The Panthers (3-3) are the only team other than Hylton with an unbeaten record in the Cardinal District. Those teams play Oct. 26. Potomac has to face Osbourn Park (3-3) and Gar-Field (2-4) before that.
“I’ve always wanted to beat Woodbridge,” Wilkins said as he beamed on the field after the game. “At one point, it was beat Woodbridge and lose the rest of the games and I would be happy.”
The Panthers are playing all their games on the road this season while their stadium undergoes a renovation. As disruptive as that is, the displacement remains a team rallying point of sorts each week.
“I try to tell them, ‘Let’s make their home field our home field,’ ” Wilkins said.
Wilkins, who has committed to Virginia, plans to take official recruiting visits to Miami, Michigan State and North Carolina and perhaps two more schools.
“I love U-Va. I don’t see myself changing at all,” he said. “But I’ve just got to see what I’m missing out on, make sure I made the right decision for myself. I’m 100 percent positive that I did. I just want to explore and take every opportunity to see what else is out there.”
Around Loudoun County
In Friday’s 49-17 win against Woodgrove, McSorley put his full array of talent on display with a record-breaking performance.
McSorley completed 21 of 30 passes for a Briar Woods single-game record 357 yards, and his six touchdown passes broke the record he set in August.
McSorley, who has taken on a greater leadership role this season, has now thrown for 17 touchdowns and only one interception this season and is seventh in the area with 1,312 passing yards.
With McSorley at the helm the Falcons (7-0) have won a pair of AA Division 4 titles and boast a 30-3 record. . . .
The Raiders committed to their spread offense two weeks ago, and the results have been staggering. Lokey has nine touchdown passes in two games as Loudoun County piled up 102 points and allowed only seven in two victories.