We're reaching the point in the football season when every single weekend provides a handful of matchups that could determine both state and national pecking order. As predicted in the Weekend Watch, Friday and Saturday hosted on field referendums that also pitted powerful programs from Ohio and Kentucky as well as New Jersey and Florida against each other. When everything was sorted out, there was yet more shifting in the RivalsHigh 100, all as the national pecking order begins to take some definitive shape.
• No. 4 Louisville (Kent.) Trinity 17, No. 18 Cincinnati (Ohio) St. Xavier 7: Last week, St. X came through with a huge crosstown victory against fellow Southern Ohio power Cincinnati (Ohio) Colerain. This time around the Bombers weren't quite as lucky, with Trinity using a stifling defense to thwart St. X. After averaging 7 touchdowns per game entering the cross-state face off, Trinity held the Bombers to just 82 yards and 7 points.