Archrivals Calvert Hall and Loyola battle on the pitch. Please get game action photos of players from both soccer teams.

Loyola Blakefield's Michael DeGraffenreidt, left, vies with Calvert Hall's Brad McKim and Cardinal goalkeeper Matthew Brashears for a 50-50 ball in the first half of the Dons' 2-1 victory last October. (File photo/2012 / September 23, 2013)

It's a big week for Calvert Hall's soccer team in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference, which will host St. Paul's on Monday at 4 p.m. and then travel to meet unbeaten McDonogh on Wednesday.

The Cardinals (3-2-1) will cap off the week by welcoming in Mt. St. Joseph on Friday under the lights at 7 p.m. at Paul Angelo Russo Stadium in Towson.

Calvert Hall fell in overtime to Archbishop Spalding and beat Loch Raven last weekend and is looking to build its playoff résumé with a couple of triumphs this week.

St. Paul's (5-2) is coming off one of its most impressive victories ever, topping defending A Conference champion Loyola Blakefield last week. The Crusaders just moved up to the A Conference this fall, making the win over the Dons that much more significant.