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2012 All Met Sports High School football preview
(Ellen Weinstein / For The Washington Post)
COVER STORY | High school football coaches are increasingly pulled in a dozen directions by a job that demands lots of attention for little pay.
A handful of familiar faces appear on the Preseason All-Met Watch, including 2010 All-Mets Stefon Diggs, Jonathan Allen, Ken Ekanem and De’Jon Wilson.
From Thursday through November, we’ve got you covered on the top places to be for high school football in the area.
— James Wagner
Wise has played in the past two Maryland 4A finals; can the Pumas advance to a third?
— Paul Tenorio
The Concorde District is again one of the area’s best, with Centreville, Westfield, Robinson and Oakton.
— Josh Barr
Good Counsel is the two-time defending champion. Who will challenge the Falcons at the top?
H.D. Woodson, the three-time defending DCIAA champ, is again the team to beat in the District.
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