The final week of the regular football season isn’t short on drama. For all the grief the WHSAA might get in individual towns for scheduling and such, the best they they’ve done in the past two decades is this “rivalry week” finish to the season. When you consider that a lot of these games also tend to have playoff implications, it’s an exciting time. With last week’s 4-1 outing, yours truly is now 26-8 (.770) on the season in the 3A Class. That number is likely to go down this week with some very tough calls. Here’s what stood out to me in Week Seven.