Davidson Day (8-0) at Charlotte Latin (7-1): Its the reigning private school Division II state champs and All-America QB Will Grier coming to south Charlotte to face a Hawks team that looks like a serious contender for the Division I state title. Davidson Day coach Chad Grier was the first QB current Latin coach Larry McNulty worked with when McNulty took the job there 27 years ago.
West Mecklenburg (7-1, 3-1 SoMeck 8) at Charlotte Catholic (6-2, 4-0): West Meck is tied with Providene (5-3, 3-1) for second place, one game behind Catholic. With three league games left, West cannot afford a loss if it wants a piece of the league title.
York (8-0, 4-0 Region III 4A) at Rock Hill Northwestern (8-0, 4-0): Both teams are ranked in the S.C. 4A top 10 poll and both teams have excellent quarterbacks. Northwesterns Mason Rudolph has committed to Oklahoma State. Yorks Dashaw Andrews threw for 292 yards and six touchdowns in a 66-24 win over Nation Ford Friday.
A.L. Brown (6-2, 3-1 MECKA 8) at Mallard Creek (8-0, 4-0): Brown had a six-game win streak snapped by Hough and now must upset No. 1 Mallard Creek to keep any conference championship hope alive.
Hibriten (8-0, 4-0 Northwestern) at Freedom (7-1, 4-0): The teams are tied for first place in the conference. Hibriten averages 50 points per game. Freedom has won five straight.
Sun Valley (5-3, 2-0 Southern Carolina) at Weddington (7-1, 2-0): This could be the conference championship game. Weddingtons defense, which has allowed 12 points in four weeks, will try to stop Sun Valleys Albert Funderburke, one of the states top running backs.
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