Sulphur (2-1) vs. Bethel (1-2) – Friday 7 p.m.

Bethel's passing game puts up elite numbers. Gunner Smith and his receivers, Drae Wood and Devin Acklin all rank in the top of their positions statistical categories. Matthew Melter recorded his first triple digit rushing game last week. If the defense can get a few stops the Wildcats have a chance to improve to .500 this week.

Prague (2-1) vs. Holdenville (2-1) – Friday 7 p.m.

The Red Devils picked up their second consecutive win last week and have a good shot at making it three in a row this week. Expect Brayden McGinnis to carry the ball 25-30 times. If the passing game gets going, Jake Schultz can make plays with the ball in his hands.

Seminole (3-0) vs. Roland (1-2) – Friday 7:30 p.m.

The Chieftains should continue their unbeaten streak with another blowout victory over Roland this week. Seminole has outscored its opponents 124-21 through three games this season. Roland does get after the quarterback, recording five sacks in three games.

Tuttle (3-0) vs. Tecumseh (2-1) – Friday 7:30 p.m.

Tecumseh plays smash mouth football. With rain in the forecast for Friday, the Savages have a good shot of pulling of an upset of undefeated Tuttle. Tecumseh has two backs with 250-plus yards on the season in Micah Boyce and Jaylen Walker. Last week, Tyler Bingham filled the stat sheet, recording 10 tackles, two sacks, one fumble recovery and one blocked punt.

Maud (2-1) vs. Yale (3-0) – Friday 7:30 p.m.

Both Maud and Yale put up a ton of points. So far this season the Tigers outscored their opponents 120-40 and Yale beat their opponents and a pace of 122-42. With both teams capable of hanging 50-plus points on the board, this should be a shootout.

Chandler (2-1) vs. Jones (2-1) – Friday 7:30 p.m.

Chandler runs the ball with relative success. They're a hard-nosed team that relies upon Dylan McKinney and Chabon Anderson to pick up a bulk of their yards on the ground. McKinney is fourth in the area in rushing with 332 yards and three scores.