Nashua South at Exeter (1 p.m.)
Exeter beat South 30-14 last Friday, and if the Blue Hawks beat you in the first meeting, they usually beat you the second time around as well. Exeter, 21-13.
Merrimack at Nashua North (1 p.m.)
The Titans won’t have injured quarterback Curtis Harris, but the North defense will be the difference. North, 14-6.
Salem at Goffstown (2 p.m/Saint Anselm College)
The Grizzlies won the first matchup between these teams, but the Blue Devils will win Round 2. Salem, 27-14.
Pinkerton at Londonderry (2 p.m.)
The Astros are capable of trading punches with the Lancers for a while, but not for a full four quarters. Londonderry, 28-14.
Souhegan at Bow (1 p.m.)
Souhegan isn’t your typical No. 8 seed, but the Falcons advance. Bow, 27-20.
Alvirne at Milford (1 p.m.)
If you want to be entertained Saturday afternoon, find your way to Milford High School. Milford, 27-26.
Plymouth at Pelham (1 p.m.)
The Pythons have as good a chance as any team to win the Division II title. Pelham, 13-7.
Hollis/Brookline at Kennett (1 p.m.)
How deep is the Division II playoff field? The Cavaliers have scored at least 48 points in six of their nine games and they’re a No. 5 seed. Hollis/Brookline, 42-14.
Laconia at Lebanon (1 p.m.)
You have to play defense to win in the postseason, and the Raiders allowed 81 points in their eight victories. Lebanon, 28-6.
Newport at Trinity (1 p.m.)
John Thibault’s former school faces John Thibault’s current school. Trinity, 28-12.
Stevens at Campbell (1 p.m.)
It’s been nearly a month since Stevens won a football game. Campbell, 26-13.
Hillsboro-Deering/Hopkinton at Monadnock (1 p.m.)
The defending champs aren’t going down without a fight. Monadnock, 26-14.
Bishop Brady at Winnisquam (1 p.m.)
The Bears extend the state’s longest winning streak to 17 games. Winnisquam, 35-6.
Fall Mountain at Raymond (1 p.m.)
If the Wildcats play well on defense, they’ll have a chance. Fall Mountain, 20-19.
Last week: 21-4.
2019 record: 212-41.