Anclote (0-3) at Ridgewood (0-3): Either the Sharks or the Rams will pick up their first win, but both coaches, Matt Wicks and Jay Fulmer, know Class 5A-District 7 is wide open.
Frostproof (3-0) at Bishop McLaughlin (1-2): The Bulldogs have outscored opponents 141-18, while the Hurricanes rely mostly on QB R.J. Percivalle, who has 675 offensive yards and five rushing TDs.
Lecanto (2-1) at Fivay (1-1): The Panthers have played three close games with bigger opponents, but the Falcons had an early week of rest and should rely on RB Davion Sutton (86.5 yards a game).
Gulf (0-2) at River Ridge (1-2): The Buccaneers and first-year coach Jason Messamore proved they can score and be competitive, while the Royal Knights also showed they can correct mistakes and get in the end zone.
Hudson (2-1) at Wesley Chapel (0-3): The Cobras have speed and size in their favor, plus running back Noah Siegrist, who has 235 rushing yards and 2 TDs on 29 carries against Weeki Wachee, while the Wildcats have a defense that held Pasco to only 41 yards of offense in the first half last week.
Sunlake (3-0) at Springstead (2-1): The Seahawks, who have allowed only six points this season, meet the Eagles in an early season matchup, in which the winner might be the 6A-6 champion.
Zephyrhills (3-0) at South Sumter (3-0): The Bulldogs escaped with a win last week, but will need to be in better form against the Raiders, who have outscored opponents 142-14, if they want to stay in the 5A-5 title hunt.
Wiregrass Ranch (2-1) at Tampa Bay Tech (2-1): The Bulls face their toughest opponent to date, and despite taking a step back last week, want to prove to their Hillsborough County district foes from 7A-7 that they’re much more competitive than in 2012.