Multiple titles will be on the line as the regular season moves closer to its conclusion in multiple sports and the postseason begins a new chapter in boys tennis.
Scranton Prep is at Abington Heights in a Lackawanna Track Conference Division 1 girls meet where both teams bring a 3-0 division record into the finale. The winner claims the title.
Abington Heights, the No. 1 Big School girls team in the Riverfront Sports Super Six Track and Field Power Rankings, brings an 83-meet winning streak into the meet.
The Lake-Lehman baseball team and Abington Heights boys volleyball team have already clinched at least ties and will try to take their titles outright today on the road.
Lake-Lehman (9-1 in division, 11-1 overall) is at Holy Redeemer (7-3, 10-3) in Wyoming Valley Conference Division 2 baseball.
Abington Heights (10-0, 10-2) is at North Pocono (5-5, 8-6) in Lackawanna League boys volleyball.
The Hazleton Area and North Pocono boys track teams can clinch ties for first with wins.
Pittston Area (2-2) is at Hazleton Area (4-0) in a WVC Division 1 meet.
North Pocono (2-0) is at Delaware Valley (2-1) in an LTC Division 2 meet.
Also on the schedule:
Division 1 second-place team West Scranton (6-1, 6-1) is at Division 2 leader North Pocono (5-2, 6-4) in a Lackawanna softball crossover game.
Lackawanna Division 4 baseball leader Mountain View (6-1, 7-5) hosts Elk Lake (5-3, 6-6). The Warriors are tied for third.
The second- and third-place teams in WVC girls lacrosse meet when Lake-Lehman (11-1, 15-1) plays at Wyoming Area (8-1, 10-1).
District 2 goes through the first three rounds to determine the semifinalists in boys tennis singles competition with Class 2A at Kirby Park and Class 3A at North Pocono Middle School.