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The Wakefield Warriors opened their 2019 high-school football season on the road Sept. 6 with a 28-6 loss to the Fairfax Rebels.

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With victories about three hours apart, the Potomac School Panthers and Marshall Statesmen evened their records at 1-1 Sept. 6 in high-school football action.

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They allowed a lot of points again in their second-straight lopsided loss, but first-year Bishop O'Connell Knights' head coach Ken Lucas thought his high-school football team showed improvements in some areas in the Sept. 7 home contest in Arlington.

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Behind a 300-yard passing game from senior quarterback Grant Wilson the Yorktown Patriots opened their 2019 high-school football season with a 40-0 home victory over visiting Wilson of Washington, D.C. on Sept. 6.

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With many new faces, including a head coach, for the Flint Hill Huskies this season the story was an old one regarding the result of the football team’s opening game of the 2019 campaign – another comfortable victory.

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With the temperature very hot during a recent practice session, the Wakefield High School football discarded their helmets and pads, and some their shirts, then continued on with various drills.

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Big potential exists for the Yorktown Patriots in high-school football this season, and the team’s longtime head coach Bruce Hanson, usually very cautious about such matters, is not in denial.

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The Madison Warhawks defeated the Marshall Statesmen, 15-13, in the opening game of the 2019 high-school football season for both teams and Aug. 30.

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With many returning starters and players back from a year ago, including No. 1 quarterback Cason Poythress, head coach Wayne Hogwood is highly optimistic the Wakefield Warriors have the potential to be considerably improved this fall.

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With a new head coach and many highly-productive starters having graduated, the prospects for another strong football season might seem in question for the two-time defending state champion Flint Hill Huskies.

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They’re ready. The players are in place, the plays are set and understood, special teams still need polishing, but the Washington-Liberty Generals are otherwise on track to begin the 2019 high-school football season and eager to improve on last fall’s 1-9 record.

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The Oakton Cougars opened their high-school football season with a 30-28 comeback win over the visiting Fairfax Rebels on Aug. 30.

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For the third year in a row, the high-school football season began the same way for two neighborhood rivals – the Madison Warhawks defeated the Marshall Statesmen.

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No more. By opening their football season with a 12-6 victory over the host Osbourn Park Yellow Jackets, the McLean Highlanders snapped a frustrating 21-game losing streak dating back to the final game of the 2016 campaign.

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As expected, the Langley Saxons ran the ball well in their season opener to the tune of 196 yards on the ground.

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Before a packed crowd dubbed "Red Nation," Patriot High School newcomer Tim Baldwin quickly made his presence known Thursday in the Pioneers’ season opener against visiting Riverbend.

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With key players returning from last season’s 6-3 football team that finished second in its conference and just missed the state playoffs, the Potomac School Panthers hope to continue that success.

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