Three new Players of the Year will be added to the DC Touchdown Club’s illustrious list of D.C. area talent Thursday night.
Flint Hill School’s Tom Verbanic has racked up more than 230 victories as a football coach and is closing in on 400 wins as a baseball coach.
Woodgrove quarterback Graham Walker totaled more than 450 yards of offense and four touchdowns as the Wolverines beat Lake Taylor, 38-33, to win the Virginia 4A state title.
Throwing for two touchdowns and running for two more, Oakdale quarterback Collin Schlee led the Bears to a 35-7 win over previously undefeated Glenelg for their first Maryland State Championship.
Bell quarterback and defensive lineman Jeremiah Richardson was a two-way star for the Griffins, leading them to the DCSAA title.
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With two touchdown passes in the final 29 seconds of the WCAC Final, including a 53-yard Hail Mary as time expired, Gonzaga quarterback Caleb Williams earned Military Bowl DC Touchdown Club Player of the Week honors.
DeMatha wide receiver/free safety DeMarcco Hellams caught two long touchdown passes, intercepted two passes, and blocked a punt that resulted in a safety as the Stags beat Good Counsel, 30-14, in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference playoff semifinals.
A six-touchdown night — three through the air and another three on the ground — secured the top spot in the Maryland 4-A playoffs for Wise and netted quarterback Quinton Williams the Military Bowl DC Touchdown Club Player of the Week.
After making his mark as a defensive standout at Blair, Brandon Ntankeu is proving to be a force on offense as well, rushing 31 times for 330 yards and three touchdowns and catching a 70-yard touchdown pass in a 41-17 win over Clarksburg to earn Player of the Week honors.
Glenelg running back Wande Owens surpassed 5,000 career rushing yards last week and has his eyes set on the Howard County record. See other top performers from around the region and be sure to vote in the poll to determine our DMV Game of the Week.
Three straight 300+ yard rushing performances earned Falls Church running back Dakwandre Marshall the DC Touchdown Club Player of the Week. Vote for the Game of the Week in our poll.
Freedom-Woodbridge senior running back TaQuan Brown rushed for a career-high 331 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Eagles to a 47-13 victory over Hylton.
Westfield High School senior wide receiver and defensive back Taylor Morin earned Player of the Week honors. See why and vote for the next Game of the Week.
Churchill senior quarterback Michael Janis threw for six touchdowns in his team’s 49-27 win over Gaithersburg to earn Military Bowl DC Touchdown Club Player of the Week honors.
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