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Sunday, September 26, 2021


We've already hit the "midway" week of the 2021 regular season, a season unlike any other, with tons of postponements and cancellations, big game surprises, and few unbeaten teams. Let's take a look at the latest RVA Sports Network "Super 12" High School Football Poll, taking into account games played through September 25th, presented by Massey, Wood, and West, fueling Virginia since 1923. CLICK HERE for information on ordering heating oil for the upcoming winter or for HVAC installation or repairs!

NOTE: All games listed below for this week are Friday, 7pm unless otherwise noted.


1) HIGHLAND SPRINGS (2-2, was #1, at Henrico postponed, vs. Colonial Forge): The Springers see their game with rival Henrico moved up to Thursday, then postponed at the eleventh hour, rescheduled currently for October 12th. Another big out of town opponent comes to the new Kreiter Stadium Friday in the form of perennial Class 6 power Colonial Forge, who arrive with an uncharacteristic 2-2 start.

2) MANCHESTER (3-1, was #2, d. James River, at Clover Hill): The Lancers are rolling, easily defeating their in-county, Class 6, Region A rival last Friday, traveling this week to a Cavalier team who has underperformed so far this year, but who also scored 48 points in a shootout win over Huguenot.

3) VARINA (3-0, was #3, d. Mechanicsville, vs. Hanover): The Blue Devils' win at Hermitage the previous week has seemed to become a springboard for Marcus Lewis' second team at the helm. They aren't afraid to take big chances in all three phases of the game, recovering two onside kicks, scoring 39 first half points, and returning two interceptions for touchdowns in a 52-13 win at Mechanicsville on High School Football Friday Night last week. If they can slow down Cole Elrod, it could be another big night this week when the Blue Devils host the Hawks.

4) DINWIDDIE (2-0, was #5, d. Colonial Heights, at #5 Matoaca): Will an expected win for the Generals in their return to play at Colonial Heights be enough to prepare them for a battle with already-battle tested Matoaca on the road this week? The Warriors proved they are for real by handing Thomas Dale their first defeat last Friday, holding off a late Knights comeback attempt. This game will go a long way to playoff positioning in Class 4, Region B, which includes defending region champion King George and Varina, who both enter the week 3-0.

5) MATOACA (4-0, was #8, d. #6 Thomas Dale, vs. #4 Dinwiddie): Matoaca no longer has to prove they belong in the upper echelon of Region 4B. Now, they must conquer a long-time Central District foe who now is also a region rival. We may look back to this game come November 5th as pivotal to everything from who holds the number one seed in the region, or, who begins the playoffs at home or on the road. In one of the toughest regions in the Commonwealth, winning at home head-to-head is imperative. 

6) THOMAS DALE (2-1, was #4, l. to #5 Matoaca, at Prince George): It was so much to ask the Knights, who have spent an emotional September dealing with issues related to COVID-19, issues that are much bigger than football games. While they fell short at home to Matoaca, they now must prepare for a Prince George team who saw their Homecoming game last week against Meadowbrook postponed due to no fault of their own and, at 0-3, in big-time need of a victory in Class 5, Region B.

7) HOPEWELL (2-0, was #6, at Petersburg postponed, vs. Colonial Heights, Saturday 1pm): The Blue Devils know they won't play a full ten-game schedule, as their game with Varina, which should have started the season in late August, postponed twice, is now canceled. They hope to return to action Saturday at Merner Field, before two huge road trips October 8th to Dinwiddie, and October 15th to Thomas Dale.

8) ST. CHRISTOPHER'S (4-0, was #11, d. Norfolk Academy, at Benedictine, Friday 4pm): The Saints have been handling their business without much trouble in recent weeks, but, as we learned from Mills Godwin/Douglas Freeman last Friday, when it's a rivalry game, anything can happen. Benedictine lost early to Trinity Episcopal, and needs this victory in the race for the VISAA playoffs. This is a tough road trip for the Saints, but, if they come away with a win, they become serious championship contenders.

9) PATRICK HENRY (3-1, was #10, d. Atlee, at Henrico): The Patriots had a surprisingly easy time of it at rival Atlee, pushing their in-county rivals below them in the standings in Region 4B when simply taking win-loss records into consideration. The first official region rankings, based on the Virginia High School League (VHSL) point system, will be released in two weeks. The Patriots hope that their trip to Henrico happens, as the Warriors continue to deal with coronavirus issues, and have only played twice this season.

10) MIDLOTHIAN (2-0, was #12, at Monacan postponed, vs. Cosby): The Trojans have seen their last two games postponed due to COVID, first with L.C. Bird at the last minute, then this past week's scheduled trip to Monacan, now set for a week from Monday. They haven't played since defeating Clover Hill September 10th and are one of only two undefeated teams (J.R. Tucker) left in Class 5, Region B.

11) HERMITAGE (1-2, was #9, l. at Glen Allen, vs. J.R. Tucker): When was the last time that the J.R. Tucker Tigers came into the "Cat Bowl" against rival Hermitage with the better record? Tucker's win over Deep Run Friday gave them their first 3-0 start since 1992, when they began the year at 4-0. Suddenly, the Panthers find themselves under .500 after the surprising overtime loss at Glen Allen, who also move to 1-2 in a wide open Region 5B playoff race. If the Tigers win at Chester Fritz, they may tear down their new school building in celebration (since there isn't a completed football field yet, so you can't tear down the goalposts....)

12) DOUGLAS FREEMAN (4-1, was #7, l. at Mills Godwin, vs John Marshall): For our money, the biggest shocker of a crazy Week 5 was the Mavericks' 21-7 loss to previously winless Mills Godwin on Friday. But, of course, we tell you constantly, when it's Rivalry Night, anything can happen. Thankfully for the Mavericks, they will be prohibitively favored against winless John Marshall, who doesn't have the offensive weapons that the Eagles have, then they host currently winless Deep Run before an October 15th showdown with Hermitage.

Saturday, September 25, 2021

#TheLineUp: Friday September 24th (WEEK 5 FOOTBALL)


#3 Varina 52, Mechanicsville 13

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Thomas Jefferson 37, John Marshall 0
Glen Allen 13, #9 Hermitage 6 (F/OT)
J.R. Tucker 22, Deep Run 6
Mills Godwin 21, #7 Douglas Freeman 7

Hanover at Armstrong, POSTPONED
#10 Patrick Henry 35, Atlee 3
L.C. Bird 36, Cosby 12

Clover Hill 48, Huguenot 40
#2 Manchester 42, James River 7
#12 Midlothian at Monacan, POSTPONED to Tuesday October 5th, 6pm
Meadowbrook (0-2) at Prince George (0-3), POSTPONED
#5 Dinwiddie 46, Colonial Heights 0
#6 Hopewell at Petersburg, POSTPONED
#8 Matoaca 21, #4 Thomas Dale 14
Powhatan 42, George Wythe 12
Western Albemarle 17, Goochland 7

Louisa 31, Charlottesville 0
Amelia 63, Bluestone 0
King William 58, Washington & Lee 19
Essex 7, King & Queen Central 6 (SUSPENDED in 3rd Quarter)
Culpeper 22, Caroline 0
Chancellor 30, Eastern View 16
Spotsylvania 23, Courtland 20
King George 41, James Monroe 7

Nottoway 61, Cumberland 0
Buckingham 35, Prince Edward 0
Greensville at Sussex Central, POSTPONED
West Point at Northampton, POSTPONED to Monday October 11, 6pm
#11 St. Christopher's 52, Norfolk Academy 0


Collegiate 41, Flint Hill 18
Episcopal 20, Trinity Episcopal 19
Poquoson 27, New Kent 15

Monday, September 20, 2021


This has been a strange season when it comes to polling for high school football. This is the first time in the history of our poll that a two-loss team is at the top. The explanations, and roads ahead for the ranked teams, are below as we expand our "Super 12 Poll" coverage to what has happened, why they're ranked, and where they're headed. NOTE: All games listed begin at 7pm Friday unless otherwise noted...

1) HIGHLAND SPRINGS (2-2, was #1, l. to Martinsburg (WV) 26-25, at Henrico)---It's very hard to bring the Springers down with the heir apparent behind them one of their two victories, and especially after losing to a perennial West Virginia state champion by just a point as a Hail Mary with no time remaining failed. The Springers likely will get their mojo in high gear again when they travel to face a Henrico team struggling mightily right now.

2) MANCHESTER (2-1, was #2, d. Powhatan 38-6, vs James River)---The Lancers took care of Powhatan rather handily, thanks in part to fumbles by the Indians. Their spring game was much closer. Now they face a Dominion District and Class 6, Region A rival (again) in James River, who is 3-1, but who got throttled by unbeaten Douglas Freeman in their biggest test so far.

3) VARINA (2-0, was #4, d. #9 Hermitage 28-21, at Mechanicsville)---Defeated another ranked team helps the Blue Devils move up one spot in the poll. What a gutsy onside kick call in the second half on the road to aid in their win against the Panthers. They will be favored going to Mechanicsville Friday, but October begins with two games in five days, hosting Hanover and going to #6 Hopewell to make good their August game.

4) THOMAS DALE (2-0, was #3, DNP, vs #8 Matoaca)---As of Monday night, all systems are go for the return of the Knights to action after a long COVID-19 pause cost them two games. They won't make good the Hermitage game, the Meadowbrook game is in serious jeopardy. Thus, wins are crucial for a team that may only play eight in the regular season versus ten for counterparts in Class 6, Region A. We'll talk Matoaca in a moment.

5)DINWIDDIE (1-0, was #5, DNP, at Colonial Heights)---The Generals have played once, way back on September 3rd. A missed game in August with GW-Danville that was scheduled to be played Tuesday night is now set for November 1st. It can't be pushed back again, as the regular season must end by November 6th. They'll need a good return performance as a trip to Matoaca is next, followed by Hopewell coming to face the Generals and the touchdown cannon.

6) HOPEWELL (2-0, was #6, d. Henrico 36-0, at Petersburg)---The Blue Devils are back to normal after a COVID pause with wins over I.C. Norcom and Henrico to their credit. They now look for a second road victory when they face the Crimson Wave.

7) DOUGLAS FREEMAN (4-0, was #7, at Mills Godwin)---The Mavericks used defense, a timely turnover, and the arm of Owen Fallen to earn a surprisingly easy 38-6 win at Atlee Friday. It's never easy beating the Eagles in this huge West End rivalry, and Axselle Stadium should be rocking Friday as Mills Godwin tries to finally earn the first victory for head coach P.J. Adams, while George Bland's Mavericks know they have a good thing going right now, and, should they run the table, the top seed in Class 5, Region C is certainly within reach.

8) MATOACA (3-0, bye week, at #4 Thomas Dale)---We believe Matoaca is for real. But for those who may not, here's their chance to plant their flag and prove they are among the best teams in the clogged Region 4B, where eleven teams are anywhere from 3-0 to 2-1, and only eight teams make the playoffs. The Dark Zone defense of the Knights must contain "Johnson and Johnson", as Cameron and Quentin have made life miserable for opposing defenses this season.

9) HERMITAGE (1-1, was #9, l. to #3 Varina 28-21, at Glen Allen)---No shame in losing to Varina. Now the Panthers take the shortest road trip in the Central Region down Staples Mill Road to face a Jaguar squad searching for answers after an 0-2 start and a COVID pause. If the Panthers want the top seed in Region 5C, they need to sweep the Colonial District, which would include a win over Douglas Freeman, and root for Varina to hand Highland Springs another loss come November 5th.

10) PATRICK HENRY (2-1, was #10, d. Deep Run 34-0, at Atlee)---The Patriots did what they were supposed to do last Friday, and their road sojourn continues this week inside the county, where all four teams now reside in Region 4B, including the Atlee Raiders, who simply failed to take advantage of first half scoring opportunities in their big loss to Douglas Freeman. It's Jayden Mines and Jordan Allen vs. Caleb Warren and Keith Green. Special teams may play a factor in this one.

11) ST. CHRISTOPHER'S (3-0, was #11, d. St. Alban's School 37-6, at Norfolk Academy, 6:30pm)---The Saints, looking to be the cream of the crop in private schools in our area, should be favored in their Friday trip to Norfolk. Another, bigger trip is on the horizon, as the Saints begin October at Benedictine, then there's Fork Union and Woodberry Forest before a date with Trinity Episcopal, who already defeated Benedictine, on October 23rd.

12) MIDLOTHIAN (2-0, was #12, DNP, at Monacan)---The Trojans hoped to secure their first win over L.C. Bird in 35 years last Friday, but the game was postponed at the last minute due to COVID concerns in Chester. The Skyhawks returned to practice Monday, and now the Trojans concern themselves with a Monacan team that overcame a shaky opening loss at Hanover to pick up two victories and put themselves in that top eleven plateau in Class 4, Region B. A win over the Trojans would vault Monacan back into the playoff conversation, while a Midlothian win keeps them chasing Douglas Freeman in Region 5C with Highland Springs and Hermitage all around them.

Saturday, September 18, 2021

#TheLineUp: Friday September 17---HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL WEEK 4


#7 Douglas Freeman 38, Atlee 6


Collegiate 35, St. Anne's-Belfield 7
Trinity Episcopal 39, Norfolk Academy 3
#10 Patrick Henry 34, Deep Run 0
Thomas Jefferson 25, Greensville County 8
Hanover 51, Mills Godwin 28
#4 Varina 28, #9 Hermitage 21
Martinsburg (WV) (3-0) 26, #1 Highland Springs 25
#6 Hopewell 36, Henrico 0
Cosby 48, Clover Hill 31

James River 42, Huguenot 0
Monacan 49, George Wythe 0
#2 Manchester 38, Powhatan 6
#12 Midlothian (2-0) at L.C. Bird (0-3), POSTPONED 
#3 Thomas Dale at Meadowbrook, CANCELED
Southampton 19, Colonial Heights 6
Petersburg 62, John Marshall 6
Goochland 27, Armstrong 6
King William 65, Caroline 6

Eastern View (2-0) at Brooke Point, CANCELED
Louisa 33, Fluvanna 0
King George 35, Washington & Lee 0
Spotsylvania 44, Stafford 26
Riverbend 42, Chancellor 20

Bruton at West Point, POSTPONED to October 18
Amelia County 50, Altavista 7
Randolph-Henry 16, Surry 8
Sussex Central 22, Colonial Beach 16 (F/OT)
Essex at Franklin, POSTPONED
King & Queen Central 39, Isle of Wight Academy 14
Rappahannock at BrunswickCANCELED


#11 St. Christopher's 37, St. Alban's 6
St. John's (DC) 31, Life Christian Academy 0

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

#TheLineUp: Thursday September 16


New Kent at Warhill, 7pm, Wanner Stadium


Hermitage at Douglas Freeman, 6pm
Mills Godwin at Deep Run, 7pm
Glen Allen at J.R. Tucker, 7pm
Monacan at Clover Hill, 7pm
Atlee at Hanover, 7pm
Patrick Henry at Mechanicsville, 7pm
Matoaca at Dinwiddie, 7:15pm


J.R. Tucker at Glen Allen, 7pm
Douglas Freeman at Hermitage, 7pm
Deep Run at Mills Godwin, 7pm
Clover Hill at Monacan, 7pm
Hanover at Atlee, 7pm
Mechanicsville at Patrick Henry, 7pm
Highland Springs at Varina, 7pm
Charlottesville at Goochland, 6pm
Colonial Beach at Caroline, 6:15pm
New Kent at Grafton, 6:30pm
King William at King & Queen Central, 7pm
West Point at Rappahannock, 7pm


Henrico at L.C. Bird, 6pm
Chancellor at Caroline, 6pm
Thomas Dale at Atlee, 7pm
Patrick Henry at Mechanicsville, POSTPONED
Orange at Louisa, 7pm


Fork Union at Trinity Episcopal, 4pm


Clover Hill at Cosby, 6pm
Powhatan at Manchester, 6pm
James River at Goochland, 6:30pm
Atlee at Douglas Freeman, 7pm
Hanover at Mills Godwin, 7pm
Deep Run at Patrick Henry,
Hermitage at Varina, 7pm
Hopewell at Henrico, 7pm

Sunday, September 12, 2021


While the top six teams remain the same, there's movement from #7 through #12 and a new member of the "Super 12". Here is the latest RVA Sports Network High School Football Poll as we prepare for several big games this Friday, presented by Massey, Wood, and West, fueling Virginia since 1923!

NOTE: All games for this week listed below begin Friday at 7pm unless otherwise noted.

1) Highland Springs (2-1, was #1, d. Prince George 45-19, vs Martinsburg (WV))
2) Manchester (1-1, was #2, d. George Wythe 63-8, at Powhatan)
3) Thomas Dale (2-0, was #3, did not play, at Meadowbrook)
4) Varina (1-0, was #4, idle, at #9 Hermitage)
5) Dinwiddie (1-0, was #5, did not play, vs. GW-Danville, Tuesday 9/21)
6) Hopewell (1-0, was #6, d. I.C. Norcom 35-13, vs. Henrico)
7) Douglas Freeman (3-0, was #8, d. Mechanicsville 21-6, at Atlee)
8) Matoaca (3-0, was #9, d. Hanover 26-7, bye week)
9) Hermitage (1-0, was #10, d. #10 Patrick Henry 27-26 (OT), vs. #4 Varina)
10) Patrick Henry (1-1, was #7, l. to #9 Hermitage 27-26 (OT), at Deep Run)
11) St. Christopher's (2-0, was #12, d. St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 21-7, at St. Albans, Sat, 2pm)
12) Midlothian (2-0, NEW, d. Clover Hill 41-14, at L.C. Bird)

Dropping Out: Louisa (2-1, was #11)

On The Cusp: Atlee (3-0), Trinity Episcopal (2-1), Benedictine (1-1)

Saturday, September 11, 2021

#TheLineUp: Friday September 10 -- HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL WEEK 3



Amelia 36, Franklin 8


Booker T. Washington 38, Petersburg 14


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Benedictine 28, Woodberry Forest 10
#12 St. Christopher's 21, St. Stephens & St. Agnes 7
#1 Highland Springs 45, Prince George 19

Ameila County 8, Thomas Jefferson 7
J.R. Tucker 20, Meadowbrook 6
Patrick Henry at Glen Allen, POSTPONED
Hermitage at Thomas Dale, POSTPONED
ADDED: #10 Hermitage 27, #7 Patrick Henry 26 (F/OT)
#9 Matoaca 26, Hanover 7
James River 28, Cosby 8
#8 Douglas Freeman 21, Mechanicsville 6

Atlee 27, Mills Godwin 7
Powhatan 28, Huguenot 6
Midlothian 41, Clover Hill 14
#2 Manchester 63, George Wythe 8
Monacan 23, L.C. Bird 13
North Stafford at #5 Dinwiddie (1-0), CANCELED
Colonial Heights 40, Park View-South Hill 34 (F/OT)
#6 Hopewell 35, I.C. Norcom 13
New Kent 46, Bruton 6

King William (1-1) at Essex (2-0), POSTPONED
Eastern View 30, Stafford 26
Riverbend 52, Courtland 19

Halifax at Nottoway, CANCELED
Prince Edward 52, Nelson County 30
King & Queen Central 44, Cumberland 0
Orange 39, Charlottesville 7

Massaponax at Louisa, CANCELED
ADDED: King George 33, #11 Louisa 15
Ravenwood (TN) 35, Life Christian Academy 14


Trinity Episcopal 37, Collegiate 0
John Marshall at Armstrong (0-2), 5pm

Thursday, September 9, 2021

#TheLineUp: Thursday September 9


Midlothian 6, Cosby 3
New Kent at Northumberland, CANCELED
Deep Run at Prince George, POSTPONED

James River 5, Manchester 0
Atlee 5, Matoaca 0
Fluvanna at Louisa, 7pm
King George 2, Caroline 1


Patrick Henry 3, Varina 0
Mills Godwin at Douglas Freeman, 7pm
Mechanicsville 3, J.R. Tucker 0
Glen Allen at Maggie Walker GS, POSTPONED
Manchester 3, Clover Hill 2
L.C. Bird at Cosby, 7pm
Midlothian at Monacan, 7pm
Hanover 3, Henrico 0
Colonial Heights 3, Petersburg 0
Prince George at Dinwiddie, 7:15pm
Thomas Dale at James River, POSTPONED


Hanover 3, Henrico 0
Saint Gertrude at Trinity Episcopal, 5:45pm
Colonial Heights 3, Petersburg 0
Meadowbrook 3, Matoaca 1
Huguenot at George Wythe, 6pm
New Kent at Lafayette, 6:30pm
Western Albemarle 3, Goochland 1
Fluvanna at Louisa, 6:30pm
King George at Caroline, 6:45pm
Glen Allen 3, Maggie Walker GS 0
Mechanicsville 3, J.R. Tucker 0
Mills Godwin 3, Douglas Freeman 0
James River at Thomas Dale, POSTPONED
Cosby at L.C. Bird, 7pm
Manchester 3, Clover Hill 1
Monacan at Midlothian, 7pm
Patrick Henry 3, Varina 0
Bluestone at Amelia, 7pm
King William at Mathews, 7pm


St. Stephen's & St. Agnes at St. Christopher's, 4pm
Powhatan 47, Caroline 12
Cosby at James River, 6pm
Monacan at L.C. Bird, 6pm
Midlothian 32, Clover Hill 8
Hopewell 18, I.C. Norcom 12 (F/OT)

Manchester at George Wythe, 6pm
Courtland at King William, 6pm
Central-Lunenburg at Amelia, 6:30pm
Mills Godwin at Atlee, 7pm
Mechanicsville at Douglas Freeman, 7pm
Glen Allen at Patrick Henry, POSTPONED to October 14
Prince George at Highland Springs, 7pm
Matoaca 27, Hanover 12


Collegiate at Trinity Episcopal, 4pm


Trinity Episcopal at Blue Ridge, 5pm


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Tuesday, September 7, 2021


Highland Springs wins the battle at the top and stays at #1 in the latest RVA Sports Network Super 12 High School Football Poll, while there are a host of changes below them.

1) Highland Springs (1-1, was #1), d. Manchester 27-20, at Prince George (0-2), Friday, 6:30pm airtime on Rejoice 101.3 FM/990 AM or CLICK HERE to listen live!)

2) Manchester (0-1, was #2), (l to Highland Springs 27-20, vs George Wythe, Friday, 7pm

3) Thomas Dale (2-0, was #3), (d. L.C. Bird 26-7, game vs. #10 Hermitage postponed due to COVID-19

4) Varina (1-0, was #4), (d. Glen Allen 34-0, idle)

5) Dinwiddie (1-0, was #7), (d. Heritage-Lynchburg 52-12, game vs. North Stafford postponed due to COVID-19

6) Hopewell (0-0, was #6), (at I.C. Norcom, Friday, 7pm)

7) Patrick Henry (1-0, was #8), (d. Mills Godwin 47-20, at #10 Hermitage, Friday, 7pm)

8) Douglas Freeman (2-0, was #12), (d. James River 37-9, at Mechanicsville, Friday, 7pm)

9) Matoaca (2-0, NEW), (d. Clover Hill 45-0, vs. Hanover, Friday, 7pm)

10) Hermitage (0-0, was #9), (vs. #7 Patrick Henry, Friday, 7pm)

11) Louisa (2-0, NEW), (game vs. Massaponax canceled, now vs. King George, Friday, 7:30pm)

12) St. Christopher's (1-0, NEW) (d. Flint Hill 55-0, at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes, Friday, 4pm)


Dropped Out: Life Christian (was #5), Trinity Episcopal (was #10), Monacan (was #11)


NOTE: Thursday games will air exclusively on our website. All Friday games will air in Richmond on our NEW radio home, Rejoice 101.3 FM and 990 AM, as well as on our website, and on Alexa by asking to play "Rejoice Richmond"! 

Thursday August 26: Mechanicsville at Deep Run, 6:45pm

Friday August 27: Matoaca at Glen Allen, 6:30pm

Thursday September 2: Monacan at Hanover, 6:45pm

Friday September 3: Mills Godwin at Patrick Henry, 6:30pm

Friday September 10: Highland Springs at Prince George, 6:30pm

Friday September 17: TO BE ANNOUNCED

Friday September 24: TO BE ANNOUNCED

Friday October 1: TO BE ANNOUNCED

....and more listings to come! We will "flex" into games of bigger playoff interest as the season progresses. 

Friday, September 3, 2021



#8 Patrick Henry 47, Mills Godwin 20

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Douglas Freeman 37, James River 9
Highland Springs 27, Manchester 20

J.R. Tucker (1-0) at Indian River (1-0), POSTPONED
Collegiate 21, Goochland 0
New Kent 16, Colonial Heights 12
Dinwiddie 52, Heritage (Lynchburg) 12
Petersburg 41, Armstrong 6
Essex 17, Jamestown 0
King & Queen Central 52, Windsor 12
Louisa 45, Courtland 20

Liberty (Bealeton) at Eastern View (1-0), CANCELED
King George at Massaponax, POSTPONED
Nottoway 42, Greensville 16
Altavista 37, Prince Edward 0
Lancaster at Sussex Central (0-1), 7pm
West Point at Rappahannock, 7pm
William Campbell at Cumberland, POSTPONED
Fuqua at Randolph-Henry, 7pm
Spotsylvania 41, Fluvanna 0
Chancellor at Stafford, CANCELED
Orange 20, Culpeper County 7
St. Christopher's 55, Flint Hill 0

Thursday, September 2, 2021

#TheLineUp: Thursday September 2 (Week 2 Football, Night 1)


RVA Sports Network Special: Hanover 20, #11 Monacan 7

Thomas Jefferson 20, Meadowbrook 6
Atlee 48, Deep Run 0
#4 Varina 34, Glen Allen 0
Powhatan 21, Mechanicsville 20 (F/OT)
#3 Thomas Dale 26, L.C. Bird 7

Midlothian 41, Prince George 40
Matoaca 45, Clover Hill 0
#9 Hermitage at Henrico (0-1), 
King William 60, Nandua 7
George Wythe 8, Caroline 6
West Point at Rappahannock, 7pm
Amelia County at Franklin, POSTPONED to September 6th
Liberty (Bealeton) at Eastern View (1-0), POSTPONED
Milton (GA) 34, #5 Life Christian Academy 14


Monacan vs. Midlothian, 4:15pm, River City SportsPlex
Thomas Dale at Cosby, POSTPONED to September 9th
Monticello 3, New Kent 1


Glen Allen at Hermitage, 6pm
Atlee at Cosby, 6pm
James River 3, Clover Hill 0
Manchester 3, Midlothian 2
L.C. Bird at Monacan, 7pm


Midlothian 3, Manchester 0
New Kent 3, Warhill 0

Hermitage at Glen Allen, 7pm
Clover Hill at James River, 7pm
King & Queen Central at Lancaster, 7pm
Rappahannock at West Point, 7pm

Wednesday, September 1, 2021

#TheLineUp: Wednesday September 1


Randolph-Macon 3, Mary Washington 0


Midlothian at Douglas Freeman, 7pm
Cosby at Matoaca,


Deep Run at Hanover, POSTPONED to September 27
Douglas Freeman at Midlothian, 7pm
Matoaca at Cosby,
Meadowbrook 3, Henrico 0