Here are 10 games to watch as we enter Week 3 of the high school football season.
Latin Academy at Dorchester, 6 p.m. – Dorchester plays its first home game in school history on the newly-built Roberts Field.
No. 2 Reading at Dracut, 7 p.m. – Reading takes the field for its first regular season game of the season, doing so amidst a continued shuffling atop the Globe’s rankings.
No. 4 St. John’s Prep at No. 9 Central Catholic, 7 p.m. – A clash between Top 10 teams. The Prep is coming off its 36-22 win over Brockton to get back to 1-1, while Central Catholic comes in at 2-0.
Acton-Boxborough at No. 3 Natick, 7 p.m. – Troy Flutie and Co. get back to work as the Redhawks (1-0) welcome Acton-Boxborough (1-0).
No. 20 Weymouth at No. 11 Brockton, 7 p.m. – Both teams look to bounce back from season-opening losses to ranked opponents.
Barnstable at No. 18 BC High, 7 p.m. – The Eagles got back on track last week with a with a win over Andover and crept back into the Top 20.
Bishop Feehan at No. 17 North Attleborough, 7 p.m. – The Rocketeers (1-0), coming off a bye week, host rival Bishop Feehan (0-1) after its dismantling at the hands of Attleboro a week ago.
No. 1 Bridgewater-Raynham at No. 10 Xaverian, 1 p.m. – This is the marquee matchup of the weekend as the Trojans (2-0) are coming off a pair of signature victories, but Xaverian (1-0) is fresh off its win at Everett.
Lawrence Academy at Governor’s Academy, 1 p.m. – ISL action kicks off this weekend as Lawrence Academy tries to build off its perfect season in 2012.
St. Sebastian’s at Milton Academy, 3 p.m. – Senior linebacker Connor Strachan and the Arrows pay a visit to Milton Academy as St. Sebastian’s looks to keep it rolling after an unblemished 9-0 mark last year.
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- Bob Holmes: A Reading resident (Go Rockets!) and Boston College graduate, Holmes is the Boston Globe High School Sports Editor. We remind you now that his weekly picks are often made in jest so everyone just calm down when he picks against Everett for 11 straight weeks. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @GlobeHolmes.
- Craig Larson: A native of West Springfield (Leo Durocher anyone? Tim Daggett?) and Curry College graduate (a proud Colonel!), Larson is the sports editor for the Globe's regional sections: South, West and North, as well as a frequent contributor on the college beat. Abington to Xaverian: it all starts with the schools. Have a compelling story idea? Contact him at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @GlobeLars.
- Zuri Berry: Berry attended the same high school as sports legends O.J. Simpson and Joe DiMaggio. (Guess which one is his hero.) He's a South Boston resident (formerly of Eastie) and the editor of the High School Sports blog as well as the go-to-guy for everything high school sports on Boston.com. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @GlobeSchools for all of the latest updates.
Then there are our fall correspondents:
- Anthony Gulizia | @gulizia_a | Div. 1 football
- Eric Russo | @erusso22 | Div. 2 football
- Stephen Sellner | @stephen_sellner | Div. 3 football
- Andrew MacDougall | @Andy_MacDougall | Div. 4 football
- Greg Joyce | @GJoyce9 | Div. 5 football
- Lorenzo Recupero | @LorenzoRecupero | Div. 6 football
- Liz Torres | @etorres446 | Girls volleyball
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