North Penn at Central Bucks South
Time/Place: Friday, 7 p.m., at CB South.
On Twitter: @mpcabrey.
Records: The Knights are 5-0 overall and 2-0 in the Suburban One League Continental Conference. The Titans are also 5-0 overall and 2-0 in the Continental.
What’s at Stake: The winner of this game takes over sole possession of first place in the conference.
Last Week: North Penn rolled to a 45-21 win over Pennridge while South won a defensive battle, 7-0 over Souderton Area.
Last Year: The Knights were 46-20 winners over the Titans at Crawford Stadium.
Players to Watch: North Penn quarterback Reece Udinski has thrown for 1,293 yards this fall, with 14 touchdowns and only two interceptions. Running back Tyler Watson has breakaway speed for the Titans — he scored on a 78-yard run a week ago.
Prediction: North Penn 35, CB South 14.
Council Rock South at Pennridge
Time/Place: Friday, 7 p.m., at Helman Field, Pennridge.
On Twitter: @khunter10.
Records: The Golden Hawks come into this one 1-4 overall and 1-1 in the Suburban One League National Conference. The Rams are 2-3 overall, including a 1-1 mark in the SOL Continental.
Last Week: Rock South had a tough 35-31 loss to Abington while Pennridge couldn’t keep up with North Penn, falling 45-21.
Players to Watch: Nick Tarburton is a tough guy to bring down in the Ram running attack — he also shines at middle linebacker. The Golden Hawks have Chase Patterson, who broke away for two TD’s of 60-plus yards last week.
Prediction: Pennridge 28, Council Rock South 21.
Central Bucks East at Souderton
Time/Place: Friday, 7 p.m., at Souderton.
On Air: The game will be broadcast live on 1440 AM and live on the internet at wnpv1440.com.
On Twitter: @srichards31.
Records: The Patriots are 4-1 overall and 1-1 in the Suburban One League Continental Conference. Big Red is 3-2 overall and 0-2 in the Continental.
Last Week: East won 31-6 over William Tennent while Souderton lost a close one to CB South, 7-0.
Players to Watch: The Patriots like to spread things around — quarterback Evan O’Donnell got six different receivers involved last week. Koby Khan has eight rushing touchdowns for Big Red.
Prediction: Souderton Area 28, Central Bucks East 27.
Central Bucks West at William Tennent
Time/Place: Friday, 7 p.m., at William Tennent.
On Twitter: @BeGood1219.
Records: The Bucks are 3-2 overall and 0-1 in the Suburban One League Continental Conference. The Panthers enter Week Six with a 0-5 record overall, with an 0-1 mark in the SOL Continental.
Last Week: West lost its second in a row, 28-21 to Bensalem while the Panthers fell 31-6 to CB East.
Last Year: The Bucks were on the winning end of a 32-6 decision with Tennent.
Players to Watch: Sean Bragen gives the Tennent running attack some power while the Bucks have an elite receiver in Kevin O’Hanlon.
Prediction: CB West 28, William Tennent 14.
Upper Dublin at Wissahickon
Time/Place: Friday, 7 p.m., at Wissahickon.
On Twitter: @DwaySports.
Records: The Cardinals are 4-0 overall and 2-0 in the Suburban One League American Conference. The Trojans are 1-4 overall and 0-2 in the American.
Last Week: Upper Dublin won 18-7 over Quakertown. Wiss fell 39-36 to Plymouth-Whitemarsh.
Last Year: The Cardinals ran away to a 49-0 victory over Wiss.
Players to Watch: Justin Horn has thrown for 778 yards this fall for the Cardinals. Daryl Baldwin knows how to get to the end zone for Wiss — he has eight rushing touchdowns in 2016.
Prediction: Upper Dublin 28, Wissahickon 14.
Spring-Ford at Methacton
Time/Place: Friday, 7 p.m., at Methacton.
Records: The Rams are 4-1 overall and 1-0 in the Pioneer Athletic Conference Liberty Division. The Warriors are 0-5 overall and 0-1 in PAC 10 Liberty.
Last Week: Spring-Ford won 50-14 over Norristown while Methacton lost a tough one, 46-41 to Boyertown.
Last Year: The Rams won 82-0 over Methacton a year ago.
Players to Watch: T.J. Pergine has thrown for 940 yards this season and is completing almost 60 percent of his passes for Spring-Ford. John Keenan has been a reliable target for Methacton with 21 catches.
Prediction: Spring-Ford 31, Methacton 14.
Pope John Paul II at Phoenixville
Time/Place: Friday, 7 p.m., at Phoenixville.
Records: Pope John Paul II is 2-3 overall and 1-0 in the Pioneer Athletic Conference Frontier Division. Phoenixville is 2-3 overall and 0-1 in PAC 10 Frontier.
Last Week: PJP won its second straight, 20-6 over Pottstown. Phoenixville lost a wild one, 47-35 to Upper Perkiomen.
Last Year: The Phantoms were 10-7 winners over Pope John Paul II in 2015.
Players to Watch: Matt Garcia leads the PAC 10 in rushing with 845 yards. The Golden Panthers have a tough runner in Dan Cirino.
Prediction: Phoenixville 19, Pople John Paul II 14.
Upper Perkiomen at Upper Merion
Time/Place: Friday, 7 p.m., at Upper Merion.
Records: The Indians come into this one 2-3 overall and 1-0 in the Pioneer Athletic Conference Frontier Division. Upper Merion is 1-4 overall and 0-1 in PAC 10 Frontier.
Last Week: Upper Perk won 47-35 over Phoenixville while the Vikings lost 35-0 to Pottsgrove.
Players to Watch: Tyler Whary is averaging 7.5 yards per carry for Upper Perk while Tyrese Leach has been a steady ground gainer for the Vikings.
Prediction: Upper Perk 32, Upper Merion 21.
Germantown Academy at New Hope-Solebury
Time/Place: Friday, 7 p.m., at New Hope-Solebury.
Records: The Patriots are 2-1 overall and 0-0 in the InterAC. New Hope is 4-0 overall and 3-0 in the Bicentennial Athletic League.
Last Week: GA rolled 54-20 over Academy of New Church while New Hope won 23-20 over Bristol.
Players to Watch: Kyle McCloskey has kept the Patriot passing attack on course, firing for 382 yards and four scores this season. Jack McKenna rushed for 118 yards last week for the Lions, including a 35-yard burst.
Prediction: New Hope-Solebury 26, Germantown Academy 13.
Owen J. Roberts at Norristown
Time/Place: Saturday, 2 p.m., at Norristown
On Twitter: @DwaySports.
Records: The Wildcats are 2-3 overall and 0-1 in the Pioneer Athletic Conference Liberty Division. The Eagles are 0-5 overall and 0-1 in PAC 10 Liberty.
Last Week: OJR lost 43-7 to Perkiomen Valley while Norristown lost 50-14 to Spring-Ford.
Players to Watch: Hunter Scherfel has five rushing touchdowns this fall for the Wildcats while the Eagles can rely on Izaiah Webb, who has thrown for four scores.
Prediction: Owen J. Roberts 21, Norristown 14
Conwell-Egan at Lansdale Catholic
Time/Place: Saturday, 5 p.m., at Wissahickon.
On Twitter: @khunter10.
Records: The Eagles are 3-1 overall and 1-0 in the Philadelphia Catholic League Blue Division. The Crusaders are 1-3 overall and 1-1 in PCL Blue.
Last Week: Egan won 49-14 over Schuylkill Valley while the Crusaders fell 24-20 to West Catholic.
Last Year: Lansdale Catholic won both battles with Egan last year — 34-21 in the regular season and 35-12 in the playoffs.
Players to Watch: Senior quarterback Kendall Jones directs the Egan attack while LC has a tough guy on the defensive line in Ifeanyi Okorji.
Prediction: Lansdale Catholic 20, Conwell Egan 14
La Salle at Father Judge
Time/Place: Saturday, 7 p.m., at Northeast.
Records: The Explorers are 3-2 overall and 2-0 in the Philadelphia Catholic League Red Division. Father Judge is also 3-2, and is 1-0 in PCL Red.
Last Week: La Salle routed Archbishop Ryan 48-6. The Crusaders fell 42-28 to Springside Chestnut Hill Academy.
Last Year: La Salle beat the Crusaders twice in 2015 — 41-14 in the regular season and 27-6 in the playoffs.
Players to Watch: Syaire Madden is one of the most prolific runners around this fall with 701 yards on the ground. Senior quarterback Rob King, poised and experienced, is the man under center for the Crusaders.
Prediction: La Salle 28, Father Judge 17.
Top Photo: Souderton players take the field for the game against Plymouth Whitemarsh on Friday, Aug. 26, 2016. (Gene Walsh/Digital First Media)
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