A closer look at some of the high school events worth checking out this week: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. These teams are young but talented. The Bucs went 3-2 at the Warrior Invitational, with the losses to Steinbrenner and host Calvary Christian, both top teams in the area. Carrollwood Day played in the same tournament and went 2-3; one of the losses was 2-1 to Berkeley. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. The Gators are hoping to rebound after going 2-3 at the competitive Bishop McLaughlin tournament. Sunlake has won two straight after losing to East Lake. Should be a competitive match between city rivals. 7:45 p.m., Thursday. This should be one of the better matches in Pinellas this week. Osceola (3-0) has not played many matches so far and certainly not faced teams the caliber of St. Petersburg. The Green Devils are 8-0 and recently won the Keswick Invitational. Friday (4 p.m. start)-Saturday (9 a.m. start) at Holy Names. A pretty good field of eight local teams, so it’s hard to determine the favorite. The host team is playing well, but Carrollwood Day, Sunlake and Nature Coast all have a chance. In fact, don’t count out the others — Tampa Prep, Sickles, Wiregrass Ranch, Tampa Bay HEAT — either. 7:30 p.m. Friday at Skyway Park. These teams are both in Class 2A, Region 3, so the winner will have a leg up for the playoffs. It will be two games in a short week for the Lancers against a team that is well-rested. The Blue Jackets didn’t play last week thanks to a hurricane cancellation while Cambridge Christian played at Lake Highland Prep on Monday night. 7:30 p.m. Friday. The new district foes will face off for the first time. The Mustangs are off to a 3-0 start but have not faced an offense like the Patriots.’ FSU commit Lawrance Toafili rushed for more than 200 yards last week in a win over Largo and is clearly the player the Mustangs need to stop. Tyler Williams has already gained 451 rushing yards for Mitchell. 7:30 a.m. Saturday at Holloway Park, Lakeland. So far, 55 teams have registered for the meet, which is becoming one of the biggest — and best — in the area. To watch the top runners, you have to get there early. The elite girls race starts at 7:30, followed by the elite boys at 7:45.