1st For the first time, each of the area's three jurisdictions has a representative in the playoffs -- Hylton (Prince William County), Osbourn (City of Manassas) and Manassas Park (City of Manassas Park).

1 Number of games in which Hylton has trailed in the second half this season. That came Friday in a 12-7 victory over Woodbridge.

2 Number of teams from the Prince William area that can advance to the state playoffs. If Manassas Park wins, then it will mark the third straight season two area teams have advanced. Prior to this stretch, the area last placed two teams in states in 1990.

3 Quarterbacks in the Washington area who have both rushed and thrown for 1,000 or more yards -- Osbourn's Brandon Hogan, Manassas Park's Jay Terrell and Handley's J.J. Dorsey.

4 Consecutive seasons Manassas Park has won at least one playoff game. Before this stretch, the Cougars' previous postseason victory had come in 1989.

5 Field goals this season for Osbourn junior Mike Blewett, including a 38-yarder in a victory over Potomac. Hylton has not made a field goal this year.

6 Hylton players who have returned interceptions for touchdowns this year, led by senior DB Darren James, who has two.

7 Playoff games since 1998 in which Hylton has scored two touchdowns or fewer; the Bulldogs are 4-3 in such games, including Friday's 12-7 victory.

8 Games this season in which Osbourn has scored 20 or more points; the Eagles mustered 20 or more on only nine occasions from 1998 to 2004.

9 Victories -- without a loss -- for Hylton against Osbourn, which moved to Virginia AAA in 1996. The teams did not play in the regular season this year.

10 Unbeaten teams remaining in the Virginia state playoffs, including Hylton and Manassas Park, both 11-0.