Webb at Southern Durham
Webb (2-7, 0-5) saw its roster drop to 25 active players during last week’s 49-0 loss at No. 5 Orange, where starting quarterback Trevion Harris was wheeled from the field with a leg injury. The Warriors still have a couple of playmakers, and QB Alex Weaver did a credible job for three quarters, but they simply do not match up well with Southern (9-0, 5-0 Big Eight).
The Spartans have won 22 straight games – 20 straight against conference opponents.
Last year: Southern, 56-7
Northern at Jordan
With the Piedmont Athletic Conference’s No. 2 seed still up for grabs, Northern (2-7, 2-1 PAC) will be looking to bounce back from its loss last week to Hillside.
Jordan (1-8, 1-2 PAC) is still struggling to stop opponents, especially on the ground. The Falcons gave up close to 250 rushing yards in last week’s loss to Riverside and have yielded 30 points a game to conference opponents.
Last year: Northern, 42-7
Riverside at Person
Riverside (3-6, 2-1 PAC) can move the ball on the ground, and Person (2-7, 1-2) has had some trouble stopping the run. Whichever team holds onto the ball better and has fewer penalties is likely to win this one.
Last year: Riverside, 48-34
E. Chapel Hill at Hillside
East Chapel Hill (0-11, 0-5 PAC), with a roster down to 19 players, has forfeited its remaining football games.
That means that Hillside (6-4, 4-0 PAC) has won 32 consecutive wins in PAC-6 games, counting Friday’s 1-0 win against East Chapel Hill.
Last year: Hillside, 52-0