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In the season’s second half and with the playoffs approaching, injuries are catching up to some of the Washington area’s top players. DeMatha running back Marcus Coker stays on the team despite a pulled groin muscle that limited him to 11 carries for 61 yards, while running back, Idreis Augustus of Lee, drops to the bubble after missing the Lancers’ second consecutive loss with a pulled groin muscle. Annandale wide receiver Melvin Robinson rejoins the team and North Point junior Connor Crowell makes his debut.

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First Team | Defense


Forestville senior defensive back Antonio Belt (4). (By Mark Gail-- The Washington Post)

DB Antonio Belt DL Austin Copeland LB Connor Crowell LB Javarie Johnson
6-2, 167 » Sr.
6-2, 205 » Jr.
North Point
6-2, 225 » Jr.
6-4, 210 » Sr.
Used mainly as a decoy on
a rainy night while facing double coverage, caught a 20-yard touchdown pass
and intercepted a pass as Knights won their third consecutive game, 18-6
over Friendly.
Had seven tackles and a sack with two forced
fumbles during a 23-3
victory over Forest Park. Gar-Field's defense forced seven turnovers, had three sacks and held the Bruins to 135 total yards.
Leader of a defense that
has posted three consecutive shutouts. Has 63 tackles, 4 sacks and 2 forced fumbles. Has rushed for five touchdowns and returned an interception for another score.
Miami recruit made 11 tackles (5 for loss), 3 sacks and 1 pass breakup in a 42-0 victory over Theodore Roosevelt, the Crimson Tide's seventh consecutive victory.


Wise senior lineman Rahsaan Moore. (By Joel Richardson for The Washington Post)

LB Brian Laiti DL Andre Monroe DL Rahsaan Moore DB Matt Robinson
6-3, 210 » Sr.
St. John's
6-0, 281 » Sr.
6-2, 235 » Sr.
6-3, 200 » Sr.
Virginia Tech recruit and the Rams shut out Westfield in the second half Monday night but allowed a fourth-down touchdown pass in overtime of a 21-20 loss. Maryland recruit made five tackles as Cadets stayed close until a score just before halftime in a 37-7
loss to DeMatha. A tough stretch continues this week, with No. 2 Good Counsel on Friday night.
Coach DaLawn Parrish said he played it safe and held the talented two-way player out of a 46-0 victory over Northwestern because of a sprained ankle; it was the Pumas' sixth consecutive shutout. Maryland recruit recorded nine tackles and blocked a punt as the Raiders posted their first shutout of the season in a 14-0 win over Long Reach to remain undefeated.


Good Counsel senior defensive back Louis Young (1). (By Mark Gail-- The Washington Post)

DB Andre Simmons DB Thomas Stickford LB Chase Williams DB Louis Young
South County
6-1, 195 » Sr.
Lake Braddock
5-11, 180 » Sr.
Loudoun County
6-3, 230 Sr.
Good Counsel
6-0, 180 Sr.
Vanderbilt recruit recorded eight tackles in a 27-3 loss
to Lake Braddock in soggy conditions, just the second time this season the Stallions allowed 20 points
in a game.
Although Bruins Coach Jim Poythress said teams are starting to throw away from him, Stickford broke up four passes, made three tackles and narrowly missed what would have been his seventh interception this season in a 27-3 victory over South County. Virginia Tech recruit remains the central figure of a defense allowing 11.4 points per game and also caught a two-point conversion in a come-from-behind 22-16 victory over Dominion. Caught two passes for 32 yards in a 49-0 victory over Paul VI Catholic. Leads Falcons in receiving (20 catches for 316 yards), pass breakups (5) and interceptions (3).

On the Bubble | Defense

Defensive Linemen:
Josh Alexander, Westlake, Sr.; Jeremiah Attaochu, Carroll, Sr.; Lenden Augillard, Westlake, Sr.; Nick Bonhag, River Hill, Sr.; Keli Doe, Lake Braddock, Sr.; Greg Grant, Sherwood, Sr.; Jake Ruffing, Gonzaga, Sr.; Zavier Stringfellow, Battlefield, Jr.; Jay Whitmire, T.C. Williams, Sr.; Bernard Wolley, Seneca Valley, Jr.
A.J. Bowman, Good Counsel, Sr.; Troy Gloster, Good Counsel, Sr.; Darryl Haley, Woodbridge, Sr.; Roger Hawkins, Quince Orchard, Sr.; Brent Kluge, River Hill, Sr.; Jamal Merritt, Sherwood, Jr.;
Derrick Pettet, Great Mills, Sr.; Chris Pitsenberger, Good Counsel, Sr.; Tyler Winkenson, McDonough, Sr.
Defensive Backs:
Collin Frazer, Woodbridge, Sr.; Jeremiah Johnson, Suitland, Sr.; Andrew Leonard, Oakton, Sr.; Larry Pinkard, Ballou, Sr.; Frank Tamakloe, Good Counsel, Sr.; Andrew Veith, Clarksburg, Sr.;
Lorenzo Waters, DeMatha, Sr.
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