1st Osbourn is making its first playoff appearance since moving to Virginia AAA in 1996 -- and first at any classification since 1992.
1 Playoff victories for Osbourn since 1970. The Eagles beat Waynesboro, 43-8, in a Virginia AA Region II semifinal in 1982.
2 Consecutive playoff appearances for Woodbridge, its best run of postseason success since 1997, when the Vikings reached the playoffs for the fifth straight season.
3 Consecutive undefeated regular seasons for defending Division 2 state champion Manassas Park, which has won 24 straight games overall.
4 Consecutive victories by a Cedar Run District team over a Western Valley District team in the region semifinals. The Cedar Run, which was formed in 2001, can make it five straight if Osbourn beats Franklin County tomorrow.
5 Woodbridge touchdowns, out of 32, not involving senior QB Alex Brown or freshman RB DeAntwan Williams.
6 Different teams that Hylton has beaten in winning seven consecutive Northwestern Region Division 6 titles: Stonewall Jackson (2004), Osbourn Park (2002, 2003), GW-Danville (2001), Potomac (2000), North Stafford (1999) and Gar-Field (1998).
7 Victories for Woodbridge all-time vs. Hylton, the most of any Bulldogs' opponent. That list includes a region semifinal win in 1996.
8 Consecutive seasons reaching the playoffs for Hylton, which is 20-4 with three Division 6 state titles in that span.
9 Combined victories for Osbourn in Steve Schultze's first three seasons as coach. The Eagles have nine wins this season.
10 Victories this season for first-round opponents Goochland and Manassas Park, the only two of the 14 unbeaten teams in the Virginia playoffs that are facing each other in the semifinals.