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Weekly East Valley prep football scores.

It’s here. The final week of the Arizona prep football regular season has arrived.

It’s crunch time for several teams on the bubble for a postseason berth, while others look to solidify their seeding for the upcoming tournaments.

The final rankings of the season will be revealed on Saturday, Nov. 2, the morning after the final game of the season is played. There are games this week that will have major implications on who will appear in the Open Division, and who will end up playing for a conference championship.

Here’s all of the teams in action this week. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. unless noted.

Hamilton at Chandler

Mountain Pointe at Corona del Sol

Highland at Desert Ridge

Mountain View at Dobson

Chaparral at Liberty

Skyline at Mesa

Basha at Perry

Desert Vista at Queen Creek

Westwood at Red Mountain

McClintock at Cactus Shadows

Casteel at Campo Verde

Horizon at Desert Mountain

Maricopa at Gilbert

Williams Field at Higley

Notre Dame Prep at Paradise Valley

Marcos de Niza at Arcadia

Apache Junction at Combs

Mesquite at Saguaro

Poston Butte at Seton Catholic

Shadow Mountain at Tempe

Coronado at ALA – Gilbert North

Florence at ALA – Ironwood

Coolidge at ALA – Queen Creek

Gilbert Christian at AZ College Prep

Valley Christian at Fountain Hills

Benjamin Franklin at San Tan Foothills

Scottsdale Christian at Phoenix Christian

Valley Lutheran at Scottsdale Prep

Chandler Prep at Tempe Prep

1A playoffs – second round

No. 8 Arete Prep at No. 1 Williams

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