HUT, HUT, HUT: H.D. Woodson's Anthony Bradsher had just raced 67 yards with a recovered fumble to cut Woodbridge's lead to 7-6 with 4:18 to play. Woodson Coach Bob Headen, electing to go for a two-point conversion and the lead, called for the "Warrior Huddle Play."
The Warriors lined up in the place-kicking formation. Except for a flanker, the center, holder and place kicker, the other players trotted over and lined up in the same place-kicking formation just inside the left hash mark. All but two Woodbridge players moved over to line up with the Woodson front line. Woodson center Antoine James then snapped the ball directly to the kicker, Antonio Watson, who easily ran past the two Vikings defenders for the conversion and 8-7 lead. Woodson scored again in the waning minutes for a 14-7 victory.
WRONG PLACE, RIGHT TIME: Paint Branch's Pat Anderson kicked a 32-yard field goal to go ahead, 17-14, in overtime against Magruder. In the playoff format, each team gets four downs to score from the opponent's 10-yard line. On first down, Magruder Coach Roy Lester tried a play he hadn't called all game. Quarterback Andy McLean faked a handoff to fullback Charles McFarland and rolled to his right. McLean was looking for his split end, Mike Graham, who had run a hook pattern. Halfback Mickey Myers had gone in motion to the right and was supposed to run across the end zone. McLean tried to hit Graham but the pass was high and Myers was right there to make the catch in the corner of the end zone for the winning points, 20-17.