Other Games

Broad Run (0-2) at Jefferson, W.Va. (2-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7 p.m.

Outlook: Broad Run's tough out-of-conference schedule continues. The Spartans have yet to face a team with a loss, as Paul VI Catholic, Manassas Park and now Jefferson each are all 2-0. Broad Run senior RB Thayer Nelson has gone over 100 yards in both losses and shows no sign of slowing. The Spartans will need to eliminate the turnovers that have proved so costly early this season.

Fauquier (0-2) at Stafford (0-2)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Falcons have been close in both of their losses, to No. 19 Liberty and Potomac (Va.). In order to find a way to win against the Indians (AAA Commonwealth), they'll have to shore up a defense that has yielded 37 of its 43 total points in the fourth quarter. Fauquier led Liberty 6-0 heading into the final period before falling, 14-6, and was tied with Potomac at 6 headed into the fourth before losing, 29-6.

Heritage (2-0) at Brentsville (0-1)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Pride has outscored its first two opponents -- Millbrook and Hyde -- by 89-6. Considering Brentsville's 26-0 loss to first-year varsity program Battlefield last week, the spread figures to grow. Heritage senior QB Bryan Brosnan has completed 15 of 22 passes for 241 yards this season and has thrown five touchdown passes and zero interceptions.

Millbrook (1-1) at Dominion (0-2)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Titans have been sluggish offensively -- they've been held scoreless in their first two outings. But Millbrook, despite its record, has proven penetrable. The Pioneers (AA Northwestern District) yielded 28 points to Heritage in their season-opening loss and 20 more to Spotswood in last week's 42-20 win. That -- plus a boost from the home crowd -- should help Dominion post its first points of the season.

Park View (0-1) at Loudoun Valley (1-0)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: Park View suffered a heartbreaking 37-34 loss at Jefferson, W.Va., in its season opener a week ago after it was unable to hold an early 21-0 lead. The fatigue that plagued the Patriots at game's end could be troublesome against a deep Loudoun Valley team that has the luxury of rotating its players frequently. The Vikings hope to have senior RB Tommy Schonder (foot injury) back, but senior Brock Bell proved more than capable of carrying the load last week, totaling 215 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries in a win over Loudoun County.

Rappahannock County (0-2)

at Loudoun County (0-2)

When: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.

Outlook: The Panthers, out of the Class A Bull Run District, and the Raiders have struggled to get their offenses moving. Rappahannock County has totaled 20 points in its first two losses; Loudoun County just 13. Raiders senior QB Patrick McDonough did show potential in last week's loss to Loudoun Valley, narrowly missing on several long passes. If Loudoun County can connect on a couple of those, it will open things up considerably for RBs Morgan Hunt, Dan Slack and Billy Sweeney.

Bye Week: Liberty, Potomac Falls.

-- ANGELA WATTS