Football leaders
Rank Name School Total
1 Trey Davis Glenelg 297
2 Andrew Zuckerman Churchill 279
3 Dominyck Sims Wheaton 272
4 Jonathan Hetrick Poolesville 267
5 Charles Brooks Bell 259
6 Mohamed Ibrahim Good Counsel 258
7 Charlie Clewis Woodgrove 256
8 DeMarcus Ramsey South County 249
9 Malik Anderson Howard 247
10 James Douglas Tuscarora 246
11 Jalen Jackson Annandale 244
12 CJ Rainey Wise 233
13 Myles Ross Hayfield 226
14 Tyree Randolph Gonzaga 225
15 Joshua Breece Stone Bridge 223
16 Jordan Houston Flint Hill 218
- Jake Funk Damascus 218
17 Bryan Juarez Magruder 216
18 Anthony Crutchfield Falls Church 215
19 Brandon Blackwell Chopticon 213
20 Joshua Hurlburt Marshall 210
21 Travis Levy Sherwood 208
22 Perris Jones Bishop Ireton 203
23 Garrison Burnett Maret 193
24 Karl Mofor Eleanor Roosevelt 192
- Jack Anderson Langley 192
25 Leon Young Wakefield 190
26 Lamont Atkins Lake Braddock 187
27 Daiimon Cleveland West Potomac 183
- Joshua Chase Spalding 183
28 Jamal Speaks Ballou 178
29 Rakeem Darden Suitland 174
30 Julian Garrett Centreville 173
31 Terrance Horne Sidwell Friends 171
32 Moses Kamara Edison 169
33 Ceneca Espinoza Washington-Lee 168
- Eli Blair-May Episcopal 168
34 Sean Foncha Robinson 166
35 Grant Misch Potomac Falls 165
36 Bradley Block Briar Woods 162
37 Chris Long Patuxent 160
38 Chase Jefferson Park View 159
- Justine Annan West Potomac 159
39 Mitch Westbrook Heritage 158
- Nikolai Hopkins Park View 158
- Jhordan Greene Richard Montgomery 158
40 Meech Hembry Broad Run 155
41 Chris Wallace Rockville 153
42 Reggie Floyd Stonewall Jackson 149
43 Cush Eastman Chantilly 148
Football in the news

Washington area’s top girls’ basketball teams get set for national competition

The high school basketball season tips off this week, and a collection of Washington area girls’ basketball teams are gearing up to face some national competition over the coming weeks.
Mark Giannotto ·
December 1, 2015

Woodgrove’s senior class leaves a lasting legacy in Purcellville

The Wolverines fell to top-seeded Jefferson Forest but maximized their success with hard work and dedication.
Dillon Mullan ·
November 30, 2015

Forestville relishes improbable playoff run; Potomac (Md.) comes up just short

The upstart Knights turned a 2-4 start to the season into a state semifinal run while the Wolverines hung with Dundalk until the end of their semifinal defeat.
Mark Giannotto ·
November 30, 2015

The Post Top 20: Stone Bridge, Patuxent join the rankings after gritty playoff wins

The Bulldogs rallied from a 20-point second-half deficit to win at Massaponax while the Panthers topped Dunbar (Balt.) to get back to the Maryland 2A title game.
AllMetSports Staff ·
December 1, 2015

Georgetown lacrosse commit Kevin Petrillo sparks Westfield defense on the football field

The junior linebacker has used his read-and-react lacrosse skills to record four interceptions in Westfield’s last two playoff games.
Brandon Parker ·
November 30, 2015

Sidwell Friends hangs on to beat Eastern, claim first DCSAA title

Ted Hefter tosses three touchdown passes and Mark Chichester runs for two as the Quakers fend off the Ramblers in a rematch of last year’s championship.
Eric Goldwein ·
November 29, 2015

Champe’s dream season ends in a Virginia 4A West region loss to Salem

The Knights have no answer for the Spartans’ one-two rushing punch as their unbeaten run ends in their first region semifinal.
Dillon Mullan ·
November 29, 2015

South County’s defense steps up in Va. 6A North region win over Robinson

With its prolific offense struggling to put points on the board, the No. 2 Stallions lean on their defense in a gritty win over the Rams.
Nick Eilerson ·
November 29, 2015

With Tyler Scanlon at wide receiver, Westfield scores win at Lake Braddock

The Bulldogs line their 6-foot-7 quarterback out wide and pull out a big road win in Burke to advance to a fifth straight region title game.
Brandon Parker ·
November 29, 2015

Tyree Randolph, Gonzaga roll past Friendship Collegiate to reach DCSAA final

The sparkplug running back helps the Eagles pull away from the Knights early to earn a return trip to the D.C. State Athletic Association Class AA championship.
Mark Giannotto ·
November 29, 2015