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Reservoir (0-3) at Hammond (1-2)

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Time: 3 p.m.

Outlook: Hammond has some talent at RB with B.J. Smoot and Romell Chambers, at QB with Jason Hamm and at WR with Jonathan Biermann, but the Bears need more discipline defensively. They gave up too many big plays in Monday's 42-7 loss to Glenelg. The first-year Gators are looking to be competitive.

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Long Reach (2-1) at River Hill (3-0)

Time: 3 p.m.

Outlook: The Hawks beat the Lightning last season, 12-6, and should be in for another close battle this time. It could be a defensive one, because Long Reach is giving up just seven points per game and the Hawks just fiveper game. The Hawks have shown an ability to score, however, averaging 35 points.

Mount Hebron (1-2) at Atholton (0-3)

Time: 3 p.m.

Outlook: The Vikings are scoring 18 points per game while allowing 24. Atholton is giving up 42 points per game and scoring just two. Atholton beat the Vikings last season, 13-7, at Mount Hebron's homecoming game.

DuBois (3-0) at Centennial (0-3)

Time: 3 p.m.

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Outlook: The Eagles lost to Mount Hebron, 28-13, last week. They have given up 35 points per game and need to improve defensively if they hope to capture their first victory. DuBois defeated Northwestern in overtime last week, 20-14, and run an option offense with QB Marcus Parham.

No. 11 Oakland Mills (3-0) at No. 1 Wilde Lake (3-0)

Time: 3 p.m.

Outlook: QB Nick Finney, RB C.J. King and FB Domonique Owens give the Scorpions an edge in the backfield, but Division I recruits Dane Randolph (Maryland) and Stephen Simms (Syracuse) give Wilde Lake an edge on its huge line. The Wildecats dominated last season, 47-7, against a younger Oakland Mills.


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