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BIG SCHOOL

  1. Delaware Valley Warriors (7-3), defeated Abington Heights 42-7 (Last week: 1)
    Delaware Valley is the LFC Division I champions and the best team in District 2. They will now try to win an eighth straight district title. The Warriors made no doubt about it with another dominating performance.
    Next up: vs. Pittston Area (5-5) (Listen on NPF) – Friday
  2. Dallas Mountaineers (10-0), defeated Lake-Lehman 56-0 (Last week: 2)
    The Mountaineers retain the Old Shoe, finish the regular season unbeaten and get the No. 1 seed in Class 4A. Dallas will try to win their first district title since 2019. They are the WVC Division 1 Champions.
    Next up: vs. Wallenpaupack (2-8) – Friday
  3. Wyoming Area Warriors (9-1), defeated Pittston Area 35-14 (Last week: 4)
    The Warriors pulled away late to win their rivalry game and will get a home game in the district quarterfinals. Wyoming Area fans want to prove they can win a title in Class 4A and they will try to ride Aaron Crossley to that goal. They also won the WVC Division 2 title.
    Next up: vs. North Pocono (4-6) (Watch on NPF) – Friday
  4. Valley View Cougars (8-2), lost to Scranton Prep 26-6 (Last week: 3)
    The Cougars struggled on offense and saw the No. 1 seed disappear. They will need to get over the loss quick as the Bulldogs offense has been playing well the second half of the season.
    Next up: vs. Berwick (3-7) (Watch on NPF) – Friday
  5. Abington Heights Comets (6-4), lost to Delaware Valley 42-7 (Last week: 5)
    Abington was able to pull the upset last season in Week 10, but will now have to regroup. They do get a home game and h0pe they get another shot at DV.
    Next up: vs. Scranton (5-5) – Saturday
  6. Wilkes-Barre Wolfpack (6-4), defeated Wyoming Vally West 42-0  (Last week: 6)
    Wilkes-Barre made the playoffs but have a tough draw on the road as the No. 7 seed. The Wolfpack did clinch a winning season.
    Next up: at Nazareth (9-1) – Friday







SMALL SCHOOL

  1. Lackawanna Trail Lions (10-0), defeated Susquehanna 46-0 (Last week: 1)
    The Lions are LFC Division III champs and finish the regular season unbeaten. They will get rival Old Forge again and try to get on the road to get back to the state championship game.
    Next up: vs. Old Forge (5-5) (Listen on NPF) – Friday
  2. Scranton Prep Cavaliers (9-1), defeated Valley View 26-6 (Last week: 2)
    Prep made a statement to win the finale and end up with one tough loss on the season. They are a heavy favorite to win Class 3A and head to the state playoffs
    Next up: vs. Hanover Area (3-7) – Saturday
  3. Dunmore Bucks (8-2), defeated West Scranton 42-19 (Last week: 3)
    Dunmore should cruise to the Class 2A finals playing their best football. The championship game will be at home if they get there where they will get a rematch from the regular season. The Bucks also won the LFC Division II title.
    Next up: vs. Susquehanna (5-5) (Watch on NPF) – Friday
  4. Western Wayne Wildcats (7-3), defeated Honesdale 35-20 (Last week: 4)
    The Wildcats have positioned themselves with a home playoff game and will be a heavy favorite in a rematch of the season opener. They have their eye on that elusive district title, but it won’t be easy with Prep standing in their way.
    Next up: vs. Lake-Lehman (2-8) – Friday
  5. Mid Valley Spartans (7-3), defeated Lakeland 28-17 (Last week: 5)
    The Spartans finish the season on a high note and will get a rematch with Riverside who they beat by 1 point early in the season. Definitely a very successful season for Mid Valley no matter what happens moving forward.
    Next up: vs. Riverside (7-3)  – Friday
  6. Riverside Vikings (7-3), defeated Holy Cross 56-0 (Last week: 6)
    Riverside has three losses all by one score and they will have a chance to avenge both wins if they win the district title. However, they will have to head on the road this time around.
    Next up: at Mid Valley (7-3) – Saturday