FOOTBALL | The senior quarterback had a hand in all three Huskies touchdowns — including the game-winner — to send Tuscarora past the rival Falcons.

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2015 High school football preview

From the District to Anne Arundel County to Fairfax and everywhere in between, variations on offensive and defensive brands of football highlight the diversity of the game. Read about what defines each region. Hunting for three-peats Lorenzo Harrison knows that when he and his DeMatha teammates won a second straight Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title […]

The Bobcats' ground game overpowered the turnover-plagued Bulldogs to a 28-0 victory.

The Huskies rallied with a late touchdown to beat the Falcons in the season opener.

FOOTBALL | The Bobcats use smash-mouth football in rolling to a 28-0 win over the team many considered the preseason favorite in Prince William County.

Week Zero Friday Football Pick-‘Em

Mark the start of the 2015 high school football season by making your pick for this weekend's big games.

What playing styles dominate the D.C. area high school football scene?

Different brands of offensive and defensive football dot the area high school landscape. Each is aimed at maximizing the sizes and skills of the players in that corner of the region. So what style defines your league?

AllMetSports Top Football Plays of the Week

Do you want to submit your football highlights for Top Plays of the Week this season? Here's how to do it.

Smith’s three touchdowns lead Tuscarora to a 22-16 win over the Falcons in Week 1.

FOOTBALL | Eric Vivian’s overtime two-point conversion delivers the first varsity football win for the Phoenix in a matchup of first-year programs.

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FOOTBALL | The senior quarterback had a hand in all three Huskies touchdowns — including the game-winner — to send Tuscarora past the rival Falcons.

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Mark the start of the 2015 high school football season by making your pick for this weekend's big games.

From the District to Anne Arundel County to Fairfax and everywhere in between, variations on offensive and defensive brands of football highlight the diversity of the game. Read about what defines each region. Hunting for three-peats Lorenzo Harrison knows that when he and his DeMatha teammates won a second straight Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title […]

Different brands of offensive and defensive football dot the area high school landscape. Each is aimed at maximizing the sizes and skills of the players in that corner of the region. So what style defines your league?

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From the District to Anne Arundel County to Fairfax and everywhere in between, variations on offensive and defensive brands of football highlight the diversity of the game.

North Point and Patuxent are the choices to win the SMAC’s two divisions, but it’s not clear-cut by any means.

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Defending county champion Howard will face still challenges from Glenelg, River Hill and a very dangerous Oakland Mills team.

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Old Mill, Broadneck, Meade, Arundel sit in position to continue their success atop one of the area’s highest-scoring leagues.

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