For the third straight week, the Tigers will face a Lewis & Clark team with a losing record.
Marceline's football team travels to Salisbury on Friday night, and the 5-1 Tigers will shoot for a performance similar to last season's 59-6 game at Chester Ray Stadium. Coming off of a winless season, Salisbury is 1-5 in its 2018 campaign.
Marceline also defeated Salisbury to end its season in the opening round of district play, 40-0.
The Tigers get Westran next week.
"We just need to get some things clicking and worry about us," Marceline coach Mark Ross said. "We can't focus on what anybody else is doing. We did some good things (in the Schuyler County game last Friday), but there's also a lot for us to improve. We're getting closer to the postseason, and we know that everyone is going to be hungry."
The Panthers are a senior-heavy team with some talent in spots, especially running back and defensive back Levi Borden. Freshman quarterback Grant Biere, listed as 6'2", 165 pounds, has an arm of which secondaries need by wary.
The Panthers have scored 20 or more points in three of their past four games.