NORTHERN VIRGINIA (WDVM) — It’s already Week 5 down in northern Virginia, and the high school football season is beginning to heat up!
Two teams looking to bounce back after tough losses last week: Chantilly and Westfield
The Bulldogs were back at home taking on the Yorktown Patriots. The first half was not a great performance by the Westfield offense, however the defense kept them in the game. The only score of the half came from Yorktown RB Xandar Starks. Westfield was able to come back in the second half to defeat the Patriots 13-7. The Bulldogs are back above .500 heading into their bye week.
For the Chargers, it was an easier day at the office. Leading 28-0 at the half, Chantilly coasted to a 35-6 win over George Marshall. The Chargers improve to 4-1 as the Statesmen fall to 3-2.
McLean at South Lakes (Saturday)
Both South Lakes and McLean in need of a big win to get their season back on track. The Seahawks, however, were dialed in, scoring 17 points in the first quarter. QB Max Daum had an impressive performance, as South Lakes defeated McLean 39-14.
Paul VI at St. James (Saturday)
Battle of the unbeaten private schools, the Paul VI Panthers (Fairfax, Va) traveling to Hagerstown to take on the St. James Saints. At one point, the Saints led 28-7 in the 3rd quarter, but the Panthers never gave up, outscoring St. James 36-14 the rest of the way to win by one point.
More NOVA Final Scores:
Madison 48, Langley 0
Justice 0, South County 62
Edison 7, Robinson 49
Lake Braddock 56, Annandale 0
W.T. Woodson 35, John Lewis 2