Cornersville (0-5, 0-2) will host Region 6A opponent Loretto (1-4, 0-2) in one of two homecoming events taking place in the county this Friday night under the lights.
The Dawgs have defeated the Mustangs in both meetings since realignment two years ago and if Cornersville running back Noah Rubbo can even come close to his legendary performance last week versus the Rockets, Stocstill's gallant bunch will get the much needed, hard earned win when they stomp the equines 24-3.
MCHS head coach Tom Turchetta is looking for all the Lewisburg fans to come to field before the game to form a human tunnel as they run onto the turf to take on the fast and furious Fairview Yellow Jackets (6-0, 4-0), ranked number three in this week's Associated Press's 3A Top Ten poll.
The Tigers (4-1, 3-0), who made the 4A AP Poll for the first time this season at number ten, have dropped both match-ups since realignment to the Yellow Jackets, including a 17-point loss last year in Williamson County.
Fairview has a prolific offensive attack, outscoring their opponents 227-78, and has exactly one hundred points more than the Tigers this season, who have a margin of 127-55 in their games so far.
Limiting the Fairview scoring attack will be the key to victory this week and senior Davey Maddox and the rest of his solid cohorts on the defensive side of the ball will have a big say in who wins this one.
Also having a say on the outcome will be MCHS stalwart running back Trevor Irizarry, whose explosiveness has been the most pleasant surprise of the season at the "Hop".
Look for Maddox and his hard hitters to corral the Jackets to 24 points, while Irizarry and his running mates put up 31 as the Tigers take over the top spot.
Over at the "Rock" in Chapel Hill, first place will also be on the line as the Forrest Rockets (4-1, 1-0) take on the undefeated and number eight-ranked 1A Eagleville Eagles (6-0, 2-0).
The Rockets are coming off a huge emotional win in Cornersville last Friday night and may have a hard time duplicating the offensive output over the Bulldogs as they scored 50 points in the wild win.
Eagleville has allowed just 61 points in their six contests this season, but the Rockets come in, on par with Cascade as the most prolific offensive machine in the district with a scoring average of 31.8 points per game.
Something's got to give here and by all accounts, it will be the red-hot Rockets, led by senior all-state running Zach Ray, who will churn out the yards on the ground, while his junior signal caller Brooks Lamb tosses and runs in his usual grind it out, steady performance as the Blue Crew flies over the Eagles in a 28-24 triumph.