Other Games

Park View (0-0) at Jefferson, W.Va. (1-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7 p.m.

Outlook: Park View opens its season against a tough Jefferson team that defeated Sherando, 21-7, in its opener a week ago. Jefferson QB Patrick Burns threw only four passes but totaled 131 yards and connected twice with WR Josh Brown for touchdowns of 16 and 74 yards. The good news for the Patriots: Sherando RB Joe Oher managed 132 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries against Jefferson. That could mean a big game for junior Deric Dudinski, the AA Dulles District's leading returning rusher, who ran for 1,627 yards last season.

Broad Run (0-1) at Manassas Park (1-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Spartans, led by senior Thayer Nelson's 115 yards rushing and 51 yards receiving, lost a close game to Paul VI last week. This week things get tougher. The Cougars are the Virginia A Division 2 champions and have won 25 consecutive regular season games. QB Jay Terrell, a transfer from Brentsville, totaled 292 yards rushing and passing, and four touchdowns, in a season-opening win over Potomac Falls.

Hedgesville, W.Va. (1-1) at

Potomac Falls (0-1)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: As if things weren't difficult enough for Potomac Falls, which lost starting QB Jonathan Gunning in the preseason to a broken collarbone, backup Dock Horton suffered a concussion in the Panthers' season-opening loss to Manassas Park and is out for at least two more weeks. The injury to Horton forced junior Chase Whitlow, who missed most of the preseason with tendinitis in his elbow, into action. Whitlow completed 3 of 5 passes for 29 yards and rushed for 37 more yards and should continue to improve with experience.

Hyde (0-1) at Heritage (1-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The cohesion that Coach Wes Driskill had been hoping the Pride would show this season was certainly present in its opener. After yielding one touchdown, Heritage rattled off 28 straight points, sparked by an 82-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Dale Taylor, and displayed a healthy mix of passing (111 yards) and rushing (183). Defensively, the Pride held the Pioneers to 182 total yards.

Louisa County (1-0) at

Dominion (0-1)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Dominion struggled in its season-opening loss to George Mason. The Titans offense, particularly its running game, sputtered despite senior QB Chris Whipple completing 12 of 19 passes for 106 yards and no interceptions. Such inconsistency moving the ball left the defense out on the field the majority of the game, something the Titans, who lack depth, can ill afford. Things won't get any easier this week against Louisa County, which last season finished 8-3 and advanced to the Virginia AA Region II Division 4 semifinals.

Potomac, Va. (0-0) at Fauquier (0-1)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Fauquier showed heart and, more importantly, immense potential in its eight-point loss to rival Liberty last week. QB/LB Zac Caito stood out, totaling 247 yards of offense and coming up with several big defensive stops, including causing and recovering a fumble midway through the third quarter that led to a Falcons touchdown. If they can correct their mistakes -- Fauquier scored no points on three other trips inside the Eagles 16-yard line -- success should follow.

Stafford (0-1) at No. 19 Liberty (1-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Liberty's much-heralded defense bent but did not break in its season-opening win over Fauquier, yielding 283 yards, including 203 passing, but only six points. The offense is going to have to improve if the Eagles hope to keep their 22-game regular season win streak alive. Liberty, which was led by RBs Adrian Hull (90 yards) and Bryan Roof (69), twice had drives stall on fourth down when it was unable to convert from one and two yards.

Stone Bridge (0-0) at West Springfield (0-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Stone Bridge, coming off three straight playoff appearances in Class AA, will make its AAA debut against a team that returns 10 starters from a squad that finished 7-3 a year ago in the AAA Patriot District. Junior QB Peter Lalich (6-foot-5, 225), a part-time starter a year ago, will lead the Spartans' offense, while Bulldogs fans will get their first look at junior Terrence Glenn running their single-wing attack.

After last week's win against Fauquier, No. 19 Liberty and Brian Roof, abovre, host Staford at 7:30 tomorrow.