Fresh off the practice field, Freedom coach Darryl Overton leans back in his office chair, reaches for a bottle of water, and asks for someone to toss him the remote that controls the large TV hanging on the wall.
Patriot senior wide receiver Tyler Settle was chosen to represent the United States U-18 National Team for International Bowl XI at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas in January.
Patriot High School sophomore Mason Balsis and Colgan freshman Brett Renfrow were two of 72 players selected to USA Baseball’s 2020 national team programming. The list was announced Tuesday night.
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.
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.
The Stonewall Jackson football team gathered at the 20-yard line after Friday night’s game at Gar-Field, took a knee, and awaited the arrival of head coach Carroll Walker.
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.
OSBOURN PARK 23, HERNDON 7: Devin Fleming ran for 124 yards and two touchdowns as the host Yellow Jackets (1-1) won their non-district game.
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.
Teamwork and toughness are two of the linchpins the Mountain View Wildcats program has subscribed to since head coach Lou Sorrentino was hired at the school in 2010.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Five big plays. Those are how many plays Hylton coach Tony Lilly told his team often make the difference between winning a football game and losing it.
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.
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.
The Eagles graduated the Cardinal District’s offensive and defensive players of the year in Tyquan Brown (ASA-Brooklyn) and Josh Fuga (Virginia Tech) as well as other key starters from a team that reached the Class 6 state final.
Skill kids and more skill kids. The Pioneers (7-4 overall, 4-0 in Cedar Run District in 2018) have them in abundance for first-year head coach Sean Finnerty.
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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