LAST YEAR: Ashley Ridge won, 28-21

COACHES: Kenny Walker, Ashley Ridge; Randy Hilyer, James Island

NOTABLE: The Swamp Foxes held James Island to 215 yards of offense in last year's victory while managing 264 yards of their own. Ashley Ridge's defense has been solid this year, allowing 19 points per game. James Island's gameplan is no secret: the Trojans like to run the football. They have 1,071 yards rushing and 257 yards passing. Quarterback Justin Bolus leads the Trojans with 819 yards in offense, including 562 on the ground.

KEEP AN EYE ON: James Island wide receiver Devin Brown. He's averaging 20.5 yards per catch and has scored two touchdowns.

DID YOU KNOW: Kenny Walker has been a head coach of three varsity sports in his career: football, golf and wrestling.

LAST YEAR: Beaufort won, 34-0

COACHES: Bobby Marion, West Ashley, Mark Clifford, Beaufort

NOTABLE: Beaufort is coming off a modest two-game losing streak, which matches their total numbers of losses last year during the regular season. The Eagles usually have a strong running game, but had trouble moving the ball last week thanks to three turnovers. Running back D'Vonta Cohen saw limited action last week after injuring his ankle against Fort Dorchester. West Ashley is coming off its first loss of the season.

KEEP AN EYE ON: Beaufort LB Maliek Maldanado. He leads the team with 31 tackles. He also has an interception.

DID YOU KNOW: West Ashley quarterback Thomas Woodhead has passed for 282 yards and has gained 426 yards on the ground.

LAST YEAR: Summerville won, 41-27

COACHES: Ray Stackley, Stratford; John McKissick, Summerville

NOTABLE: Stratford enters with a balanced offense with a passing game that relies on short routes and precise passing. Summerville faces another key rival after knocking off Fort Dorchester, 19-7. Summerville's offense has struggled at times. The Green Wave averages 219 yards per game and allows 271 yards on defense. Since Week 1, Summerville offense has scored only three touchdowns.

KEEP AN EYE ON: Stratford sophomore standout quarterback Jacob Park. He's passed for 418 yards.

DID YOU KNOW: Summerville coach John McKissick turns 85 on Sunday.