Football games to watch

November 10, 2006|By Lem Satterfield and Pat O'Malley

MIAA B title game

Cardinal Gibbons (9-2) vs. No. 5 Archbishop Spalding (10-0)

When -- Tonight, 7:30, at Towson University

Outlook -- Archbishop Spalding looks to improve on last year's school-record 10-1 season by repeating as champion. To do it, the Cavaliers will need to beat Cardinal Gibbons for a second time. Spalding won the first meeting, 13-0.

MIAA A title game

No. 10 McDonogh (5-3) @No. 3 Gilman (6-2)

When -- Tomorrow, 1 p.m.

Outlook -- Quarterback Jared Jorgensen, wide receiver Andrew Feinberg and the visiting Eagles (3-1 league) look to gain a tie for the conference title, but Gilman (4-0 league) is after its eighth crown in the past 10 years.

Anne Arundel

No. 14 Severna Park (8-1) @No. 8 Broadneck (8-1)

When -- Tonight, 6:30

Outlook -- Both teams have qualified for the playoffs - Severna Park in Class 3A East and Broadneck in 4A East. The winner will gain home-field advantage in at least the first round of the regional playoffs. The county championship is at stake with No. 6 Arundel (8-1) also in the mix.

South River (6-3) @No. 6 Arundel (8-6)

When -- Tonight, 6:30

Outlook -- Arundel is competing with Broadneck for the top seed and home-field advantage in Class 4A East, and also for the county championship. South River would gain its first playoff berth in 4A East since 1991 with a win or a Thomas Stone loss to Westlake in Charles County.

Baltimore City

Poly (6-3) vs. No. 2 City (9-0)

When -- Tomorrow, noon, at M&T Bank Stadium

Outlook -- City (7-0 league) has clinched its second straight Division I title and a chance to defend its 3A North crown. Poly (5-2 league) must win to retain a Class 2A North berth. City won last year, 15-12, but Poly leads the 118-year-old rivalry 58-53-6.

Baltimore County

Eastern Tech (8-1) @No. 9 Hereford (8-1)

When -- Tonight, 7

Outlook -- FB-LB Mike Cellini rushed for 110 yards and three touchdowns, and recovered two fumbles in last week's defeat of Randallstown, the seventh straight win for Eastern Tech (7-1 league). Hereford (8-0 league) has won eight straight going into the matchup for the county 2A-1A League crown. The teams will meet again in the first round of next week's 2A North semifinal.

No. 11 Perry Hall (8-1) @Kenwood (7-2)

When -- Tonight, 7

Outlook -- Perry Hall (7-1 league) has clinched at least a tie for its third straight county 4A-3A title and a berth in the Class 4A North playoffs. Kenwood (6-2 league) is still looking for a 4A North berth.

Carroll County

No. 13 F. Scott Key (7-2) @Winters Mill (5-4)

When -- Tonight, 7

Outlook -- Francis Scott Key (4-1 league) enters the Monocacy Valley Athletic League Piedmont Division matchup having clinched a berth in Class 2A West. Winters Mill (3-2 league) must win to maintain its hopes of a place in the same region.

Harford County

North Harford (7-1) @Edgewood (7-2)

When -- Tonight, 7

Outlook -- North Harford (5-0 league) already has clinched a Class 3A East berth and at least a tie for the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference's Chesapeake Division title. Edgewood (3-2) must win to retain its spot in 3A East.

Howard County

Atholton (6-3) @Long Reach (6-3)

When -- Tonight, 7

Outlook -- The teams' overall and Howard County League records are 6-3, but while Atholton still has a shot to make the Class 2A South playoffs with a win, Long Reach is done in Class 3A East.

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