POSITIONS: Wide receiver and defensive back.

WHAT HE BRINGS TO THE TEAM: Intelligence, preparation and plenty of playmaking. One example: Yorktown did not have classes yesterday in observance of Veteran's Day. Instead, the team met after a morning practice to watch movies -- namely, inspirational clips from "Rocky" and "Rudy." But Godfrey found his inspiration from watching game films of Langley's defense, the Patriots' first-round opponent.

"Langley has a really good defense," said Godfrey, a 6-3, 175-pound senior. "They have a strong defensive line and they seem pretty big. But we noticed they use a lot of single-coverage on wide receivers."

KEY STATISTIC: Godfrey has caught 31 of the 44 passes the Patriots have completed this season, and at least one in every game. He also has hauled in a school-record 14 touchdowns.


Langley (6-4) at Yorktown (7-3)

KICKOFF: Tonight, 7:30.

OUTLOOK: Langley's defense has given up one touchdown in the past four games -- in the fourth quarter of a 21-7 victory over McLean last week. The Saxons limited Fairfax running back Brandon Royster to 28 yards on 19 carries Oct. 8, though the Rebels won that meeting, 19-9. Saxons DE Mark Biehland, a 6-3, 220-pound senior, leads the team with 50 solo tackles and six sacks.

One of Langley's best weapons is P Sean Johnson, who averages more than 40 yards per punt. Johnson has five punts of 50 yards or more. The offense is led by FB Bobby Calderwood (600 yards rushing), though starting OT Andrew Bernard, a 6-3, 297-pound senior, will miss the game with a broken ankle.

Yorktown is led by RB Anthony Tigney (1,180 yards) and OL-DL Sean Gooden, a 6-0, 270-pound senior.