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HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: May 24, 2017 08:01AM

CalPreps 2017 VHSL Div 1 Previews (will not be updated until August 11, 2017)

Westfield (Chantilly, VA)       previews home


TEAM NOT OFFICIALLY RATED YET; HAVEN'T HEARD BACK FROM COACH

GENERAL
Nickname: Bulldogs
Colors: Black/Gold
League: District 1 (moving from Concorde)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #1

COLLEGE PROSPECTS LOST TO GRADUATION
Brian Delaney 5'11" 200 Senior K
Sean Eckert 6'4" 185 Senior WR

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 55.7
2016 National Rank: #175
2016 State Rank: #3
D1 Talent (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -0.8
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
Roster-Based (Players Back/Lost) Rough Rating Adjustment*: -0.6
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 53.3
2017 National Rank*: #208
2017 State Rank*: #3
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 44.3
Dynasty National Rank: #132
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: better by 10
Dynasty Record: 152-28 (65-7 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 13-2
2016 League Record/Finish: 5-0 (1st)
2016 Points For Average: 33.8
2016 Points Against Average: 14.5
2016 Differential: +19.3
2016 Wins: #370 Smith [Oscar] (Chesapeake) (34-28), #582 South Lakes (Reston) (42-12), #798 Madison [James] (Vienna) (31-13), #958 South County (Lorton) (20-3), #958 South County (Lorton) (17-13), #1064 Centreville (Clifton) (35-0), #2319 Robinson [J. W.] (Fairfax) (29-28), #3215 Williams [T. C.] (Alexandria) (21-14), #3537 Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax) (45-7), #3615 Oakton (Vienna) (41-3), #4196 Washington-Lee (Arlington) (45-0), #4822 Chantilly (49-21), #9426 Herndon (48-7)
2016 Losses: #242 Stone Bridge (Ashburn) (34-16), #2485 Briar Woods (Ashburn) (35-34)
2016 Opponents W-L: 105-74
Recent State Championships: 2016, 2015, 2007 (6), 2003 (6)
Recent League Championships: 2016 (Concorde), 2015 (6A Conference 5), 2014 (6A Conference 5), 2012 (AAA Concorde), 2011 (AAA Concorde), 2009 (AAA Concorde), 2007 (Concorde AAA), 2006 (Concorde AAA), 2005 (tied for 1st; Concorde AAA), 2003 (Concorde AAA)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: 9
Streak List: 10/14/16 Robinson [J. W.] (Fairfax) (29-28), 10/21/16 Centreville (Clifton) (35-0), 10/28/16 Herndon (48-7), 11/4/16 Chantilly (49-21), 11/11/16 Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax) (45-7), 11/18/16 South County (Lorton) (20-3), 11/26/16 Madison [James] (Vienna) (31-13), 12/3/16 South Lakes (Reston) (42-12), 12/10/16 Smith [Oscar] (Chesapeake) (34-28)

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 1st
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.


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Madison [James] (Vienna, VA)       previews home


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GENERAL
Nickname: Warhawks
Colors: Black/Red
Coach: Lenny Schultz
League: District 1 (moving from Liberty)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #4

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 40.9
2016 National Rank: #798
2016 State Rank: #23
Roster-Based (Players Back/Lost) Rough Rating Adjustment*: +3.1
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 43
2017 National Rank*: #549
2017 State Rank*: #15
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 18
Dynasty National Rank: #2813
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: better by 26
Dynasty Record: 91-62 (64-26 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 11-2
2016 League Record/Finish: 6-1 (tied for 1st)
2016 Points For Average: 31.8
2016 Points Against Average: 14.2
2016 Differential: +17.6
2016 Wins: #242 Stone Bridge (Ashburn) (19-15), #1193 West Potomac (Alexandria) (21-14), #1809 Hayfield (Alexandria) (38-34), #3615 Oakton (Vienna) (33-10), #4196 Washington-Lee (Arlington) (34-17), #4196 Washington-Lee (Arlington) (26-8), #4983 Yorktown (Arlington) (41-20), #5512 Langley (McLean) (33-14), #7172 Marshall [George C.] (Falls Church) (41-0), #10242 McLean (42-0), #11046 Fairfax (60-0)
2016 Losses: #175 Westfield (Chantilly) (31-13), #582 South Lakes (Reston) (21-13)
2016 Opponents W-L: 81-71
Recent League Championships: 2016 (tied for 1st; Liberty), 2015 (6A Conference 6)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 2nd
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Centreville (Clifton, VA)       previews home


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GENERAL
Nickname: Wildcats
Colors: Columbia/Black/Silver
Coach: Chris Haddock
League: District 1 (moving from Concorde)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #13

COLLEGE PROSPECT LOST TO GRADUATION
Caleb Brooks 6'3" 220 Senior OLB

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 37.7
2016 National Rank: #1064
2016 State Rank: #33
Player Statistics-Based (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -7
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 29.7
2017 National Rank*: #1703
2017 State Rank*: #47
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 32.2
Dynasty National Rank: #664
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: worse by 1.5
Dynasty Record: 105-56 (39-33 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 9-3
2016 League Record/Finish: 4-1 (2nd)
2016 Points For Average: 29.2
2016 Points Against Average: 13.1
2016 Differential: +16.1
2016 Wins: #594 Lake Braddock (Burke) (8-7), #1121 Broad Run (Ashburn) (21-9), #2319 Robinson [J. W.] (Fairfax) (14-7), #3615 Oakton (Vienna) (21-12), #4397 Mount Vernon (Alexandria) (57-0), #4822 Chantilly (49-21), #5353 Annandale (42-0), #9426 Herndon (49-17), #11046 Fairfax (55-6)
2016 Losses: #175 Westfield (Chantilly) (35-0), #582 South Lakes (Reston) (22-20), #3527 Tuscarora (Leesburg) (21-14)
2016 Opponents W-L: 71-67
Recent State Championships: 2013
Recent League Championships: 2013 (6A Conference 5)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 3rd
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.


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Oakton (Vienna, VA)       previews home


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GENERAL
Nickname: Cougars
Colors: Burgundy/Gold
Coach: Pat Purcell
League: District 1 (moving from Concorde)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #24

COLLEGE PROSPECT LOST TO GRADUATION
Pierce Banbury 6'3" 285 Senior OC

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 19.3
2016 National Rank: #3615
2016 State Rank: #103
Roster-Based (Players Back/Lost) Rough Rating Adjustment*: +1.4
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 19.7
2017 National Rank*: #3203
2017 State Rank*: #97
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 29.4
Dynasty National Rank: #941
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: worse by 8.7
Dynasty Record: 98-60 (36-36 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 4-7
2016 League Record/Finish: 2-3 (tied for 3rd)
2016 Points For Average: 19.5
2016 Points Against Average: 27.9
2016 Differential: -8.4
2016 Wins: #2319 Robinson [J. W.] (Fairfax) (21-7), #3527 Tuscarora (Leesburg) (31-20), #4903 Falls Church (43-36), #9426 Herndon (45-14)
2016 Losses: #175 Westfield (Chantilly) (41-3), #582 South Lakes (Reston) (54-14), #798 Madison [James] (Vienna) (33-10), #1064 Centreville (Clifton) (21-12), #1121 Broad Run (Ashburn) (34-6), #3215 Williams [T. C.] (Alexandria) (20-7), #4822 Chantilly (27-23)
2016 Opponents W-L: 80-50
Recent State Championships: 2005 (6)
Recent League Championships: 2008 (Concorde AAA), 2004 (Concorde AAA)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 4th
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.


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Chantilly (VA)       previews home


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GENERAL
Nickname: Chargers
Colors: Purple/White
Coach: Mike Lalli
League: District 1 (moving from Concorde)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #37

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 13.2
2016 National Rank: #4822
2016 State Rank: #135
Roster-Based (Players Back/Lost) Rough Rating Adjustment*: -3.5
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 8.7
2017 National Rank*: #5505
2017 State Rank*: #149
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 26.2
Dynasty National Rank: #1339
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: worse by 16.5
Dynasty Record: 85-73 (31-41 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 4-6
2016 League Record/Finish: 2-3 (tied for 3rd)
2016 Points For Average: 22
2016 Points Against Average: 30
2016 Differential: -8
2016 Wins: #3615 Oakton (Vienna) (27-23), #8318 Lee [Robert E.] (Springfield) (42-19), #9426 Herndon (26-7), #10242 McLean (49-14)
2016 Losses: #175 Westfield (Chantilly) (49-21), #242 Stone Bridge (Ashburn) (39-7), #1064 Centreville (Clifton) (49-21), #2319 Robinson [J. W.] (Fairfax) (41-17), #2485 Briar Woods (Ashburn) (42-3), #3537 Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax) (17-7)
2016 Opponents W-L: 58-58
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 5th
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: May 24, 2017 08:11AM

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South Lakes (Reston, VA)       previews home


TEAM NOT OFFICIALLY RATED YET; HAVEN'T HEARD BACK FROM COACH

GENERAL
Nickname: Seahawks
Colors: Kelly Green/Royal Blue
Coach: Andy Hill
League: District 2 (moving from Liberty)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #2

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 44.3
2016 National Rank: #582
2016 State Rank: #14
Roster-Based (Players Back/Lost) Rough Rating Adjustment*: +5.3
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 48.6
2017 National Rank*: #318
2017 State Rank*: #6
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 8.4
Dynasty National Rank: #5463
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: better by 41.2
Dynasty Record: 62-85 (36-56 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 12-2
2016 League Record/Finish: 6-1 (tied for 1st)
2016 Points For Average: 41
2016 Points Against Average: 18.1
2016 Differential: +22.9
2016 Wins: #594 Lake Braddock (Burke) (40-22), #798 Madison [James] (Vienna) (21-13), #1064 Centreville (Clifton) (22-20), #2485 Briar Woods (Ashburn) (28-21), #3615 Oakton (Vienna) (54-14), #4196 Washington-Lee (Arlington) (56-18), #4983 Yorktown (Arlington) (35-13), #5512 Langley (McLean) (42-14), #7172 Marshall [George C.] (Falls Church) (49-8), #9426 Herndon (56-23), #10242 McLean (75-8), #11046 Fairfax (56-0)
2016 Losses: #175 Westfield (Chantilly) (42-12), #1809 Hayfield (Alexandria) (38-28)
2016 Opponents W-L: 79-80
Recent League Championships: 2016 (tied for 1st; Liberty)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 1st
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Yorktown (Arlington, VA)       previews home


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GENERAL
Nickname: Patriots
Colors: Columbia/White
Coach: Bruce Hanson
League: District 2 (moving from Liberty)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #27

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 12.4
2016 National Rank: #4983
2016 State Rank: #140
Roster-Based (Players Back/Lost) Rough Rating Adjustment*: +5.6
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 17
2017 National Rank*: #3743
2017 State Rank*: #108
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 15.9
Dynasty National Rank: #3317
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: better by 2.1
Dynasty Record: 102-49 (62-24 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 4-6
2016 League Record/Finish: 3-4 (5th)
2016 Points For Average: 19.5
2016 Points Against Average: 22.2
2016 Differential: -2.7
2016 Wins: #5512 Langley (McLean) (21-20), #10242 McLean (35-0), #11005 Wakefield (Arlington) (35-0), #11046 Fairfax (41-0)
2016 Losses: #582 South Lakes (Reston) (35-13), #798 Madison [James] (Vienna) (41-20), #1121 Broad Run (Ashburn) (29-7), #1685 Wilson [Woodrow] (Washington, DC) (41-0), #1809 Hayfield (Alexandria) (42-13), #4196 Washington-Lee (Arlington) (14-10)
2016 Opponents W-L: 60-54
Recent League Championships: 2012 (AAA National), 2011 (AAA National), 2010 (AAA National), 2006 (tied for 1st; National AAA), 2003 (National AAA)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 2nd
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.


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Washington-Lee (Arlington, VA)       previews home


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GENERAL
Nickname: Generals
Colors: Blue/Gray
Coach: Josh Shapiro
League: District 2 (moving from Liberty)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #36

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 16.4
2016 National Rank: #4196
2016 State Rank: #124
Roster-Based (Players Back/Lost) Rough Rating Adjustment*: -3.7
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 11.7
2017 National Rank*: #4862
2017 State Rank*: #135
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 1.8
Dynasty National Rank: #7616
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: better by 10.9
Dynasty Record: 60-80 (40-46 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 5-6
2016 League Record/Finish: 4-3 (4th)
2016 Points For Average: 27.1
2016 Points Against Average: 31.3
2016 Differential: -4.2
2016 Wins: #4983 Yorktown (Arlington) (14-10), #5512 Langley (McLean) (36-35), #10242 McLean (55-19), #11005 Wakefield (Arlington) (48-21), #11046 Fairfax (45-0)
2016 Losses: #175 Westfield (Chantilly) (45-0), #582 South Lakes (Reston) (56-18), #798 Madison [James] (Vienna) (34-17), #798 Madison [James] (Vienna) (26-8), #1809 Hayfield (Alexandria) (54-29), #4397 Mount Vernon (Alexandria) (44-28)
2016 Opponents W-L: 70-58
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 3rd
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Langley (McLean, VA)       previews home


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GENERAL
Nickname: Saxons
Colors: Dark Green/Gold
Coach: John Howerton
League: District 2 (moving from Liberty)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #45

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 10
2016 National Rank: #5512
2016 State Rank: #158
Roster-Based (Players Back/Lost) Rough Rating Adjustment*: -12
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: -2
2017 National Rank*: #8260
2017 State Rank*: #219
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 14.8
Dynasty National Rank: #3602
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: worse by 16.8
Dynasty Record: 69-76 (55-38 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 2-8
2016 League Record/Finish: 2-5 (6th)
2016 Points For Average: 22.6
2016 Points Against Average: 30.7
2016 Differential: -8.1
2016 Wins: #10242 McLean (38-10), #11046 Fairfax (41-13)
2016 Losses: #582 South Lakes (Reston) (42-14), #798 Madison [James] (Vienna) (33-14), #1030 Potomac Falls (Sterling) (41-28), #1121 Broad Run (Ashburn) (28-3), #1193 West Potomac (Alexandria) (41-12), #1809 Hayfield (Alexandria) (42-21), #4196 Washington-Lee (Arlington) (36-35), #4983 Yorktown (Arlington) (21-20)
2016 Opponents W-L: 70-47
Recent League Championships: 2013 (6A Conference 6), 2004 (tied for 1st; Liberty AAA)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: 1
Streak List: 11/4/16 McLean (38-10)

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 4th
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Herndon (VA)       previews home


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GENERAL
Nickname: Hornets
Colors: Black/Red
Coach: Jeremiah Davis
League: District 2 (moving from Concorde)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #50

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: -6.8
2016 National Rank: #9426
2016 State Rank: #235
Player Statistics-Based (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -8.7
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: -15.5
2017 National Rank*: #11058
2017 State Rank*: #278
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 12.2
Dynasty National Rank: #4295
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: worse by 27.7
Dynasty Record: 48-90 (16-56 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 1-9
2016 League Record/Finish: 0-5 (6th)
2016 Points For Average: 18.2
2016 Points Against Average: 42.3
2016 Differential: -24.1
2016 Wins: #11046 Fairfax (35-20)
2016 Losses: #175 Westfield (Chantilly) (48-7), #582 South Lakes (Reston) (56-23), #1064 Centreville (Clifton) (49-17), #2319 Robinson [J. W.] (Fairfax) (50-0), #3527 Tuscarora (Leesburg) (31-21), #3615 Oakton (Vienna) (45-14), #4822 Chantilly (26-7), #4903 Falls Church (48-12), #9567 Stuart [J. E. B.] (Falls Church) (50-46)
2016 Opponents W-L: 62-53
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 5th
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.


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McLean (VA)       previews home


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GENERAL
Nickname: Highlanders
Colors: Red/Silver
Coach: Dennis Worek
League: District 2 (moving from Liberty)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #54

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: -10.6
2016 National Rank: #10242
2016 State Rank: #255
Roster-Based (Players Back/Lost) Rough Rating Adjustment*: -12
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: -22.6
2017 National Rank*: #12203
2017 State Rank*: #308
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 0.3
Dynasty National Rank: #8098
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: worse by 22.9
Dynasty Record: 48-91 (30-61 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 1-9
2016 League Record/Finish: 1-6 (7th)
2016 Points For Average: 10.7
2016 Points Against Average: 43.3
2016 Differential: -32.6
2016 Wins: #11046 Fairfax (28-20)
2016 Losses: #582 South Lakes (Reston) (75-8), #798 Madison [James] (Vienna) (42-0), #1809 Hayfield (Alexandria) (49-0), #4196 Washington-Lee (Arlington) (55-19), #4822 Chantilly (49-14), #4983 Yorktown (Arlington) (35-0), #5353 Annandale (49-22), #5512 Langley (McLean) (38-10), #7172 Marshall [George C.] (Falls Church) (21-6)
2016 Opponents W-L: 55-56
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 6th
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: May 24, 2017 08:18AM

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West Potomac (Alexandria, VA)       previews home


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GENERAL
Nickname: Wolverines
Colors: Blue/Silver/White
Coach: Jeremiah Ross
League: District 3 (moving from Patriot)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #16

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 36.3
2016 National Rank: #1193
2016 State Rank: #37
Player Statistics-Based (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -9.5
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 25.8
2017 National Rank*: #2248
2017 State Rank*: #61
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 18.6
Dynasty National Rank: #2683
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: better by 8.2
Dynasty Record: 74-72 (48-45 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 9-3
2016 League Record/Finish: 5-2 (tied for 2nd)
2016 Points For Average: 34.6
2016 Points Against Average: 18.9
2016 Differential: +15.7
2016 Wins: #958 South County (Lorton) (24-21), #2485 Briar Woods (Ashburn) (38-35), #3215 Williams [T. C.] (Alexandria) (26-0), #3537 Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax) (32-10), #4397 Mount Vernon (Alexandria) (45-14), #5079 West Springfield (Springfield) (47-40), #5353 Annandale (46-21), #5512 Langley (McLean) (41-12), #11738 Edison [Thomas A.] (Alexandria) (60-7)
2016 Losses: #594 Lake Braddock (Burke) (24-21), #798 Madison [James] (Vienna) (21-14), #3215 Williams [T. C.] (Alexandria) (22-21)
2016 Opponents W-L: 62-71
Recent League Championships: 2011 (tied for 1st; AAA Patriot), 2006 (tied for 1st; Patriot AAA)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 1st
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.


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Williams [T. C.] (Alexandria, VA)       previews home


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GENERAL
Nickname: Titans
Colors: Red/White/Blue
Coach: James Longerbeam
League: District 3 (moving from Patriot)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #17

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 21.6
2016 National Rank: #3215
2016 State Rank: #88
Player Statistics-Based (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: +4.4
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 25
2017 National Rank*: #2369
2017 State Rank*: #63
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 12.7
Dynasty National Rank: #4155
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: better by 13.3
Dynasty Record: 54-85 (36-57 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 5-6
2016 League Record/Finish: 4-3 (4th)
2016 Points For Average: 16.5
2016 Points Against Average: 28.5
2016 Differential: -12
2016 Wins: #1193 West Potomac (Alexandria) (22-21), #3615 Oakton (Vienna) (20-7), #4397 Mount Vernon (Alexandria) (42-37), #5079 West Springfield (Springfield) (21-17), #5353 Annandale (26-14)
2016 Losses: #175 Westfield (Chantilly) (21-14), #242 Stone Bridge (Ashburn) (38-0), #594 Lake Braddock (Burke) (42-7), #958 South County (Lorton) (56-19), #1193 West Potomac (Alexandria) (26-0), #3537 Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax) (34-10)
2016 Opponents W-L: 81-51
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 2nd
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Mount Vernon (Alexandria, VA)       previews home


TEAM NOT OFFICIALLY RATED YET; HAVEN'T HEARD BACK FROM COACH

GENERAL
Nickname: Majors
Colors: Maroon/Gray/White
Coach: Barry Wells
League: District 3 (moving from Patriot)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #19

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 15.3
2016 National Rank: #4397
2016 State Rank: #128
Player Statistics-Based (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: +9.5
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 23.8
2017 National Rank*: #2556
2017 State Rank*: #67
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 1.7
Dynasty National Rank: #7650
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: better by 23.1
Dynasty Record: 54-87 (39-48 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 5-6
2016 League Record/Finish: 2-5 (6th)
2016 Points For Average: 26.4
2016 Points Against Average: 35.7
2016 Differential: -9.3
2016 Wins: #3537 Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax) (52-39), #4196 Washington-Lee (Arlington) (44-28), #5079 West Springfield (Springfield) (30-13), #9567 Stuart [J. E. B.] (Falls Church) (30-7), #11005 Wakefield (Arlington) (49-13)
2016 Losses: #594 Lake Braddock (Burke) (65-0), #958 South County (Lorton) (56-13), #1064 Centreville (Clifton) (57-0), #1193 West Potomac (Alexandria) (45-14), #3215 Williams [T. C.] (Alexandria) (42-37), #5353 Annandale (28-21)
2016 Opponents W-L: 63-59
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 3rd
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.


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Hayfield (Alexandria, VA)       previews home


TEAM NOT OFFICIALLY RATED YET; HAVEN'T HEARD BACK FROM COACH

GENERAL
Nickname: Hawks
Colors: Blue/Orange
Coach: Eric Henderson
League: District 3 (moving from Liberty)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #25

SENIOR D1 PROSPECT
Brian Cobbs 6'2" 180 Senior WR

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 30.6
2016 National Rank: #1809
2016 State Rank: #53
Player Statistics-Based (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -10.3
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 19.3
2017 National Rank*: #3271
2017 State Rank*: #99
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 15
Dynasty National Rank: #3555
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: better by 5.3
Dynasty Record: 74-75 (45-40 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 9-3
2016 League Record/Finish: 6-1 (tied for 1st)
2016 Points For Average: 40.2
2016 Points Against Average: 23
2016 Differential: +17.2
2016 Wins: #582 South Lakes (Reston) (38-28), #3527 Tuscarora (Leesburg) (26-20), #3678 Patriot (Nokesville) (30-26), #4196 Washington-Lee (Arlington) (54-29), #4983 Yorktown (Arlington) (42-13), #5512 Langley (McLean) (42-21), #10242 McLean (49-0), #11046 Fairfax (54-9), #11738 Edison [Thomas A.] (Alexandria) (67-0)
2016 Losses: #594 Lake Braddock (Burke) (42-0), #798 Madison [James] (Vienna) (38-34), #958 South County (Lorton) (50-46)
2016 Opponents W-L: 67-68
Recent League Championships: 2016 (tied for 1st; Liberty), 2014 (6A Conference 6), 2009 (AAA National)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 4th
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Annandale (VA)       previews home


TEAM NOT OFFICIALLY RATED YET; HAVEN'T HEARD BACK FROM COACH

GENERAL
Nickname: Atoms
Colors: Red/White
Coach: Mike Scott
League: District 3 (moving from Patriot)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #33

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 10.7
2016 National Rank: #5353
2016 State Rank: #152
Roster-Based (Players Back/Lost) Rough Rating Adjustment*: +3.9
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 13.6
2017 National Rank*: #4444
2017 State Rank*: #129
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 14.7
Dynasty National Rank: #3626
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: worse by 0.1
Dynasty Record: 60-84 [62-82 on the field] (41-53 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 3-7
2016 League Record/Finish: 1-6 (tied for 7th)
2016 Points For Average: 18.5
2016 Points Against Average: 31
2016 Differential: -12.5
2016 Wins: #4397 Mount Vernon (Alexandria) (28-21), #9567 Stuart [J. E. B.] (Falls Church) (44-0), #10242 McLean (49-22)
2016 Losses: #594 Lake Braddock (Burke) (52-7), #958 South County (Lorton) (48-7), #1064 Centreville (Clifton) (42-0), #1193 West Potomac (Alexandria) (46-21), #3215 Williams [T. C.] (Alexandria) (26-14), #3537 Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax) (32-8), #5079 West Springfield (Springfield) (21-7)
2016 Opponents W-L: 59-53
Recent League Championships: 2006 (tied for 1st; Patriot AAA), 2005 (Patriot AAA)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 5th
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: May 24, 2017 08:24AM

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Lake Braddock (Burke, VA)       previews home


TEAM NOT OFFICIALLY RATED YET; HAVEN'T HEARD BACK FROM COACH

GENERAL
Nickname: Bruins
Colors: Purple/Gold
Coach: Jim Poythress
League: District 4 (moving from Patriot)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #9

COLLEGE PROSPECTS LOST TO GRADUATION
Andrew Park 6'5" 245 Senior TE
Lamont Atkins 5'11" 200 Senior RB

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 44.1
2016 National Rank: #594
2016 State Rank: #15
D1 Talent (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -3.7
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
Player Statistics-Based (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -2.5
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 36.9
2017 National Rank*: #969
2017 State Rank*: #28
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 30.3
Dynasty National Rank: #847
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: better by 7.6
Dynasty Record: 111-49 (69-24 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 11-2
2016 League Record/Finish: 7-0 (1st)
2016 Points For Average: 40.5
2016 Points Against Average: 14.1
2016 Differential: +26.4
2016 Wins: #958 South County (Lorton) (52-44), #1193 West Potomac (Alexandria) (24-21), #1809 Hayfield (Alexandria) (42-0), #2319 Robinson [J. W.] (Fairfax) (34-14), #2319 Robinson [J. W.] (Fairfax) (36-7), #3215 Williams [T. C.] (Alexandria) (42-7), #3537 Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax) (44-0), #4397 Mount Vernon (Alexandria) (65-0), #5079 West Springfield (Springfield) (44-17), #5353 Annandale (52-7), #8318 Lee [Robert E.] (Springfield) (63-18)
2016 Losses: #582 South Lakes (Reston) (40-22), #1064 Centreville (Clifton) (8-7)
2016 Opponents W-L: 80-67
Recent League Championships: 2016 (Patriot), 2014 (tied for 1st; 6A Conference 7), 2013 (6A Conference 7), 2012 (AAA Patriot), 2011 (tied for 1st; AAA Patriot), 2010 (AAA Patriot), 2009 (tied for 1st; AAA Patriot), 2007 (tied for 1st; Patriot AAA)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 1st
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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South County (Lorton, VA)       previews home


TEAM NOT OFFICIALLY RATED YET; HAVEN'T HEARD BACK FROM COACH

GENERAL
Nickname: Stallions
Colors: Forest Green/Silver/Navy
Coach: Gerry Pannoni
League: District 4 (moving from Patriot)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #12

SENIOR D1 PROSPECT
Dillon Spalding 6'2" 205 Senior WR

COLLEGE PROSPECT LOST TO GRADUATION
Michael Salisbury 6'3" 195 Senior ATH

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 39
2016 National Rank: #958
2016 State Rank: #29
D1 Talent (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: +2.5
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
Player Statistics-Based (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -9.4
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 31.1
2017 National Rank*: #1531
2017 State Rank*: #44
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 28.2
Dynasty National Rank: #1072
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: better by 3.9
Dynasty Record: 87-54 [86-55 on the field] (53-29 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 8-4
2016 League Record/Finish: 5-2 (tied for 2nd)
2016 Points For Average: 38.3
2016 Points Against Average: 24.2
2016 Differential: +14.1
2016 Wins: #1809 Hayfield (Alexandria) (50-46), #2485 Briar Woods (Ashburn) (27-23), #3215 Williams [T. C.] (Alexandria) (56-19), #3537 Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax) (56-32), #3808 Battlefield (Haymarket) (34-12), #4397 Mount Vernon (Alexandria) (56-13), #5079 West Springfield (Springfield) (51-25), #5353 Annandale (48-7)
2016 Losses: #175 Westfield (Chantilly) (20-3), #175 Westfield (Chantilly) (17-13), #594 Lake Braddock (Burke) (52-44), #1193 West Potomac (Alexandria) (24-21)
2016 Opponents W-L: 86-56
Recent League Championships: 2015 (6A Conference 7), 2014 (tied for 1st; 6A Conference 7), 2011 (tied for 1st; AAA Patriot)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 2nd
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Robinson [J. W.] (Fairfax, VA)       previews home


GENERAL
Nickname: Rams
Colors: Royal Blue/Gold
Coach: Scott Vossler
League: District 4 (moving from Concorde)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #23

RETURNERS
Returning Offensive Starters: 5
Returning Defensive Starters: 4
2016 JV Record: 5-3
Starting Quarterback Returning: no
Top Running Back Returning: yes
Top Receiver Returning: yes
Top OL Returning: no
Top Defender Returning: no

TOP PLAYERS
Jacquez Stewart 6'0" 190 Senior RB/DB 4.6
Reid Scarboruogh 5'9" 180 Senior RB/DB 4.6
Wilson Friestad 5'10" 175 Senior LB 4.8

COLLEGE PROSPECT LOST TO GRADUATION
Nick Bernacchi 6'2" 275 Senior OT

STRENGTHS/WEAKNESSES
Team Strengths: OL/Defensive Front 7, Experienced Backfield, Great K Returns
Team Weaknesses: Inexperienced QB, Young Secondary

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 27
2016 National Rank: #2319
2016 State Rank: #63
General Personnel (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -4.5
D1 Talent (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -0.8
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 20.7
2017 National Rank*: #3019
2017 State Rank*: #91
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 33.4
Dynasty National Rank: #557
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: worse by 11.7
Dynasty Record: 102-57 (46-28 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 4-7
2016 League Record/Finish: 2-3 (tied for 3rd)
2016 Points For Average: 25.1
2016 Points Against Average: 21.5
2016 Differential: +3.6
2016 Wins: #3537 Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax) (45-7), #4822 Chantilly (41-17), #5079 West Springfield (Springfield) (49-14), #9426 Herndon (50-0)
2016 Losses: #175 Westfield (Chantilly) (29-28), #242 Stone Bridge (Ashburn) (36-21), #594 Lake Braddock (Burke) (34-14), #594 Lake Braddock (Burke) (36-7), #1064 Centreville (Clifton) (14-7), #1121 Broad Run (Ashburn) (28-7), #3615 Oakton (Vienna) (21-7)
2016 Opponents W-L: 81-51
Recent League Championships: 2010 (AAA Concorde), 2005 (tied for 1st; Concorde AAA), 2004 (Patriot AAA), 2003 (Patriot AAA)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 3rd
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax, VA)       previews home


TEAM NOT OFFICIALLY RATED YET; HAVEN'T HEARD BACK FROM COACH

GENERAL
Nickname: Cavaliers
Colors: Blue/White
Coach: Mike Dougherty
League: District 4 (moving from Patriot)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #34

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 19.7
2016 National Rank: #3537
2016 State Rank: #100
Player Statistics-Based (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -6.8
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 11.9
2017 National Rank*: #4806
2017 State Rank*: #133
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 15
Dynasty National Rank: #3555
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: worse by 2.1
Dynasty Record: 68-80 (48-48 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 5-6
2016 League Record/Finish: 3-4 (5th)
2016 Points For Average: 23.1
2016 Points Against Average: 29.9
2016 Differential: -6.8
2016 Wins: #3215 Williams [T. C.] (Alexandria) (34-10), #4822 Chantilly (17-7), #5079 West Springfield (Springfield) (34-23), #5353 Annandale (32-8), #11046 Fairfax (42-7)
2016 Losses: #175 Westfield (Chantilly) (45-7), #594 Lake Braddock (Burke) (44-0), #958 South County (Lorton) (56-32), #1193 West Potomac (Alexandria) (32-10), #2319 Robinson [J. W.] (Fairfax) (45-7), #4397 Mount Vernon (Alexandria) (52-39)
2016 Opponents W-L: 64-61
Recent League Championships: 2009 (tied for 1st; AAA Patriot), 2004 (tied for 1st; Liberty AAA)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 4th
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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West Springfield (Springfield, VA)       previews home


TEAM NOT OFFICIALLY RATED YET; HAVEN'T HEARD BACK FROM COACH

GENERAL
Nickname: Spartans
Colors: Orange/Blue
Coach: Jason Eldredge
League: District 4 (moving from Patriot)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #42

COLLEGE PROSPECT LOST TO GRADUATION
Daniel Adu 6'2" 175 Senior WR

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: 12
2016 National Rank: #5079
2016 State Rank: #142
D1 Talent (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -1
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
Player Statistics-Based (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: -9.1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: 0.9
2017 National Rank*: #7333
2017 State Rank*: #196
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 19.1
Dynasty National Rank: #2568
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: worse by 17.2
Dynasty Record: 73-73 (48-45 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 2-8
2016 League Record/Finish: 1-6 (tied for 7th)
2016 Points For Average: 21.7
2016 Points Against Average: 33.8
2016 Differential: -12.1
2016 Wins: #5353 Annandale (21-7), #8318 Lee [Robert E.] (Springfield) (35-7)
2016 Losses: #242 Stone Bridge (Ashburn) (48-12), #594 Lake Braddock (Burke) (44-17), #958 South County (Lorton) (51-25), #1193 West Potomac (Alexandria) (47-40), #2319 Robinson [J. W.] (Fairfax) (49-14), #3215 Williams [T. C.] (Alexandria) (21-17), #3537 Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax) (34-23), #4397 Mount Vernon (Alexandria) (30-13)
2016 Opponents W-L: 67-49
Recent League Championships: 2014 (tied for 1st; 6A Conference 7), 2008 (Patriot AAA), 2007 (tied for 1st; Patriot AAA)
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: 1
Streak List: 11/4/16 Annandale (21-7)

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 5th
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Fairfax (VA)       previews home


TEAM NOT OFFICIALLY RATED YET; HAVEN'T HEARD BACK FROM COACH

GENERAL
Nickname: Rebels
Colors: Blue/Gray/Black
Coach: Kevin Simonds
League: District 4 (moving from Liberty)
Playoff Division: 6A
Playoff Division Rank*: #47

RATINGS
2016 Final Power Rating: -15
2016 National Rank: #11046
2016 State Rank: #276
Player Statistics-Based (Back/Lost) Rating Adjustment*: +9.5
Reg Season Schedule Strength Downward Rating Adjustment*: -1
2017 Starting Power Rating*: -5.5
2017 National Rank*: #9060
2017 State Rank*: #236
Dynasty Rating (Average 2003-2016 Rating): 7.5
Dynasty National Rank: #5755
2017 Rating vs. Dynasty Rating Comparison*: worse by 13
Dynasty Record: 53-89 (30-57 in league)

HISTORICAL
2016 Overall Record: 0-10
2016 League Record/Finish: 0-7 (8th)
2016 Points For Average: 7.5
2016 Points Against Average: 45.7
2016 Differential: -38.2
2016 Wins: none
2016 Losses: #582 South Lakes (Reston) (56-0), #798 Madison [James] (Vienna) (60-0), #1064 Centreville (Clifton) (55-6), #1809 Hayfield (Alexandria) (54-9), #3537 Woodson [W. T.] (Fairfax) (42-7), #4196 Washington-Lee (Arlington) (45-0), #4983 Yorktown (Arlington) (41-0), #5512 Langley (McLean) (41-13), #9426 Herndon (35-20), #10242 McLean (28-20)
2016 Opponents W-L: 59-54
Winning Streak Entering 2017 Season: none

SCHEDULE
2017 Projected League Finish*: 6th
schedule not yet available; please check back later in the summer to see analysis of schedule including toughest opponents, overall schedule strength, projected W-L record, probability of an undefeated season, etc.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Div 1 vs Div 4 ()
Date: May 24, 2017 08:27AM

So, it is arguable to consider Div #4 will be more competitive than Div #1 for 2017???? Let's consider that it may also be better from top to bottom too!

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Western FX Football ()
Date: May 24, 2017 08:42AM

Madison over Centreville? No way.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: May 24, 2017 08:53AM

Their Coach can reach out to CalPreps & update the profile info but no changes to these preview rankings until August. I suspect there will be drastic changes. Heck, they had Appomattox #1 in the State against all levels.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Pound it up the middle ()
Date: May 24, 2017 11:03AM

Div 1 vs Div 4 Wrote:
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> So, it is arguable to consider Div #4 will be more
> competitive than Div #1 for 2017???? Let's
> consider that it may also be better from top to
> bottom too!


Maybe. But in the end, it only matters at the top. As long as District 4 has the regional powerhouses, the 3 - 6 slots don't matter that much and 4 has the to 2, maybe 3 teams in the region.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: cougar country hits the skids ()
Date: May 24, 2017 12:49PM

WTF happened to Oakton? Back when I went there a little more than 10 years ago, they were state champs. Now, they're the chumps of the district and have been fora while. Did all the Redskin players move out to Loudoun? That had been a source of good players for Oakton for a long time.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: New WTW HC ()
Date: May 24, 2017 12:56PM

The article in the WP about Acker, what's his deal? Why did the old school say he wasn't the "right fit" for the community?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HG9YK ()
Date: May 24, 2017 01:00PM

cougar country hits the skids Wrote:
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> WTF happened to Oakton? Back when I went there a

re-districting played biggest role. Their basketball seems to be doing better than their football program.

This past season they lost their QB 1st game of the season due to broken collar bone has to go with a Soph that's not meant to run that style of offense also they relied on a freshman RB who tore his knee up midseason.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Cougar LAX ()
Date: May 24, 2017 02:08PM

HG9YK Wrote:
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> cougar country hits the skids Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > WTF happened to Oakton? Back when I went there
> a
>
> re-districting played biggest role. Their
> basketball seems to be doing better than their
> football program.
>
> This past season they lost their QB 1st game of
> the season due to broken collar bone has to go
> with a Soph that's not meant to run that style of
> offense also they relied on a freshman RB who
> tore his knee up midseason.


They're also a powerhouse in LAX (or at least used to be). Don't know if these kids just didn't cross over to football or what. But most good HS LAX programs have a good football team since a lot of the kids play both.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: DEKVF ()
Date: May 24, 2017 02:29PM

Acker was "not a good fit for the community" because his wife is a minority. He'll do great at WTW. It was really a luck break for Woodson.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: 9XGHY ()
Date: May 25, 2017 12:55PM

DEKVF Wrote:
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> Acker was "not a good fit for the community"
> because his wife is a minority. He'll do great at
> WTW. It was really a luck break for Woodson.


Not buying that, I know it d Manassas but it's become pretty diverse in the past 10yrs. Besides I would buy it if she was trying to put on a headset and coach herself. Has to be more with him and his method of coaching.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: anonymous source ()
Date: May 25, 2017 02:13PM

its as simple as Cox Being back from Hiatus and Van Slacker underperforming with the Talent Battlefield believed they had!

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Wildcat Nation ()
Date: May 26, 2017 02:23PM

Get ready for the next state champions, Wildcats! Even other sources recognize we have the best QB in then NR.


http://www.ultimaterecruit.com/nova-football/centreville-qb-presley-egbers-next-step/

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: May 26, 2017 02:50PM

Wow, that's being very optimistic.... Just 1 article about an incoming junior with zero current offers & Centreville is going to when the 6A State Title? By definition, that's blind loyalty.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: BNHKW ()
Date: May 26, 2017 02:58PM

HS Football 2017 Wrote:
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> Wow, that's being very optimistic.... Just 1
> article about an incoming junior with zero current
> offers & Centreville is going to when the 6A State
> Title? By definition, that's blind loyalty.


Would you agree he is probably the best QB in thr NR, if not who do you put in there?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: dandan the man man ()
Date: May 26, 2017 03:18PM

The Centreville kid is too short, he is 6'0 and playing QB....no one will offer him. I don't care how good the team is, he will not pass the eye test.
Braddock's QB, Darcy is better and is 6'3! He will get all the hype

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: May 26, 2017 03:29PM

No clue but with the Wing T offense, the quarterback is not going to win a state title. Without a shutdown Defense & 2 more strong running backs, the Wing T will struggle.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: NDBJY ()
Date: May 26, 2017 03:59PM

dandan the man man Wrote:
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> The Centreville kid is too short, he is 6'0 and
> playing QB....no one will offer him. I don't care
> how good the team is, he will not pass the eye
> test.
> Braddock's QB, Darcy is better and is 6'3! He will
> get all the hype

He's 5'10" maybe 5'11" on a good day with his shoes on.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Frequent Watched of WF Football ()
Date: May 26, 2017 04:04PM

Wildcat Nation Wrote:
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> Get ready for the next state champions, Wildcats!
> Even other sources recognize we have the best QB
> in then NR.
>
>
> http://www.ultimaterecruit.com/nova-football/centr
> eville-qb-presley-egbers-next-step/


What a joke, the article is written by what appears to be a local parent if it's the person I'm thinking of. Plus, look at Rivals, ESPN, etc. no stars for a kid that's the "best QB in the NR". If he was anywhere close he'd be all over these websites with offers, multiple stars, write-ups etc.. Not an over-exaggerated piece from what appears to be a local recruiting website.

I've watched this kid play, he's an above average athlete, that's it. My fondest memory was when he slid to prevent being pounded by an opposing defender when he was the QB on the freshman team 2 years ago. Also, the 5"11 height he's listed, maybe if he's standing on his toes.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: lwlxm ()
Date: May 26, 2017 04:18PM

From what I have seen of the young QB the description of "above average" is about right. If you have a very strong team built around him he will be a winner. If he is expected to carry the team on his back perhaps not so much. I think he will do quite well.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: WCUWM ()
Date: May 26, 2017 04:27PM

How would you rank the QB's in district 1?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: The Future is... ()
Date: May 26, 2017 06:27PM

now! Look at Broad Run QB Mitch Griffis. Youtube Moments of Glory Stone Bridge v Broad Run, and watch the throw he made to beat Stone Bridge with less than a minute to play. Fairfax schools so happy to not have to play Loudoun schools anymore. Oh, was a freshman last year. Cannon for an arm. Think he is 6'1 and not yet 16 years old.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: DP7TV ()
Date: May 26, 2017 07:18PM

The Future is... Wrote:
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> now! Look at Broad Run QB Mitch Griffis. Youtube
> Moments of Glory Stone Bridge v Broad Run, and
> watch the throw he made to beat Stone Bridge with
> less than a minute to play. Fairfax schools so
> happy to not have to play Loudoun schools anymore.
> Oh, was a freshman last year. Cannon for an arm.
> Think he is 6'1 and not yet 16 years old.

Gtfo here with that LOCO fandom crap, y'all can't win the big game when it matters. Keep choking at States. Win more than you lose then you can talk crap.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: DJMKU ()
Date: May 26, 2017 08:36PM

Div 1 vs Div 4 Wrote:
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> So, it is arguable to consider Div #4 will be more
> competitive than Div #1 for 2017???? Let's
> consider that it may also be better from top to
> bottom too!


Maybe if you are arguing with yourself.Did you see the bottom half of the division, Woodson, WS & FFX HS, they stink!

The top half LB, SoCo & Rob were owned by Div 1 top teams. Road to states on the North still travels through Centreville/Chantilly area.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: kingbruin ()
Date: May 27, 2017 11:20AM

Braddock will win it all they have new coaches that know how to win.
The region better watch out!!!!

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: May 27, 2017 11:49AM

So, please expand on what talent Lake Braddock is counting on to make the the 6A North Regional favorites in 2017?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: dawgpound14 ()
Date: May 27, 2017 12:11PM

The new coaching staff should make them favorites. Doc has put together the best coaching staff in the state they always have talented players. Darcy, Matheny, James, Cobb to name a few.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Ed ()
Date: May 27, 2017 12:28PM

Really???? I never heard of this guy, I looked him up (Mike Daugherty?) and he has a losing record. Not sure that qualifies as the best staff in the state.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: JW9EX ()
Date: May 27, 2017 12:29PM

kingbruin Wrote:
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> Braddock will win it all they have new coaches
> that know how to win.
> The region better watch out!!!!


What have they won?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Low Down County Football ()
Date: May 28, 2017 11:02AM

2016 Westfield Bulldogs -6A State Champs

Undefeated in Conference Play

0-2 vs. Loudoun County, including a loss to Briar Woods, who finished 4-7 on the year.

Heck, it is a good thing Westfield didn't play 5A Conference 14.

They might have finished 5th last year!

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: regionwatcher ()
Date: May 28, 2017 11:31AM

I don't see LB being as good as they have been in the past. A new coaching staff, unfavorable schedule doesn't help them at all. The 3 or 4 best players graduated and I don't remember many underclassmen that made a difference.

Westfield and Centreville will be the top team in this area. They both have great coaching staffs and return an number of players.

SoCo will right there in the mix, as they always are. Great athletes and the best WO in the state.

Robinson could be a surprise in the area, hopefully the coaches worked in the off season on a passing game. The defense was very good and looks to continue that.

Hayfield and South Lakes will compete but in the end, I still see Westfield and Centreville the top 2.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Frequent Watched of WF Football ()
Date: May 28, 2017 11:44AM

Low Down County Football Wrote:
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> 2016 Westfield Bulldogs -6A State Champs
>
> Undefeated in Conference Play
>
> 0-2 vs. Loudoun County, including a loss to Briar
> Woods, who finished 4-7 on the year.
>
> Heck, it is a good thing Westfield didn't play 5A
> Conference 14.
>
> They might have finished 5th last year!

You don't get trophies for regular season victories. Don't be mad cause the almighty Loudon County 5A team choked for a second consecutive year in the championship game. Say what you want, but when it counts, Simmons and company always have Westfield prepared for big games.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: FB Fan 01 ()
Date: May 28, 2017 02:15PM

The main loudoun schools are all very good and the best of D5 is as good or better than the best of D6. That being said WF the past two years has really turned it on in weeks 8,9,10 and the playoffs. The Loudoun schools did not have to deal with the WF teams at their best.
With the FFX schools being split up into two different regions this season will be interesting. WF and CVille will probably be the best in their region with SL, Madison, and Battlefield contending.
The other region is more unclear. SOCO will be good, but the Prince William schools have tons of talent. Hylton, Freedom, Woodbridge, and Forest Park have more talent than the FFX schools. LB, ROBO, and WPOT will need to outcoach them to win in the playoffs. Hard to predict who wins those games.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: kmn3k ()
Date: May 28, 2017 02:25PM

Low Down County Football Wrote:
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> 2016 Westfield Bulldogs -6A State Champs
>
> Undefeated in Conference Play
>
> 0-2 vs. Loudoun County, including a loss to Briar
> Woods, who finished 4-7 on the year.
>
> Heck, it is a good thing Westfield didn't play 5A
> Conference 14.
>
> They might have finished 5th last year!

You are cherry picking stats from the regular season - so enjoy your regular season success. Conference 14 is a very tough and very good football conference - possibly the best in Virginia top to bottom. I don't know if it coaching, lack of improvement throughout the season or what BUT Loudoun schools cannot get it done in the playoffs. I would not have bet against Westfield versus any team in Conference 14 in the playoffs. They got healthy and gelled as a team at the right time two years in a row - beating the best QB in the state of Virginia twice.

Meantime Stone Bridge is going for 1st down from their own 33 on a 4th and 8.
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Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: May 30, 2017 07:12PM

Mike Dougherty is the new, steady hand at the helm of Lake Braddock

by Jim McGrath, recruitNoVA

For the past 18 seasons, Coach Mike Dougherty has built his reputation as a coach who rebuilds new and struggling programs. Ironically, Dougherty, who was named the new head coach at Lake Braddock three weeks ago, will be changing his modus operandi, as he takes over a team that finished 11-2 last season.

Starting at Prince Edward in 2000, Dougherty has been a transformer. He left Prince Edward after four seasons to take on a new challenge, as the first coach of an upstart Dominion program in Loudoun County. After five seasons with the Titans, Dougherty moved on to Stonewall Jackson, a program that had not reached the playoffs in almost a decade. Within three years, Dougherty’s 2012 Raider team finished the regular season 9-1 to reach the postseason, and the following season, made the 6A North semifinals.

Seeking another challenge, Dougherty accepted the head position at W.T. Woodson in February of 2014. Woodson had enjoyed some post-season success in the 1980’s and 90’s, but had been reeling through the 2010’s, with a record of 7-23 in the three seasons before Dougherty’s arrival.

The first year was tough, as Woodson finished 2-8. There was a peep of success in 2015, as the Cavaliers raised their record to 4-6. Finally, in 2016, the Cavs finished the regular season at 5-5, and earned a berth to the playoffs, where they lost in the first round to eventual state champion Westfield.

To hear Dougherty speak of W.T. Woodson would give one the impression that he was in an idyllic coaching situation.

“I loved coaching at Woodson. In fact, it is possible that three of our former players will be starting at Virginia Tech this fall. I can’t wait to see them.”

In short, Dougherty was not looking for a job when the vacant Lake Braddock position appeared on the Fairfax County Public Schools website. However, the fact that it became available with the departure of Jim Poythress, intrigued the Cavs’ head whistle.

“This was the first time I wasn’t looking for a job. But when a job like Lake Braddock comes up, you have to be interested. So I applied.”

Buoyed by the improvement shown with his Woodson team, Dougherty’s application drew serious interest, which led to an interview with Lake Braddock officials and eventually, the job.

The Bruins were one of the top teams in Northern Virginia last season, finishing the 2016 campaign with a 9-1 record, and winning two playoff games before being ousted in a surprisingly convincing manner by South Lakes, who toppled Lake Braddock 40-22 on the road.

Lake Braddock will also be missing a number of star players from last year, including two All-Staters – 1,800-yard running back Lamont Atkins and tight end Andrew Park, who both signed with the University of Maryland.

“We graduated nine of our 11 offensive starters, and six of our defensive starters,” said Dougherty, evaluating his team’s needs. “We’re going to have some holes to fill on the line. That group last year was the biggest I had ever seen in high school, averaging about 300 pounds across the offensive line.”

Still, the cupboard is not bare for Dougherty, particularly at a school like Lake Braddock that has enjoyed decades of athletic success in most of its sports.

Asked about players who have stood out so far, Dougherty was quick to name Tyler Metheny, who may fill some of the multi-purpose slots which were vacated with the graduation of Ibrahim Mansaray.

“He’s going to play all over the place.”

Jordan Cobb should be the top defensive back for the Bruins. And Dougherty looks forward to a quarterback competition between Jack Darcy, who split snaps with senior Ty Crabb last season, and Quentin James, a 6-1 rising junior who has been utilized as a cornerback and wide receiver. According to Dougherty, “he (James) did play some quarterback as a freshman, so we’ll have him out there.”

Looking back at his first three weeks, he readily admits that “I have been real impressed so far.”

Dougherty gained another surprise with his move as twelve of his assistants from Woodson will be making the transfer with him, helping to maintain cohesiveness.

But the coach is willing to tweak his system when needed.

“I started out as a double-wing guy. But when I got to Stonewall Jackson, I learned that our players were better when they spread the ball out. And that’s when we started scoring.”

Dougherty is known for his up-tempo offenses, which give defenders scant opportunities for rest. At Woodson, the Cavaliers, led by QB Jojo Heisley, averaged a whopping 77 plays per game.

“Our weapon is our up-tempo (offense). We force our opponents to keep us with us, and the goal is to run 80 plays per game.”

The Bruins and Dougherty will undergo a baptism by fire to start off 2017. Asked about his goal for the upcoming season, the coach was blunt.

“To get through September.”

Indeed, Lake Braddock will open the season against a veritable Murderer’s Row of teams. The August 25 season opener will be on the road against two-time defending 6A champion Westfield. In the second game, the Bruins will host West Potomac (8-4 last year), followed by another home game, against 5A state runner-up Stone Bridge.

In a parting thought, Dougherty summed up his first three games with one telling sentence. “We’ll see what we’re made of really quick.”

– Jim McGrath

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: whatsupdocuask4it ()
Date: May 30, 2017 08:41PM

Can you say 0-3 Lake Braddock!!! if lucky they win 1 of those games. They still have to play Robinson, SoCo and Oakton. not looking to good for them. 5-5 at best.

HS offenses trying to run all that up tempo stuff, it never works. His goal is to run 80 plays a game? All that that hurry up stuff does it make players make to many mistakes and turn the ball over. The focus becomes on running a number of plays rather then scoring.

The better teams such as Westfield Centreville Robinson, SoCO will shut all that non sense down. I hope he has a back up plan when that happens.

Sorry Doc not feeling it with Braddock this year

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: crazylbstuff ()
Date: May 30, 2017 08:52PM

I agree I think Braddock will struggle, new coaching staff, unfavorable schedule. to many holes to fill with loss of standout players. That Metheny is a beast state championship wrestler too.

I believe Woodson had a really good team in 2009 season didn't they play for the regional title?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: 4pvng ()
Date: May 30, 2017 09:33PM

whatsupdocuask4it Wrote:
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> The better teams such as Westfield Centreville
> Robinson, SoCO will shut all that non sense down.
> I hope he has a back up plan when that happens.

Haha. That's exactly the kind of offense SoCo runs. I don't think they think it is nonsense.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: YEMCW ()
Date: May 31, 2017 08:24AM

4pvng Wrote:
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> whatsupdocuask4it Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
>
> > The better teams such as Westfield Centreville
> > Robinson, SoCO will shut all that non sense
> down.
> > I hope he has a back up plan when that happens.
>
> Haha. That's exactly the kind of offense SoCo
> runs. I don't think they think it is nonsense.

That's cute, how's that worked out for them?
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Posted by: KU3JG ()
Date: May 31, 2017 08:27AM

4pvng Wrote:
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> whatsupdocuask4it Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
>
> > The better teams such as Westfield Centreville
> > Robinson, SoCO will shut all that non sense
> down.
> > I hope he has a back up plan when that happens.
>
> Haha. That's exactly the kind of offense SoCo
> runs. I don't think they think it is nonsense.

That hurry-spread is scary alright.
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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Johnny Reb - Loudoun ()
Date: June 03, 2017 01:25PM

"Westfield would have finished in 5th place in Conference 14 in 5A."


Just saying...

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: State Baby ()
Date: June 05, 2017 05:32PM

Westfield would have still finished 1st in the State Title game!

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: State Baby ()
Date: June 05, 2017 05:33PM

Just saying....

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017VD ()
Date: June 05, 2017 05:35PM

The question, is this the END of Westfield's reign in 6A for 2017?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Chief keef ()
Date: June 05, 2017 06:09PM

Fuckers in school telling me, always in the barber shop Chief Keef ain't bout this, Chief Keef ain't bout that My boy a BD on fucking Lamron and them He, he they say that nigga don't be putting in no work SHUT THE FUCK UP! Y'all niggas ain't know shit All ya motherfuckers talk about Chief Keef ain't no hitta Chief Keef ain't this Chief Keef a fake SHUT THE FUCK UP Ya'll don't live with that nigga Y'all know that nigga got caught with a ratchet Shootin' at the police and shit Nigga been on probation since fuckin, I don't know when! Motherfuckers stop fuckin' playin' him like that Them niggas savages out there If I catch another motherfucker talking sweet about Chief Keef I'm fucking beating they ass! I'm not fucking playing no more You know those niggas roll with Lil' Reese and them

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 05, 2017 06:26PM

I have ZERO understanding of the above jibber jabber. Did I touch a nerve for some one. Anyway, it sure is entertaining, no on can deny that!

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Chief Quief ()
Date: June 05, 2017 09:41PM

Chief Quief GTFOOH...Jibber Jabber BS..your Bald a** ain't got no hair to be in Da Barber shop!

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: The Real Bulldogs ()
Date: June 06, 2017 07:44AM

Johnny Reb - Loudoun Wrote:
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> "Westfield would have finished in 5th place in
> Conference 14 in 5A."
>
>
> Just saying...


And y'all would've still managed to choke in the big game
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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 06, 2017 08:02PM

If not Westfield then who will win the 6A North Region Title in 2017?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: DImitri Schiffres ()
Date: June 06, 2017 08:20PM

Still obsessing over young boys? You faggots really need to out more.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 12, 2017 12:57PM

Colonial Forge runs the gauntlet to win the Falls Church 7-on-7

by Jim McGrath, recruitNoVA

By all accounts, Saturday’s Falls Church 7-on-7 Tournament was a rousing success.

In fact, the championship game featured an added treat. Squaring off for the title were the host team, the Jaguars, against Colonial Forge, last year’s 6A state semifinalist.

In a sense, the game featured the older…ahem… more experienced, against the new. Prowling the sidelines for Colonial Forge was coach Bill Brown, with over 250 victories in his back pocket, as well as a pair AAA Division 6 state championships, won with Hylton in 1998 and 1999.

On the other sideline was Jaguar coach Said Aziz, fresh off a 7-4 campaign, while sporting a 30-26 career record in five years overall at Falls Church. Aziz has performed wonders with the team since taking over after a 0-10 season in 2011; however, the age and experience difference between the opposing coaches created quite a wide chasm.

How wide? Speaking on Sunday, Aziz noted that he wasn’t sure how many victories his opponent had, but that he would be happy to secure half as many during his career. And finally, the coup de grace. Speaking to the topic of coaching longevity, he added, “I think that he’s been coaching ever since I was born.” When was that? “1980.”

Further review shows that Brown worked his first job, as coach at Potomac High, for 12 years, finishing after the 1991 season, but starting in the fall of … 1980.

Experience, and eventually talent, helped the visitors, who stormed to a 40-13 victory over Falls Church to win the Passing League.

The day featured each of the 24 teams playing five games, one per hour, and in 30-minute intervals to give maximum usage to the six game fields. In all, almost one-third of the region’s 85 schools were in attendance. After the final 1:30 game, the top eight teams were determined and seeded into an eight-game playoff. At 2 PM, all of the teams were set – Dominion, John Champe, Falls Church, Broad Run, Colonial Forge, Madison, Tuscarora, and Washington-Lee. Falls Church toppled former National District rival W-L in the first round, while Broad Run beat Madison, Forge overcame Dominion, and John Champe defeated Tuscarora.

In round two, Falls Church beat Broad Run, while Colonial Forge beat Tuscarora to set up the final.

PHOTOS FROM SATURDAY’S FALLS CHURCH 7-on-7 WILL SOON BE AVAILABLE IN THE GALLERY ON RECRUITNOVA.COM!

Aziz, maintaining a low-key attitude called the final four, “Three elite teams, and us.”
Bill Brown - Said Aziz

Head Coaches Bill Brown of Colonial Forge and Said Aziz of Falls Church (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruitNoVA)
However, he was more serious when talking of the ability of his conference, which will revert back to its National District roots for the 2017 season.

“We did well,” said Aziz. “We don’t get the recognition we deserve (as a conference), but some of our players can play with anybody. Then look at Chad Lewis. He’s the new coach at Edison, but he has a lot of experience and could have coached at any school he wanted. He chose Edison in order to be near his home.”

The old National District was known for its student diversity, and the current list of Capitol Conference (13) schools includes Edison, Falls Church, Marshall, Wakefield, J.E.B. Stuart, Robert E. Lee (Springfield) and Thomas Jefferson for S&T. The one common theme among the schools is that they are all either inside the Beltway, or less than a half-mile outside the ring which circles the D.C. Metro area.

“Inside of the Beltway, it is much more diverse, and you don’t necessarily have as many football players,” said Aziz. Our school is 50% Hispanic, and many of them tend to be more interested in other sports.”

However, now in its seventh year, the 7-on-7 Tournament has been a great success for Aziz. “Part of the reason it works is that we are centrally located (just inside the Beltway and off Rte. 50), and we have room to do it. We use six fields and most of them have recently been changed to turf.” Laughing, he added, “I also like to think that we get along with most schools.”

Other factors include the success of the previous events, a good social media presence to promote the league, and the promise of a well-run, organized league with good competition, as well as five 30-minute games to get in a fair amount of work.

“Guys can get the kinks out and throw the ball around,” said Aziz.

The camp offered veteran coaches a chance to review their troops, but also gave some new coaches a first good look at some of their players. Among the first year coaches in attendance were Mike Grandizio of Paul VI, Joshua Wild of Park View, and John Scholla of McLean.

Wild, in particular, has been struggling to see his new team. The new Patriot is still finishing this school year at his current position in Virginia’s Northern Neck at Westmoreland County HS.

“We didn’t get to have spring practice, so we’ll meet from June 19-23, and then again on June 26-29, with something that I call the “Red Carpet” on the 29th. That way, we’ll have something to build into August,” said Wild, who had only seen his team three times before Saturday.

As long as Aziz can continue avoiding the final SAT weekend of the school year, and drawing top-notch teams to his fields in West Falls Church, the 7-on-7 Passing League should be a fixture for years to come.

In a parting thought, he summed up the day. “We had a lot of good football players out here today.”

– Jim McGrath

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Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 12, 2017 01:55PM

Bump

Colonial Forge runs the gauntlet to win the Falls Church 7-on-7

by Jim McGrath, recruitNoVA

By all accounts, Saturday’s Falls Church 7-on-7 Tournament was a rousing success.

In fact, the championship game featured an added treat. Squaring off for the title were the host team, the Jaguars, against Colonial Forge, last year’s 6A state semifinalist.

In a sense, the game featured the older…ahem… more experienced, against the new. Prowling the sidelines for Colonial Forge was coach Bill Brown, with over 250 victories in his back pocket, as well as a pair AAA Division 6 state championships, won with Hylton in 1998 and 1999.

On the other sideline was Jaguar coach Said Aziz, fresh off a 7-4 campaign, while sporting a 30-26 career record in five years overall at Falls Church. Aziz has performed wonders with the team since taking over after a 0-10 season in 2011; however, the age and experience difference between the opposing coaches created quite a wide chasm.

How wide? Speaking on Sunday, Aziz noted that he wasn’t sure how many victories his opponent had, but that he would be happy to secure half as many during his career. And finally, the coup de grace. Speaking to the topic of coaching longevity, he added, “I think that he’s been coaching ever since I was born.” When was that? “1980.”

Further review shows that Brown worked his first job, as coach at Potomac High, for 12 years, finishing after the 1991 season, but starting in the fall of … 1980.

Experience, and eventually talent, helped the visitors, who stormed to a 40-13 victory over Falls Church to win the Passing League.

The day featured each of the 24 teams playing five games, one per hour, and in 30-minute intervals to give maximum usage to the six game fields. In all, almost one-third of the region’s 85 schools were in attendance. After the final 1:30 game, the top eight teams were determined and seeded into an eight-game playoff. At 2 PM, all of the teams were set – Dominion, John Champe, Falls Church, Broad Run, Colonial Forge, Madison, Tuscarora, and Washington-Lee. Falls Church toppled former National District rival W-L in the first round, while Broad Run beat Madison, Forge overcame Dominion, and John Champe defeated Tuscarora.

In round two, Falls Church beat Broad Run, while Colonial Forge beat Tuscarora to set up the final.

PHOTOS FROM SATURDAY’S FALLS CHURCH 7-on-7 WILL SOON BE AVAILABLE IN THE GALLERY ON RECRUITNOVA.COM!

Aziz, maintaining a low-key attitude called the final four, “Three elite teams, and us.”
Bill Brown - Said Aziz

Head Coaches Bill Brown of Colonial Forge and Said Aziz of Falls Church (Photo: Andy Hilton/recruitNoVA)
However, he was more serious when talking of the ability of his conference, which will revert back to its National District roots for the 2017 season.

“We did well,” said Aziz. “We don’t get the recognition we deserve (as a conference), but some of our players can play with anybody. Then look at Chad Lewis. He’s the new coach at Edison, but he has a lot of experience and could have coached at any school he wanted. He chose Edison in order to be near his home.”

The old National District was known for its student diversity, and the current list of Capitol Conference (13) schools includes Edison, Falls Church, Marshall, Wakefield, J.E.B. Stuart, Robert E. Lee (Springfield) and Thomas Jefferson for S&T. The one common theme among the schools is that they are all either inside the Beltway, or less than a half-mile outside the ring which circles the D.C. Metro area.

“Inside of the Beltway, it is much more diverse, and you don’t necessarily have as many football players,” said Aziz. Our school is 50% Hispanic, and many of them tend to be more interested in other sports.”

However, now in its seventh year, the 7-on-7 Tournament has been a great success for Aziz. “Part of the reason it works is that we are centrally located (just inside the Beltway and off Rte. 50), and we have room to do it. We use six fields and most of them have recently been changed to turf.” Laughing, he added, “I also like to think that we get along with most schools.”

Other factors include the success of the previous events, a good social media presence to promote the league, and the promise of a well-run, organized league with good competition, as well as five 30-minute games to get in a fair amount of work.

“Guys can get the kinks out and throw the ball around,” said Aziz.

The camp offered veteran coaches a chance to review their troops, but also gave some new coaches a first good look at some of their players. Among the first year coaches in attendance were Mike Grandizio of Paul VI, Joshua Wild of Park View, and John Scholla of McLean.

Wild, in particular, has been struggling to see his new team. The new Patriot is still finishing this school year at his current position in Virginia’s Northern Neck at Westmoreland County HS.

“We didn’t get to have spring practice, so we’ll meet from June 19-23, and then again on June 26-29, with something that I call the “Red Carpet” on the 29th. That way, we’ll have something to build into August,” said Wild, who had only seen his team three times before Saturday.

As long as Aziz can continue avoiding the final SAT weekend of the school year, and drawing top-notch teams to his fields in West Falls Church, the 7-on-7 Passing League should be a fixture for years to come.

In a parting thought, he summed up the day. “We had a lot of good football players out here today.”

– Jim McGrath

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Frequent Watched of WF Football ()
Date: June 12, 2017 02:04PM

HS Football 2017 Wrote:
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> Bump
>
> Colonial Forge runs the gauntlet to win the Falls
> Church 7-on-7
>
> by Jim McGrath, recruitNoVA
>
> By all accounts, Saturday’s Falls Church 7-on-7
> Tournament was a rousing success.
>
> In fact, the championship game featured an added
> treat. Squaring off for the title were the host
> team, the Jaguars, against Colonial Forge, last
> year’s 6A state semifinalist.
>
> In a sense, the game featured the older…ahem…
> more experienced, against the new. Prowling the
> sidelines for Colonial Forge was coach Bill Brown,
> with over 250 victories in his back pocket, as
> well as a pair AAA Division 6 state championships,
> won with Hylton in 1998 and 1999.
>
> On the other sideline was Jaguar coach Said Aziz,
> fresh off a 7-4 campaign, while sporting a 30-26
> career record in five years overall at Falls
> Church. Aziz has performed wonders with the team
> since taking over after a 0-10 season in 2011;
> however, the age and experience difference between
> the opposing coaches created quite a wide chasm.
>
> How wide? Speaking on Sunday, Aziz noted that he
> wasn’t sure how many victories his opponent had,
> but that he would be happy to secure half as many
> during his career. And finally, the coup de grace.
> Speaking to the topic of coaching longevity, he
> added, “I think that he’s been coaching ever
> since I was born.” When was that? “1980.”
>
> Further review shows that Brown worked his first
> job, as coach at Potomac High, for 12 years,
> finishing after the 1991 season, but starting in
> the fall of … 1980.
>
> Experience, and eventually talent, helped the
> visitors, who stormed to a 40-13 victory over
> Falls Church to win the Passing League.
>
> The day featured each of the 24 teams playing five
> games, one per hour, and in 30-minute intervals to
> give maximum usage to the six game fields. In all,
> almost one-third of the region’s 85 schools were
> in attendance. After the final 1:30 game, the top
> eight teams were determined and seeded into an
> eight-game playoff. At 2 PM, all of the teams were
> set – Dominion, John Champe, Falls Church, Broad
> Run, Colonial Forge, Madison, Tuscarora, and
> Washington-Lee. Falls Church toppled former
> National District rival W-L in the first round,
> while Broad Run beat Madison, Forge overcame
> Dominion, and John Champe defeated Tuscarora.
>
> In round two, Falls Church beat Broad Run, while
> Colonial Forge beat Tuscarora to set up the
> final.
>
> PHOTOS FROM SATURDAY’S FALLS CHURCH 7-on-7 WILL
> SOON BE AVAILABLE IN THE GALLERY ON
> RECRUITNOVA.COM!
>
> Aziz, maintaining a low-key attitude called the
> final four, “Three elite teams, and us.”
> Bill Brown - Said Aziz
>
> Head Coaches Bill Brown of Colonial Forge and Said
> Aziz of Falls Church (Photo: Andy
> Hilton/recruitNoVA)
> However, he was more serious when talking of the
> ability of his conference, which will revert back
> to its National District roots for the 2017
> season.
>
> “We did well,” said Aziz. “We don’t get
> the recognition we deserve (as a conference), but
> some of our players can play with anybody. Then
> look at Chad Lewis. He’s the new coach at
> Edison, but he has a lot of experience and could
> have coached at any school he wanted. He chose
> Edison in order to be near his home.”
>
> The old National District was known for its
> student diversity, and the current list of Capitol
> Conference (13) schools includes Edison, Falls
> Church, Marshall, Wakefield, J.E.B. Stuart, Robert
> E. Lee (Springfield) and Thomas Jefferson for S&T.
> The one common theme among the schools is that
> they are all either inside the Beltway, or less
> than a half-mile outside the ring which circles
> the D.C. Metro area.
>
> “Inside of the Beltway, it is much more diverse,
> and you don’t necessarily have as many football
> players,” said Aziz. Our school is 50% Hispanic,
> and many of them tend to be more interested in
> other sports.”
>
> However, now in its seventh year, the 7-on-7
> Tournament has been a great success for Aziz.
> “Part of the reason it works is that we are
> centrally located (just inside the Beltway and off
> Rte. 50), and we have room to do it. We use six
> fields and most of them have recently been changed
> to turf.” Laughing, he added, “I also like to
> think that we get along with most schools.”
>
> Other factors include the success of the previous
> events, a good social media presence to promote
> the league, and the promise of a well-run,
> organized league with good competition, as well as
> five 30-minute games to get in a fair amount of
> work.
>
> “Guys can get the kinks out and throw the ball
> around,” said Aziz.
>
> The camp offered veteran coaches a chance to
> review their troops, but also gave some new
> coaches a first good look at some of their
> players. Among the first year coaches in
> attendance were Mike Grandizio of Paul VI, Joshua
> Wild of Park View, and John Scholla of McLean.
>
> Wild, in particular, has been struggling to see
> his new team. The new Patriot is still finishing
> this school year at his current position in
> Virginia’s Northern Neck at Westmoreland County
> HS.
>
> “We didn’t get to have spring practice, so
> we’ll meet from June 19-23, and then again on
> June 26-29, with something that I call the “Red
> Carpet” on the 29th. That way, we’ll have
> something to build into August,” said Wild, who
> had only seen his team three times before
> Saturday.
>
> As long as Aziz can continue avoiding the final
> SAT weekend of the school year, and drawing
> top-notch teams to his fields in West Falls
> Church, the 7-on-7 Passing League should be a
> fixture for years to come.
>
> In a parting thought, he summed up the day. “We
> had a lot of good football players out here
> today.”
>
> – Jim McGrath


These 7 on 7 tournaments are nice for coaches, players, and fans in regard to stats and skill players but that's about it. Unless you have the players in the trenches to allow your offense to execute, or shut down an opponent on the defensive side, they're not much of an indicator. It's fairly easy to throw passes, under a clock, when you don't have pressure in your face. It's also fairly easy for receivers to go across the middle knowing they don't have to fear getting drilled by an opposing DB or LB. Skill can only take you so far in football, don't get me wrong, it's nice to have, but so are solid O & D lines.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 12, 2017 02:19PM

Agree, 7 vs 7 is not much but until VHSL allows Spring Football, with pads, this all that there is.

VHSL SHOULD allow for a limited period of time, spring full contact football.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 12, 2017 10:00PM

Does WCAC play spring football?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 13, 2017 08:35AM

Any big news on significant transfers yet? This is the time of year we normally hear of them, right?

I won't let this thread die. Unless the spammer puts up a full denial of service cluster, I will be here. It doesn't bother me to go find the thread5 pages deep and bump it back up.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: NOVA Observer ()
Date: June 13, 2017 11:12AM

I was there on Saturday, and my question is how does Falls Church have decent talent? Aren't they mostly El Salvadorian?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: FootballOldtimer ()
Date: June 13, 2017 12:55PM

Probably a waste to post this since it will be followed by 10 pages of drug ads
BUT
Does anyone know who is the new coach for Woodson?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: MYLHY ()
Date: June 13, 2017 03:24PM

"I was there on Saturday, and my question is how does Falls Church have decent talent? Aren't they mostly El Salvadorian?"

Great coaching. Their Freshman teams aren't usually very good, since they are just learning the game. Then the coaches "coach 'em up" and adjust for what they have. I heard Aziz talk at a clinic last year, and he views it that he is tied to his players, not a system.

LB really screwed the pooch by letting him go.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 13, 2017 06:18PM

How will Lake Baddock do in 2017?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: GTNXF ()
Date: June 13, 2017 06:40PM

NOVA Observer Wrote:
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> I was there on Saturday, and my question is how
> does Falls Church have decent talent? Aren't they
> mostly El Salvadorian?

Hey dummy, if you were there on Sat cuz you would've seen the FCHS talent. Stupid ass statement. Come on out with your racist bs and say what you really want to you punk bitch.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: 7on7 tournament ()
Date: June 13, 2017 06:45PM

Colonial Forge dropped their first game to small 4A Dominoon HS from LOCO. Don't know what that means if anything.

Is there a list of all the schools that participated? Wonder if CVHS fielded a team if so how they did?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 13, 2017 08:11PM

From what I read in the Ultimate Recruit article, no top tier, elite teams were in that tournament.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 14, 2017 03:31PM

Daily Bump.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 14, 2017 04:20PM

Still here

I predict Rodinson vs Centreville & Robinson as 2017 6A North Champs...

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Falls Church Blows ()
Date: June 14, 2017 04:42PM

Look, Aziz has done a nice job for where he is and what he has to work with, but whomever took the time to write that glowing review about winning a 7 v 7 competition obviously has some skin in the game. Go to vhsl-reference.com and take a look at the program over the past five or six years. They have feasted on the weakest teams in the state. I believe Aziz has three wins over teams with winning records on his resume, and those teams were barely that! They get pasted every single time they face anyone who is remotely decent.

Look at this year's schedule. They will smoke the Sisters of the Poor, and get destroyed by South Lakes. Because of their winning record, they will be awarded a decent seed in the playoffs, and get crushed by the first Loudoun team they see.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Fake Football News... ()
Date: June 14, 2017 04:46PM

Broad Run parent here. The Ram the posted on Robinson making it to the finals against Centreville obviously meant to post that at The Onion.

They rolled over and died in the Varsity game last year. No fight, no size, and what is worse... no talent.

If our QB wasn't already defeating the Varsity and played in the JV game, the Spartans would have won that game going away as well.

.500 team, talent, and coaching.

Actually, coaches are dirty so I put them even lower.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 14, 2017 05:02PM

I predict Battlefied vs South County in the 6A North Final with Battlefield the Champs.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 14, 2017 05:10PM

Westfield - Nolan Cockrill
Westfield (File Photo: Sam Mizelle/recruitNoVA)

Nolan Cockrill verbally commits to Army
by John Harvey, recruitNoVA

Most high school athletes only dream of playing for a state championship. Nolan Cockrill guided Westfield High to back-to-back Class 6A state crown.

The 6-foot-3, 230 pound junior will hope to carry on that championship pedigree to the college level as he recently verbally committed to an appointment to play football at the United State Military Academy in West Point.

Nolan Cockrill
Westfield TE/DE Nolan Cockrill (Photo: Sam Mizelle/recruitNoVA)

“The opportunity to play at the next level means everything and I’m very grateful that I get the chance to attend such a premiere institution, along with playing the sport that I have loved since I was a kid,” Cockrill said.
The junior was a standout on both sides of the Bulldogs last fall. Offensively he caught a pair of touchdowns against Oscar Smith to lead the Bulldogs to a 34-28 double overtime victory in the state championship game. He was also a factor in the run game as an aggressive run blocker that knows how to set the edge.

Defensively, Cockrill anchored Westfield’s attack. He led the team in sacks and was a disruptive force at the trenches for the Bulldogs. He earned conference, regional and state honors on both sides of the ball.

West Point defensive coordinator Jay Bateman called Cockrill last month to extend the offer.

“He told me they loved my skill set and versatility, along with the toughness and the fact that I’m a strong student,” Cockrill said. “The coaches at West Point see me as a defensive end.”
Cockrill noted that there was plenty of interest in him from colleges. He had offers from Elon University and Kent State and had interest from the University of Virginia and James Madison.

He’s not quite sure what he wants to study in college level.

The junior admits he still has unfinished business left at Westfield, including pursuit of another state crown.

“For my senior year, I hope to see more (action) on the defensive side of the ball,” Cockrill said. “But I will play anywhere I can help the team accomplish our ultimate goal.”

– John Harvey

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 14, 2017 05:32PM

Bump

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 14, 2017 06:04PM

Oakton vs Westfield & Oakton wins 6A North Title.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: B4PWM ()
Date: June 14, 2017 06:10PM

HS Football 2017 Wrote:
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> Oakton vs Westfield & Oakton wins 6A North Title.

This is the football thread not the baseball thread. Are you kidding me, you're posting this for laughs or to troll, so I'll bite. They stunk last year, relied on a freshman RB who tore his ACL & 5'7" QB with a noodle arm. Good luck, you won't even beat Chantilly let alone Madison, there's no way you get by WHS.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: C9E4Y ()
Date: June 14, 2017 06:16PM

HS Football 2017 Wrote:
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> Still here
>
> I predict Rodinson vs Centreville & Robinson as
> 2017 6A North Champs...


Unless the Rams have found a QB that can hit the broad side of a barn they are not beating CVHS (let's face it, CVHS is a better version of the Rams esp @ QB & coaching staff). CVHS has players that can actually throw and catch.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 14, 2017 07:04PM

I am trolling my own thread... But it IS keeping it active in the midst of the drug spam crap.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Bullcougar ()
Date: June 14, 2017 07:04PM

HS Football 2017 Wrote:
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> Oakton vs Westfield & Oakton wins 6A North Title.


Would be my dream game, but alas, my cougars have sucked for quite a long time now. Bulldogs are the team to beat as the defending champs.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: WF insider ()
Date: June 14, 2017 09:45PM

After watching both I think Robinson has better offensive and defensive schemes. CVille has better players. Robinson is more physical. CVille is more athletic. They have played each other pretty close the last few years.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: football 2018 ()
Date: June 15, 2017 08:25AM

John Harvey did a Nice Job reporting on Another Student Athlete in the Northern Region that will have an Opportunity to Further his Education and Play Football at the Next Level...For Clarity and Fairness to all Parties..

Quotation Marks around a statement mean the Individual being Reported on provided that Statement.

No Quotation Marks, the reporters Words

The Westfield Defense was Led by All-State Players:
Kevin Petrillo
Aaron Daise
Zach Jewell
Joey Free
Nolan Cockrill (3 rivalry games & play-offs)

Jewell in fact was the Team Leader in Sacks, tie-ing or Breaking School record with 15.5 on year.

Additionally the Defense had key Contributions from; Logan Demoney,Naz Calhoun, Eric Schweiger, Cole Roberson, Hunter Lydic, Taylor Morin, Israel McLean, Sadhiq Hinton, Nick Delvechio, Russ Steinhilber and Ladarian Rivers. A Concerted Team Effort aided by "The Leg" and a Coaching Staff that always had them prepared.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Frequent Watched of WF Football ()
Date: June 15, 2017 08:50AM

football 2018 Wrote:
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> John Harvey did a Nice Job reporting on Another
> Student Athlete in the Northern Region that will
> have an Opportunity to Further his Education and
> Play Football at the Next Level...For Clarity and
> Fairness to all Parties..
>
> Quotation Marks around a statement mean the
> Individual being Reported on provided that
> Statement.
>
> No Quotation Marks, the reporters Words
>
> The Westfield Defense was Led by All-State
> Players:
> Kevin Petrillo
> Aaron Daise
> Zach Jewell
> Joey Free
> Nolan Cockrill (3 rivalry games & play-offs)
>
> Jewell in fact was the Team Leader in Sacks,
> tie-ing or Breaking School record with 15.5 on
> year.
>
> Additionally the Defense had key Contributions
> from; Logan Demoney,Naz Calhoun, Eric Schweiger,
> Cole Roberson, Hunter Lydic, Taylor Morin, Israel
> McLean, Sadhiq Hinton, Nick Delvechio, Russ
> Steinhilber and Ladarian Rivers. A Concerted Team
> Effort aided by "The Leg" and a Coaching Staff
> that always had them prepared.


Not sure what point it is you're attempting to make.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Football 2018 ()
Date: June 15, 2017 09:26AM

Point: The "Facts" are the "Facts" Nothing More, Jewell who had an Unbelievable Season lead the Team in Sacks. It wouldn't have taken much research to know that.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 15, 2017 10:01AM

So, how many of the below players were lost to graduation in 2017?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: pl6kx ()
Date: June 15, 2017 11:11AM

Returning from that arbitrary list are:

Cockrill
DeMoney
Schwieger
Morin
McLean
Hinton
DiVecchia
Steinhilber

Assuming they all play football this fall.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: X9WKE ()
Date: June 15, 2017 12:28PM

Broad Run parent here. The Ram the posted on Robinson making it to the finals against Centreville obviously meant to post that at The Onion.

They rolled over and died in the Varsity game last year. No fight, no size, and what is worse... no talent.

If our QB wasn't already defeating the Varsity and played in the JV game, the Spartans would have won that game going away as well.

.500 team, talent, and coaching.

Actually, coaches are dirty so I put them even lower.


How exactly are the coaches dirty? I have never heard anyone make accuse them of anything even remotely out of line. In fact, the parents I know from Robinson feel it is the exact opposite, that they try too hard to walk the straight and narrow. What do you know?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 15, 2017 12:48PM

Good question, what gives?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Frequent Watched of WF Football ()
Date: June 15, 2017 01:24PM

Football 2018 Wrote:
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> Point: The "Facts" are the "Facts" Nothing More,
> Jewell who had an Unbelievable Season lead the
> Team in Sacks. It wouldn't have taken much
> research to know that.


Okay, but if you're referring to the original article it wasn't about Westfield, it was about Cockrill. Jewell, Petrillo, Johnson, Delaney, Free, etc. have already had articles about them. It's now onto the upcoming graduating class which there seems to be only one who currently holds any offers. Not to be an ass but when you talk about current Westfield football, with the exception of Cockrill, every other kid in my post is technically no longer part of the program.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: reading comprehension ()
Date: June 15, 2017 02:04PM

Not to be an ass either however, the Author erroneously attributed Statistics to another player. I don't work for Recruit Nova or Mr. Harvey they may however send my Editing Check to Oscar Smith Football O.T. Winning Fund.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 15, 2017 05:00PM

What is a Oscar Smith Football O.T. Winning Fund?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: SLAlum ()
Date: June 15, 2017 06:04PM

How come nobody is talking about South Lakes. They return everyone from last year and this is the best class they have had since 2010.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 15, 2017 06:45PM

Could this be South Lake's year to make it to the 6A Northern Regional Finals? Really? You say it's the best teams since 2010? Ok, who are the top players, any of them have DI , Ii, III offers?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 15, 2017 11:15PM

Chirp, chirp..... Chirp, chirp, chirp.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Frequent Watched of WF Football ()
Date: June 16, 2017 08:17AM

SLAlum Wrote:
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> How come nobody is talking about South Lakes. They
> return everyone from last year and this is the
> best class they have had since 2010.


Is this the same South Lakes team that was beaten like a drum by Westfield 42-12 in this past seasons 6A Championship?

Before you go there, yes, WF graduated a good number of solid players. But they did so going into last season, and the season before, and before, etc.. That's just in case your reply was going to have something like, "WF lost a lot of talented players, may be a down year".

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS football fan ()
Date: June 16, 2017 10:43AM

X9WKE Wrote:
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> Broad Run parent here. The Ram the posted on
> Robinson making it to the finals against
> Centreville obviously meant to post that at The
> Onion.
>
> They rolled over and died in the Varsity game last
> year. No fight, no size, and what is worse... no
> talent.
>
> If our QB wasn't already defeating the Varsity and
> played in the JV game, the Spartans would have won
> that game going away as well.
>
> .500 team, talent, and coaching.
>
> Actually, coaches are dirty so I put them even
> lower.
>
>
> How exactly are the coaches dirty? I have never
> heard anyone make accuse them of anything even
> remotely out of line. In fact, the parents I know
> from Robinson feel it is the exact opposite, that
> they try too hard to walk the straight and narrow.
> What do you know?

Totally agree. Robinson gets a lot of hate about how they use cut blocking and their general physicality, but none of it is illegal. They play by the rules. I live in the community and the parents seem to really like the staff as people. They don't always agree with who starts or what plays are called, but I never heard a negative word about their character. They have lots of kids out for the team and the kids seem to happy to be a part of the team. That says a lot to me.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: HS Football 2017 ()
Date: June 16, 2017 11:01AM

How in the world did Briarwoods & Stone Bridge best Westfield?

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Menge ()
Date: June 16, 2017 11:04AM

HS Football 2017 Wrote:
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> How in the world did Briarwoods & Stone Bridge
> best Westfield?


Injuries and not having the right players in the right position until later in the season. As we bulldogs know, it's how you play in the post season, not at the beginning.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: westfieldfootballhistorian ()
Date: June 16, 2017 11:16AM

HS Football 2017 Wrote:
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> How in the world did Briarwoods & Stone Bridge
> best Westfield?

Westfield was in a bit of funk following the highly emotional SoCo game. They did not turn out very well for the TCW, SB and BW games. And vs ROB. This was a stretch of games where they battling some significant injuries leaving them without 4 or 5 key starters for every game.

Combine that with well coached and highly motivated teams looking to knock off the defending state champions and/or get revenge for the previous seasons losses and they just did not get the job done. And SB was a state runner-up so that was a darn good team.

The ROB game was the turning point of the season. After that come-from-behind win they did not have another close game until OS. Actually, I take that back, MAD gave them a good battle.

In sum, they got healthy and kept getting better every game. Their week 15 team would have soundly beaten their week 6 team.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: Couple, three points here... ()
Date: June 16, 2017 06:14PM

Can't believe no one else is backing up dude's claim about Robinson teaching dirty tactics. Cut blocking is one thing, but cut blocking and diving into an occupied lineman's knees is absolutely ridiculous. THEY do teach it, and have for at least the last three years. This is high school. You don't try and win at all costs. Kids have had their seasons ruined by this bullshit. Ask the coaches who play them every year. They know what is up. You think it is fun to see your kid taking on the center one on one, only to have the guard roll into his knee? Not one of the line coaches would hold up on a lie detector. They used to be good. Now they know that they don't have the talent, so they play dirty.

Oh, and the excuses that rolled in about why Westfield lost to Briar and Stone Bridge? Pretty damn funny. You want the truth? The Westfield coaches are better than the 6A coaches that they have to compete against. Talent is close, and if you look back, you would see that Westfield hasn't produced a whole lot more college kids than some of the other top programs. They struggle with Loudoun because Loudoun has similar athletes and top notch coaches. The staff at Westfield almost always take apart a team when they play them a second time. Look at the stats and you can see. A close game in the regular season will be a blowout more often than not in a rematch in the playoffs. And anyone who watched a lot of high school football last year will tell you that 6A was down throughout the state. That helps explain why Stone Bridge manhandled them. Stone Bridge only lost the state because Thompson called for a draw on his own 30 on 4th and 8 when he was already up by 14... and because they had to play Highland Springs instead of a weaker Oscar Smith team.

Boom.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: robramrod ()
Date: June 16, 2017 07:02PM

Posted by: Couple, three points here... ()
Date: June 16, 2017 06:14PM

Can't believe no one else is backing up dude's claim about Robinson teaching dirty tactics.

-------------

Because no one else is a cry baby. Stop whining and play football. Geez, you just make up sh**.

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Re: HS Football 2017
Posted by: dawgpound14 ()
Date: June 16, 2017 07:12PM

LB will win it all this year.
Coach Doc has the boys excited about football

Coach brought a staff who really know their stuff, could be one of the best in the state

LB State Football Champions 2017

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