Admiral Farragut (1-1) at St. Petersburg Catholic (2-1): A win for either private-school program would be huge at this point. St. Petersburg Catholic is coming off a 33-22 loss to Melbourne Central Catholic and will look to bounce back against Admiral Farragut, which defeated Indian Rocks Christian last week.
Clearwater Central Catholic (2-1) at Shorecrest Prep (1-2): CCC’s defense has been strong as of late, allowing only 16 points combined in its past two games.
Countryside (2-1) at Northeast (0-3): It doesn’t get any easier as the season moves ahead for Northeast against a Countryside team that suffered its first loss last week vs. Palmetto.
Calvary Christian (3-0) at Carrollwood Day (1-2): Calvary Christian will look to improve to 4-0 under former Tampa Bay Buccaneer Todd Yoder.
Osceola (1-2) at Boca Ciega (1-2): Pirates quarterback Derrick Cook is closing in on 600 yards passing this season.
Largo (2-1) at Jesuit (1-2): The Packers play a rare game inside Hillsborough County and look to hand the Tigers their third loss of the season.
East Lake (3-0) at Clearwater (0-3): East Lake looks to pick up win No. 4 before heading into a big rivalry game against Tarpon Springs next week.
Tarpon Springs (2-1) at Dunedin (1-2): The Spongers were held to less than 100 yards rushing last week against Tampa Catholic.
Pinellas Park (3-0) at Seminole (1-2): Pinellas Park looks to stay perfect with a win vs. Seminole, as the Patriots have only allowed 14 points through three games.
Gibbs (0-3) at Lakewood (2-1): The third annual Mayor’s Cup has Gibbs searching for its first win and Lakewood rolling to a possible third.
Northside Christian (1-2) at Indian Rocks Christian (1-2): Indian Rocks missed an opportunity to strengthen its playoff position last week. It will have its hands full against Mike Alstott’s group this week.
Cambridge Christian (1-2) at Keswick Christian (0-3): Points have been hard to come by for Keswick Christian. Twenty points through three games.
Bradenton Christian (3-0) at Canterbury (3-0): This early-season matchup between undefeated teams within Class 2A-5 could decide who’ll win the district.