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No. 6 Mount Hebron @ Glenelg

WHEN -- Friday, 7 p.m.

OUTLOOK -- After dominating the county for the past 18 seasons, Mount Hebron finds itself in a battle to gain one of the two spots in the championship game. That is largely because of last week's 7-5 loss to Cen tennial, which was the first county loss the Vikings had suffered since 1990 - also to Centennial. Glenelg will provide a formidable test with a veteran cast led by senior M Kristy Black and senior A Alayna Mark wordt. The Vikings lean on Monica Zabel, Jessica Giles and Ashley Bruns on attack, with G Meghan Savage di recting the defense. Last season, the Vikings came away with a 14-5 win over the Gladiators in the Class 3A-2A South regional title game on their way to the program's 15th state crown.

THE SUN'S PICK -- Mount Hebron


Marriotts Ridge @ Centennial

WHEN -- Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.

OUTLOOK -- It's perennial power Centennial against upstart Marriotts Ridge with possible county champi onship game implications on the line. The host Eagles' leadership is on defense, with three three-year start ers in place. Marriotts Ridge, which took an 8-1 record into the week, is enjoying a breakthrough season after winning three regular-season games last year. The Mustangs have only four seniors, but three have so lidified their midfield, led by Danny Incontrera. Centennial features Harrison Chaires on attack, while Kyle Williams is the Mustangs' top scorer.

THE SUN'S PICK -- Centennial

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