Vossler returns for second season as Rams head coach.
The Robinson football team started 6-0 last season but finished 6-5.
Warhawks look to snap seven-year losing streak to Cougars.
The Madison football team looks to beat Oakton for the first time since 2007.
Generals have questions at quarterback, running back.
Washington-Lee opens the season at home against Westfield on Sept. 3.
State runners-up face challenge of filling starting positions.
The Centreville football program graduated a lot of talented players after back-to-back state final appearances.
Rising senior quarterback DeAndre Clayton leads Stallion offense.
The South County football team's practices are based on speed.
Cardinals return eight defensive starters, six offensive.
Bishop Ireton reached the VISAA Division 1 state championship game last season.
Patriots determined to continue winning tradition.
Yorktown lost in the opening round of the playoffs last season.
Cougars hope to improve from 2014 record of 5-5.
Oakton reached the playoffs in 2014.
Highlanders finished 5-5 in 2014.
Entering his second year with McLean, head coach Shaun Blair expects his team’s improved chemistry and strength will help produce wins on the field.
Senior receiver Blanding is potential breakout athlete.
The Herndon football team opens the season at Fairfax on Sept. 3.
Quarterback Ellis, receiver Burch lead Wolverine offense.
West Potomac is hoping familiarity will lead to an increase in victories.
Titans will run hybrid wing-T offense.
T.C. Williams opens the season at Thomas Jefferson on Sept. 4.
Saxons lost program’s all-time leading rusher to graduation.
The average size of Langley's four returning offensive line starters is 6 feet 3, 284 pounds.
Bruins were blown out by Westfield in 2014 region semis.
Kyle Edwards enters his second season as Lake Braddock's starting quarterback.
Four-time region runners-up return strong defense.
For years, Westfield football has been recognized as one of the strongest teams in the state of Virginia, reaching the region championship game in each of the last four years, losing thrice to 2014 6A state runner-up Centreville, who also competes in Conference 5.