorCalPreps)
Friday: In possibly the best opening-round game of the Sac-Joaquin Section playoffs, Franklin-Nevada Union meet up in an 8-9 match-up in Division I. Franklin is coming off of a 28-20 loss to Grant to end the regular season while Nevada Union has rebounded from a three game losing streak with a three game winning streak in the Sierra Foothill League.
Woodland (Calif.) High vs. Folsom (Calif.) Vista del Lago at Folsom High School
NorCalPreps.com : Michael Benton (@NorCalPreps)
Friday: This Sac-Joaquin Section Division III opener features a pair of teams who can put points up on the board. Woodland is led by Washington State wide receiver commit Dalen Jones, who lines up at quarterback for the Wolves. Vista del Lago is paced by one of the top quarterback-receiver combos in the area with Aaron Young and Logan Smith.
Valley Christian San Jose at Serra San Mateo
NorCalPreps.com : Steve Hu (@husteve )
Friday: This Sac-Joaquin Section Division III opener features a pair of teams who can put points up on the board. Woodland is led by Washington State wide receiver commit Dalen Jones, who lines up at quarterback for the Wolves. Vista del Lago is paced by one of the top quarterback-receiver combos in the area with Aaron Young and Logan Smith.
Salem (Ore.) South Salem at Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic
OregonPreps.com : Dirk Knudsen (@NWprepreport)
Friday: Looking for three Rams to have a big night for CC. Army All American Alex Balducci who is committed to Oregon and Jacob Nall who is committed to Portland State will be joined by Junior Dallen Leavitt who committed to BYU early this year. For the Saxons we will be watching one man wrecking crew Maximo Espitia Jr. who is on his way to Cal after this year.
Highland (N.M.) High at Eldorado (N.M.) High
NMPreps. com : Kyle Henderson (@nmpreps)
Saturday: First play-off game of the 2011 season. Highland is scoring 45 points per game and Eldorado has won two straight. Size vs. Speed this Saturday in Albuquerque.

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