Dunbar 43, Coolidge 13
Quarterback Nathan Bussey threw five touchdown passes to lead the Crimson Tide to a seventh DCIAA championship in eight years. Dunbar also avenged a monumental regular season loss to Coolidge, one that ended Dunbar's eight-year league regular season winning streak.
Maryland 4A West Region Final
No. 1 Damascus 21,
No. 11 Quince Orchard 14
Running back Steven Anderson scored two second-half touchdowns to help Damascus edge Quince Orchard. The win marked Damascus' fourth this season over a ranked team, and it moved the Swarmin' Hornets within one win of a third straight title game.
Maryland 4A South Region Final
No. 5 Douglass 45, No. 10 C.H. Flowers 30
Running backs Rico Greene and Jamaine McCain each rushed for more than 100 yards. They also combined for five touchdowns -- including four on runs longer than 40 yards -- to give the Eagles a second consecutive regional title.
Virginia AAA Northern Region Div. 6 Final
No. 13 Oakton 42, No. 6 Westfield 24
Thanks in large part to a career-high 244 yards and five touchdowns from running back Keith Payne, the Cougars bullied the Bulldogs, 42-24, in Vienna. The win gave Oakton its second region championship in four years.
Virginia AAA Northern Region Div. 5 Final
No. 15 Stone Bridge 29, No. 18 Edison 21
In the fourth quarter, running back Shamar Knight-Justice scored on a goal line run and Marcus Lewis intercepted a pass for a touchdown to help Stone Bridge come from behind and top Edison.
Virginia A Region B Division 2 Final
Manassas Park 25, Chatham 21
The Cougars took advantage of three Chatham fumbles to overcome a 14-point, fourth-quarter deficit. Senior quarterback Jay Terrell scored four touchdowns, including three in the fourth quarter, as the Cougars extended their winning streak to 25 games.