Waxahachie at South Grand Prairie

What: District 7-6A

When: 7 p.m. Thursday

Where: Gopher-Warrior Bowl

Records: Waxahachie 2-7, 1-5; SGP 4-5, 3-3

Broadcast: KBEC 1390 AM / 99.1 FM

Last year: SGP won 42-14

Last week: Waxahachie beat Mansfield Summit 10-6; SGP lost to DeSoto 41-26

Players to watch: Waxahachie: QB DJ Hollywood, WR Brandon Hawkins Jr.; SGP: RB javarius Crawford, WR Titus Jackson

Playoff outlook: Waxahachie has been eliminated from postseason consideration. SGP will be the No. 2 team in the 6A Division I bracket and will travel to Duncanville, the 8-6A No. 1 seed, next Friday.

Midlothian at Waco University

What: District 5-5A (II)

When: 7:30 p.m. Friday

Where: Waco ISD Stadium

Records: Midlothian 7-2, 5-2; University 4-5, 2-5

Broadcast: misd,gs/domain/522

Last year: Midlothian won 45-12

Last week: Midlothian beat Cleburne 19-14; University lost to Everman 65-7

Players to watch: Midlothian: RB Ethan Hill, QB Nicholas de los Santos; University: n/a

Playoff outlook: Midlothian clinched the No. 3 berth with last week’s win and will travel to either Red Oak, South Oak Cliff or Seagoville depending on how the 6-5A race shakes out. University has been eliminated from postseason consideration.

Seagoville at Red Oak

What: District 6-5A (II)

When: 7 p.m. Thursday

Where: Billy Goodloe Stadium

Records: Seagoville 7-2, 5-1; Red Oak 8-1, 6-0

Last year: Red Oak won 65-0

Last week: Seagoville beat Dallas Jefferson 55-2; Red Oak beat Dallas Spruce 63-6

Players to watch: Seagoville: RB Daelove Harris, QB Eric Hall; Red Oak: QB Joshua Ervin, RB C.J. Palmer

Playoff outlook: Both teams are in. Red Oak would clinch the No. 1 seed and its first outright district title since 1982 with a win, and would host either Everman or the Cleburne-Burleson winner. But a Seagoville win could create a tri-championship and throw the district into a 3-way tiebreaker including South Oak Cliff, which beat Seagoville 41-6 just 3 weeks ago.

Greenville at Ennis

What: District 8-5A (II)

When: 7:30 p.m. Friday

Where: Lion Memorial Stadium

Records: Greenville 6-3, 5-2; Ennis 8-1, 7-0

Broadcast: KRVF 106.9 FM; KGVL 1400 AM

Last year: Ennis won 35-14

Last week: Greenville beat Forney 51-3; Ennis beat Corsicana 30-21

Players to watch: Greenville: WR Miles Denson, QB Brandon Stephens; Ennis: QB Collin Drake, RB Dyllan Santos

Playoff outlook: Both teams have clinched playoff berths. Ennis has locked up the No. 1 seed and will host either Frisco Reedy, Denison or Frisco High depending on the final results in 7-5A. Greenville, in a 3-way tie for second in the loss column with Royse City and idle Corsicana, is locked into a No. 4 seed and a first-round trip to the 7-5A champion, unless Greenville upsets Ennis and Terrell upsets Royse City.

Mabank at Midlothian Heritage

What: District 9-4A (I)

When: 7:30 p.m. Friday

Where: MISD Multipurpose Stadium

Records: Mabank 6-3, 1-3; Heritage 5-4, 3-1

Broadcast: misd,gs/domain/524

Last year: Heritage won 56-28

Last week: Mabank lost to Athens 40-21; Heritage beat Life Waxahachie 24-7

Players to watch: Mabank: RB Jacob McCray, QB Dayltyn McKinley; Heritage: QB Cade Sumbler, WR Jay Wilkerson

Playoff outlook: Heritage is in, but its Oct. 25 forfeit to Crandall for use of an ineligible player locks the Jaguars into a No. 2 seed and they will face the 10-4A (I) No. 3 — either Palestine or the Van-Henderson winner — in next week’s bi-district round. Mabank has been eliminated from postseason consideration.

Life Waxahachie at Quinlan Ford

What: District 9-4A (I)

When: 7:30 p.m. Friday

Where: Lytal Stadium

Records: Life 6-3, 2-2; Quinlan Ford 4-5, 0-4

Last year: Life won 28-14

Last week: Life lost to Midlothian Heritage 24-7; Quinlan Ford lost to Crandall 28-6

Players to watch: Life: QB Gage Mayfield, RB Sir Michael Veasley; Quinlan Ford: QB Kobe Jennings, RB Michael McCarter

Playoff outlook: Life has clinched a berth and would be the No. 3 seed with either a win or an Athens loss to Crandall; otherwise the Mustangs would drop to No. 4 and draw a matchup with 10-4A champion Carthage. Quinlan Ford has been eliminated from postseason consideration.

Maypearl at Grandview

What: District 9-3A (I)

When: 7:30 p.m. Friday

Where: Zebra Stadium

Records: Maypearl 3-6, 1-4; Grandview 8-1, 4-1

Last year: Grandview won 56-6

Last week: Maypearl lost to Teague 41-9; Grandview lost to Whitney 26-21

Players to watch: Maypearl: RB/DE Grant Hamby, WR/DB Lex Lewis; Grandview: QB Dane Jentsch, WR Cooper Deans

Playoff outlook: Maypearl has been eliminated from postseason consideration. Defending state champion and former No. 1 Grandview is locked into a No. 2 seed after last week’s upset loss to Whitney.

Palmer at Blooming Grove

What: District 7-3A (II)

When: 7:30 p.m. Friday

Where: Lion Stadium

Records: Palmer 9-0, 6-0; Blooming Grove 4-5, 2-4

Last year: Palmer won 45-12

Last week: Palmer beat Gateway Charter 64-0; Blooming Grove lost to Mildred 40-27

Players to watch: Palmer: QB Adrian Cisneros, RB Dylan Tyree; Blooming Grove: WR Damon Lovett, RB jalen Coleman

Playoff outlook: Palmer has clinched the No. 1 seed and awaits the Hamilton-Florence winner in the bi-district round, but is also seeking its first-ever 10-0 regular season. Blooming Grove has been eliminated from postseason.

Italy at Riesel

What: District 8-2A (I)

When: 7:30 p.m. Friday

Where: Fair Park Field

Records: Italy 6-3, 4-1; Riesel 4-5, 3-2

Last year: Riesel won 33-6

Last week: Italy was idle; Riesel beat Itasca 28-20

Players to watch: Italy: WR Cahl Horn, RB Jaiden Barr; Riesel: WR/DB Nolan Slagle, RB/LB Riley Kinsey

Playoff outlook: Both teams have clinched berths. Italy would clinch the No. 2 seed with a victory and a likely bi-district pairing with Valley Mills, but a Riesel win could force a 3-way tiebreaker for second place with Italy and Bosqueville, in which case Bosqueville holds the points advantage. San Saba and Crawford are locked in as the 1 and 2 seeds in 7-2A.

Milford at Avalon

What: District 11-1A (I)

When: 7:30 p.m. Friday

Where: Eagle Field

Records: Milford 7-2, 2-0; Avalon 9-0, 2-0

Last year: Milford won 114-70

Last week: Milford beat Coolidge 80-62; Avalon beat Penelope 60-24

Players to watch: Milford: QB Ricky Pendleton, WR Ka’charo Cook; Avalon: QB/DB Miguel Padron, RB/LB Rhett Newton

Playoff outlook: Both teams have clinched berths. The winner of this game will be the No. 1 seed and will face 12-1A runner-up Leverett’s Chapel in next week’s bi-district game, and the loser will be the No. 2 seed and will play 12-1A champion Gilmer Union Hill.