Langley running back Trevor Bacon continued his remarkable string of 200-yard rushing games, totaling 240 yards on 30 carries in a 34-7 victory over Madison in a Virginia AAA Liberty District game. Bacon rushed for one touchdown and also threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Tommy Tysse, just the Saxons' second touchdown pass this season.
It was the seventh consecutive gave in which Bacon has rushed for more than 200 yards and the fifth game during that stretch that he has carried the ball at least 30 times.
"We're going to give him plenty of carries," Langley Coach John Howerton said. "That's another notch in his belt. The kid is carrying 30 to 35 times in every game. [Opponents] know it's coming and still have problems stopping it. . . . He gets a little tired but he's good to go the next series. He's never said, 'Take me out.' "
Bacon has rushed for 1,679 yards and 17 touchdowns this season for Langley (4-4, 4-1 Liberty).
Ryan Leads Stone Bridge
Stone Bridge quarterback Sean Ryan had 332 yards of total offense (250 passing, 82 rushing), rushed for two touchdowns and passed two more in a 28-14 victory over Loudoun Valley. Ryan set school records for touchdown passes (15), passing yards (1,482) and completions (100) in a season, with two more regular season games and the playoffs remaining for the 13th-ranked Bulldogs.
Glancy Propels Fairfax
Casey Glancy caught three passes for 38 yards, including a 13-yard touchdown, kicked a 38-yard field goal and had two interceptions in Fairfax's 38-12 victory over South Lakes. . . .
Coolidge kicker Anthony Webley's second field goal of the game, a 27-yarder with 15 seconds left, lifted Coolidge to a 13-12 victory over Theodore Roosevelt, putting the Colts in position for their first postseason appearance in quite some time.
Webley has made seven field goals this season, but even more impressive is that he can kick with either foot, according to Coach Jason Lane, who said Webley usually kicks with his right foot but has made some point-after kicks with his left foot.
Coolidge (4-5, 2-1 DCIAA West) can qualify for the playoffs by beating Wilson next week.
-- Josh Barr