Downingtown East at Coatesville, 7 p.m. This showdown could easily turn into a track meet. The Cougars have a stellar pass-catch duo in Kyle Lauletta and Jay Harris. Coatesville has a number of swift playmakers, including wideout Chris Jones.
George Washington at Frankford, 3 p.m. The Eagles' Justin Moody, a 6-foot-3, 270-pound lineman and Division I-A recruit, will spend much of the afternoon trying to chase down Frankford quarterback Tim DiGiorgio.
Ridley at Garnet Valley, 7 p.m. In Week 5 last season, Garnet Valley nipped the Green Raiders, 21-19, and never looked back en route to the Central League title. To gain payback, a Shane Dougherty-led defense must derail a run-happy attack.
North Penn at Pennridge, 7 p.m. Can the Rams, who return 1,300-yard rusher Mike Class and rugged fullback Kenny Crawford, end North Penn's dominance of the Suburban One League Continental Conference?
Roman Catholic vs. La Salle, at Plymouth Whitemarsh, 7 p.m. The Cahillites, who have a dynamic receiver in Will Fuller, have been eyeing this game since falling to La Salle in last year's Catholic League final.
Pennsbury at Neshaminy, 7 p.m. The Bucks County Brawl, held in the Suburban One League National Conference for the last 27 years, rarely disappoints. Neshaminy leads the series, 37-36-7, and has claimed four of the last five meetings.
Malvern Prep at Haverford School, 1 p.m. It's a good bet that this Week 10 clash will decide the Inter-Ac League championship. The Friars, boosted by a 17-14 triumph over the Fords, took top honors last season.