No. 1 Damascus (13-0) vs. No. 6 Sherwood (12-1)

When: Friday, 7 p.m.

Where: M&T Bank Stadium.

History: Damascus, the 2003 champion, is making its third straight appearance in the title game, facing a coach -- Sherwood's Al Thomas -- who won two of his seven state titles at Damascus (1992 and '93).

No 4 Gwynn Park (13-0) vs. Westminster (12-1)

When: Saturday, 7 p.m.

Where: M&T Bank Stadium.

History: Gwynn Park (2000) and Westminster (1976) have been state runners-up once before, so a first-time state champion is guaranteed.

Potomac (11-2) vs. South Carroll (10-3)

When: Saturday, noon.

Where: M&T Bank Stadium.

History: Defending champion Potomac is making its third straight championship game appearance, facing a team making its first in school history.

Division 6: No. 7 Oakton (11-2) vs. Landstown (13-0)

When: Saturday, 4 p.m.

Where: University of Richmond Stadium.

History: Oakton, the 2002 state runner-up, is looking for its first state title against defending champion Landstown, which last lost in the 2003 title game.

Division 5: No. 9 Stone Bridge (12-1) vs. Hampton (12-1)

When: Saturday, 12:30 p.m.

Where: University of Richmond Stadium.

History: First-year AAA school Stone Bridge, making its first final appearance, faces the most accomplished program in the state. Hampton has won a Virginia-record 16 state titles.

Division 2: Manassas Park (13-0) vs. Giles (12-1)

When: Saturday, 4 p.m.

Where: James Madison University.

History: Defending champion Manassas Park is aiming for a second straight 14-0 season.

Potomac's Terrell Poe celebrated a fourth-quarter interception by Ollie Thomas in last year's title game.