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Story lines, the preseason Top 20, All-Met watch, games to circle and much more as football kicks off in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
  • Jan 1, 1970
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Friday night football live scoreboard: Week Zero

Live score updates throughout the first night of high school football in Maryland, D.C. and Northern Virginia.

2016 Virginia high school football preview: Conference 5

Westfield has enough talent to make another state title run, but Robinson and Centreville have deep playoff run potential as well.

2016 Maryland high school football preview: Montgomery 4A North

New-look Northwest eyes another division title, while Richard Montgomery, Clarksburg and Gaithersburg vie for playoff spots.

Live score updates throughout the first night of high school football in Maryland, D.C. and Northern Virginia.

The first games of the 2016 high school football season are finally here, and the The Post is tracking all the action throughout the fall -- starting tonight.

Host Jeremy Huber previews the upcoming football season in Prince George’s County with the Washington Post's Mark Giannotto

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Friday night football live scoreboard: Week Zero

Live score updates throughout the first night of high school football in Maryland, D.C. and Northern Virginia.

Week zero: High school football season is finally here

The first games of the 2016 high school football season are finally here, and the The Post is tracking all the action throughout the fall -- starting tonight.

Camp Countdown: Oakland Mills quarterback Aaron Gibson is itching for Week 1

After leading the Scorpions into the playoffs as a junior varsity call-up, Gibson is ready for his first full season starting under center.

The D.C. area football landscape is loaded with backs capable of shouldering a heavy load for their teams.

Host Jeremy Huber previews the upcoming football season in Howard County, Anne Arundel County and the SMAC with The Washington Post's Eric Goldwein and Dan Roth.

Host Jeremy Huber previews the upcoming football season in Montgomery County with The Washington Post's Eric Goldwein.

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Previewing 2016 Prince George’s County high school football

Host Jeremy Huber previews the upcoming football season in Prince George’s County with the Washington Post's Mark Giannotto

Previewing the 2016 outer Maryland high school football season

Host Jeremy Huber previews the upcoming football season in Howard County, Anne Arundel County and the SMAC with The Washington Post's Eric Goldwein and Dan Roth.

Previewing the 2016 Montgomery County high school football season

Host Jeremy Huber previews the upcoming football season in Montgomery County with The Washington Post's Eric Goldwein.

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Host Jeremy Huber previews the upcoming football season in Loudoun County with The Washington Post's Dillon Mullan.

Three-time defending champion DeMatha is still the team to beat, but Good Counsel, Gonzaga and St. John’s are right there with the Stags.

Quince Orchard sets its sights on a state title; Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Walter Johnson get started under new coaches.

Westfield has enough talent to make another state title run, but Robinson and Centreville have deep playoff run potential as well.

Lake Braddock and South County should duke it out again, but West Potomac and West Springfield are talented enough to contend.

The defending state champion Wise Pumas are loaded again, but Eleanor Roosevelt, DuVal and Bowie will look to challenge them at the top of the league.

Damascus reloads after an undefeated 2015 season while Seneca Valley, Watkins Mill, Wheaton and Magruder are vying for consecutive postseason berths.

Host Jeremy Huber previews the upcoming football season in the MAC and the independent teams with The Washington Post's Dillon Mullan and Eric Goldwein.

South Lakes should build on its breakout 2015 while Hayfield, Madison and Langley look to challenge for league supremacy.

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  • Jan 1, 1970