First and 10 for Manassas Park
After falling behind Central-Woodstock 10-6 on a field goal with 29 seconds left in the first half, Manassas Park took over on its 20. Cougars Coach Jeff Lloyd told WR A.C. Fitchett to fake a fade route and run a post, but when the safety anticipated the post, Fitchett decided to run an out-and-up-the-sideline pattern. QB Zach Terrell saw Fitchett's move, had time to throw and lofted a momentum-changing 80-yard touchdown pass to Fitchett. The Cougars went on to a 37-10 victory.
Second and 10 for Lackey
Trailing Westlake 7-0 midway through the second quarter, FB Bryan Gibbons lined up uncovered in the left slot. QB Aaron Smith found him and turned it into a 61-yard touchdown. Before that play, Lackey had gained 10 yards of total offense.
Third and five for Edison
In the third quarter of a tie game against Jefferson, Edison QB Anthony Robinson threw a long pass to WR P.J. Williams, who tip-toed along the right sideline and kept a foot inbounds while making the catch for a 30-yard gain to the 1. The go-ahead touchdown came two plays later, and Edison finished with a 34-26 victory.
Fourth and two for North Stafford
In a tie game midway through the fourth quarter, the Wolverines went for it from their 37. FB Mark Kratzer got the carry and burst 40 yards to keep the drive going. On the next play, Jarvis Williams caught a 23-yard touchdown pass, which stood up for a 14-7 victory over Potomac (Va.).
4th and goal for Broadneck
Trailing Old Mill by a touchdown in the first overtime, QB Tony Marino anticipated a blitz. So he took a quick, three-step drop and threw a seven-yard scoring pass to David Yarbrough, who caught the game-tying pass just inside the end zone. The Bruins went on to win, 27-24, in the second overtime.
Broadneck's supporters were not as successful after the game, as two fans rushed the field and tried valiantly to yank down the goal post. One fan fell five feet to the ground; the other left with a police officer.