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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Inquisitive One ()
Date: December 14, 2013 07:30PM

Beamer Ball Wrote:
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> OS DT Andrew Brown is UVA-bound and National
> Gatorade Player of the Year.
>
> As a Hokie fan, I am loving it. Brown is not
> showing me anything. He has quit. Will be right
> at home at UVA.


Ouch! Nasty but oh so true!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Inquisitive One ()
Date: December 14, 2013 07:39PM

I know that it will kill Gerry Pannoni to hear this but I believe that CVille has Gerry Pannoni to thank for their state title. The scare that South County gave CVille made them aware that they could be beaten and the come back in the second half made them a much more poised team.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Trey Parker ()
Date: December 14, 2013 07:40PM

Where are all the CVille haters from down state now?

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Inquisitive One ()
Date: December 14, 2013 07:42PM

Scouting for new transfers!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: OFS best player... ()
Date: December 14, 2013 07:48PM

At the Glory Days where I watched the game they said C'ville assigned the task to Nickens-Yzer to shut down #4 and he delivered. XNY didn't get a lot of attention this year bc of cville's great defensive line and backers but he's a hell of a player...

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Football fever ()
Date: December 14, 2013 07:50PM

Inquisitive One Wrote:
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> I know that it will kill Gerry Pannoni to hear
> this but I believe that CVille has Gerry Pannoni
> to thank for their state title. The scare that
> South County gave CVille made them aware that they
> could be beaten and the come back in the second
> half made them a much more poised team.


I somewhat agree with you. I think that team was so confident, they were not all that concerned. That being said, it was still a wake up call for them

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Inquisitive One ()
Date: December 14, 2013 07:55PM

OS had 14 yards rushing and that is not a typo!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: HSFanNOVA ()
Date: December 14, 2013 08:04PM

Hats off to Centreville. They were the class of 2013 and deserved to win the State Championship. The Concord District is tough and they continue to show the other teams in NOVA that TEAMs win championships. Funny how teams with one or two very good players never seem to make it very far (ie. LB with their Classless coach who is a "Big Time" loser!). Those kids over at Centreville worked very hard and deserved what earned.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: chicken bone ()
Date: December 14, 2013 08:40PM

Smith's QB looked like he was on the C'ville payroll. 3 fumbles where he just dropped the ball without being hit. I know the ball was wet and he's a youngin, but dang he did everything he could to give the game away. And the way C-ville's defense was hawking the ball, OS couldn't afford mistakes. Instead, they had at least a dozen major mistakes. Great game by the Wildcats, just too much speed for OS.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: hsfballfan ()
Date: December 14, 2013 10:47PM

I might try to write a longer post later but right now all I can say is I am in awe of the performance put out there today by the Centreville Wildcats!

WAY TO GO WILDCATS, STATE CHAMPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: CV Fan ()
Date: December 14, 2013 10:49PM

Pure domination by CVHS. I was impressed from start to finish of the game as well as entire season. I knew early in the game that OS was in for a long day, when their frustration had them barking at each other. Even the coach of OS lost it with his players during his 2nd quarter timeout.

Brown (#65) and the DLine were shocked after the first CV drive and never really put up much of a fight after that. The pick 6 by #4 turned out to be a game sealer.

Non-NOVA Newspaper articles

http://www.dailypress.com/sports/highschool/dp-spt-state-football-20131214,0,3965631.story

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/12/14/4545728/centreville-tops-oscar-smith-for.html

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: 757 Media ()
Date: December 14, 2013 11:15PM


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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: VTboy ()
Date: December 14, 2013 11:16PM

My voice is hoarse, my hands and feet may not thaw out til Tuesday, but this here CVille fan is feeling great! Complete and utter domination against the #8 ranked team in the USA. Shows you those rankings are mostly hype and PR.

Looking forward to watching the "film" - I recorded the game on TV - but here's my observations:

- There was no doubt that the single biggest difference between these two teams was at the QB position. I said on an earlier post that Scotty would need the game of his life for CV to win. Well he did have the game of his life, though an avg game may have been enough. This was not going to be a throwing day for either team, but Walter's running ability clearly caught OS off guard.

- The 2nd biggest difference was coaching. OS had no idea how to stop CV's misdirection plays, and the OS playbook must be pretty thin because they run pretty basic stuff. Haddock clearly outcoached the OS staff.

- As "BeamerBall" wrote, Andrew Brown didn't do anything all game. I couldn't tell much there as far as if he was being double-teamed a lot or not. He outweighed everyone else on the field by seemingly 50 lbs. He looks very athletic, but that doesn't make him a football player.

- As great as Walter played, and clearly the game MVP, a case could be made for OS' Josh Sweat. Oh my goodness, was he awesome. And I mean awesome. He will be the one we will be hearing about the most in college, not Brown. Sweat is only a Jr, and doesn't get the pub that Brown or Bradshaw get, or even McClease, but I hope he follows Bradshaw and joins my beloved Hokies. Of course since he has offers from FL State and SEC schools, not sure he'll end up at VT. What a talent, what an athlete. If he can gain some weight in college then we may be watching him play on Sundays in a few years.

- The CV kid on these posts who said Charles Tutt was fine this week, well either was full of crap and not as connected as we thought, or else just hiding the secret. Tutt was pretty messed up after the Westfield game, and as recently as Wednesday could barely walk. He played sparingly today, thankfully they didn't need him much, since Bradshaw didn't have many balls his way with the rain and bad play of Mitchell. Tutt was more of a decoy today.

- Speaking of Mitchell - Freshman, big stage, big choke. I felt bad for him, clearly he was not ready. QB is the most important of any position in any sport, and you simply cannot win with bad QB play. (Unless you are Trent Dilfer of the Ravens.)

- McClease...overrated? Wow, for a kid with offers from several D1 schools...I just didn't see it. Maybe just great D by CV, but I expected more from the 150th ranked junior in the country.

- OS "other 18". Take away OS "big four"...there is not much left. Linebackers did nothing, OLine couldn't block, safety's weren't anywhere to be seen. As other posters have said, this OS team is not nearly the level of the 2011 team with all their D1 players like JC Coleman, Melvin Vaugn, etc.

- And I can't leave without a shout-out to Chad Wiggins. What a game, what a season. BTW, his transfer to CV from Freedom (I think) was no different than what Andrew Brown did, or Henderson for that matter, so stop the Andrew Brown hating. If a kid's family wants to move, whatever the reason, that's their choice. Period.

VTboy out...go Cats!!! Can't wait to watch the tape, and read the 757 newspaper links that you guys are posting!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Berdhuis ()
Date: December 15, 2013 12:17AM

Way to go Centreville! WOOF!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Beach Boy ()
Date: December 15, 2013 08:17AM

If the conditions were dryer yesterday, Oscar Smith would have won easily. No question. Smith was ranked 8th in the nation.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: nufan ()
Date: December 15, 2013 08:46AM

are you kidding me..just except the fact you got bitch slapped at UVA

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Da 757 sux ()
Date: December 15, 2013 08:49AM

Been waiting for you prima donna fans from the 757 to crawl out of your holes. Guess Smith cannot play except in perfect 70 degree weather? Face it you got bitch slapped yesterday and the 703 did the slapping. Over 300 yards on the ground against the all world defensive line. Are you kidding me, playing like that Oscar Smith would have been about 5th this year in the Concorde district in the 703.

Go back to your hole.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Eff ewe 757 ()
Date: December 15, 2013 08:50AM

Oscar Smith and the 757 - they are who we thought they were

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Learn how to spell Oscar Smith ()
Date: December 15, 2013 08:54AM

On the Oscar Smith pompous football only website it said that they were going to play Centerville this weekend in the finals. Learn how to spell you idiots, hell you played the same team two year ago.

CENTREVILLE

Or if you cannot spell remember numbers

35-6

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: cville dad ()
Date: December 15, 2013 09:32AM

If a frog had wings he would'nt bump his ass when he jumped!!!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: mysteriomaco ()
Date: December 15, 2013 12:41PM

Centreville kicked major ass yesterday, oh yeah baby!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: EasternVaFan ()
Date: December 15, 2013 01:25PM

Just got back from UVA. Bird's W: (1) open slither holes for #5 in 2nd half; and (2) in mid-Q3, takeaway lanes BW's QB was using to run and pass. Before that, #22 was rushing too far in and out; post-adjustment, no more O. CV's W: (1) congrats for reversing 2011 and beating a team going for its 3rd title in 6 years; (2) you showed you were more battle-tested, you won one-on-one match-ups at LOS and you forced a young QB into making bad reads and passes; (3) when it was "on" OS to respond after your 1st drive, you got a Pick 6; (4) your QB-good deception + scampered for yards in seams; (5) you again showed how tough it is to stay on top and why teams here command state-wide respect. Starting with Annandale in early 1990s, 6-7 schools here have titled in D6 and that excludes LB teams. Most years Concord champ brings it except in 2011 and in 2012 when Oakton had a great run but ran into then-D6 Bird that nobody could stop w/Robertson; (6) you beat every team you faced this year by a wide margin.

Having seen every title game since 2001, I think that Wildcat fans have a legit argument that no D6 team in the past decade played better on title day.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: weatherman ()
Date: December 15, 2013 01:55PM

Does anyone know if the Div 6 game will be replayed on TV? FIOS Channel?

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Conference 5 All Conference Team
Posted by: newgatedenizen ()
Date: December 15, 2013 04:01PM

Per today's Washington Post:


Offense

QB Scott Walter, Centreville, Sr.
RB A.J. Turner, Centreville, Jr.
RB Tyler Thrasher-Walker, Westfield, Sr.
RB Lamik Bumbrey, Herndon, So.
TE David Liddle, Centreville, Jr.
WR Charles Tutt, Centreville, Jr.
WR Raeshawn Smith, Chantilly, Sr.
WR Conner Johnson, Herndon, Jr.
WR Devon Burns, Westfield, Sr.
C Josh Smith, Centreville, Sr.
OT Brandon King, Centreville, Sr.
OT John Ohanian, Westfield, Sr.
OL Kainoa O’Connor, Centreville, Jr.
OL Aiden Elkhatib, Robinson, Sr.
KR A.J. Turner, Centreville, Jr.
K Eric Rondeau, Centreville, Jr.
Offensive Player of the Year :
QB Scott Walter, Centreville, Sr.

Defense

DE Jordan Brooks, Centreville, Jr.
DE Miles Lindsey, Oakton, Sr.
DL Jake Pinkston, Robinson, Sr.
DL Chase Koon, Westfield, Sr.
DL Joe Cellini, Oakton, Sr.
LB Chad Wiggins, Centreville, Sr.
LB Tyler Love, Centreville, Jr.
LB Bobby Lam, Oakton, Sr.
LB Connor Rogers, Westfield, Sr.
DB Charles Tutt, Centreville, Jr.
DB A.J. Turner, Centreville, Jr.
DB Raeshawn Smith, Chantilly, Sr.
DB James Gibson, Westfield, Jr.
P Drew Magnusson, Westfield, Sr.
PR Raeshawn Smith, Chantilly, Sr.
Defensive Player of the Year:
LB Chad Wiggins, Centreville, Sr.

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Conference 6 All Conference Team
Posted by: newgatedenizen ()
Date: December 15, 2013 04:02PM

Offense

QB Sam Appel, Washington-Lee, Sr.
RB Nick Scott, Fairfax, Sr.
RB M.J. Stewart, Yorktown, Sr.
RB Tyler West, Langley, Jr.
TE Phillip Antypass, Langley, Sr.
WR Garret Collier, Langley, Sr.
WR Austin Denham, Langley, Sr.
WR Khayri Denny, South Lakes, Sr.
WR Trevor McManus, Washington-Lee, Sr.
C Alex Kolecik, Langley, Sr.
OT Mateo Rul, South Lakes, Jr.
OT Teday Schroeder, Yorktown, Sr.
OL Brooks Norris, Langley, Sr.
OL Christian Raveling, McLean, Sr.
K Charlie Wall, Yorktown, Sr.
KR Garret Collier, Langley, Sr.
ATH Jabril Cartier, Fairfax, Sr.
Offensive Player of the Year :
QB M.J. Stewart, Yorktown, Sr.

Defense

DE Troy Spring, Fairfax, Sr.
DE Ethan Clark, South Lakes, Sr.
DL Naquan Powell, Hayfield, Jr.
DL Brooks Norris, Langley, Sr.
DL Peter Griffin, Washington-Lee, Sr.
LB Max Kavalijian, Fairfax, Sr.
LB George Asante, Hayfield, Sr.
LB Gabe Sutherland, McLean, Sr.
LB Aaron Patron, Washington-Lee, Sr.
DB Mileek Burns, Fairfax, Jr.
DB Akram Gibreel, South Lakes, Sr.
DB Noah Harrington, Washington-Lee, Sr.
DB M.J. Stewart, Yorktown, Sr.
PR Garret Collier, Langley, Sr.
P Joe Rice, Fairfax, Sr.
Defensive Player of the Year:
DE Ethan Clark, South Lakes, Sr.

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Re: Conference 7 All Conference Team
Posted by: newgatedenizen ()
Date: December 15, 2013 04:03PM

Offense

QB Caleb Henderson, Lake Braddock, Sr.
RB Trevor O’Brien, Lake Braddock, Sr.
RB LeVaughn Davis, South County, Sr.
RB Malik Carney, T.C. Williams, Sr.
TE Ryan Antonellis, Lake Braddock, Sr.
WR Vince Sica, Lake Braddock, Sr.
WR A.J. Alexander, Lake Braddock, Jr.
WR Kevin Quigley, South County, Jr.
WR Jimmy McLaughlin, W.T. Woodson, Sr.
C Randy Bills, Lake Braddock, Jr.
OT Michael Wold, Lake Braddock, Sr.
OT Kidus Woldeyes, South County, Sr.
OL Reece Burnett, Lake Braddock, Sr.
OL Mike Peterson, South County, Sr.
KR Demornay Pierson-El, West Potomac, Sr.
K Cory Huddleston, Lake Braddock, Sr.
ATH David Symmes, South County, Sr.
Offensive Player of the Year :
QB Caleb Henderson, Lake Braddock, Sr.

Defense

DE Dwight Lomax, Lake Braddock, Sr.
DE Bryce Nalls, South County, Jr.
DL Reece Burnett, Lake Braddock, Sr.
DL Jordan Louis-Charles, South County, Sr.
DL Jeremiah Clarke, T.C. Williams, Sr.
LB Kevin Hankton, Lake Braddock, Sr.
LB Mikail Vinson, South County, Sr.
LB Malik Carney, T.C. Williams, Sr.
LB Darien Pickett, West Potomac, Sr.
LB A.J. Alexander, Lake Braddock, Jr.
DB Tim Coulter, Lake Braddock, Sr.
DB Dejoun Lee, Lake Braddock, Jr.
DB Demornay Pierson-El, West Potomac, Sr.
PR Demornay Pierson-El, West Potomac, Sr.
P Preston Pennell, West Springfield, sr.
Defensive Player of the Year:
DB A.J. Alexander, Lake Braddock, Jr.
Coach of the Year :
James Poythress, Lake Braddock

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Peyton Manning's Forehead ()
Date: December 15, 2013 04:42PM

well boys, its been a year and a week since i started this thread, the only real comment i enjoyed was about the Maryland and northern region teams combining. the rest of you i just laughed at. i enjoyed knowing i started a thread where people argued about trivial matters and over complicate a competitive competition of young students.



i did it for the fame. 70,000 views. peace

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Hey Forehead ()
Date: December 15, 2013 04:46PM

You sound like a dick....

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: I agree ()
Date: December 15, 2013 04:48PM

Anybody can start a thread, do not think you are too famous....in fact I am going to have my second grader start a thread now and call it Forehead is an Ass

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Go back in your hole ()
Date: December 15, 2013 04:51PM

Go back in your hole Forehead

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: OneSBFan ()
Date: December 15, 2013 05:39PM

Peyton Manning's Forehead Wrote:
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> well boys, its been a year and a week since i
> started this thread, the only real comment i
> enjoyed was about the Maryland and northern region
> teams combining. the rest of you i just laughed
> at. i enjoyed knowing i started a thread where
> people argued about trivial matters and over
> complicate a competitive competition of young
> students.
>
>
>
> i did it for the fame. 70,000 views. peace
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Don't call us "boys," Pencil D-ck. I'm female and am laughing at you for starting a thread you couldn't keep up with bc you know so little about anything but Peyton's body part. You did it for the "fame," you claim? Talk about trivial.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Underrated! ()
Date: December 16, 2013 11:03AM

Congrats to the WILDCATS! They are the most underrated football team in the country. How is it that there is only one player on the whole team with ONLY one major D1 offer (AJ Turner, South Carolina)? And there is only one player on the whole team who is nationally ranked (Xavier Nickens-Yzer, 3-star). Why no love for Walters, Tutt, Boose, Wiggins, Love and others who have been performing lights out all season long???

Meanwhile, the team that Centreville just embarrassed have 17 players who are being recruited by major D1 schools. From what I saw on Saturday, it should be the other way around.

What gives?

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: hey rube ()
Date: December 16, 2013 02:49PM

Re: "What gives?"

Same reason that USA Today has Oscar Smith ranked #8 in the country. It's the 757 Myth. Heavily biased by past perception and hype. Based on the CVHS games I witnessed this season, Oscar Smith is at best, the same caliber as Westfield or South County. The beating they received in Charlottesville was so humiliating, that I felt sympathy for them. At halftime, OS players and coaches on the sidelines started toward the locker room with time left on the clock, leaving teammates on the field. The offense took a knee on the last play before the half. Pathetic.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: not even ()
Date: December 16, 2013 06:34PM

hey rube Wrote:
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> Re: "What gives?"
>
> Same reason that USA Today has Oscar Smith ranked
> #8 in the country. It's the 757 Myth. Heavily
> biased by past perception and hype. Based on the
> CVHS games I witnessed this season, Oscar Smith is
> at best, the same caliber as Westfield or South
> County. The beating they received in
> Charlottesville was so humiliating, that I felt
> sympathy for them. At halftime, OS players and
> coaches on the sidelines started toward the locker
> room with time left on the clock, leaving
> teammates on the field. The offense took a knee on
> the last play before the half. Pathetic.

OS didn't even look as good as either Westfield or South County. These teams (esp. South County) scored some points on Centreville and at least threatened them. The championship game was just a total beat down by Centreville on a way overrated team with some overrated players.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Coach Fairfax ()
Date: December 16, 2013 06:57PM

Fan Wrote:
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> Coach Fairfax,
>
> Oh, and in case I didn’t get my point across,
> listing the 4 players i thought had every right to
> be on the list is not embarrassing anyone of the
> players who made it. What would be embarrassing
> would have been me naming a particular player on
> the list and saying he doesn't belong. If you
> don't know the difference then I truly feel sorry
> for you.
>
> Once again, this thread is so people may voice
> they’re opinions and whatever inside knowledge
> others might not possess. If you don’t agree
> then that’s absolutely fine, but state your case
> in a well thought, well constructed response,
> anything else only diminishes your point.


You make my point for me by not saying who you would replace on the Coaches list. I am sorry your son did not make the All Region team, maybe he should have and somehow he was overlooked. BUT i don't think that is the case, look on this list and tell me how any of the kids you list are better than the other players at the same position? And please show your work (stats.. Etc.)







Offensive Player of the Year: Caleb Henderson, Senior, Quarterback, Lake Braddock

Defensive Player of the Year: Chad Wiggins, Senior, Linebacker, Centreville

First-Team Offense

Josh Smith, Senior, Center, Centreville
Kainoa O’Conner, Junior, Offensive Line, Centreville
Brooks Norris, Senior, Offensive Line, Langley
Reece Burnett, Senior, Offensive Line, Lake Braddock
Kidus Woldeyes, Senior, Offensive Line, South County
AJ Turner, Junior, Running Back, Centreville
MJ Stewart, Senior, Running Back, Yorktown
Nick Scott, Senior, Running Back, Fairfax
Charles Tutt, Junior, Wideout, Centreville
AJ Alexander, Junior, Wideout, Lake Braddock
Quinton Reynolds, Senior, Wideout, Patriot
Caleb Henderson, Senior, Quarterback, Lake Braddock
AJ Turner, Junior, Kick Returner, Centreville
Cory Huddleston, Senior, Place Kicker, Lake Braddock
Greg Stroman, O-Utility/Athlete Player, Senior, Stonewall Jackson


First-Team Defense

Jordan Brooks, Junior, Defensive Line, Centreville
Jake Pinkston, Senior, Defensive Line, Robinson
Tim Settle, Junior, Defensive Line, Stonewall Jackson
Jeremiah Clark, Senior, Defensive Line, T.C. Williams
Chad Wiggins, Senior, Linebacker, Centreville
Tyler Love, Junior, Linebacker, Centreville
Malik Carney, Senior, Linebacker, T.C. Williams
Mikail Vinson, Senior, Linebacker, South County
AJ Turner, Junior, Defensive Back, Centreville
AJ Alexander, Junior, Defensive Back, Lake Braddock
MJ Stewart, Senior, Defensive Back, Yorktown
Charles Tutt, Junior, Defensive Back, Centreville
Raeshawn Smith, Senior, Punt Returner, Chantilly
John Magnusson, Senior, Punter, Westfield
Demornay Pierson-El, Senior, D-Utility/Athlete Player, West Potomac

Second-Team Offense

Alex Kolencik, Senior, Center, Langley
Brandon King, Senior, Offensive Line, Centreville
Aiden Elkhatib, Senior, Offensive Line, Robinson
Mike Peterson, Senior, Offensive Line, South County
Diandre Stubbs, Senior, Offensive Line, Stonewall Jackson
Trevor O’Brien, Senior, Running Back, Lake Braddock
Levaughn Davis, Senior, Running Back, South County
Tyler Thrasher-Walker, Senior, Running Back, Westfield
Malik Carney, Senior, Running Back, T.C. Williams
Nick Ferrari-Smith, Senior, Running Back, Patriot
Reggie Floyd, Sophomore, Running Back, Stonewall Jackson
Raeshawn Smith, Senior, Wideout, Chantilly
Garrett Collier, Senior, Wideout, Langley
Devon Burns, Senior, Wideout, Westfield
Scott Walter, Senior, Quarterback, Centreville
Greg Stroman, Senior, Quarterback, Stonewall Jackson
Demornay Pierson-El, Senior, Kick Returner, West Potomac
Eric Rondeau, Junior, Place Kicker, Centreville

Second-Team Defense

Reece Burnett, Senior, Defensive Line, Lake Braddock
Ethan Clark, Senior, Defensive Line, South Lakes
Diandre Stubbs, Senior, Defensive Line, Stonewall Jackson
Chase Koon, Senior, Defensive Line, Westfield
Kevin Hankton, Senior, Linebacker, Lake Braddock
George Asante, Senior, Linebacker, Hayfield
Jamel Jimmerson, Senior, Linebacker, Stonewall Jackson
Chase Richardson, Senior, Linebacker, Battlefield
James Gibson, Junior, Defensive Back, Westfield
Demornay Pierson-El, Senior, Defensive Back, West Potomac
Mileek Burns, Junior, Defensive Back, Fairfax
Corey Parker, Junior, Defensive Back, Battlefield
Garrett Collier, Senior, Punt Returner, Langley
Joe Rice, Senior, Punter, Fairfax

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Oakton fan ()
Date: December 16, 2013 08:41PM

I know they were not a great team this year, but Miles Lidnsey DE from Oakton should be on this list. 10 sacks, over 15 tackles for loss and was second on the team in total tackles. He was unanimous 1st team in the district. If the Concorde coaches think that much of you how don't you even make 2nd team? Seems fishy. Was there a new format for voting?

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Coach ()
Date: December 16, 2013 08:52PM

Who would he replace? They only selected 4 defensive lineman per team. The DL on that list are deserving!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: dbfromnva ()
Date: December 16, 2013 10:14PM

Centreville makes USA Today top 25 at #15:

http://www.usatodayhss.com/rankings/

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: nat4lee ()
Date: December 16, 2013 10:17PM

dbfromnva Wrote:
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> Centreville makes USA Today top 25 at #15:
>
> http://www.usatodayhss.com/rankings/


So now "they" in the media are finally going to show the Wildcats a little respect... took long enough. Let's see about next year.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: OneSBFan ()
Date: December 16, 2013 11:20PM

not even Wrote:
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> hey rube Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Re: "What gives?"
> >
> > Same reason that USA Today has Oscar Smith
> ranked
> > #8 in the country. It's the 757 Myth. Heavily
> > biased by past perception and hype. Based on
> the
> > CVHS games I witnessed this season, Oscar Smith
> is
> > at best, the same caliber as Westfield or South
> > County. The beating they received in
> > Charlottesville was so humiliating, that I felt
> > sympathy for them. At halftime, OS players and
> > coaches on the sidelines started toward the
> locker
> > room with time left on the clock, leaving
> > teammates on the field. The offense took a knee
> on
> > the last play before the half. Pathetic.
>
> OS didn't even look as good as either Westfield or
> South County. These teams (esp. South County)
> scored some points on Centreville and at least
> threatened them. The championship game was just a
> total beat down by Centreville on a way overrated
> team with some overrated players.

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757 myth? OS was going for its 3rd D6 title in 6 years plus the 757 has won 7 of the past 9 D5 titles. This year, SoCo got beat by Chantilly and by CV 27-0 in Q4. Two ago OS crushed CV--so let's appreciate the rivalry. Did u notice how many young players played for OS? OS this year reminded me last year's CV that struggled to beat Hayfield in OT and Mt Vernon. CV gets all the credit this year. SoCo's had a great O this year but its program is not yet in same level as OS from year to year.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: OneSBFan ()
Date: December 16, 2013 11:24PM

dbfromnva Wrote:
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> Centreville makes USA Today top 25 at #15:
>
> http://www.usatodayhss.com/rankings/

Well deserved and congrats for bring ranked #1 in WaPo, too!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: OneSBFan ()
Date: December 16, 2013 11:45PM

hey rube Wrote:
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> Re: "What gives?"
>
> Same reason that USA Today has Oscar Smith ranked
> #8 in the country. It's the 757 Myth. Heavily
> biased by past perception and hype. Based on the
> CVHS games I witnessed this season, Oscar Smith is
> at best, the same caliber as Westfield or South
> County. The beating they received in
> Charlottesville was so humiliating, that I felt
> sympathy for them. At halftime, OS players and
> coaches on the sidelines started toward the locker
> room with time left on the clock, leaving
> teammates on the field. The offense took a knee on
> the last play before the half. Pathetic.

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This year, CV was SO much better than OS but I would not disparage OS's program; it's the only team in VA to win 2 D6 titles in the past 6 years. Played a ton of young players Sat, including a fr on D. I was there in 2011 too. Smith's QB this year stunk on Sat--CV gets much credit for that but he missed some easy throws and made a big mistake on the pick 6 on Smith's first drive. The contrast between his play and CV's QB was stark; #5 for CV excelled--great game for him on the big stage. I can't think of one phase that CV did not win on Sat--but the reverse was true just 2 years ago. Am hooping we are seeing a rivalry coming!



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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: EasternVaFan ()
Date: December 17, 2013 12:18AM

It's great to see this year's CV team getting its due in nat'l and local rankings. This team beat every team it faced by at least 20 points. Considering it plays in Concord, that's a feat. The big win at UVA Sat also tells you how good this team is, taking down a team that was going for its 3rd D6 in 6 years. I have seen every D6 title game since 2001 and can tell you that no team during that time played a better title game than CV did Sat. CV went 8-4 in 2012 and struggled to beat MTV, Hayfield (OT) and put 14 on Herndon. That it could dominate the state 1 year later says volumes about the players, coaches and community at CV. Congrats to them all.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Fan ()
Date: December 17, 2013 05:15AM

C'ville deserves a ton of credit. The only other game that could/should be considered a bigger upset in a state title game was Oakton beating Landstown and Percy Harvin in 2005. Oakton had zero chance going in that game and ended up taking a 28 to 0 lead into the 4Q and finished the game 28 to 7. It was a hell of a game.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: VTboy ()
Date: December 17, 2013 08:18AM

Underrated! Wrote:
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> Congrats to the WILDCATS! They are the most
> underrated football team in the country. How is it
> that there is only one player on the whole team
> with ONLY one major D1 offer (AJ Turner, South
> Carolina)? And there is only one player on the
> whole team who is nationally ranked (Xavier
> Nickens-Yzer, 3-star). Why no love for Walters,
> Tutt, Boose, Wiggins, Love and others who have
> been performing lights out all season long???
>
> Meanwhile, the team that Centreville just
> embarrassed have 17 players who are being
> recruited by major D1 schools. From what I saw on
> Saturday, it should be the other way around.
>
> What gives?

Charles Tutt is getting a lot of interest. It's too bad he was hurt for the Championship game against OS and wasn't much more than a decoy. The scouts there didn't get to see the real Tutt. Also with the rain there wasn't much of a passing attack by OS anyway. I was looking forward to seeing him match up against Bradshaw, but didn't happen between injury and rain. Believe me he will get interest next year. He is pretty thin so hopefully he will put on some weight before next year.

As good as Walter is in football, he is better in baseball and I hear that is what he wants to play in college. He probably has a better long-term future there as well.

Hard to believe OS has 17 players being recruited...

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: hey rube ()
Date: December 17, 2013 08:25AM

Last comments about Oscar Smith. Did anyone notice how they crashed in when CV lined up to take a knee in the closing seconds? It happened twice and CV resorted to taking delay of game penalties to sidestep OS's poor sportsmanship. And at closing, when the players file by and pay respect for their opponents, a *lot* of the OS players walked several feet away from the CV line and refused to even make eye contact. OS will not be great (again) until the coaches restore the teams' character.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: VTboy ()
Date: December 17, 2013 08:27AM

hey rube Wrote:
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> Re: "What gives?"
>
> Same reason that USA Today has Oscar Smith ranked
> #8 in the country. It's the 757 Myth. Heavily
> biased by past perception and hype. Based on the
> CVHS games I witnessed this season, Oscar Smith is
> at best, the same caliber as Westfield or South
> County. The beating they received in
> Charlottesville was so humiliating, that I felt
> sympathy for them. At halftime, OS players and
> coaches on the sidelines started toward the locker
> room with time left on the clock, leaving
> teammates on the field. The offense took a knee on
> the last play before the half. Pathetic.

Did you hear what OS lame-ass coach Richard Morgan said? "We picked a bad day for a lot of people to not have very good games.” How about instead "I was a horrible coach today, I did not have my team ready and my offense game plan sucked".

He shouldn't have blamed it on his kids, even if they were overrated.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: VTboy ()
Date: December 17, 2013 08:33AM

hey rube Wrote:
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> Last comments about Oscar Smith. Did anyone notice
> how they crashed in when CV lined up to take a
> knee in the closing seconds? It happened twice and
> CV resorted to taking delay of game penalties to
> sidestep OS's poor sportsmanship. And at closing,
> when the players file by and pay respect for their
> opponents, a *lot* of the OS players walked
> several feet away from the CV line and refused to
> even make eye contact. OS will not be great
> (again) until the coaches restore the teams'
> character.

Yep I was there and noticed. Did you also notice Bradshaw and a CV coach jawing at each other the last few minutes? Though at the end of the game they hugged so I give Bradshaw credit for staying classy...he's going to be a Hokie so he's off to a good start.

I was waiting for a fight to break out at the end, like in the game last year between Bird and OLakes. Never happened thankfully.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: EasternVaFan ()
Date: December 17, 2013 03:14PM

Fan Wrote:
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> C'ville deserves a ton of credit. The only other
> game that could/should be considered a bigger
> upset in a state title game was Oakton beating
> Landstown and Percy Harvin in 2005. Oakton had
> zero chance going in that game and ended up taking
> a 28 to 0 lead into the 4Q and finished the game
> 28 to 7. It was a hell of a game.
-----------
You make a great point about that 2005 upset. Although Landstown 2005 was not as good as its 2004 title team, it was a heavy favorite over Oakton. Great point and another example of how tough it is to stay on top in D6.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: nohomobro ()
Date: December 17, 2013 06:47PM

So, Trey Ramsey anyone?

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Curiousaf ()
Date: December 18, 2013 12:19PM

Could Centreville (2013) beat Westfield's 2007 team with Mike Glennon?

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: ConcordeWatcher ()
Date: December 18, 2013 12:21PM

Good to see the Concorde take home the State Title. Top to bottom (well, maybe not bottom/Herndon), they prove year in and year out they have the most quality depth in the State. I thought Westfield would give C'Ville a closer match in the Northern final, but they did not have quality QB play. I think if they had a QB like #17 on last years team, it would be a much better matchup. THat said, C'ville seemed to dominate the line of scrimmage so may not have mattered.

Congrats Wildcats, thanks for bringing the title back to NOVA!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Nova fall fan ()
Date: December 19, 2013 12:29PM

Curiousaf Wrote:
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> Could Centreville (2013) beat Westfield's 2007
> team with Mike Glennon?


Of course they could. This years Centreville team is loaded at every position, that Westfield team was awesome, but not as athletic across the board like Centreville 2013. Makes for a great debate over a beer with High School football fans.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: RVA is where Football is at ()
Date: December 19, 2013 12:38PM

Group 5A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L.C. Bird


GO LC Bird... Richmond, VA STATE CHAMPIONS

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: ConcordeWatcher ()
Date: December 19, 2013 02:25PM

Nova fall fan Wrote:
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> Curiousaf Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Could Centreville (2013) beat Westfield's 2007
> > team with Mike Glennon?
>
>
> Of course they could. This years Centreville team
> is loaded at every position, that Westfield team
> was awesome, but not as athletic across the board
> like Centreville 2013. Makes for a great debate
> over a beer with High School football fans.

NOT SO FAST! Like the 2011 and 2012 version, these would be very close games, as the QB was the missing link at WHS this year and not in previous years (especially 2007....an NFL caliber QB makes up for alot). Not saying Centreville wouldnt beat these teams, but it would be a far shot from a shoe in. They would be very close games with a lot of good players on both sides of the ball. And yes, a would be a good debate over a beer because we will never ever know.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: KeepitReal ()
Date: December 19, 2013 04:37PM

There's no way this year Cville team could beat Westfields team of 07. There were better athletes in the area then and not just on WF.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: AL Bundy ()
Date: December 19, 2013 04:43PM

Grow the fuck up. Stop living through your kids or past high school sports glory days..


FUCKING LOSERS

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: novafb ()
Date: December 19, 2013 04:52PM

The best football team of all time in NOVA was probably the 1978 Annandale team. They ended up undefeated and #1 ranked nationally after defeating Highland Springs in the state championship.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjadA8V6acs

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Novafan ()
Date: December 20, 2013 09:13AM

novafb Wrote:
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> The best football team of all time in NOVA was
> probably the 1978 Annandale team. They ended up
> undefeated and #1 ranked nationally after
> defeating Highland Springs in the state
> championship.
>
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjadA8V6acs


Great to see this old film and Annandale used to have great teams, this one being one of their best. They would rank right up their with the Westfield 07 team. The differences are the domination by this years Centreville team over EVERY team they played, winning EVERY game by a minimum of 20 points. Neither of these other teams was able to do that.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: ConcordeWatcher ()
Date: December 20, 2013 10:05AM

Novafan Wrote:
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> novafb Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > The best football team of all time in NOVA was
> > probably the 1978 Annandale team. They ended
> up
> > undefeated and #1 ranked nationally after
> > defeating Highland Springs in the state
> > championship.
> >
> > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjadA8V6acs
>
>
> Great to see this old film and Annandale used to
> have great teams, this one being one of their
> best. They would rank right up their with the
> Westfield 07 team. The differences are the
> domination by this years Centreville team over
> EVERY team they played, winning EVERY game by a
> minimum of 20 points. Neither of these other teams
> was able to do that.

Why no love for the Westfield '03 team with Glennon I, Royster and Royal?? THat's gotta be way up there.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: KeepitReal ()
Date: December 20, 2013 10:27AM

ConcordeWatcher Wrote:
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> Novafan Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > novafb Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > The best football team of all time in NOVA
> was
> > > probably the 1978 Annandale team. They ended
> > up
> > > undefeated and #1 ranked nationally after
> > > defeating Highland Springs in the state
> > > championship.
> > >
> > > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjadA8V6acs
> >
> >
> > Great to see this old film and Annandale used
> to
> > have great teams, this one being one of their
> > best. They would rank right up their with the
> > Westfield 07 team. The differences are the
> > domination by this years Centreville team over
> > EVERY team they played, winning EVERY game by a
> > minimum of 20 points. Neither of these other
> teams
> > was able to do that.
>
> Why no love for the Westfield '03 team with
> Glennon I, Royster and Royal?? THat's gotta be
> way up there.


Robinson's 97 team and 01 team

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: ?? ()
Date: December 20, 2013 10:33AM

Is 20 PTs considered 3 tds?

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Jay Info ()
Date: December 20, 2013 03:36PM

Actually, 20 points is more than 3 tds. 3 tds is 18 points (each td is worth 6 points).

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Fall fan ()
Date: December 20, 2013 09:54PM

ConcordeWatcher Wrote:
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> Novafan Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > novafb Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > The best football team of all time in NOVA
> was
> > > probably the 1978 Annandale team. They ended
> > up
> > > undefeated and #1 ranked nationally after
> > > defeating Highland Springs in the state
> > > championship.
> > >
> > > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjadA8V6acs
> >
> >
> > Great to see this old film and Annandale used
> to
> > have great teams, this one being one of their
> > best. They would rank right up their with the
> > Westfield 07 team. The differences are the
> > domination by this years Centreville team over
> > EVERY team they played, winning EVERY game by a
> > minimum of 20 points. Neither of these other
> teams
> > was able to do that.
>
> Why no love for the Westfield '03 team with
> Glennon I, Royster and Royal?? THat's gotta be
> way up there.

You just named all the players! Who else they got? Not even close to this years Centreville 2013 team.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: newgatedenizen ()
Date: December 20, 2013 10:14PM

Fall fan Wrote:
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> > Why no love for the Westfield '03 team with
> > Glennon I, Royster and Royal?? THat's gotta be
> > way up there.
>
> You just named all the players! Who else they
> got? Not even close to this years Centreville
> 2013 team.


Are you kidding? Louis Corum (LB) and Mitch Maines (OL) were also All-Met that played on that 03 team.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: NoVA Football ()
Date: December 24, 2013 11:09AM

newgatedenizen Wrote:
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> Fall fan Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > > Why no love for the Westfield '03 team with
> > > Glennon I, Royster and Royal?? THat's gotta
> be
> > > way up there.
> >
> > You just named all the players! Who else they
> > got? Not even close to this years Centreville
> > 2013 team.
>
>
> Are you kidding? Louis Corum (LB) and Mitch
> Maines (OL) were also All-Met that played on that
> 03 team.




Sorry Mr. Maines your son was not All Met in 2003. Below is the 2013 Centreville Wildcats that made ALL Met, and other All District and Sectional Teams


LB. Tyler Love, Centreville, Jr. (HM)
QB, Scott Walter, Centreville, Sr. (HM)
OL, Kainoa O'Connor, Centreville, Jr. (HM)
OL, Josh Smith, Centreville, Sr. (HM)
DB, Charles Tutt, Centreville, Jr. (2nd)
LB, Chad Wiggins, Centreville, Sr. (1st)
KR, AJ Turner, Centreville, Jr. (1st)


Centreville Wildcats that were 1st team All Concorde & Players of the Year

Offense

QB Scott Walter, Centreville, Sr.
RB A.J. Turner, Centreville, Jr.
TE David Liddle, Centreville, Jr.
WR Charles Tutt, Centreville, Jr.
C Josh Smith, Centreville, Sr.
OT Brandon King, Centreville, Sr.
OL Kainoa O’Connor, Centreville, Jr.
KR A.J. Turner, Centreville, Jr.
K Eric Rondeau, Centreville, Jr.

Offensive Player of the Year :
QB Scott Walter, Centreville, Sr.

Defense

DE Jordan Brooks, Centreville, Jr.
LB Chad Wiggins, Centreville, Sr.
LB Tyler Love, Centreville, Jr.
DB Charles Tutt, Centreville, Jr.
DB A.J. Turner, Centreville, Jr.

Defensive Player of the Year:
LB Chad Wiggins, Centreville, Sr.


Centreville Wildcats who were All Northern Sectional & Player of the Year


Defensive Player of the Year: Chad Wiggins, Senior, Linebacker, Centreville

First-Team Offense

Josh Smith, Senior, Center, Centreville
Kainoa O’Conner, Junior, Offensive Line, Centreville
AJ Turner, Junior, Running Back, Centreville
Charles Tutt, Junior, Wideout, Centreville
AJ Turner, Junior, Kick Returner, Centreville


First-Team Defense

Jordan Brooks, Junior, Defensive Line, Centreville
Chad Wiggins, Senior, Linebacker, Centreville
Tyler Love, Junior, Linebacker, Centreville
AJ Turner, Junior, Defensive Back, Centreville
Charles Tutt, Junior, Defensive Back, Centreville


Second-Team Offense

Brandon King, Senior, Offensive Line, Centreville
Scott Walter, Senior, Quarterback, Centreville
Eric Rondeau, Junior, Place Kicker, Centreville

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Conference 13 All Conference Team
Posted by: Fred ()
Date: December 26, 2013 12:01PM

Offense

QB Harrison Dandridge, Edison, Sr.
QB Adam Murray, Lee, Sr.
RB Deion Dupont, Falls Church, Sr.
RB Nathan Kim, Jefferson, Sr.
RB Michael Jolly, Lee, Sr.
RB Carlton Griffith, Mount Vernon, Sr..
WR Ricky Todd, Edison, Sr.
WR Jordan Coneys, Falls Church, Sr.
WR Connor Schoske, Lee, Sr.
TE Tim Garner, Marshall, Sr
C Alex Ramos, Edison, Sr.
C Kendall Trautz, Fall Church, Jr.
OG Brian Welch, Jefferson, Sr.
OG David Benford, Wakefield, Sr.
OT David Beinhart, Edison, Sr.
OT Robby Baird, Edison, Sr.
KR Moses Kamara, Edison, So.
ATH Moses Kamara, Edison, So.
Offensive Player of the Year :
WR Jordan Coneys, Falls Church, Sr.

Defense

DE Fabrice Mulamba, Falls Church, Sr.
DE Kia Eskandarian, Jefferson, Sr.
DT Robby Baird, Edison, Sr.
DT Christian Orellana, Stuart, Jr.
LB Steven Ratliff, Edison, Jr.
LB Daniel Diaz, Falls Church, Jr.
LB Daven Kim, Jefferson, Sr.
LB Eric Ghanem, Lee, Sr.
DB Damien Jones, Edison, Jr.
DB William Meija, Falls Church, Jr.
DB Nathan Kim, Jefferson, Sr.
DB Jonathan Walters, Lee, Jr.
PR Michael Jolly, Lee, Sr.
P Tim Garner, Marshall, Sr
Defensive Player of the Year:
LB Daven Kim, Jefferson, Sr

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: RydellRoad ()
Date: December 26, 2013 12:35PM

NoVA Football Wrote:
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> Sorry Mr. Maines your son was not All Met in 2003.

You are splitting hairs - he was All Met the following year in 2004.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Bwaaaaaaaa ()
Date: December 26, 2013 02:34PM

That Conference 13 All Conference Team is an absolute joke - no offense intended.

They let Stone Bridge schedule all of the teams in that Conference, then placed them out in Loudoun for Conference 14 All-Conference teams.

Stone Bridge was down this year, but lets remember that they still almost beat Braddock.

Stone Bridge beats this All Conference team by 21 points!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: NoVa Football ()
Date: December 27, 2013 12:02AM

RydellRoad Wrote:
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> NoVA Football Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
>
> > Sorry Mr. Maines your son was not All Met in
> 2003.
>
> You are splitting hairs - he was All Met the
> following year in 2004.


Was he All Met in 2003? It's a simple question with a simple answer..... NO!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: BWoods ()
Date: December 27, 2013 12:17AM

Bwaaaaaaaa Wrote:
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> That Conference 13 All Conference Team is an
> absolute joke - no offense intended.
>
> They let Stone Bridge schedule all of the teams in
> that Conference, then placed them out in Loudoun
> for Conference 14 All-Conference teams.
>
> Stone Bridge was down this year, but lets remember
> that they still almost beat Braddock.
>
> Stone Bridge beats this All Conference team by 21
> points!


What the Hell are you talking about and who the hell gives a shit about Stone Bridge? They are done!

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: greg ()
Date: December 28, 2013 05:08PM

Can someone please post the 5A north 1st and 2nd all region teams?

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Cvillebacker ()
Date: December 29, 2013 07:51PM

All hail the Centreville Wildcats! They beat the Smith Tigers handily in one of the most surprising games in recent memory. Centreville will be remembered for the focus and dedication they showed in avenging their loss to the same Tigers two years ago. These kids talked about the 2011 loss openly and said they were using it as motivation to get back to UVA for payback. 15-0 against Concorde District teams, winning every game by a minimum of 20 points makes them one of the best teams to come out of this area.

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Re: Chris Blewitt
Posted by: newgatedenizen ()
Date: December 29, 2013 09:38PM

West Potomac grad Chris Blewitt kicked the game-winning FG in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl...

http://scores.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=333600189

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Novafballfan ()
Date: January 08, 2014 12:45PM

Cvillebacker Wrote:
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> All hail the Centreville Wildcats! They beat the
> Smith Tigers handily in one of the most surprising
> games in recent memory. Centreville will be
> remembered for the focus and dedication they
> showed in avenging their loss to the same Tigers
> two years ago. These kids talked about the 2011
> loss openly and said they were using it as
> motivation to get back to UVA for payback. 15-0
> against Concorde District teams, winning every
> game by a minimum of 20 points makes them one of
> the best teams to come out of this area.


Not sure about BEST team from Northern Virginia, but definetly in the conversation as one of the best. The stats speak for themselves, and if you watched this team this year you know they could have destroyed teams if they had wanted to. Half of their games were over at halftime and the starters were out. So the stats could have been much more dominant if Haddock wanted them to be. If Thompson from Stone Bridge was coaching this team they would have had set State records for points scored and fewest points allowed.

No team in recent memory won all their games all year long in such a dominating fashion. 15-0 undefeated State Champions.

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Tyler Mack ()
Date: March 12, 2014 11:38AM

Centreville freshman football actually went underfeated this year again Word around Jameel Siler & Daiquan Thompson and Deontae Emonds are the BIG 3

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: Nick Davis ()
Date: August 26, 2014 12:56AM

Coach Wrote:
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> Coach Wrote:
> -------------------------------------------------
> ------
>
> > Actually Joe Wilson is not 100% healthy, I
> think
> > he only had 12 carries this past Friday night
> > against Patriot.
>
> WP has him at 23 carries for 113 yard vs. Patriot
>
>
> RydellRoad,
>
> Wow, I stand corrected, I'll have to watch that
> film tonight to see, guess my source was wrong. I
> wasn't going to mention the "bounce pass" in my
> thread when talking about Westfield's failure over
> the past 2 postseasons. Didn't want to upset my
> new friend hsfballfan:)
>
> Unfortunately there will always be bad calls, too
> bad we didn't get to use instant replay. I have
> actually seen some coaching staffs this past
> season using Ipads on the sidelines. They use them
> as the pro's use still photos for sets and
> formations. Whatever happened to the good old dry
> erase boards?

Have you tried using iPADS on the sidelines at all?

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Re: Highschool Football 2013
Posted by: M7td4 ()
Date: November 30, 2016 06:23PM

Ray Taylor Wrote:
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> Who is getting the West Springfield and Robinson jobs?

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Posted by: more and more ()
Date: December 08, 2018 06:48PM

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