1st Manassas Park is looking for its first road playoff victory under Coach Jeff Lloyd. The Cougars are 8-0 in home playoff games, 1-0 at a neutral site -- last season's Division 2 title game -- and 0-3 on the road.
1Home playoff losses, in 19 games, for Hylton, which lost at home, 24-14, to eventual state champion Westfield in 2003.
2 Consecutive victories over Washington & Lee for Manassas Park, which beat the Eagles in the 2002 regular season, 14-13, and in last season's state semifinal, 35-6.
3 Teams still in position to defend their 2004 state championships -- Manassas Park (A Division 2), Salem (AA Division 4) and Landstown (AAA Division 6). Manassas Park and Landstown both have won 26 straight games, the longest streaks in the state.
4 Shutout losses for Hylton in 14 seasons of varsity football. Three of those came in the playoffs -- 1992 (Pulaski County, 38-0), 2000 (Deep Creek, 42-0) and 2004 (Robinson, 41-0).
5 Games this season in which Manassas Park QB Jay Terrell has both run and passed for 100 or more yards.
6 Unbeaten teams -- including Hylton (12-0) and Manassas Park (12-0) -- remaining in the Virginia state playoffs.
7 Members of the Hylton defense who were named first-team all-Cardinal District this season. The Bulldogs are allowing an average of 6.7 points a game.
8 Consecutive state playoff appearances for Hylton, which has won three state titles (1998, 1999, 2002) in that span.
9 Division 6 state titles for Northern Region teams, the most of any region. Northwestern Region teams have six titles, and the Eastern Region has taken home four. No Central Region team has won a Division 6 state title.
10 Playoff victories in four seasons at Hylton for Coach Lou Sorrentino.