(All games at 7 p.m. unless noted)
Class 3A, District 11
Halstead (4-4) at Sterling (5-2)
Halstead advances to the playoffs as district champion with a win. The only way Halstead can get knocked out of the playoffs is by losing by 21 points, coupled with a Hutchinson Trinity win over Haven by 21 points and losing a three-way coin flip with Sterling and Trinity. Sterling also can advance with a win and a Trinity loss to Haven, or a loss by 21 points and a Trinity loss by 21 points to Haven, which would force a three-way coin flip between Sterling, Haven and Trinity for the runner-up spot.
Halstead beat Trinity 36-6 last week, while Sterling topped Haven 27-0.
Halstead quarterback Dalton Kraus has 827 yards passing with 14 touchdowns and no interceptions and 479 yards rushing with a touchdown. Scott Krider has 552 yards rushing with nine touchdowns. Kaden Kraus has 370 yards rushing and a touchdown. Noah Mendez has 405 yards receiving with eight touchdowns.
Class 3A, District 12
Hesston (5-3) at Marion (7-1)
Both Hesston and Marion clinched playoff spots last week with wins as both are 2-0 in district play. Hesston topped Southeast of Saline 59-42. Marion topped Hillsboro 44-12.
Hesston’s Cameron Cox has 1,264 yards passing and nine touchdowns and 880 yards rushing and nine touchdowns. Parker Roth has 1,320 yards rushing and 20 touchdowns. Reese Nebel has 696 yards receiving and six touchdowns.
For Marion, Chase Stringer has 672 yards rushing and eight touchdowns and 234 yards passing with three touchdowns. Evann Heidebrecht has 305 yards rushing and four touchdowns. Zachary Stucklik has 164 yards receiving with three touchdowns.
Class 2-1A, District 5
Inman (0-8) at Sedgwick (4-4)
Sedgwick clinched a playoff spot with a 43-0 win over rival Remington on the road. Inman was eliminated from the playoffs two weeks ago and fell to Christ Prep 48-8 last week in Lenexa.
Eight-Man I, District 5
Goessel (2-6) at Central Plains (7-1)
Goessel lost last week 46-0 to rival Canton-Galva. Central Plains downed St. John-Hudson 56-0 last week to clinch the district title.
The only way Goessel can advance to the playoffs is with a win by 21 points, a Little River loss to St. John-Hudson by 21 points and a Canton-Galva win over Ellinwood by 21 points and then win a three-way coin flip.
Central Plains is led by Myles Menges with 861 yards passing and 18 touchdowns and 286 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Alex Hickel has 345 yards rushing and 10 touchdowns. Alex Barton has 390 yards receiving and eight touchdowns.
Eight-Man I, District 2
Peabody-Burns (2-6) at Cedar Vale-Dexter (2-6)
Peabody-Burns was knocked out of the district race with a 62-14 loss to Central of Burden last week. Cedar Vale-Dexter was knocked out of the district race with an 84-36 loss at Udall.
For Peabody-Burns, Bryant Young has 638 yards passing and seven touchdowns. Jess Philpott has 690 yards rushing and 10 touchdowns. Rocco Weerts has 339 yards receiving with two touchdowns. Mathew Montigny has 206 yards receiving and three touchdowns.
For Cedar Vale-Dexter, Braiden Mattocks has 716 yards rushing with 14 touchdowns. Clayton Henderson has 401 yards passing and four touchdowns. Javen Killman has 324 yards receiving and six touchdowns.
Eight-Man II, District 2
Hartford (1-7) at Burrton (1-7)
Burrton fell to Hutchinson Central Christian 74-6 last week, while Hartford fell to Norwich 36-34. Both teams are out of the district race.
Class 2-1A, District 5
Remington (1-7) at Medicine Lodge (3-5)
Remington can reach the playoffs with a win by 12 points or more. Otherwise Medicine Lodge advances to the playoffs as district runner-up.
Remington fell to Sedgwick 43-0 last week, while Medicine Lodge avoided elimination with a 15-6 win over Moundridge.
Medicine Lodge’s Garrett Burden has 1,545 yards passing with 18 touchdowns. Garrett Randels has 562 yards rushing and four touchdowns. Drew Honas has 815 yards receiving with nine touchdowns.
Prue, Okla. (8-1) at Moundridge (2-6)
This is a non-league, non-district game. Moundridge closed out district play with a 15-6 loss to Medicine Lodge, knocking the Wildcats out of the playoffs.
This will be a preview of next season for Moundridge, which drops down into the eight-man ranks, as Prue is an eight-man team.
Prue, located west of Tulsa, is 8-1 and coming off a 56-12 win over Oaks-Mission (Okla.).
For Moundridge, Hunter Emerson and Corbin Unruh spent time at quarterback last week in place of the injured Mason Dyck. Jerod Kauffman has 656 yards rushing with five touchdowns. Noah Eichelberger has 591 yards receiving with six touchdowns.
Prue is led by Dylan Roach with 1,215 yards rushing and 18 touchdowns, followed by Hayden Staab with 597 yards and 12 touchdowns. Jace Horton has 715 yards passing and 10 touchdowns. Lane Decker has 555 yards receiving and 11 touchdowns.