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Park View opens season on strong note

Park View senior Chase Jefferson stiff arms a defender during one of his 25 rushing attempts Aug. 28 against Manassas Park. Jefferson rushed for 270 yards and three touchdowns in the Patriots’ 26-21 win.—Times-Mirror Rick Wasser
Senior QB Chase Jefferson and junior RB Niko Hopkins combined to rush for 400 yards and four scores to help the Park View Patriots christen their new turf field with a 26-21 victory against Manassas Park on Friday night in Sterling.

The victory capped an eventful night at Park View that saw Washington Redskins president Bruce Allen and members of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors on hand for a pre-game field dedication ceremony.

The Patriots built a 26-7 lead early in the fourth quarter and held off a Cougars' charge to prevail by five.

Jefferson sealed the victory when he rushed for 15 yards on a third down and 14 play to convert a first down and allow Park View to run the final minute off the clock.

-Check back for more photos and a full story.

Park View 26, Manassas Park 21

-First Quarter
PV: Jefferson 67 run (Lampe kick) 0:26

-Second Quarter
PV: Hopkins 2 run (Lampe kick) 9:51

-Third Quarter
MP: Kapus 51 run (Alfaro kick) 11:09
PV: Jefferson 72 run (kick blocked) 10:44

-Fourth Quarter
PV: Jefferson 44 run (pass failed) 9:14
MP: Kapus 2 run (Alfaro kick) 6:40
MP: Williams 2 run (Alfaro kick) 2:36

PVHS offensive leaders

-Passing: Jefferson (1 of 2 for 12 yards)

-Rushing: Jefferson (25-270-3), Hopkins (21-130-1)

-Receiving: Hernandez Ortiz (1-12)


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