New Hartford and Oneida’s schedules came together perfectly, huh?

Both state-ranked programs — along with Thomas R. Proctor — are on the brink of completing undefeated regular seasons.

Oh, and not to mention the league titles and crucial playoff seeds that are on the line.

In the Class B East, New Hartford coach Jim Kramer’s state-ranked No. 14 Spartans (6-0, 6-0) will host coach Jason Fuller and his state-ranked No. 15 Oneida (6-0, 6-0) at 6 p.m. Friday at Don Edick Field in New Hartford.

I heard that they sell taco-in-a-bag there?

"What’s special about this group is that they truly do play for each other," said Kramer, a former Oneida player. "They have a high set of goals and work extremely hard to reach them. (The Class B East title) is another goal we’ve talked about. We’re excited to earn it. … To do it in front of our home fans and community is something our whole program is excited about."

"We prepare every week pretty much the same," Fuller said. "They know there’s a league title on the line and that it’s been a while for both schools. … They buy into what we’re doing. They bring their lunch pail to work every day. They’re a fun group to be around."

The Spartans last won a league title in 2009 and Oneida’s last league crown came in 2008.

Both teams have big, strong linemen that helped skill players like New Hartford’s Tyler Potocki and Vinny Fanelli and Oneida’s Stephen Cafalone and Zander Farr make plays.

So what is at stake Friday?

New Hartford and Oneida have already clinched Section III playoff berths, but the winner will garner no less than the Section III Class B’s No. 2 seed. If Solvay (6-0, 6-0 Class B West) defeats Homer (3-3, 3-3) on Friday, Solvay and the New Hartford-Oneida winner will have to flip a coin to determine Class B’s top seed.

Meanwhile, the Class AA-2 title is on the line when Proctor coach Steve Strife’s state-ranked No. 16 Raiders (6-0, 4-0) travel to Cicero-North Syracuse (4-2, 3-1) at 7 p.m. Friday. Proctor last won a league crown in 2015.

If Proctor wins, a flip a coin with Liverpool (6-0, 4-0 Class AA-1) — which completed its league slate and will play nonleague Corning-Painted Post (Section IV) on Friday — will determine Section III Class AA’s top seed.

Proctor’s senior running back Tasean Cooper has already rushed for 1,172 yards and 20 touchdowns, thanks to linemen like Evan Gohringer in the trenches. Isiah Czarnecki and Louis Robinson have been stout linebackers.

With unblemished regular seasons on the line, New Hartford, Oneida and Proctor hope to follow the footsteps of its worthy predecessors.

In 2009, the Spartans — led by coach Bob Jones and players Joe Carcone and Anthony Acevedo — won a league title during a 9-0 start that led to their third straight Section III Class A finals appearance. And don’t forget about the ’87 and ‘88, when legendary coach Don Edick guided New Hartford to 19 straight wins and two section titles within that span.

The last time Oneida got this far with a flawless record was when it won a league crown in 2008. Former coach Bill Carinci guided players like Will Jones and Ryan Kramer — Jim’s younger brother — to a 6-0 start, ending the season with an 11-2 mark after winning the Section III Class B crown en route to the state championship game.

In 2003, Proctor coach Jerry Fiorini guided players like Ricardo Giruzzi, Matt Ward and Evan Hughes to a 6-0 regular season finish before finishing 7-1. Proctor finished 6-0-2 in 1946.

Many other playoff scenarios are in place. Here is what I conjured up:

In Class AA, if Rome Free Academy (1-5, 1-3) wants a playoff berth, the Black Knights have to defeat West Genesee (2-4, 1-3) and hope for a Baldwinsville (2-4, 2-2) win over Fayetteville-Manlius (2-4, 1-3) to squeak in.

In Class A, the six-team division’s regular season goes through Week 8. Only the top four teams will then advance to the semifinals. Whitesboro is currently the fourth seed and must win out to at least remain in playoff contention.

Class B gets crazy. Class B East foes Central Valley Academy (4-2, 4-2), Vernon-Verona-Sherrill (3-3, 3-3) and Cazenovia (3-3, 3-3) are battling for two remaining spots (New Hartford and Oneida will earn the top two seeds).

The simplest circumstance involves a CVA win over VVS on Friday, which automatically clinches CVA and Cazenovia while eliminating VVS. If VVS wins and Cazenovia loses to Mexico, then VVS and CVA gets in. But if VVS and Cazenovia both win, that will trigger tons of tricky halftime point differential scenarios that I spent way too much time on this week.

Since Class C has three divisions, division winners Canastota (5-1, 4-0 Class C South), Lowville (6-0, 3-0 Class C East) and Cato-Meridian (6-0, 5-0 Class C West) will all garner the top three seeds. The second place teams also clinch seeds 4 to 6. Wildcard teams will make up the final two seeds.

In Class C South, second-place Clinton (4-2, 3-1) has already clinched via owning the head-to-head tiebreaker over third-place Mount Markham (4-2, 2-2), which must beat Notre Dame to contend for a wildcard slot.

In Class C East, the simplest route involves defending Section III Class C champion Holland Patent (3-3, 2-1). If the Golden Knights win their fourth straight game and beats Little Falls (3-3, 1-2), then HP clinches. If Herkimer (4-2, 2-1) defeats Lowville and LF beats HP, then Herkimer will clinch, HP is eliminated and LF has a shot at a wildcard.

Another local team in the running for a league crown and top seed is Frankfort-Schuyler coach Jeff Lagase’s Class D state-ranked No. 10 Maroon Knights (5-1, 5-1).

Frankfort — led by Tyler Rosati, Michael DeRollo, Jeff DeSarro — is currently behind Beaver River (5-1, 5-1) for first place. A Frankfort win over Waterville (4-2, 4-2) paired with a Beaver River loss to Dolgeville (4-2, 4-2) will give the Knights the No. 1 seed and a league crown for the second straight season.

Dolgeville would also move up to the No. 2 seed with a win.

Oh, and don’t ask about my fantasy team.

Contact reporter Marquel Slaughter at 315-792-4963 or follow him on Twitter @OD_Slaughter.