The Pirates have rolled through the non-district opponents of their schedule so far this season.
In six-straight wins, Berea Community (6-0) really hasn't been challenged, winning each game by at least 14 points.
The Pirates, however, are set face a very tough test this weekend.
Berea opens district play with a showdown against Kentucky Country Day (6-0).
Kick-off is set for 7:30 p.m. in Berea.
There are only three remaining undefeated teams in Class A — Berea, Kentucky Country Day and Pikeville (6-0).
The Pirates went on the road last week and rolled to a 49-6 win over Dayton.
Senior quarterback Jaylen Whitaker had a tremendous performance. He completed 5-of-6 passes for 127 yards and a touchdown. He also rushed for 212 yards and three more scores.
Timmy Thompson had two rushing touchdowns, while Jaiden Cunningham had two scores (one rushing, one receiving).
On the season, Berea has more than 2,000 total yards of offense (more than 400 a game, excluding a forfeit win).
Whitaker is 40-of-59 for 546 yards with four touchdown and is also the team's leading rusher (584 yards on 47 attempts with seven touchdowns).
Cunningham and Thompson each have eight rushing touchdowns.
The Bearcats have also not been challenged so far this season.
KCD has out-scored its opponents 230-79 and have won every game by at least 16 points.
Last week, the Bearcats beat (Louisville) Southern, 27-7 at home.
Quarterback Luke Russo has completed 31-of-56 passed for 478 yards and six touchdowns with no interceptions.
Dorian Heard leads the team with 643 yards rushing and 13 touchdowns. Nick Smith has a team-best 422 receiving yards with six touchdowns and 407 yards rushing with seven touchdowns.
The Bearcats are ranked second in the most recent Associated Press Kentucky High School Class A poll.
Berea is ranked just outside of the Top 10, but did receive one first-place vote.