Turkey Bowl

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.

Dunbar's Rashad Smith, center, Arrelious Benn, left, and Marc White celebrate the DCIAA title.