Dan Forgas called it a tough message to send. But he had no other choice.
As more high schools deal with declining football participation numbers, Dan Moore sees eight-man football becoming more appealing.
Forest Park High School graduate Guy Myers signed Wednesday with the New Jersey Generals of the United States Football League.
Prior to accepting the job as the new McLean High School head football coach, Joe Cockerham held a variety of positions on different high school and college staffs.
For someone who has never previously been a high-school football head coach, Darrell Weeks’ vast and diversified experience in the sport certainly makes him qualified. Now his chance has come.
A number of players from Madison High School’s district and region-championship football team during the fall have made their decisions where they will be playing college football.
Three key senior members of the Liberty District-champion Yorktown High School team this past season will play Division III college football this coming fall.
Stonewall Jackson High School graduate Tim Settle will sign a two-year contract with the Buffalo Bills, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Twitter Monday evening.
A Washington Commanders football stadium complex in Northern Virginia could cost $3 billion, but it’s not the cost that’s causing problems in the General Assembly.
Two members of the 2021 region champion and state runner-up Madison High School football team will be among those recognized when the Northern Virginia Football Hall of Fame holds its 31st awards banquet Sunday, March 6 at the McLean Hilton Hotel.
One of the bills courting the Washington Commanders to build their new football stadium in Virginia has cleared its first hurdle.
By moving around on defense last season, Caleb Woodson became an all-state performer who impressed college recruiters enough to warrant four scholarship offers in January from Power Five programs.
By recording their best football season in program history this past fall, the Madison Warhawks’ efforts have been recognized with multiple individual all-state selections.
Once Pierce Banbury’s high-school football status became fairly quickly established as a starting offensive lineman for the Oakton Cougars, he naturally began looking ahead to the next level.
COLIN O’CONNOR: Great Falls resident Colin O’Connor played in four games during the football season for the U.S. Naval Academy team. The sophomore defensive back accounted for six tackles and two assists. He also was a special-teams player on kickoffs, kickoff return and punt teams.
For the second straight season, Osbourn graduate Kris Thornton was selected to the 2021 Virginia Sports Information Directors University Division All-State Football Team.
Langley High School graduate Tre Vasiliadis was a sophomore runningback during the fall for the Carnegie Mellon University football team. Vasiliadis rushed for 1,120 yards and ran for 16 touchdowns during the fall season. As a result, he was named a member of the 2021 D3football.com All-Amer…
A number of Bishop O’Connell High School athletes were chosen Division I all-state in their respective private-school sports as a result of performances during the fall season.
Battlefield High School graduate Josh King has been named the male recipient of the annual Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup presented by the Athletes for a Better World.
Oakton High School graduate Pierce Banbury was chosen as an All-East Coast Athletic Conference offensive lineman for his play during the 2021 season as a senior center and right guard for the U.S. Naval Academy football team.
Washington Football Team officials are meeting with Virginia legislators to consider potential locations for a new stadium, according to media reports and one local legislator.
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