"Leaving here was hard in the first place even to get a head coaching job," said Leftwich.
Brad Lutz organized the first of its kind event at William Byrd.
Radford junior quarterback Landen Clark is your WSLS 1st and 10 Player of the Year.
Week 5 winner Garrett Via spent his senior season re-writing the Mountaineers record books.
Lord Botetourt quarterback Jakari Nicely was key in the Cavaliers ending Riverheads win streak at 52.
The Eagles star running back scored five times to lead his team to victory in Week 8.
The Cougars running back rushed for more than 300 yards and 4 scores in a week 6 victory.
The Patrick Henry senior played a pivotal role in the Patriots offense this past season.
Woody recently led the Hilltoppers to a Region 4D title and state semifinal appearance.
EC Glass junior running back Michael Thomas had a breakout performance in week 9 versus Rustburg.
Will Fields took over as the Mountaineers head coach in 2020 after four years as an assistant.
The Seminole District and Region 3C defensive player of the year is headed to the 757.
Phoebus is leading Heritage at the half, 34-0.
The undefeated Cougars defeated the Hilltoppers 30-14.
Maroons return to the state final for the first time since 2012.
E.C. Glass claimed a region title for the first time in 27 years.
For the first time ever, E.C. Glass and Heritage high schools will each host a state semifinals matchup on the same day.
Hilltoppers played its most complete game of the season for the Region 4D Final victory.
LCA took home the win, 50-19.
Heritage pulled away 49-21.
It was back and forth for most of the night, but Appomattox came out on top, 38-33.
A 42-28 victory for GW.
In a shut-out game, Glenvar took down Martinsville 35-0.
In a big upset game, Galax fell to Grayson County, 21-14.
The Blue Demons were victorious 28-0.
The game’s final score was Salem 54, Louisa County 37.
LB moves on, beating Bassett 41-7.
In Daleville Friday night, a Piedmont Power will meet the Blue Ridge District champs.
It’s a matchup that was our Week 7 1st and 10 Game of the Week – E.C. Glass at Amherst County. At the time, the Lancers were undefeated ... until the Hilltoppers served them some humble pie. That was in early October.
Galax advanced to the Region 1C semifinals.
The Raiders complimentary style of play yielded a huge margin of victory in the VISAA DII Semifinals.
After a scoreless first half, the Blue Demons found offense to advance to the Region 3D semifinals.
E.C. Glass trailed 12-0 early before surging to victory behind disciplined play.
Now it was Cave Spring’s turn. Knights successfully went for two, and the game was tied up yet again.
Heritage took down the Staunton Storm on Thursday night 35-0.
The game’s final score was 35-21, Golden Eagles win
Lord Botetourt came out on top 44-7.
The Spartans were stifled by a talented Patrick Henry program a week prior to complete the regular season – but they’re itching to make a comeback.
The game’s final score was Narrows 34, Covington 18.
It was Martinsville 42, Dan River 39
They certainly brought their A-game on Thursday night, shutting out Bath County 49-0.
Grayson came out on top 35-7.
The Highlanders were victorious 49-14
We’re getting set for playoffs on the high school gridiron.
The Highlanders took down the Spartans 49-14.
The Vikings fell to the Eagles 49-16.
After four quarters under the Friday night lights, Cougars came out victorious 54-24.
William Fleming took the win 14-7.
Pulaski County certainly didn’t go quietly. Christiansburg took the win, 34-31.
Forest’s offensive line just wasn’t letting up on Friday night. They took the win against Liberty 49-12.
Martinsville defeated Bassett on Friday night, 17-10.
Lord Botetourt won against Staunton River 41-14.
PH was victorious over Salem 17-7.
It was a Friday night showdown in Lynchburg.
James River was defeated by Radford, 42-7.
Glenvar's senior wideout helped lead the Highlanders to another key District win.
The Hilltoppers took the narrow win, 23-21.
A tough team to beat.
Our former player of the week and his team were getting it done on Friday night.
Parry McCluer took down Bath County, 33-17.
Byrd took the win 37-0.
Carroll took the win on Friday night, 28-7.
Fleming didn’t stop there. They took the win on Friday night 28-27.
The tug of war ended with a sweet final touchdown as Glenvar took the win 37-34.
The game’s final score was 27-22, George Wythe.
The game’s final score was 35-13.
Christiansburg came out on top, 24-14.
Pulaski County and Patrick Henry have given us some of the more entertaining games over the past few seasons. On Friday night – bruising physical play mixed with offensive talent all over the field.
The Spartans’ offensive line didn’t let up. Salem took the win, 55-3.
The Pioneers took the big victory 34-0.
E.C. Glass went on to play to a 42-17 victory.
Chatham fell to Appomattox 35-19.
Grayson County held strong and came out on top. They won against Fort Chiswell 31-8.
GW Danville made the trip to Bassett for a Friday night showdown, and they certainly didn’t disappoint.
The game’s final score was 48-7, Lord Botetourt victorious.
The game’s final score was 35 to 26, William Fleming won.
Radford came out victorious by just one point, 28-27.
The Bruins and the Titans met up in a Friday night faceoff.
The game’s final score was 37-14, with Patrick Henry on top.
Cave Spring had a lot of momentum coming into this match, but it was senior night for Salem coming off of a bye week.
10 News’ Game of the Week is back for a Week 9 River Ridge showdown as the Salem Spartans host the Cave Spring Knights.
Brookville defeated Liberty High 62-13.
SMLCA was victorious, winning 27-17 against Roanoke Catholic.
The game’s final score was 28-16 Magna Vista.
Amherst came out victorious, winning 35-34 against Rustburg.
The game’s final score was 41-6, Blues win.
Cave Spring took down Patrick Henry 34-28.
Giles fell to Grayson County 34-14.
The game's final score was 35-23
The Grayson County Blue Devils took down the Giles Spartans 43-7.
The Cavaliers were victorious, 41-27.
A strong start by their offensive line paid off in the end. The Golden Eagles came out on top, 34-0.
Floyd County took home a big win last week in triple overtime against Glenvar, but on Friday night, they had to face off with a Three Rivers District opponent: James River.
The Bulldogs outlast the Pioneers to stay perfect.
Players will honor people who have either passed away or keep fighting breast cancer.
The game’s final score was 17-14, with James River victorious.
Floyd took the win after three overtimes against Glenvar, 33-27.
The Green Wave washed away the Fightin’ Blues, 32-0.
The Colonels were looking for a victory under the Friday night lights.