AAA Northern Region Div. 6 Semifinals
* Oakton 33, Westfield 0
One of two "How about that score?" games. The Cougars routed last year's state champion, piling up the following statistical advantages: 356-81 in total yards, 21-3 in first downs and 31:46-16:14 in time of possession.
* Robinson 14, Centreville 9
Senior DB Nick Altomare intercepted a pass at the Robinson 7 in the final minutes to secure a unusually difficult win for the second-ranked Rams. Robinson had only trailed once all year but had to rally after Centreville took a 9-7 lead in the third.
AAA Northern Region Div. 5 Semifinal
* Edison 34, Jefferson 26
Senior Kevin Roberts ran for 172 yards in the first half and helped the Eagles grind out yards -- and time -- in the second half. Edison defeated Jefferson two weeks in a row, taking the National District title in the first contest.
AA Region II Div. 4 Semifinal
* Harrisonburg 28, Liberty 27
After trailing by 14 points in the fourth quarter, RB Justin Carrington (160 yards) scored to get the sixth-ranked Eagles within a point in the final minute. But Harrisonburg's Patrick Ward blocked the extra-point attempt.
Maryland 4A East Final
* Broadneck 27, Old Mill 24
The Bruins trailed by 10 with 6 minutes 30 seconds to play, but Chris Desautels made a 46-yard field goal to tie with 56 seconds left and hit the game-winner from 20 yards in the second overtime. It was Broadneck's seventh consecutive victory over Old Mill.
Maryland 4A West Final
* Damascus 14, Churchill 7
All-Met RB Matt Reidy was in playoff mode -- 40 carries for 193 yards -- and also broke up two passes in the closing seconds as the Swarmin' Hornets held off the Bulldogs. Churchill got within a touchdown in the second quarter but missed several chances to tie the game.
Maryland 3A East Final
* Douglass 35, Gwynn Park 0
The other "How about that score?" game. Previously unbeaten and seventh-ranked Gwynn Park had won eight of its first 11 games by 22 or more points, including a 28-6 win over Douglass on Oct. 30. This time, Douglass scored 27 points off four Gwynn Park turnovers and held the Yellow Jackets to 155 total yards.