South Beauregard at DeQuincy, 7 p.m.

South Beauregard (0-1) travels to DeQuincy to take on the winless Tigers. DeQuincy (0-2) lost to Westlake in its opener and to Grant last week. The Golden Knights lost a 6-0 slugfest with Leesville last week. DeQuincy, a run-oriented team, will battle the physical defensive of South Beauregard, and the Golden Knight offense, which was shut out offensively in its first game, will go against a defense that has given up an average of 38 points per game in its first two matchups of the year.

Mangham at Pickering, 7 p.m.

Pickering is faced with another challenge in its search for its first win of the season. Mangham (2-0) is a run-heavy team with victories over Delhi and St. Frederick. The Dragons have rushed for 696 yards in the first two games, including 292 yards from senior running back Donovan Hayes. Sophomore, Tyler Haynes, has tallied 201 yards and three touchdowns for Mangham. Pickering (0-2) is coming off a 34-6 loss to Lake Arthur. The Red Devils are led by a duo of running backs, senior, Quan Blackwell and freshman, Devon Harris. Harris debuted at running back last week, recording 53 yards on 13 carries.

DeRidder at Jennings, 7 p.m.

After an impressive performance from junior running back Torrin Bouvia, DeRidder opened its season with a 25-0 win over Washington-Marion. Bouvia ran for 152 yards on 22 carries, while junior Greg Woodard added 95 yards to go with a pair of touchdowns. This week, the Dragons take on Jennings (1-0) which defeated Eunice 26-10. Jennings went 11-2 last season, including a 28-9 win over DeRidder.

Westlake at Leesville, 7 p.m.

Leesville ran out to a 2-0 start, after a 6-0 win over South Beauregard, and prepares for a Westlake team coming off a 40-16 route from Crowley. The Wampus Cats lone score against South Beauregard came from sophomore, Dante Gallashaw, who ran for 102 yards on 16 carries in the win. Senior quarterback, Chris Vargas, has passed for 312 yards this season with three touchdowns, and senior, Andrew Croker, has 111 yards receiving, and 72 yards on the ground.