Meeker (2-0) at Perry (2-0) – 7 p.m.

The Bulldogs have the area's leading rusher, Caden Wolford, in the backfield and travel to Perry for a matchup between undefeated squads. Wolford has 357 yards and five scores in two games. Quarterback Jacob Martin averages 129.5 passing yards per game and has yet to throw a touchdown. However, he's found the end zone three times running the football. Meeker has two receivers with 100-plus yards in Jarrett Marks (104) and Dawson Stanberry (102). Both receivers average over 20 yards per reception.

Chandler (1-1) at Mount St. Mary (0-1) – 7 p.m.

Last week, Chandler coach Jack Gray picked up his first career win as the head coach of the Lions in a 48-8 win over Oklahoma Centennial. Chandler has the second-leading rusher in the area in Dylan McKinney and his 180 yards and a touchdown. Sophomore receiver Darian Mahan leads the team with 83 yards receiving and two touchdowns. Starting quarterback Chabon Anderson has eight total touchdowns (seven passing, one rushing).

Sasakwa (1-0) vs. Maud (1-0) – 7 p.m.

The Tigers are fresh off a 50-0 performance against Bowlegs in the Highway 59 Bowl. Lane Brooks dominated both sides of the football in his first start as the starting quarterback. His six touchdowns (three passing, one rushing, two defensive) give him the most overall touchdowns in the area. Maud appeared to be fairly deep at running back with Brady Arms and freshman Dylan Armstrong both receiving significant carries. They didn't have any breakout performers from a yardage standpoint, but they had great field possession all game.

Stroud (2-0) vs. Prague (0-1) – 7 p.m.

Prague struggled offensively in their 20-6 loss at the hands of Cashion last week. The Red Devils will use the back-to-back home stand as a morale boost with hopes of correcting their offensive woes. The lone bright spot for Prague was Brayden McGinnis' 108-yard one touchdown performance. It appears as though McGinnis will have to carry the load offensively until the passing game finds its rhythm. Stroud outscored their opponents 102-52 through the first two weeks.