Outlook: This is the “Game of the Year,” in the Baltimore City league’s Division II, with both teams bringing a perfect 6-0 league mark. Douglass won its seventh straight decision, 41-0, over Maritime Academy last Friday.

The Ducks (7-1 overall) have been paced offensively by quarterback Carlos Croslin, who’s accounted for more than 1,700 yards. Senior fullback Zach Morgan and sophomore wide receiver Maleek Williams are also offensive threats for the Ducks, who’ve outscored their Division II opponents, 257-34.

Forest Park topped Southwestern, 41-0, to remain unbeaten (8-0) as senior quarterback Andrew Allen threw three touchdown passes and senior running back Antwon Harmon rushed for two more. Pat Makall return a punt for another score.

The Foresters are 19-1 (18-0 regular season) under second-year coach Damon Bomar, who was named Ravens’ Coach of the Week Monday. Forest Park has outscored its division opponents, 250-26, this season.

The Foresters look to maintain their top standing in the 1A South Region standings with Dunbar (only team to beat Forest Park in last two seasons) second. Douglass can lock up its first state postseason berth with a win.