As the 2013 high school football regular season comes to the end, all of the Webster Parish teams still have hopes for the playoffs.
Three out of four of our parish teams will play on the road this week. Here's a look at who and where our teams will play this Friday night.
The Minden Crimson Tide fell to 3-5 with a 28-15 loss to Benton last Friday night.
This Friday night the Tide will head back to Independence Stadium for the third time, this time to take on the Huntington Raiders.
The Raiders are 1-6 this season and are coming off a 33-21 loss to Northwood. Game time is 7 p.m.
The 7-3 Glenbrook Apaches will begin the MAIS playoffs with a first round game in Monroe against the River Oaks Mustangs.
Glenbrook and River Oaks played earlier this year, with the Mustangs taking a 41-24 win over the Apaches at Glenbrook.
If they win this game, the Apaches would probably have a home second-round game.
Kick-off is at 7 p.m.
The Lakeside Warriors fell to Calvary Baptist in last week's Homecoming game, but they hope to bounce back this week as they head to Vivian to take on North Caddo.
North Caddo is just 1-7 on the season, but beat Lakeview, 28-16, last week for their first win.
The Warriors are 5-3 and are playing for the first playoff appearance under head coach Joey Pesses. Wins this week and next week against Lakeview will help with that.
Game time is 7 p.m.
The North Webster Knights improved to 5-3 with a impressive 21-7 road win over Mansfield last week.
This week, the Knights will be the only Webster Parish team playing at home as they host the Green Oaks Giants.
Green Oaks is 2-6 on the year, and are coming off a 21-6 win over Booker T. Washington.
North Webster played without quarterback Alex Taylor last week, but he is expected back under center for this week's game.