Saturday, August 29, 2009

Virginia High School Football Scoreboard - Week 1

by Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


Nationally-ranked Oscar Smith ran it's win streak to 16-game with a season opening 27-13 win over Venice, Florida. The Virginian-Pilot reports that quarterback Phil Sims had a big game and that 8,000 fans watched the nationally-televised game in-person.

Virginia High School Football Scores
Friday, August 28, 2009

Alleghany 50, Covington 0
Alleghany County (NC) 21, Grayson County 20
Appalachia 47, Castlewood 14
Auburn 16, Craig County 13
Bassett 21, Carroll County 20
Blacksburg 35, Giles 7 The Roanoke Times game story
Blessed Sacrament-Huguenot 35, Kenston Forest 14
Bluefield, W.Va. 48, Graham 7
Brookville 27, Martinsville 14
Buckingham County 20, Appomattox 13
Cave Spring 26, Staunton River 0
Christiansburg 17, Floyd County 14, OT The Roanoke Times game story
Clarke County 45, Berkeley Springs, (WV) 0
Clintwood 51, Coeburn 7
Covenant School 40, Norfolk Christian 28
Cox 25 Kellam 10
Dan River 35, Tunstall 21
Eastern Montgomery 53, Bath County 27
First Colonial 6 Landstown 3
Fluvanna 26, Prince Edward County 8
Fort Chiswell 38, Rural Retreat 7
Franklin County 28, E.C. Glass 11
Fuqua School 22, Brunswick Academy 12
Gate City 10, Richlands 7
GW-Danville 34, Durham Hillside (NC) 20
Hidden Valley 44, Patrick Henry-Roanoke 14 The Roanoke Times game story
Hurley 44, Ervinton 6
Isle of Wight Academy 10, Catholic 6
James Monroe, (WV) 21, Narrows 7
John Battle 16, Twin Springs 14
Kempsville 20 Salem 7
Lebanon 40, Honaker 0
Liberty Christian 15, Gretna 7
Liberty-Bedford 28, Broadway 20
Lord Botetourt 21, James River-Buchanan 6 The Roanoke Times game story
Loudoun County 38, Musselman, (WV) 0
Magna Vista 35, Heritage-Lynchburg 0
Marion 10, Chilhowie 7
Martinsburg, W.Va. 31, Stonewall Jackson-Manassas 17
Massaponax 69, Spotsylvania 0
Mathews 17, Amelia County 13
Maury 37, Norview 0
Millbrook 21, Briar Woods 14
Mountain View 19, James Monroe 16
Northside 28, Jefferson Forest 6 The Roanoke Times game story
Northwood 42, Galax 38
Ocean Lakes 42, Princess Anne 0
Osbourn 37, Forest Park 21
Oscar Smith 27, Venice (FL) 13
Petersburg 38, Halifax County 7
Portsmouth Christian 47, Tidewater Academy 0
Powell Valley 41, Lee High 7
Pulaski County 19, Radford 7 The Roanoke Times game story
Randolph Henry 18, Parry McCluer 6
Roanoke Catholic 42, Carlisle 17
Sherando 24, Park View-Sterling 21
Southampton Academy 40, Hampton Christian 22
Tazewell 29, George Wythe-Wytheville 17
Virginia High 27, Sullivan Central, Tenn. 21
Warren County 27, Strasburg 7
West Point 41, Chincoteague 6
Western Albemarle 49, Waynesboro 0
William Byrd 33, Rustburg 14
William Campbell 60, Cumberland 20

Friday, August 28, 2009

Virginia High School Football Scoreboard - Week 1

Virginia High School Football Scores
Thursday, August 27, 2009


Battlefield 21 Lake Taylor 7
Gar-Field 27 Potomac 13
Norcom 19 Northeastern (NC) 6

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Landstown Welcomes Michael Vick to First Day of Practice

by Jeff Fisher
Virginia High School Football Huddle

Michael Vick completed his first pass on Monday since being conditionally reinstated by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Vick was invited to take part in Landstown (VA) High's first day of practice. He threw several passes to players and then spoke with the team for about 15 minutes.

"I love working with kids and putting smiles on their faces and being able to help them in whatever capacity that I can," Vick told the Virginian-Pilot. "I've been through a lot of experiences in my life and they know it. And for the most part I can help them."

Landstown coach Tommy Reamon was Vick's coach at Warwick High School. As a three-year starter for Reamon, Vick passed for 4,846 yards and 43 touchdowns, plus ran for 1,048 yards and 18 TDs.

Click here to read the story.








Below is video of Vick during his high school career at Warwick with sounbites from Coach Beamon.