Central Section football will close the regular season with rivalry week and the majority of its games on Thursday because of Veterans Day on Friday.
Fresno High (0-9, 0-4) and Roosevelt (3-6, 1-3), in the latest Pig Game that was first played in 1930, will launch the week with a North Yosemite League contest Wednesday at Sunnyside.
Madera South (8-1, 4-0), in another NYL game on the same night, will attempt to capture the five-year program's first outright title at home against McLane (2-7, 1-3).
The only game of the week matching unbeaten teams in league play will send Fowler (7-2, 3-0) to Caruthers (6-3, 3-0) Thursday in the West Sequoia League.
The Thursday card will also spotlight a West Yosemite League showdown for first place, sending Lemoore (7-2, 4-1) to Hanford (7-2, 5-0) in the Milk Can Game that has been played almost 70 times.
Playoff seeding for the section's six divisions will be determined next Saturday in Porterville.
In Friday's late-reporting games:
Buchanan 25, Clovis East 21: Billy East, a member of the Bears' 400-meter relay team that placed third in the state last spring, sprinted for touchdowns of 73, 32 and 5 yards in the Tri-River Athletic Conference game.
Buchanan's Adam Soesman, a sophomore safety, returned an interception 27 yards for a first-quarter score.
Lemoore 38, El Diamante 24: Brent Farris relieved an injured Caleb Baldwin (dislocated thumb) and passed for two touchdowns to lift the Tigers.
Corcoran 39, Sierra Pacific 0: Andre Ramirez scored three touchdowns for the Panthers in the nonleague game that matched the Kings County schools for the first time.