Harrells (7-2, 4-0)
at Ravenscroft (4-6, 3-1)
The Ravens will look to snap a two-game losing streak against a Harrells Academy team that hasn’t dropped a league game.
Leesville Road (9-0, 6-0)
at WF-Rolesville (9-1, 5-1)
No. 4 Wake Forest-Rolesville has a chance to unseat No. 2 Leesville Road as the Cap Eight’s outright top team. The Pride holds the conference’s only undefeated record, while the Cougars are tied for second with No. 3 Wakefield.
Millbrook (2-8, 1-5)
at Enloe (1-9, 1-5)
Enloe will look to send its seniors out on a high note. Millbrook has lost three straight and both teams will try for their second Cap Eight win of the year.
Oxford Webb (3-7, 2-2)
at Card. Gibbons (9-0, 4-0)
The undefeated No. 6 Crusaders come off of a huge win over No. 12 Orange to face Oxford Webb in conference play.
Sanderson (2-8, 1-5)
at Broughton (1-9, 1-5)
Sanderson got its first conference win of the season last week while Broughton stuck with Wakefield for the first half before becoming part of Wakefield’s record-breaking night. Both teams will look for their second conference win in the last week of the regular season.
Wakefield (9-1, 5-1)
at Heritage (6-4, 4-2)
No. 18 Heritage gave undefeated Leesville Road some trouble last week but eventually fell, knocking the Huskies out of the Cap Eight’s second-place race. No. 3 Wakefield’s Connor Mitch and Jordan Fielleteau are coming off a Friday for the history books.
Players of the week
Connor Mitch and Jordan Fielleteau
Quarterback Connor Mitch broke the state record by passing for nine touchdowns in Wakefield’s 70-42 win over Broughton. Five of those touchdown throws were to wide receiver Jordan Fielleteau, who tied the state record.