The Patriots will host the Battling Bulls for the second time this season, and have the revenge card after Glen Mills won the first one in punishing fashion, 42-26. The trio of QB Rob Geiss, running back Mark DeRobertis and receiver Ryan Hubley gives Great Valley a chance in most games. Hubley leads the area with 43 catches and 927 yards, Geiss leads the area with 2,176 passing yards and is tied for tops with 18 TD throws and DeRobertis has 1022 total yards and 14 TDs. Since giving up 42 points to the Bulls, Great Valley has held teams under 20 points, on average. The Patriot seniors have been to the past two district title games, winning in 2014, so the moment will likely not be too big for them. Junior running back Quadir Gibson had a monster game the first contest, running for 176 of the 350 yards on the ground for Glen Mills. He will garner plenty of attention, but the strategy should stay the same for the Bulls. Great Valley has allowed an average of 323 rush yards and 106 of 181 points, defensively, in its four losses. Glen Mills doesn’t throw a ton, but if it can find enough to keep the Pats from loading the box every play, running lanes will be there.