Potomac running back Tayon Fleet-Davis fights through the Douglass defense for a first down during an Oct. 24, 2015 matchup in Oxon Hill. (Preston Keres / For The Washington Post)
Football scores and schedule, Fall 2016
Overall record: 8 - 4
Last game:
Away
Nov. 19
(W) 34 - 32
Date Opponent Score
9-3 Oxon Hill (L) 24 - 8
9-9 @ Norcom 2:00 pm
9-16 @ Wise (L) 51 - 13
9-24 @ Fairmont Heights (W) 20 - 14
10-1 Parkdale (W) 36 - 0
10-7 @ Gwynn Park (W) 42 - 37
10-15 Laurel (W) 55 - 8
10-22 @ Douglass (L) 48 - 32
10-28 @ High Point (W) 2 - 0
11-5 Silver Oak Academy (W) 55 - 3
11-12 Blake (W) 55 - 18
11-19 @ Oxon Hill (W) 34 - 32
11-25 @ Damascus (L) 63 - 28
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