It’s Week 7 of the Cape-Atlantic League season, and playoff positioning and conference titles are on the line in just about every game.

Many teams are battling for conference titles and playoff positioning this week with St. Augustine in control of the American Conference, the National Conference is still up-for-grabs.

Friday night it's Countdown to Kickoff starting at 6pm with Cole Raring and Pete G, then Tom Williams and Bud Rinck call all the action from Ocean City at Atlantic City at 7pm. Cole and Pete have scores and highlights at halftime and the post-game show til 10pm.

Here are the week 7 games and picks for this week:

Ocean City (1-5) @ Atlantic City (1-4), 7pm {Listen-97.3 FM}

The Red Raiders have some tough losses this year, including last week's 20-13 loss to Millville.  Running back Dan Henderson has four touchdowns for Ocean City and quarterback Andrew Donoghue has four passing touchdowns, Jared Jones is averaging 24.7 yards per catch.  For Atlantic City, it's all about if quarterback Jamir Prevard plays or not.  The talented signal caller has missed parts of multiple games this season for "coaches decisions" but when he plays, the Vikings are a tough offense to stop. Dapree Wright has 11 catches for Atlantic City for two scores.

Pick: Ocean City 27, Atlantic City 23

St. Augustine (6-0) @ Egg Harbor Township (3-2), 7pm

After a hot start to the season, the Silver Eagles have now dropped two in a row and now face a very difficult stretch of their schedule, starting with this game against St. Augustine, the No. 1 team in the CAL Fine 5.  The Prep have the CAL's leading rusher, Kyle Dobbins, who has 995 yards and 12 touchdowns on the season.  Jose Tabora is the trigger man with 1024 yards and 13 touchdown passes. EHT running Dante Moore averages 10.1 yards per carry.

Pick: St. Augustine 48, EHT 12

St. Joseph (4-2) @ Mainland (2-3), 7pm

The Wildcats laid it on Atlantic City last week, but Mainland plays tough defense, holding St. Augustine to 27 points two weeks ago.  St. Joe running back A'laam Horne has 645 yards and eight touchdowns, his brother Salaam has 424 yards and six scores, plus tree passing touchdowns this season.  Mainland wide receiver Justin Bishop has 368 yards and five touchdowns.

Pick: St. Joe's 34, Mainland 10

 

Vineland (2-3) @ Absegami (2-3), 7pm

Both teams need a win to keep fading playoff hopes alive, the Braves have lost two in a row, since their win in the rain over EHT, Vineland has dropped three straight.  Austin Shiner and Vinny Nelson have combined to catch 28 passes for Absegami.  Davion Seymore is the CAL's second leading rusher with 652 yards and seven touchdowns for Vineland.

Pick: Absegami 21, Vineland 19

Buena (5-1) @ Pleasantville (0-6), 7pm

The Chiefs battled last week without running back Sammy Crouch, downing Mainland 14-1 in come-from-behind fashion.  They should be fine with or without him this week, heading to face a Pleasantville team that's dropped 16 straight games. Buena has the second longest win streak in the CAL at four games and should extend that tonight.

Pick: Buena 38, Pleasantville 7

Oakcrest (3-2) @ Middle Township (2-3), 7pm

The Falcons are coming off a tough loss to district rival Cedar Creek and look to get back on track against a Panthers team coming off a win at Bristol, PA.  Terrance Smith is fourth in the CAL with 608 yards and nine touchdowns, quarterback Kendall Elliot has thrown for four scores.  For Middle, Matt Harris has four passing touchdowns and Shawn Scott has rushed for four touchdowns.

Pick: Oakcrest 32, Middle Twp. 16

Millville (3-2) @ Bridgeton (3-3), 7pm 

Should be the game of the night, the winner of this game should be the No. 5 team in the 'CAL Fine 5' if the games play out the way we think.  Millville's two loses are to St. Augustine and St. Joe's the No 1 and No. 2 teams in the 'CAL Fine 5.' Bridgeton is a tough team, with losses to Buena, Holy Spirit and and non-conference game to River Dell. The Bulldogs defense gives up just 13.2 points per game.  Quarterback David Mosley has six passing scores, all to Markquese Bell, who has 24 catches on the season.  Millville only gives up 14.4 points per game this season.

Pick: Bridgeton 20, Millville 18

Lower Cape May (1-4) @ Cedar Creek (4-1), 1pm (Saturday)

Cedar Creek has some of the best offensive talent in the CAL, Lower Cape May, while improved isn't quite ready for a team like the Pirates.  The Cedar Creek offense scores 26.8 points per game and their defense only gives up 9.8 points, second best in the Cape. For Lower Isaac Whitmore has a kickoff return for a touchdown this season.

Pick: Cedar Creek 45, Lower Cape May 6