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  1. VA Championships on Saturday, should be on NFHS: 12:00 Games Division 5: Highland Springs (14-0) vs. Maury (10-1)--Probably the best matchup of the day. HS has been the consensus top team in the state all year, although Freedom has probably caught up. Maury feels a little overlooked even though they almost won the championship last year and their only loss was a one-score game against New Bern NC who are undefeated and playing for the NC championship this weekend. Division 3: Phoebus (14-0) vs. Heritage-Lynchburg (12-2)--Rematch of 2018 final won by Heritage. Probably the best Phoebus team in a while but Heritage does have the advantage of playing the game in Lynchburg, in the same stadium where they upset Liberty Christian a few weeks ago. Division 1: Riverheads (11-1) vs. George Wythe (10-3)--Riverheads looking to make it seven straight before moving up a class next season. George Wythe in the final for the first time since 2012. 4:30 Games Division 6: Freedom-Woodbridge (14-0) vs. Madison (11-3)--Can't see Madison stopping Freedom. Division 4: Dinwiddie (14-0) vs. Kettle Run (14-0)--Dinwiddie has been heavy favorites in this division all year. Kettle Run comes out of a traditionally solid region, perhaps being disrespected? Division 2: Graham (14-0) vs. Central-Woodstock (12-2)--Graham with a lot more playoff pedigree is favored here. Central avenged both of their losses in the playoffs.
  2. You can't even make an acronym out of Carrollton. C-ton? C-town? Sounds like an Ohio D6 school. Permanent Tier 4 status. @HooverOutlawhow is the GHSA allowing this to happen?
  3. Thanks, I corrected the post.
  4. Final Scores Division 1: St. John's Prep 13 Springfield Central 0 Division 2: Catholic Memorial 27 King Philip 7 Division 3: Wakefield 34 Milton 28 Division 4: Duxbury 42 Grafton 7 Division 5: North Reading 44 Shawsheen 28 Division 6: St. Mary's 29 Stoneham 8 Division 7: West Boylston 29 St. Bernard's 6 Division 8: Hull 27 KIPP Academy 6 CM the only repeat champion. Not many tight games.
  5. Honestly the details of this scrimmage seem important enough to you that I recommend paying the $11.99 for a month of NFHS Network and watching it for yourself. Personally I don't put any stock in scrimmages unless they are played under modified kickoff classic rules.
  6. 12/3 Maryland Class 1A/2A Final: Dunbar 22 Patuxent 13 Class 1A Final: Fort Hill 16 Mountain Ridge 14 (FH makes a field goal at the buzzer. Kicker had missed a FG earlier in the fourth quarter) Class 3A: Damascus 21 Oakdale 14 DC Class AA: Friendship Collegiate 19 Roosevelt 14 Virginia (semifinals) 6A Freedom-Woodbridge 69 Western Branch 14 Madison 31 Fairfax 21 Freedom passes their test with flying colors. QB was 13-13 for 338 yards and five touchdowns. Given the Hampton comparisons it's funny that they're playing Madison in the final. Madison lost a lot from last year's runners-up but have won eleven straight after starting 0-3. 5A Highland Springs 19 Stone Bridge 14 Maury 21 Green Run 14 Highland Springs was up 19-0 before Stone Bridge made a push in the fourth. Maury will be looking to avenge semifinal loses to the Springers in 2018 and Spring 2021, as well as last year's championship loss to Stone Bridge. 4A Dinwiddie 28 Warwick 0 Kettle Run 30 EC Glass 14 Feeling is that the Dinwiddie-King George game last week may have decided the championship, but Kettle Run had an impressive win down in Lynchburg to reach the finals for the first time. 3A Phoebus 58 Brentsville 14 Heritage-Lynchburg 43 Christiansburg 0 Favorites with the expected blowout wins, setting up a rematch of the 2018 final won by Heritage. 2A Central-Woodstock 37 Poquoson 10 Graham 36 Appomattox 20 Central in the finals for the first time; Graham is there for the third time in the last six seasons. 1A Riverheads 21 Essex 8 George Wythe 35 Grundy 12 Riverheads beats Essex in the semifinals for the fifth time in six years...the only time they didn't meet was Spring 2021 when Essex didn't field a team. Fortunately for Essex this is the last year in Class 1 for Riverheads, who will be favored to take their seventh straight championship next weekend.
  7. IDK how much is weather and how much is St. John's, but Springfield Central looks awful so far.
  8. 12/2 MD Class 4A/3A Final: North Point 31 Arundel 14 MD Class 2A Final: Milford Mill 25 Kent Island 16
  9. I haven't been watching but https://www.cbsnews.com/boston/live/#x should also work.
  10. As usual the championship games will be streamed for free on the Patriots website.
  11. 12/1 MD Class 4A Final: Quince Orchard 32 Flowers 7 Only 10-7 after three quarters but QO ran away with it in the fourth to cap their second straight championship. Counting the two games from spring 2021 they have won 30 games in a row.
  12. MD Finals start tomorrow night, should be streamed on NFHS. The Thursday night game is the clear marquee matchup. Thursday 12/1 7:00 Class 4A: CH Flowers (13-0) vs. Quince Orchard (13-0)--Flowers finally took down Wise, now they face the other dominant large-school program in the state. Friday 12/2 4:00 Class 2A: Milford Mill (13-0) vs. Kent Island (12-1)--Milford Mill needed a last-minute score in the semifinals to keep their perfect season alive. Their QB played for MSJ last year. 7:30 Class 4A/3A: Arundel (10-2) vs. North Point (10-3)--North Point has won all four of their playoff games by shutout. Arundel got crushed by SFA during the regular season. Saturday 12/3 12:00 Class 2A/1A: Dunbar (12-0) vs. Patuxent (11-2)--Dunbar breezed to the championship last year, and consensus is that they own the division, but Patuxent did beat North Point during the regular season. 3:30 Class 1A: Mountain Ridge (12-0) vs. Fort Hill (12-1)--Two Western Maryland teams making the trip to Annapolis, no one else in the division is within 30 points of them and that seems unlikely to change in the near future. Fort Hill the historically dominant program but Mountain Ridge won the regular season matchup 30-8. 7:00 Class 3A: Damascus (11-1) vs. Oakdale (11-2)--Oakdale maybe written off after getting routed by Fort Hill and Frederick in the regular season, but they avenged the Frederick loss on the way to the finals. Damascus looking to win their fifth state championship since 2015.
  13. The 53 points was enough to give Freedom the state season scoring record. The old mark was shared between the Ronald Curry Hampton team and Manchester's 2018 team, which crushed Freedom in the championship game. The QB, who is a first-year starter, has now thrown 54 touchdown passes which ties the state record. Their main skill position players are all underclassmen. Stone Bridge has gotten better since September. After the Freedom game they started giving their top receiver a lot of time at QB and he has double-digit touchdowns both passing and rushing. They are heavy underdogs against Highland Springs though. Against Mountain View SB benefitted from MV's star running back (Syracuse commit Ike Daniels) being out injured. It'll be interesting to see how Freedom fares against a Western Branch team that held Oscar Smith in check twice this year. WB was 0-10 in 2018 but a new coach turned things around the last couple years. Western Branch and Fairfax would have been one of the most improbable championship matchups you could have come up with a couple years ago and now it is a possibility.
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