Continuing their season-long trend of playing stingy defense, the host and top seed Madison Warhawks (7-0) defeated the fourth-seeded Wakefield Warriors, 28-7, in a 6D North Region Tournament semifinal high-school football game April 9.
The fourth-seeded Wakefield Warriors had success throwing the ball against the top-seed and host Madison Warhawks in a 6D North Region Tournament semifinal game April 9.
The visiting Osbourn Eagles defeated Forest Park 38-19 Friday in a "Plus-One" game" to secure the program's first winning record since 2011.
After a week that demanded the Patriot football team have their most concentrated practices of the season - in terms of time management as well as attention to detail - the Pioneers traveled across Prince William County to Gar-Field High School and ensured that their long week would not tran…
Second-seeded Massaponax scored three touchdowns in the first quarter off a fumble recovery and two rushes and never looked back in defeating third-seeded Battlefield Friday 56-15 in the Class 6 Region B semifinals.
The football teams have enjoyed their share of success in recent seasons, but while doing, so the Madison Warhawks and Wakefield Warriors have not met.
The Langley Saxons (2-4) defeated the visiting George Mason Mustangs, 19-6, in a non-district high-school football game April 1. Langley led 11-0 at halftime. The win broke a three-game losing streak.
Nate and Daniel Nemerow are the new head boys soccer and girls basketball coaches at Gainesville High School.
The Marshall Statesmen (4-2, 4-1) rallied from a 7-0 deficit to defeat the visiting Justice Wolves, 21-14, in a National District high-school football game on April 1.
With how the season developed, Bruce Hanson is now very happy the shortened six-game high-school football campaign was played after being postponed from the usual fall timeframe because of the pandemic.
Right from the start, when the McLean Highlanders lost a fumble on the opening kickoff that led to an opponents’ touchdown, things didn’t go well in their Liberty District high-school football game against the host Yorktown Patriots.
After a sloppy start and falling behind, the Madison Warhawks bounced back in strong fashion to defeat the visiting Centreville Wildcats, 22-7, April 1 in Concorde District high-school football action to cap an undefeated regular season with a 6-0 record.
GAR-FIELD 31, WOODBRIDGE 14: The host Indians clinched the No. 1 seed in the Class 6 Region B playoffs Friday with a Cardinal District win over Woodbridge.
An already shortened six-game high-school football season has ended with only four games played for the Washington-Liberty Generals, because of COVID issues.
Among Prince William County high school football teams, Gar-Field is the only lock as of now for a playoff berth.
Other than the obvious clash of uniforms and the elimination of special teams play, everything else that began at noon March 27 at the Potomac School in McLean in an impromptu replacement game was like an authentic varsity high-school football contest.
The Bishop O’Connell Knights evened their record at 1-1 wih a 25-14 road win over John Paul the Great the night of March 26 in private-school action in Prince William County. O’Connell fell behind 14-0 in the first quarter, then its defense stiffened the rest of the game.
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