No. 2 North Mecklenburg at No. 8 West Charlotte, Tuesday, 7:45 p.m.: The game of the week brings together tworivals who always seem to play high stakes games. West Charlotte (14-5, 6-2 I-Meck 4A) is the only North Carolina team to beat North Meck (16-2, 7-1) this year. Another win and the Lions would be tied for first place and own atiebreaker over the Vikings. It's a must-win for both teams.
Hopewell girls at Hough, Tuesday, 6:15 p.m.: Hopewell (11-6, 7-1 I-Meck 4A) and Hough (11-6, 7-1) share identicalrecords and are tied for first place in the conference, one game ahead of Mallard Creek (13-3, 6-2). Hough has won five straight games.
Myers Park at East Mecklenburg, Tuesday, 7:45 p.m.: Myers Park (11-7, 6-2) beat Butler (10-7, 6-2) Friday and created a four-way tie for first place in the Southwestern 4Aconference. South Meck (14-4, 6-2) and East Meck (11-6, 6-2) are also in first place. East Meck is at Butler onFriday.
No. 5 Ardrey Kell girls at No. 1 Myers Park, Friday, 6:15 p.m.: This could be for the Southwestern 4A girls championship. Myers Park (18-0, 8-0) and Ardrey Kell (15-3, 7-1) are well clear of the field and the Mustangs already beatArdrey Kell once. Another win for the Mustangs and the title is theirs for the taking.
No. 2 Providence Day at No. 6 Charlotte Christian girls,Friday, 6 p.m.: The first of two meetings between teams that met for a state title last year. This year's regular-season games should decide the CISAA conference championship - just like last year.