Sunday, October 12, 2008
Single Wing Bulldogs Averaging 53.3 Points
Friday, October 10, 2008; E02
With No. 3 Stone Bridge averaging 53.3 points per game and No. 6 River Hill just behind at 52.8 points, could a Washington area team average at least 50 points for the first time in the last three seasons? Since the 2001 season, only Maryland School for the Deaf has averaged at least 50 points in a season among local teams, most recently accomplishing the feat in 2005, when it averaged 50.7 points. . . .
Westfield's Jordan Anderson could become the region's first 1,000-yard rusher this season. He enters tonight's game at Fairfax with 956 yards and has rushed for more than 100 yards in each of the Bulldogs' six games. . . .
After years of not wearing the school's primary color, Wakefield broke out new green uniforms last week for a 37-10 home win over Jefferson. Next week for homecoming, some of the Warriors will sport their names on the backs of those jerseys because they attended 30 consecutive weight room sessions at some point between January and July. "No excuses," Warriors Coach Keith Powell said. "If the dog died, then hey, the dog died. You gotta start over." . . .
Chantilly's game at Robinson tonight is part of the Great American Rivalry Series and will be broadcast live at GreatAmericanRivalry.com. Each program will receive $1,000 for participating. . . .
One week after a 29-0 loss to Broad Run, Briar Woods's defense returned to its shutdown form in a 7-0 win over Dominion, allowing just 36 total yards of offense. The Falcons have held opponents to less than 40 yards of offense in three of their five games.
The Washington Post
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