Potomac Falls running back Kash Jackson (24) celebrates a first-quarter touchdown run during the Panthers' Oct. 28 home game against Stone Bridge in Sterling. (Pete Marovich / For The Washington Post)
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
9 Josh Wattawa QB Sr. 6' 0" 140
8 Alex Nemer WR Sr. 6' 0" 160
10 Matthew Macioce CB/RB Sr. 5' 9" 155
24 Kash Jackson RB/LB Sr. 6' 1" 180
51 AJ Mergler OL Sr. 6' 0" 160
58 Xavier Lovelace OL Sr. 6' 0" 225
62 Jacob Printz OL/OL Sr. 6' 0" 155
63 Christian Tessman OL Sr. 6' 0" 200
33 Josh Legarda CB/WR Sr. 5' 10" 155
53 Zagros Asadi OL/DL Jr.
54 Jibreel Causey OL Jr.
6 Kaevon Chase WR/CB Sr.
2 Jordan Day RB Jr.
17 Calvin Elliott WR Jr.
36 Nicholas Ger LB/RB Jr.
23 Nick Hesson CB/WR Jr.
12 Hunter Lawall QB Jr.
11 Miles Lipscomb LB/RB Jr.
35 Grant Misch LB/LB Jr.
3 Ryan Paganelli LB/TE Jr.
4 Jad Raqi RB/CB Jr.
34 Jacob Rasmussen WR Jr.
18 Noah Pohl LB/QB Jr.
57 Bruce Sheppard OL/DL Jr.
30 James Sledge WR/CB Jr.
67 Garrison Smith OL/DL Jr.
74 Sean Meehan OL/DL Jr.
5 Clemont Mpanya RB/LB Jr.
14 Grant Griffith LB Jr.
13 Ethan Fuller QB So.
15 Bryson Riddick WR So.
20 Andre Toppin Jr. RB So.
16 Jack Carr III RB So.
26 Dean Ferguson RB So.
31 Acxel Gomez WR So.
32 Ian Gregory CB So.
42 Ashraful Gazi OL So.
43 Evan Pride RB So.
44 Jack Pooley QB So.
45 Bryan Campos-Guareno RB So.
52 George Ardura LB So.
56 Ethan Gwinn OL So.
64 Connor Eckert OL So.
65 Michael Kaarsberg OL So.
77 Ethan Quick LB So.
19 Zach Whitcomb QB So.
50 Jared Brennan OL Sr.
55 Brandon Leasure OL Sr.
73 Ben Payne OL Jr.
80 Daylon Hogan WR So.
21 Brett Asbury CB So.
40 Kendall Grinnage RB/LB Sr.
59 Matt Middleton OL Sr.
69 Bennett Hamilton OL/DL/DE So.
87 Tad Wood OL/CB So.
60 Jacob Jones OL/DL/DE So.
61 Parsa Bakhshandeh OL So.
68 Jeremy Deras OL/DL/DT/DE So.
83 Alex Mongkolsra WR/CB So.
7 Matt Hytten K Fr.
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