Friday, February 03, 2012

National Letter of Intent Signing Day - Virginia High Schools

Win Homer - OL (Christ Church School) - Boston College
Harrison Jackson - WR (Loudoun) - Boston College
Tyrone Jenkins - WR/DB (West Potomac) - Rhode Island
Hayden Knudson - DB/WR (Hayfield) - New Hampshire
Kyon Taylor - DB/WR (Lee) - New Hampshire

Thursday, September 01, 2011

Virginia High School Football Scores - Week 2

Virginia High School Football Scores
Thursday, September 1, 2011

C.D. Hylton 35, Battlefield 14
Chantilly 44, W.T. Woodson 0
Dinwiddie 35, Monacan 14
Grassfield 23, Maury 12
Green Run 16, Frank Cox 10
Hampton 43, Heritage-Newport News 0
J.E.B. Stuart 37, George Mason 7
Kecoughtan 25, Churchland 7
Lake Taylor 41, Indian River 10
Landstown 27, Kellam 7
Langley 14, Herndon 7
McLean 7, Washington-Lee 6
Meadowbrook 49, Manchester 7
Menchville 48, Woodside 0
Ocean Lakes 40, Princess Anne 7
Salem-Va. Beach 25, Bayside 6
Stone Bridge 3, James Robinson 0
T.C. Williams 51, Wakefield 7
Tallwood 35, Kempsville 34, 3OT
TJ-Alexandria 37, Falls Church 0
Washington & Lee 41, Spotsylvania 27
York 49, Greensville County 6

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Bishop O'Connell Football Coach Steve Trimble Dies at 53

by Jeff Fisher
Virginia High School Football Huddle

Our condolences go out to the family of Steve Trimble, head football coach at Bishop O'Connell in Arlington, who died Monday while at the school.

Trimble, who played in the NFL with the Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears as a cornerback, has been head coach at O'Connell since 2002.  In 2008 he was named the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Coach of the Year.

Trimble was a star high school football player at running back and tailback at Fort Hill High School in Maryland in the mid 70's.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Oscar Smith to Play Maryland-Power in I-95 Kickoff Classic

Oscar Smith will carry the banner for Virginia when it takes on Gilman in the 2011 I-95 Kickoff Classic, which features high school football teams from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.

Eight games will be played over a three-day period starting on September 1st at Bowie State and Morgan State Universities in Maryland.

The Oscar Smith/Gilman game will be played September 2nd.  Gilman has won three Maryland state championships in the last five years.  

Another highlight will be a rematch of the 2010 I-95 Kickoff Classic game between DeMatha and Loyola on Saturday.  DeMatha will be playing its first season in 29 years without head coach Bill McGregor, who resigned earlier this year.  DeMatha won last year's game 45-31.

Then there's the public vs. private school match-up between Baltimore City champ Patterson and Archbishop Curley also on Saturday.

Here's the schedule...

Thursday, September 1st
at Bowie State

5PM - Mt. St. Joseph vs. Friendship Collegiate Academy (DC)
7:30 PM - St. John's (DC) vs. Calvert Hall

Friday, September 2nd
at Morgan St.

5 PM - Dr. Henry H. Wise vs. Franklin (Baltimore)
7:30 PM - Gilman vs. Oscar Smith (VA)

Saturday, September 3rd
at Morgan St.

10:45 AM - Archbishop Curley vs. Patterson (Baltimore)
1:45 PM - DeMatha vs. Loyola
4:45 PM - Westlake vs. Urbana
7:45 PM - Dunbar (Baltimore) vs. Dunbar (DC)