The Yorktown football team fell behind Madison 7-3 at halftime and lost 21-3 on Friday at MHS.
Patriots coach Bruce Hanson said the offense, led by sophomore quarterback Jordan Smith, was inconsistent. Hanson said the Patriots need to work on running the football.
Smith, a running back last season, is the team’s fourth-string quarterback. Hanson said starter Sam Nottingham is suffering from mononucleosis and will likely miss the next two games.
Hanson said linebackers Henry Dixon, Sam Burton, Erik Cardillo and Charles Banks played well, and receiver C.J. Bartholomew made some tough catches on offense.
Madison improved to 1-1.
Yorktown (1-1) travels to Centreville (0-2) on Thursday.
<b>Wakefield Falls to Dominion</b>
The Wakefield football team dropped to 0-2 with a 28-24 loss to Dominion (1-2) on Friday at WHS.
The Warriors, who were limited to 43 rushing yards in a season-opening 38-6 loss to Lee, rushed for 224 yards against Dominion. Boubacar Diallo led Wakefield with 91 yards on 13 carries. Terry Davis rushed 11 times for 67 yards and Naquan Jewett carried three times for 53 yards.
Wakefield’s Terry Davis caught two passes for 36 yards. Diallo, DaShawn Grady and Aaron Hunt each caught one pass.
Wakefield quarterback Drew Powell completed 5 of 12 passes for 63 yards and was intercepted once.
The Warriors travel to take on McLean (1-1) on Thursday.
<b>Washington-Lee Drops to 0-2</b>
The Washington-Lee football team lost to South County, 35-0, Friday at WLHS.
The Generals (0-2) travel to face Hayfield (1-1) on Thursday.