Lexington (10-9, 5-5) at Madison (15-8, 7-2) (Girls)
Earlier meeting: Lexington won 59-49
Players to watch: Lexington post Andrea Moffitt; Madison post Dakota Smith
What to know: A third tough game for the Lady Tigers on the week, but this one is a non-district contest. Lexington has Chester County and South Side to start the week. The Lady Tigers pulled off the win at home, and Lexington would love to win this one on the road. Madison also has two district games in the early part of this week, and the Lady Mustangs are favored in both. This will be a good test to see if Madison can go on a winning streak in the latter part of the season.
Huntingdon (17-4, 11-2) at Bradford (7-14, 3-8) (Girls)
Earlier meeting: Huntingdon won 50-33
Players to watch: Huntingdon guard Allee Maxwell; Bradford guard Morgan Martin
What to know: The Fillies have a shot at being on a 17-game winning streak going into this non-district contest. Huntingdon is definitely playing well since the middle part of December. Bradford is looking to pick up a non-district win and gain confidence as the district tournament looms right around the corner.
Union City (14-6, 8-1) at Liberty (13-7, 6-3) (Boys)
Earlier meeting: Liberty won 58-57
Players to watch: Union City guard Malik Stocksdale; Liberty guard Daniel Hill
What to know: The earlier meeting this season was a one-point win by Liberty on the road. Union City now comes to Liberty. The Crusaders are playing well recently and have responded from early season struggles. Liberty holds a win over the No. 2 Class AA team in the state and a one-point loss. This will be another good test for the Crusaders.
Riverside (13-6, 6-1) at Camden (13-6, 3-3) (Boys)
Earlier meeting: Camden won 77-73
Players to watch: Riverside guard Dylan Scott; Camden post Tanner Hudson
What to know: Camden picked up the win at Riverside, and the Lions want to try and pick up an 11th non-district win this season. Riverside is playing better then the Panthers did in the first matchup, and coach Jim Hehe hopes the better play continues. Camden plays in a tough district, and the Lions have taken two district losses since Christmas.