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George Mason (0-0) at Broad Run (0-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The only team in the AA Dulles District that did not open a week ago was the Spartans. So this, their first test of the 2004 season, will give an early indication if they are continuing the path that took them from an 0-10 record in 2002 to a 6-0 finish to the season last year. Senior QB Kyle Hopeck looks to lead a more balanced offense with help from RBs Marshall Harrison, Andy Lawlor and Thayer Nelson.

Fork Union (1-0) at Heritage (1-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Heritage shined offensively in its 26-19 overtime victory against Millbrook last week, with junior QB Bryan Brosnan passing for a school-record 243 yards and three touchdowns. Senior Chris Hunter caught five of those passes for 191 yards and two touchdowns, scoring on a 78-yard screen pass and a 62-yard hitch pattern. And RBs Matt Lucas and Antoine Stinger also totaled 93 yards rushing against a seven-man front, a huge change from last year's four first-down performance against Millbrook. Fork Union, led by RB Tyrone Wilson, is coming off a 14-0 shut out of Paul VI Catholic.

Hyde (0-1) at Dominion (1-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Dominion Coach Mike Dougherty was not as pleased with the Titans' 34-0 victory over first-year Battlefield as the score would suggest. The reason: seven turnovers. "We were very sloppy," Dougherty said. "There's a lot we need to correct." Still, there were plenty of positives for the second-year Titans, too, including two defensive interceptions returned for touchdowns -- one each by senior Chris Nduku and junior transfer Cameron Hadnot -- in what was the first shutout in school history. Hyde lost to Riverdale Baptist, 38-14.

Jefferson, W. Va. (1-0) at Potomac Falls (0-1)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Potomac Falls had 187 yards of total offense in its 20-18 loss to Broadway last week, a product, mostly, of missed opportunities. The Panthers fumbled five times, including four in the first half. The result left Broadway running 33 first-half plays and Potomac Falls just 13. The defense kept the Panthers in contention, but Potomac Falls failed on a two-point conversion attempt late in the fourth quarter that likely would have forced overtime. Starting linemen Brian Douts and James Collins both missed last week's game because of illness and remain questionable this week. Jefferson, led by Will Grantham's 119 yards rushing and two touchdowns, is coming off a 19-13 win over Sherando.

Park View (1-0) at Culpeper (0-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Park View showed consistency in last week's 44-point victory against a Fort Defiance team that made the playoffs a year ago. The Patriots scored five offensive and two defensive touchdowns and got a 25-yard field goal from kicker Eric Lefebvre, who also was 6 for 6 on extra point attempts. Junior Deric Dudinski rushed for 146 yards (more than eight yards per carry) and three touchdowns. Park View's 53 points were the most since a 56-6 win over Courtland in 1999. Culpeper, which will match Park View's massive size on the line, should provide a stiffer challenge.

Thomas Johnson (0-1) at No. 20 Stone Bridge (1-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Senior Sean Ryan's debut at quarterback for the defending AA Dulles District champions could not have gone better. He completed 68 percent of his passes in a 24-9 victory over Turner Ashby, passing for 165 yards and two first-half touchdowns with no interceptions. Ryan also rushed for a team-high 119 yards and another score on 13 carries. He and the rest of the Bulldogs should find similar success this week against a Thomas Johnson team that was winless in 2003 and totaled 31 points on the season. Two-way starter Andrew Ryan (WB/DB) is doubtful for the game with a bruised back. Thomas Johnson lost last week to Aberdeen, 20-6.