Briar Woods takes the field ahead of its 2015 season opener against Tuscarora. (Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)
Football scores and schedule, Fall 2016
Overall record: 5 - 5
Last game:
Away
Patrick Henry-Ashland (VA)
Nov. 11
(L) 53 - 28
Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
3 Ben Maffe WR Sr. 6' 3" 205
1 Samari Springs CB Sr. 5' 11" 160
43 Cole Schaff LB/TE Sr. 6' 1" 205
8 Max Johnson LB Sr. 6' 0" 190
56 Michael McCarthy C Sr. 6' 2" 215
57 Ethan Wolcott C Sr. 5' 10" 240
60 Chris Dimitriou G/OL Sr. 5' 10" 240
66 Alex Ronk OL Sr. 6' 2" 255
74 Tre'Quan Dorsey OL Sr. 6' 3" 305
79 Malek Jiridley OL Sr. 6' 2" 300
6 EJ Krisfalusi WR Sr. 5' 8" 150
15 Kevin Larco WR Sr. 5' 11" 180
11 Skyler Springs QB/S Sr. 6' 0" 170
20 Dominic Carino LB/LB Jr. 5' 9" 170
23 Shawn Wolcott LB/RB Sr. 5' 10" 200
24 Julian Posas RB/LB Jr. 5' 7" 180
37 Matthew Luebke G/RB Jr. 5' 8" 180
9 Brandon Hamm WR/CB Jr. 5' 10" 165
26 Antonio Gomes CB Sr. 5' 10" 145
36 Arun Padmanabban LB/RB Jr. 5' 8" 180
25 Jackson Casillas CB Jr. 6' 0" 180
52 Jordan Ward LB/OL/DE Sr. 6' 1" 225
44 Daniel Robey OL/TE Jr. 6' 2" 195
54 Bryan Bacci OL Jr. 6' 0" 190
75 Jackson Price OL Jr. 6' 3" 310
10 Edgar Moreno K/K Jr. 5' 6" 135
12 Nikolas Schuder WR/LB Jr. 6' 5" 190
4 Riley Garcia TE/LB Sr.
5 Jake Kleifges WR/DE Sr.
84 Scott Blair WR/CB So.
72 Nicholas Turbyfill OL So. 6' 3" 240
69 Malcolm Ettrich OL So.
13 Joseph Groves WR/CB Fr.
14 Kraig Broecker QB/S So.
16 Ryan Walther RB/CB Fr.
17 Camden Gillie LB/RB So.
18 Justin Rutkowski QB So.
19 Jalen Thomas QB Sr.
21 Danny McMinn CB/WR So. 5' 8" 145
22 Drew Goodwyn CB/WR Sr. 6' 1" 185
27 Clay Cohen LB/WR So. 5' 10" 145
28 Miles Gordy CB/WR So.
29 Owen Gurung CB/WR So.
30 Sean Osae CB/WR So.
32 Jalen Woodland CB/WR Jr.
33 Reese Galloway WR So.
47 Adrian Rezk DL So. 190
51 Messayah Asiama G Jr. 5' 8" 200
53 Will Juneau OL Sr. 6' 1" 195
55 Seth Garza DL/C So.
58 Jake Silvas DL/OL So. 5' 10" 230
59 Brody Malloy T/LB So.
61 Costa Dimitriou DL/OL So.
67 Ryland Hamelin DL/OL So.
81 Iman Saeed CB/WR So.
85 Fernando Anduaga CB/WR So.
77 Adam Wadsworth DL/OL So.
88 Aidan Marsh LB/WR So. 6' 1" 170
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