Huskies have experience at skill positions.
Panthers lost much of last year’s team, but they still should threaten for the title.
Frogs hope to ride Maryland recruit Sean Davis.
Flint Hill had won four consecutive league titles until Potomac School ended the Huskies’ four-year run as league champs last season, and the two teams are expected to battle for first place again this season. . . . Flint Hill is led by QB Andy Rehberger, who has experienced targets in WRs Chrystian Brown and Nick Bazzarone. OL-DL Harrison Gray is the team’s leader up front. . . . Potomac School must replace its entire offensive line and many key leaders. CBs Cullen Hamiltonand Davon Hill had six interceptions apiece last season and, along with three-year starter FS Ryan Eckert, give the Panthers strength in the secondary. . . . Maret only has six seniors on the roster, but one is Maryland recruit Sean Davis, who will play wideout, running back and defensive back. QB-CB Tre Henderson and WR-CB Khalil Edley also have received college interest. . . . Sidwell Friends (0-9) has an experienced offensive line led by Nicky Kirsch, Gerald Wagner, Will Mendez and TE Stephen Weiner.