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    Varsity Football Scoreboard

    Tuscarora senior Jordan Fisher hauls in a pass from junior Daniel Smith for a two-point conversion early in the second quarter of the Huskies’ 40-7 victory against Kettle Run.—Times-Mirror Photo/Randy Litzinger
    The 2014 varsity football season kicked off Friday night with 11 Loudoun schools in action. Briar Woods, Broad Run, Heritage, John Champe, Loudoun County, Potomac Falls, Tuscarora and Woodgrove each opened their season with victories.

    Loudoun Valley and Stone Bridge open the season next Friday evening.

    Friday, Aug. 29

    -Broad Run 53, B.T. Washington 9

    -Briar Woods 38, Brooke Point 13

    -Woodgrove 62, Freedom 0

    -Potomac Falls 10, Dominion 6 (story)

    -Tuscarora 40, Kettle Run 7

    -Heritage 24, James Wood 12

    -Loudoun County 33, Fauquier 0 (story)

    -John Champe 35, Central-Woodstock 10

    -Bishop Ireton 46, Park View 12

    Friday, Sept. 5

    -Tuscarora at Woodgrove, 7

    -Broad Run at Dominion, 7

    -Potomac Falls at Heritage, 7

    -Freedom at Loudoun County, 7

    -James Wood at Loudoun Valley, 7

    -Briar Woods at Colonial Forge, 7

    -Park View at Manassas Park, 7

    -Stone Bridge at Lake Braddock, 7:30

    Woodgrove 62, Freedom 0

    -First Quarter
    W: Mellor 40 pass from Sheehan (pass failed)
    W: Clewis 18 run (Sheehan pass to Mellor)
    W: Mellor 32 pass from Sheehan (kick failed)

    -Second Quarter
    W: Mellor 31 pass from Sheehan (Kennedy kick)
    W: Clewis 7 run (Clewis run)
    W: Bryant 9 pass from Sheehan (Kennedy kick)

    -Third Quarter
    W: Mellor 51 pass from Sheehan (Kennedy kick)
    W: Kpaduwa 22 run (Kennedy kick)

    -Fourth Quarter
    W: Kpaduwa 12 run (kick failed)

    WHS stat leaders

    -Passing: Billy Sheehan (13 of 20 for 247 yards, 5 TD)

    -Rushing: Charlie Clewis (16-121-2), Chima Kpaduwa (7-65-2), Kade Lambert (5-38)

    -Receiving: Dylan Mellor (5-161-4), Mikey Bryant (5-65-1), Mason Gryniuk (3-21)

    -Tackles: Matthew Whalen (5), Ross Vaughn (5)

    -Tackles for loss: Whalen (4.5, 1.5 sacks), Warren Creech (3, 0.5 sacks), Billy Mullen (2.5), Zach Lockhart (2, sack), Wes Hoffer (2, sack)

    Briar Woods 38, Brooke Point 13

    -First Quarter
    BW: Martinez 46 run (Funke kick), 10:03
    BW: Polk 23 pass from Maffe (Funke kick), 5:17
    BW: Polk 39 pass from Maffe (Funke kick), 2:35

    -Second Quarter
    BW: Polk 3 pass from Maffe (Funke kick), 11:33
    BW: Birmingham 1 pass from Maffe (Funke kick), 9:09

    -Third Quarter
    BP: Russ 11 pass from Carnes (Kolb kick), 5:38

    -Fourth Quarter
    BW: Dunham 32 field goal, 7:16
    BP: Harris 34 pass from Carnes (conversion failed), 0:10

    BWHS stat leaders

    -Passing: Jake Maffe (7 of 11 for 69 yards, 4 TD)

    -Rushing: Anthony Martinez (11-66-1), Dillon Blevins (3-41)

    -Receiving: Brandon Polk (4-62-3), Mark Birmingham (2-4-1)

    -Defense: Dominic Moore (9 tackles, sack), Anthony Page (6 tackles), Takiyul Johnson (4 tackles, sack), Brandon Romero (5 tackles)

    Tuscarora 40, Kettle Run 7

    -First Quarter
    T: Reimers 23 run (run failed), 8:44
    T: Smith 2 run (kick blocked), 1:04

    -Second Quarter
    T: Smith 89 run (Smith pass to Fisher), 9:33
    T: Reimers 7 pass from Smith (Underhill kick), 3:44
    T: Reimers 2 run (kick blocked), 2:00

    -Third Quarter
    T: Reimers 41 run (Underhill kick), 9:11
    KR: Lewis 1 run (Morgan kick), 0:00

    THS offensive leaders

    -Passing: Daniel Smith (6 of 7 for 95 yards, TD, Int.)

    -Rushing: Smith (5-146-2), Noah Reimers (16-110-3)

    -Receiving: Duron Norris (3-68), Reimers (2-16-1), Jeremy Sampson (1-12), Caleb Lokey (1-11)

    Bishop Ireton 46, Park View 12

    PV report: Although the Park View Patriots' home season opener against the Bishop Ireton Cardinals resulted in a 46-12, there were bright moments in the game that hinted at greater things to come. The rebuilt Patriots, under new head coach Mick Mullins, showed a marked improvement over last year.

    Quarterback Dylan Pyron, returning to the team for the first time since his freshman year, threw a couple of stunning long passes, several solid short passes, two touchdowns and no interceptions. Wide receivers Abel Ramirez, Chase Jefferson and Kenny Greenfield made impressive catches to complete passes, including a catch and run for a touchdown by Ramirez in the first quarter, and a long touchdown catch by Greenfield in the third quarter.

    Running back Henry Argueta ran the ball aggressively downfield for a total of 86 tough yards. Although this was not a victory for the Patriots, the team as a whole showed potential, persistence and determination that should carry them far this season ... report by Marlene Barney.

    PVHS offensive leaders

    -Passing: Dylan Pyron (14 of 26 for 140 yards, 2 TD)

    -Rushing: Henry Argueta (27-86)

    -Receiving: Chase Jefferson (3-64), Abel Ramirez (4-61-1), Kenny Greenfield (2-16-1)

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