But the opener at Allen is a toss-up.
Easton and Freedom have met twice this season and after eight quarters and one overtime, the Patriots have scored 86 points and the Rovers 84.
The most intriguing matchup may be the one matching teams from different leagues.
Neither Parkland nor Bangor are the biggest teams in terms of height, but both get up and down the floor quickly and offer some outstanding outside shooting from players like the Trojans' Austin Beidelman and the Slaters' Alex Colton.
While Parkland is the favorite, Bangor shouldn't be intimidated since it has already defeated Emmaus and played Central Catholic tough in non-league games this season.
The games are spread out at four different locations tonight and the big thing to remember is that when Central Catholic qualifies for the 3A tournament, they almost always make it to the championship game.
Since 2000, the Vikings have made the tourney 11 of 13 years and have won eight titles and were the runner-up three other times.
The Vikings figure to be a huge favorite over a Tamaqua team that has qualified for the first time since 2002.
Bethlehem Catholic is in the tourney for the first time since 2007 and will face a Blue Mountain program that defeated the Golden Hawks, 68-66 in double-overtime in the 2007 semis.
Pottsville, which plays upstart Lehighton, has fluctuated between the 3A and 4A bracket for several years. The Tide lost in the 4A semis to Liberty in 2011 and fell to Easton in last year's quarters.
But the last time Pottsville was in 3A it won the gold with a 63-58 win over Central Catholic in the 2010 title game.
The other quarterfinal is an all-Colonial League meeting between Wilson and Salisbury. The Warriors are 3-0 against the Falcons this season with none of the games decided in single digits. Also, Salisbury's point total has decreased each time, going from 50 to 43 to 36 when Wilson won last week's meeting in the Colonial League semis.
Don't look for any games this weekend. The four-team field goes right to the semis with Catasauqua-Williams Valley and Notre Dame-North Schuylkill being Wednesday's matchups.
Rust will be the No. 1 concern for the Roughies, who have won nine straight, but haven't played since Feb. 7 and will have a 19-day gap between games.
In this classification, defending champ Pius X probably ranks as the favorite, but will have to solve those Schuylkill County teams that like to slow down the Royals.
A.J. DePue's squad has only been beaten by Mahanoy Area and Marian Catholic this season. Each time Pius X didn't crack the 40-point mark.
The most intriguing matchup in this bracket, however, is clearly Mahanoy Area against Moravian Academy