The district tiebreaker in the case of a three-way tie will be determined by head-to-head meetings. Since the three one-loss teams split losses the tiebreaker will be which team allowed the least touchdowns to district opponents. In the case of a Lee or Ed White loss a two-way tie will be determined by the head-to-head meeting, in which case Baldwin holds the tiebreaker over Lee and Ed White holds the tiebreaker over Baldwin.
Currently Lee hold the three-way tiebreaker having allowed only two touchdowns in district play and having beaten Ed White 20-0. Baldwin currently sits second in the district and has finished its district play having allowed three touchdowns to district opponents. West side rival Ed White has allowed five touchdowns to district opponents, but beat Baldwin 7-6.
Lee will play Paxon at home today to finish out district play. Ed White will also finish out district play today taking on Forrest.