Bishop England (0-1) at Hanahan (1-1)

LAST YEAR: Did not play

COACHES: John Cantey, Bishop England; Charlie Patterson, Hanahan

NOTABLE: Both teams are coming off tough losses. Bishop England allowed only four first downs in last week's 13-10 loss to West Ashley, but surrendered a long TD run by Thomas Woodhead late in the game. The Hawks dropped to 1-1 on the season in a heart breaking 28-21 loss to Timberland. Hanahan rallied from a 21-7 deficit with two TDs, but lost when a blocked punt was recovered in the end zone to give Timberland the win.

KEEP AN EYE ON: Bishop England linebacker Cameron Swails. He had nine tackles against West Ashley, including two for a loss.

DID YOU KNOW: The schools haven't played since 2007 when Hanahan posted a 14-12 victory.

Wando (1-0) at Conway (0-1)

LAST YEAR: Conway won, 16-12

COACHES: Jimmy Noonan, Wando; Chuck Jordan, Conway

NOTABLE: Wando had a good performance on both sides of the ball in the season- opening 31-0 victory over Ridge View. The Warriors held their opponents to 118 yards in total offense, while collecting 303 yards on offense. Quarterback Sam Norton had 135 total yards, including 80 on the ground. Conway led Summerville 20-14 at halftime least week, but gave up 29 points in the fourth quarter in a 50-26 loss.

KEEP AN EYE ON: Wando DE Gimel President. He's 6-4, 240 pounds and has major college potential.

DID YOU KNOW: A victory tonight would give Wando two wins. That's how many games the Warriors won in 2009.

North Charleston (1-0) at Burke (0-0)

LAST YEAR: North Charleston won, 49-21

COACHES: Gerald Hemingway, North Charleston; Earl Brown, Burke

NOTABLE: Both schools are coming off arguably their best seasons ever. North Charleston set a school record with 12 victories last fall, while Burke won its first region title in four decades. But both teams were hit hard on graduation and neither is as strong compared to last year. The Cougars' Bernard Smalls accounted for four touchdowns, including three TD passes, in last week's 40-14 victory over Military Magnet.

KEEP AN EYE ON: North Charleston defender Josh Washington. He had 14 tackles last week.

DID YOU KNOW: North Charleston has won 13 of its last 15 games.