High school football: Friday’s key matchups

First-year head coach Joe Call is still looking for his first victory at Summerville. The Green Wave plays at Berkeley on Friday. Paul Zoeller/Staff

LAST YEAR: Summerville 48, Berkeley 28

COACHES: Jeff Cruce, Berkeley; Joe Call, Summerville

NOTABLE: Summerville has won the last nine meetings and 15 of the last 20. Berkeley’s last win over Summerville was at home in 1996.

KEEP AN EYE ON: The scoreboard — neither team is great defensively and both offenses have some firepower.

DID YOU KNOW: During John McKissick’s 63 seasons as head coach, Summerville never started a season 0-3. The Green Wave went 0-2-1 in its first three games in 1965.

LAST YEAR: Ashley Ridge 27, Wando 19

COACHES: Kenny Walker, Ashley Ridge; Jimmy Noonan, Wando

NOTABLE: Wando won the first four meetings in the series before Ashley Ridge’s win last season.

KEEP AN EYE ON: Two of the area’s top prospects — Wando junior receiver Ortre Smith and Ashley Ridge senior quarterback Steven Duncan.

DID YOU KNOW: Since Ashley Ridge opened its doors in 2008, the program has won 38 games. Wando has won 37 games during the same period of time.

LAST YEAR: Fort Dorchester 40, Cane Bay 24

COACHES: Steve LaPrad, Fort Dorchester; Russell Zehr, Cane Bay

NOTABLE: Fort Dorchester leads the series, 3-0, with an average margin of victory of 17.6 points.

KEEP AN EYE ON: Fort Dorchester’s offense is averaging nearly 450 yards per game. Running back Datron James has rushed for 435 yards and nine touchdowns in two outings.

DID YOU KNOW: Fort Dorchester has been shut out only three times since 2001, two of those coming last season (17-0 to Goose Creek, 20-0 to Hillcrest).