All games 7:30 p.m. Thursday unless otherwise noted.
1. District 4A-3: No. 9 Cleveland (7-0, 4-0) at No. 2 Wagoner (6-1, 4-0)
The outlook: The winner will have sole possession of the district lead. Is Cleveland a state title contender? This game against the defending state champions will provide the answer.
Key matchup: Cleveland quarterback Chas Stallard against Wagoner tailback Lawrence Evitt. These are two of the state's top offensive players in 4A. Stallard has passed for 1,401 yards and 16 TDs. He also has rushed for 647 yards and nine touchdowns. Evitt leads the state with 1,671 rushing yards and has 21 TDs.
Series history: Wagoner won the last meeting, 14-0, on Oct. 7, 2005 in Wagoner.
Who wins: Wagoner, 35-28.
2. District 5A-4: No. 9 Collinsville (6-1, 3-1) at No. 2 East Central (3-4, 3-1)
The outlook: This matchup became more intriguing after Collinsville's 28-21 win at Coweta last week. East Central can win the district if it wins its final three games. Collinsville is tied with Claremore for the lead.
Key matchup: Collinsville linebacker Carter Rasmussen against East Central quarterback Tre'von Cherry. Rasmussen sacked Coweta quarterback Hayden Holmes five times last week. If he can put constant pressure on Cherry, Collinsville will have a chance for the upset.
Note: East Central's record includes four forfeit losses.
Who wins: East Central, 27-20.
3. District 4A-4: No. 1 Cascia Hall (7-0, 4-0) at No. 6 Fort Gibson (7-0, 4-0)
The outlook: A showdown for the district lead.
Key matchup: Running backs Abrm McQuarters of Cascia Hall and Jake Gandara of Fort Gibson. McQuarters has 1,081 rushing yards and 14 TDs while Gandara has 1,030 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns. They'll be seeing each other on both sides of the ball as they both also are impact players on defense.
Odds and ends: Cascia's average winning margin has been 28.6 points and Fort Gibson's is 23.3.
Who wins: Cascia, 24-21.
4. District 5A-3: No. 7 Bishop Kelley (5-2, 4-0) at McAlester (4-3, 4-0), Friday
The outlook: Both teams are in high gear after struggling during the nondistrict schedule. The two are tied with Memorial for the district lead.
Series history: McAlester won 28-27 last year and 21-6 in 2010.
Who wins: Kelley, 31-28.
5. District 3A-5: Claremore Sequoyah (4-3, 2-1) at No. 5 Verdigris (6-1, 2-1), 7 p.m.
The outlook: A battle between teams tied with Metro Christian for second place in 3A-5. Field goals were the difference for the teams last week as Verdigris edged No. 8 Metro and Sequoyah lost to No. 2 Berryhill.
Keep an eye on: Verdigris' Tanner Smith leads 3A with 1,458 rushing yards and 21 TDs.
Series history: Smith rushed for 197 yards and three TDs in Verdigris' 43-21 win in 2011. Verdigris also won 42-21 in 2010.
Who wins: Verdigris, 41-21.
6. District 4A-3: Oologah (3-4, 2-2) at McLain (5-2, 2-2)
The outlook: For the second straight year, this matchup will likely decide a playoff berth.
Keep en eye on: McLain quarterback Demetri Walker, who returned a punt 92 yards for a TD in last year's 28-27 win over Oologah. Walker has passed for 1,645 yards and 21 TDs this season.
Who wins: McLain, 20-19.
7. District 3A-6: Beggs (3-4, 3-0) at No. 8 Victory Christian (7-0, 4-0)
The outlook: The preseason favorite, Beggs, tries to pull off an upset.
Key matchup: Victory freshman quarterback Keats Calhoon against Beggs' defense. Calhoon has passed for 1,743 yards and 15 TDs.
Recent series history: Beggs rallied for a 40-21 win last year.
Who wins: Victory, 34-22.
8. District 6A-2: Sapulpa (5-2, 3-1) at Westmoore (4-3, 2-2), 7 p.m. Friday
The outlook: The visiting Chieftains can virtually clinch a playoff berth with a win.
Odds and ends: Westmoore is coming off a 38-14 loss to Jenks, which defeated Sapulpa 63-14.
Who wins: Westmoore, 26-20.
9. District 6A-1: Bartlesville (5-2, 2-2) at Union (5-2, 3-1), 7:05 p.m.
The outlook: Bartlesville is battling for 6A-1's final playoff berth while Union is trying to stay in contention for its 15th straight district title.
Series history: Bartlesville nearly pulled off an upset in its last visit to Union, but fell 36-35. Union won 38-7 last year at Bartlesville.
Who wins: Union, 45-23.
10. District 3A-2: No. 1 Seminole (6-0, 3-0) at Bristow (5-2, 1-2)
The outlook: The Purple Pirates, after two close losses, face 3A's top team.
Odds and ends: Bristow is coming off a 34-27 loss to Perkins-Tryon, which gave Seminole its toughest test, 14-7.
Who wins: Seminole, 40-32.
Other good bets: Broken Bow at Sallisaw, Central at Claremore, Inola at Morris, Putnam City at Bixby (7 p.m.), Sand Springs at Stillwater, Summit Christian at Hominy.
Other area games: Adair at Oklahoma Union, Afton at Porter (Friday), B.T. Washington at Ponca City (Friday), Barnsdall at Morrison, Canadian at Sallisaw Central (Friday), Caney Valley at Chouteau, Chandler at Kellyville, Checotah at Idabel, Claremore Christian at Deer Creek-Lamont (Friday), Commerce at Salina (7 p.m.), Coweta at Grove, Cushing at Perkins-Tryon, Dewar at Porum, Dewey at Locust Grove, Drumright at Kiefer, Edison at Broken Arrow, Enid at Owasso, Glenpool at Tecumseh, Hartshorne at Gore, Haskell at Stroud, Henryetta at Okmulgee, Haileyville at Talihina (Friday), Hilldale at Keys, Holland Hall at Dallas St. Mark's (7 p.m. Friday), Hulbert at Quapaw (7 p.m.), Jay at Tahlequah Sequoyah, Jenks at Muskogee, Ketchum at Colcord (7 p.m.), Kremlin at Bluejacket, Liberty at Foyil, Lincoln Christian at Westville, Meeker at Mounds, Noble at Hale (Friday at East Side Sports Complex), Pawhuska at Chelsea, Prue at Wesleyan Christian, Regent at Nowata, Riverfield at Rejoice Christian (Friday), Santa Fe South at Mannford, Skiatook at Memorial, South Coffeyville at Woodland, Sperry at Metro Christian (7 p.m.), Stilwell at Rogers (Friday at Webster's Milton Stadium) Tahlequah at Pryor, Vinita at Miami, Watonga at NOAH, Watts at Copan, Webbers Falls at Sasakwa, Webster at Catoosa, Welch at Agra, Weleetka at Strother, Wetumka at Bowlegs, Wilburton at Vian, Yale at Depew.