Tonight's key area games

September 14, 2007 

Word of God at St. David's

7:30 P.M., WARRIORS STADIUM, RALEIGH 2006: ST. DAVID'S, 48-26 AND 66-38

Last season, St. David's beat Raleigh Word of God for the state eight-man title. This season, both teams are scoring at quite a clip: St. David's (3-0) is averaging 52.3 points per game; Word of God (3-1) is averaging 47.5.

Middle Creek at Leesville Road

7 P.M., PRIDE STADIUM, RALEIGH 2006: LEESVILLE ROAD WON 15-7

Middle Creek is better than its 0-3 record indicates. Leesville Road (4-0) is ranked No. 2 in the area. Pride QB Thomas Wilson has 14 TD passes.

Clayton at SE Raleigh

7:30 P.M., BAKER STADIUM, RALEIGH 2006: SE RALEIGH WON 22-13

Clayton (1-3) has played outstanding defense but has scored only two touchdowns this season. Southeast Raleigh (3-1) has held three of four opponents to one touchdown.

Durham Jordan at Enloe

7 P.M., BAUER STADIUM, RALEIGH 2006: JORDAN WON 24-10

Jordan (2-1) has won its past two games after opening with a 12-7 loss at North Davidson. Enloe (2-2), which averages 36.8 points per game, has four rushers with more than 200 yards each, while Matt Jurek has passed for 330 yards and eight TDs.

Durham Riverside at Wakefield

7 P.M., WOLVERINES STADIUM, RALEIGH 2006: WAKEFIELD WON 19-8

Wakefield (3-1 and No. 4 in the N&O rankings) lost to top-ranked Garner last week, 37-21. Riverside (0-3) relies on sophomore quarterback Andrew Evans (498 passing yards).

Sanderson at Cary

7:30 P.M. COOPER FIELD, CARY 2006: CARY WON 14-7

Sanderson (3-1) is coming off a 28-16 loss to Athens Drive. Cary (2-1) is led by Denny Feracho's 432 rushing yards.

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