Cherokee Trail No. 9 (1-0) and Columbine No. 3 (1-0)
when and where: Thursday at 7pm at Jeffko Stadium
The Rebels performed well in the 42-21 victory over Denver East in Week 1. Columbine only attempted four passes in a 42-7 lead early in the fourth quarter. Running back Seth Cromwell scored 152 yards and two touchdowns. There were only 11 carry loose in the game. Cherokee Trail trailed by 11 points early before beating Mullen 35-24, unable to withstand the slow start last Friday.
Pomona No. 10 (0-1) and Cherry Creek No. 2 (1-0)
when and where: Friday night at Stutler Bowl at 7pm
Last meeting: Cherry Creek 35-7, November 28, 2020
After a heartbreaking week after the last-minute touchdown loss to Grandview (30-29), first-year Panthers head coach Nate Johnson faces another centenary league force — or should we say this A century of league strength? The Bruins are Colorado’s longest owner of 24 consecutive victories. They defeated Dougherty 42-0 in the past 10 games and were eliminated for the fifth time.
No. 8 Fairview (1-0) vs. Castle View (1-0)
when and where: Friday at 6 pm at the DC Stadium
Last meeting: Fairview 49-36 November 13, 2020
It seems that the Cavaliers themselves have another prodigy quarterback. Rookie Bekkem Kritza completed 27 of 39 passes in his college debut, completed 328 yards and 3 touchdowns, while rookie Jordan Rachel completed two TDs in defeating Boulder. Pitching. The difficulty of visiting Castle View increased by a level, and it rejected Heritage with a score of 27-0.
No. 7 Fruit Monument (1-0) and No. 5 Montrose (1-0)
when and where: Friday night at 7 o’clock in Montrose
Last meeting: October 16, 2020, Montrose, 28-27
The Wildcats entered the fall with high expectations, and then showed why they beat the 5A Highland Ranch with a 42-17 advantage, seeing them accumulate 473 yards of offense. Montrose’s performance against Grand Junction Center (46-6) was equally impressive. If this version is similar to last fall’s version, Xipo football fans will be feasted.
Green Mountain (1-0) vs. No. 10 Gold (1-0)
when and where: Friday at 7pm at NAAC Stadium
Last meeting: Golden 42-27, September 15, 2017
Last Friday night, the Devil team may have gotten rid of this week’s unease and then defeated-no. 4 Broomfield is behind the breakthrough performance of junior QB Jazel Riley IV (235 yards total, 2 sprints and throws). At the same time, the 3A Rams are trying to beat their 4A opponents for the second consecutive week after sprinting for 390 yards for the second consecutive week in the 35-14 defeat of the Monarch.
Brighton (1-0) vs. No. 9 Chatfield (1-0)
when and where: Friday night at 7:30 at Jeffko Stadium
Last meeting: Chatfield 42-10, September 12, 2019
Is it a bit premature for a coach in the CHSAANow.com poll to rank Chatfield as number one in the 4A? maybe. But the Chargers’ 49-43 victory over Longmont is undoubtedly impressive, especially Jack Marshall’s 117 yards and 4 touchdowns on the ground. With Brighton linebacker Max Cisneros (9 tackles, 3.0 losses) on the other side of the court, this might be interesting.
No. 1 Roosevelt (0-0) and No. 4 Holy Family (1-0)
when and where: Friday night at 7 o’clock in the Sagrada Familia
Last meeting: Holy Family 14-7, September 27, 2019
Looking for an early 3A state champion favorite? Whoever leaves this with “W” may get a nod. The Tigers beat the South 34-27 last week, thanks in large part to the explosive play of close end Dominic Mazzulla (four catches, 190 yards). Now they have the Roughriders team that has played for the first time since losing to Durango in the 3A finals last fall.
No. 9 Pueblo South (0-1) and No. 7 Discovery Canyon (1-0)
when and where: Friday at 7pm, D-20 Stadium
Last meeting: Pueblonan 31-22, September 14, 2019
The Colts received salvation in the second-ranked game that started this season. The biggest question is whether star QB Jace Bellah (Jace Bellah), who left last week and lost to the Holy Family due to injury, can play. In the 42-21 defeat of Lewis Palmer, it was found that Canyon’s defense had only surrendered one touchdown in three quarters. His absence would make people feel his absence.