Bethlehem Christian Academy needs to win Friday night and then get a little help to qualify for the state playoffs in their first full season of varsity play.
Neither task will be easy. The Knights will travel to Thomas Jefferson, a perennial region and state champion for the final regular season contest. BCA needs to win and then have John Hancock, who is winless in 2012, upset David Emanuel.
Both scenarios need to happen since David Emanuel has the head-to-head tiebreaker against the Knights. Thomas Jefferson has already clinched the Region 1-A title after defeating Curtis Baptist last week by a 54-0 score. The Jaguars are 7-3 overall and have scored more than 40 points in all seven wins. Thomas Jefferson has also posted totals of 62, 58, 54 and 49 in 2012.