When the Wakefield Warriors and Yorktown Patriots take the field tonight in first-round 6D North Region high-school football playoff action, the teams will be facing opponents they have not played for many years.
When Colonial Forge coach John Brown reflected on the regular season schedule the Eagles had put together this year, he thought games road games against Grassfield and Freedom and a home game against four-time defending state Class 5 champion Highland Springs would provide a strong litmus te…
Joe Mullinax knew what type of offense he wanted to run when he took over as head coach in 2017. He needed to find the right person to implement it. Guy Hayes answered the call.
Gary Wortham said a change of support from the Woodbridge administration and unfounded accusations about the football program led him to resign his position as head coach once the season ended.
At last! A visual two-step process has begun with the hope of helping to eliminate, or certainly lessen the number of those annoying delay-of-game penalties in high school football.
With bookend victories to their regular season, including a memorable 17-7 final-game home win over their neighborhood rival Langley Saxons on Nov. 8, the McLean Highlanders had a big bounce-back campaign in 2019.
The Bishop O'Connell Knights scored the first 20 points against the visiting Paul VI Catholic Panthers on Nov. 9, then allowed the next 21 in a 21-20 loss in their final regular-season game of the high-school football season.
BRENTSVILLE 34, GEORGE MASON 21: Guy Hayes threw for 185 yards on 7 of 17 passing and three touchdowns and ran for 194 yards on 14 carries and two touchdowns as the visiting Tigers finished up the regular season on a five-game winning streak and unbeaten in the Class 3 Northwestern District.
The results of the final Friday night lights of the 2019 high-school football regular season in Nov. 8 action secured an outright district championship for the Yorktown Patriots and Wakefield Warriors.
Jakari Lewis ran for 327 yards and four touchdowns on seven carries Thursday night as Osbourn defeated Osbourn Park 50-20 to close out the regular season for both teams.
Depending on the outcome of final regular-season games on Nov. 8, there is a possibility that the Wakefield Warriors, Washington-Liberty Generals and Yorktown Patriots could all end up as district football champions.
With the Washington-Liberty Generals’ 42-0 victory over the host McLean Highlanders in Nov. 1 high-school football action, the winning team kept possession of the annual Highlanders-Generals Cup trophy awarded to the winner of the game each fall for 12 seasons now.
The Madison Warhawks (6-3, 2-1) remained in second place in the Concorde District with a 41-0 home shutout over their neighborhood rival Oakton Cougars on Nov. 1 in high-school football action.
In a trio of important district football games with first place and or playoff implications on the line Friday night, Nov. 1, all three of Arlington’s public-school teams won big.
For the third straight season and eighth time in the past 10 high-school football campaigns, the neighborhood rival Flint Hill Huskies and Potomac School Panthers will meet in the final regular-season game for both that will decide the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference champion.
The final 2019 regular-season football game for the host Flint Hill Huskies and Potomac School Panthers on Saturday, Nov. 2 will be a showdown for first place in the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference.
Their second win of the season was undoubtedly the biggest of the two for the Bishop O'Connell Knights, who topped the host Bishop Ireton Cardinals, 28-14, Oct. 26 in a tightly-contested high-school football clash.
In a back-and-forth contest that featured five lead changes, Gar-Field had the final say Friday.
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