Here is a look at the six games on Week 10 high school football schedule in The Reporter area.

Souderton at North Penn

Time/Place: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Crawford Stadium, North Penn High School.

On Twitter: @khunter10.

On The Air: The game will be broadcast live on the radio on WNPV 1440 AM and online at wnpv1440.com.

Records: North Penn is 6-3 overall and 6-0 in the Suburban League One Continental Conference. Souderton is 2-7 overall and 2-4 in the Suburban One League Continental Conference.

Last Week: In a 50-14 win over Central Bucks West, the Knights scored 43 first-half points in the battle of the last two unbeaten teams in the conference. The Indians are also coming off a win, a 21-6 triumph over Hatboro-Horsham. Souderton took advantage of Hatter turnovers all night long.

Last Meeting: If the Knights were going to miss the postseason last year, so was their final opponent of the season. The Indians led late, but a two-point conversion gave North Penn an 11-10 victory.

Players to Watch: It was a breakout game for Jamar White, who ran for 60 yards and score last week for the Indians. They will need him and company to be effective on the ground to keep the ball out of the Knights' hands. They will also need to run strong because Lewis Dickinson leads a tough secondary to throw on.


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Prediction: North Penn 42, Souderton 7.

Lansdale Catholic vs. Archbishop Wood

Philadelphia Catholic League Class AAA Semifinal

Time/Place: 7 p.m. Friday, William Tennent High School.

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Records: Lansdale Catholic is 6-3 overall and 0-3 in the Philadelphia Catholic League Class AAA Division. Archbishop Wood is 7-2 and 3-0 in Philadelphia Catholic League Class AAA Division.

Last Week: The Vikings clinched the top seed in the division playoffs with a 49-6 win over Bonner-Prendergast. Luke Spahits was the leading rusher with 72 yards and two scores on the four carries. The Crusaders dropped a game to Cardinal O'Hara. In the 42-21 loss, senior Phil Seger had his first 100 yard rushing game of the season.

Last Meeting: It was three weeks ago when the Vikings used their big play offense to topple the Crusaders 35-6 at Wissahickon. The Vikings' Jarrett McClenton rushed for 178 yards in the win, while Mike Iacono rushed for 123 yards for the Crusaders.

Players to Watch: Crusaders quarterback Joe Pinzka is going to have to answer the Vikings big play with a few of his own. LC coach Tom Kirk cannot be afraid to let his junior drop back and go for it all. Vikings sophomore quarterback Tom Garlick is becoming more and more settled under center, throwing for 115 yards or more in four of his last five games, making it more difficult to key on the Wood running game.

Prediction: Archbishop Wood 28, LC 7.

Pennridge at Hatboro-Horsham

Time/Place: 7 p.m. Friday, Hatboro-Horsham High School.

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Records: Pennridge is 6-3 overall and 2-3 in the Suburban One League Continental Conference. Hatboro-Horsham is 3-6 overall and 1-5 in the Suburban One League Continental Conference.

Last Week: The Rams pulled away from Central Bucks East for a timely 47-27 victory. Senior Mike Class scored three second half touchdowns and grabbed one interception in the win. The Hatters failed to figure out Souderton and dropped a conference game 21-6 on the Indians' home field.

Last Meeting: In the first-ever game at Pennridge's Helman Field, the Rams flew on the turf and eased by the Hatters 54-14 last season. The Rams had six sacks in the win.

Players to Watch: The Rams will rely on senior lineman Shane Kraynik to set the tone on and off the field. If he can stuff the running of sophomore Kingsley Nowru and make the Hatters one dimensional, the Rams should be able to cross their fingers and hope the computers put them in the District One Class AAAA postseason.

Prediction: Pennridge 35, Hatboro-Horsham 14.

Central Bucks South at Central Bucks West

Time/Place: 7 p.m. Friday, War Memorial Field, Central Bucks West High School.

On Twitter: @mpcabrey.

Records: Central Bucks West is 7-2 overall and 5-1 in the Suburban One League Continental Conference. Central Bucks South is 4-5 overall and 2-4 in the Suburban One League Continental Conference.

Last Week: After Marvin Todd's second touchdown it was a one score game at 21-14, but North Penn went on to score the next 29 points in a 50-14 win. The Titans lost their fourth straight game as Quakertown came to South and won 24-7, allowing only 124 yards of total offense.

Last Meeting: In some of quarterback John Fitz's first career action under center he had a young West team within six points before the Titans scored the final two scores of the night for a 34-14 win.

Players to Watch: The match-up to watch is Titans senior wide receiver Paul Weeks against Bucks' cornerback Joe Ramos. Whoever wins this one-on-one match-up should help put their team in position to win the rivalry game.

Prediction: Central Bucks West 44, Central Bucks South 22.

Upper Moreland at Wissahickon

Time/Place: 7 p.m. Friday, Wissahickon High School.

On Twitter: @nick_iuele.

Records: Wissahickon is 5-4 overall and 4-2 in the Suburban One League American Conference. Upper Moreland is 3-6 overall and 2-4 in the Suburban One League American Conference.

Last Week: The Trojans rolled over winless Norristown 30-14 last Saturday. A botched punt and two scores in the span of two minutes broke the game wide open. Upper Moreland coughed up a two-score lead and fell to Springfield (Montco) 18-14 despite Charlie Hooker's 50 yards passing and 74 yards rushing.

Last Meeting: The Trojans gained 378 yards on the ground and pummeled Upper Moreland 55-13 in the 2012 regular-season finale. Trojans running back Dan Murphy scored five touchdowns.

Players to Watch: The Trojans look to their defense to slow down Golden Bears runner Tyler Whitmore. Doing the slowing down will be senior linebacker Chris Tronoski and troops.

Prediction: Wissahickon 17, Upper Moreland 7.

Phoenixville at Methacton

Time/Place: 1 p.m. Saturday, Methacton High School.

On Twitter: @ReporterSports.

Records: Methacton is 5-4 overall and 5-3 in the Pioneer Athletic Conference. Phoenixville is 4-5 and 4-3 in the the Pioneer Athletic Conference.

Last Week: The Warriors eased by Pottstown 38-6 behind fullback and linebacker Michael Cassidy. The senior captain ran for 123 yards and three scores and denied any Trojan of big gains all day. The Phantoms shut out Upper Perkiomen 21-0 last week, limiting the Indians to 84 yards of offense.

Last Meeting: The Phantoms' Ryan Yenchik rushed for 124 yards and three touchdowns en route to a 37-10 win over the Warriors Week Four last year.

Players to Watch: Former quarterback-turned-wide receiver Kyle Lowery had a breakout game for Methacton, catching four balls for 144 yards and a score in the Pottstown win. The Warriors need to slow down Phoenixville running back Justin McDougal, who has 431 yards and six scores on the season.

Prediction: Methacton 20, Phoenixville 14.

Follow Andrew Marcus on Twitter @amarcus515.