Friday night football live scoreboard: Week 6 – Washington Post

Najieh Benjamin (30) and H.D. Woodson are fired up for their Turkey Bowl rematch with Wilson on Friday night. (Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)

We?re past the halfway point in the high school football season, and this weekend?s matchups are guaranteed to have a major impact on which teams play on into November and which will pack up their uniforms after Week 10. We know some of you will be in the stands for one game while searching for scores from others that may factor into your team?s playoff positioning. Don?t worry. As always, we?ve got you covered.

The AllMetSports team will have reporters at the Turkey Bowl rematch between Wilson and H.D. Woodson; a huge SMAC contest between unbeaten Chopticon and defending league champ North Point; a ground-and-pound affair featuring No. 11 Stone Bridge at Robinson; a Loudoun County litmus test pitting perennial power Tuscarora against unbeaten upstart Potomac Falls; a Howard County test for unbeaten Long Reach on the road at River Hill; an Anne Arundel County clash between a pair of 3-2 teams ? Broadneck and Arundel; a pivotal Prince George?s County game between Potomac and still-perfect Gwynn Park; and a matchup of Alexandria private schools as St. Stephen?s/St. Agnes visits Episcopal under the lights.

We?ll be updating all the scores live all night, so consider this your one-stop shopping for real-time updates from all 77 games on tap for tonight.

Here?s the full scoreboard. Follow us on Twitter at @allmetsports for updates and scores from all over the region.

Also: Check out the playoff outlooks in Maryland and Virginia through Week 5.

TOP 20

?No. 1 DeMatha 49,?McNamara 12?

?No. 3 Damascus?45,?Blake?14

No. 5 St. John?s 48, St. Mary?s Ryken 7

?No. 6 Sherwood 76,?Northwood 20

No. 7 Old Mill 35, North County?0

?No. 9 Quince Orchard 49, Churchill 0


No. 10 Episcopal 42, St. Stephen?s/St. Agnes 3 (Follow @EricGoldweinWP for updates)

No. 11 Stone Bridge 36, Robinson 21?Read the story by?@JacobBogage?here.

Briar Woods 35, No. 12 Westfield 34

No. 13 South County 56, W.T. Woodson?32

No. 14 Howard 35,?Centennial 0

No. 15 Centreville 21,?Oakton 12

No. 16 Lake Braddock 42, T.C. Williams 7

No. 19 South Lakes 56, Herndon 23

No. 20 Spalding 42,?Calvert Hall 14?


?Ballou 54, Anacostia 0

Bell 42, Cardozo?8

Dunbar 44, Eastern 20

McKinley 55, Coolidge?22

Theodore Roosevelt 63, Phelps 0

H.D. Woodson 41, Wilson 35?Read the story by @mgiannotto?here.


Annapolis 42, Severna Park 35

Blair 36, Springbrook?7

Broadneck 45, Arundel 12?Read the story by?@CallieCaplan?here.

Largo 36, Central 0

North Point 26, Chopticon 0?Read the story by?@kylefstackpole?here.

Urbana?17, Clarksburg 12

Fort Hill?63, Fairmont Heights 13

Whitman 28, Gaithersburg 17

Great Mills 24, Leonardtown 16

Wilde Lake?30, Hammond 0

St. Charles 24,?La Plata 6

Long Reach 20, River Hill 10? Read the story by?@JoshNeedelman?here.


Marriotts Ridge 21, Oakland Mills 0

Thomas Stone 33, McDonough 20 ?

Northeast 28, Chesapeake?22

Northern 21, Huntingtown 14

Northwest 46, Richard Montgomery 13

Einstein 16, Paint Branch 14

Bethesda-CC 20, Poolesville 12

Potomac (Md.) 42, Gwynn Park 37?Read the story by?@NickEilerson?here.


Seneca Valley 42, ?Watkins Mill 21

Glen Burnie?25, Southern 7

Century 21,?St. Mary?s-Annapolis 19

Suitland 47, ?High Point 7

Walter Johnson 32, Magruder?21

?Lackey?28,?Westlake 0?

Wootton 28, Rockville 22

Tuscarora will look to knock Potomac Falls out of the top spot in Conference 14. (Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)


Battlefield 45, Osbourn Park?22

Brentsville 42, Fauquier 27

Champe 53, Rock Ridge?14

Chantilly 49, McLean 14

Colonial Forge 52, Forest Park?14

Woodgrove 52, Freedom-South Riding 14

Loudoun Valley 40,?Handley 0

Hylton 56, Gar-Field 0

Washington-Lee?36, Langley 35?

Dominion 37,?Loudoun County 10?

Liberty 35, Manassas Park 14

Annandale 28,?Mount Vernon 21

Potomac (Va.) 31, Mountain View?13

Tuscarora 24, Potomac Falls 17 Read the story by?@DillonMullan?here.

Riverside 31, George Mason 13

Stonewall Jackson 26, Osbourn 0

Wakefield 32, Edison 14

West Potomac 47, West Springfield?40

Riverbend 24, Woodbridge 5

Broad Run 29, Yorktown 7


Riverdale Baptist 49,?Bullis 18

Friendship Collegiate 9, Avalon 8

Indiana School for the Deaf 57, Model 0

National Christian 26,?National Collegiate 6

St. Albans 34, Paul VI 21

Severn 12,?Archbishop Curley 10

?Pallotti 55,?St. Paul?s 0

Woodbridge (Del.) 40, John Paul the Great 0

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Formula one: Rosberg on pole, Ricciardo to start fifth after Vettel's penalty – The Sydney Morning Herald

Australian?Daniel Ricciardo will start from fifth place in Sunday’s?Japanese Grand Prix, while world championship leader Nico Rosberg grabbed pole position in his Mercedes.

Lewis Hamilton will start alongside him in second, with the Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen third.

Leading the way: Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg and Kimi Raikkonen in Japan.
Leading the way: Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg and Kimi Raikkonen in Japan.?Photo: Clive Rose

Sebastian Vettel qualified fourth fastest, but will start seventh because of a three-place penalty after his first-lap?collision in Malaysia last week. Ricciardo was sixth fasted behind his teammate Max Verstappen, but both move up the grid for the start thanks to Vettel’s penalty

The surprise packet of the day was Haas’ Romain Grosjean, who qualified seventh fastest, followed by the two Force India cars.

Hamilton trails Rosberg by 23 points in the championship with five rounds left, with Ricciardo a clear third in the standings after his win last weekend.

Sunday’s race is expected to be tight, with the top six cars evenly matched and tyre strategy expected to be crucial in deciding the podium places.

American Chess Player Boycotts Championship in Iran Over Hijab Rule – New York Times


A YouTube image of Nazi Paikidze-Barnes, a Russian-born Georgian-American and one of America?s top chess players.

Credit, via YouTube

Nazi Paikidze-Barnes, a United States women?s chess champion, has said that she will boycott next year?s world championship in Iran because religious law would require her to wear a hijab.

In a series of posts on social media, Ms. Paikidze-Barnes, a Russian-born Georgian-American, has said that requiring women to wear a hijab is a human rights issue.

?I think it?s unacceptable to host a Women?s World Championship in a place where women do not have basic fundamental rights and are treated as second-class citizens,? she wrote in a post on Instagram.

Ms. Paikidze-Barnes, 22, also organized a petition calling for the competition?s governing body, the F?d?ration Internationale des ?checs, or World Chess Federation, to either move the competition from Iran or persuade Iranian officials to make wearing a hijab an option instead of a requirement.

According to a statement from the federation?s spokeswoman, Anastasiya Karlovich, posted to Chess Daily News, the organization has defended its decision to host the championship in Iran. For one, the statement said, no other country had asked. For another, Iran held a global event in February that went off well.

?There were no complaints from the players or officials, and everybody respected the laws of the country, including the dress requirements,? Ms. Karlovich wrote.

Both Ms. Paikidze-Barnes and FIDE did not immediately return an email request for further comment on Friday.

At least one other player has vocally criticized Ms. Paikidze-Barnes?s decision to boycott. Ms. Paikidze-Barnes?s comments have also alienated Iranian women, including Mitra Hejazipour, an Iranian chess player and fellow grandmaster.

?This is going to be the biggest sporting event women in Iran have ever seen; we haven?t been able to host any world championship in other sporting fields for women in the past,? Ms. Hejazipour, 23, told The Guardian. ?It?s not right to call for a boycott. These games are important for women in Iran; it?s an opportunity for us to show our strength.?

On Wednesday, Ms. Paikidze-Barnes appeared to respond to the criticism on her Instagram page.

?I am not anti-Islam or any other religion,? she wrote. ?I stand for freedom of religion and choice. I?m protesting FIDE?s decision not because of Iran?s religion or people, but for the government?s laws that are restricting my rights as a woman.?

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NASCAR Team Picks Bad Week To Endorse Trump For 'Godly Values' – Jalopnik

Austin Self, a driver in the NASCAR Truck Series, and the team he races for, AM Racing, jointly announced their endorsement of pus-filled cheesecloth Donald Trump on Thursday. The team especially noted his push for ?godly values.? In an unrelated story, video emerged today of Trump saying he likes to grab women ?by the pussy.?

Trump shares Self?s way of seeing things, the team announced in a press release issued Thursday:

?This will be the first presidential election I?ve been old enough to take part in,? Self said. ?Politics has never really been that important to me until now ? but now more than ever, we need change. Trump and his values are in line with my beliefs.??

But it really was Trump?s godliness?nay, his holiness?that drew in AM Racing:

?We have to get God back into our lives and rebuild out country on a foundation of Godly values,? said Tim Self, AM Racing?s team owner.

?Trump?s actions indicate that he will push public policy in that direction. Jerry Falwell, Jr., Franklin Graham, and our good friend Dr. James Dobson have faith in Trump. He is our guy. Hopefully the Trump/Pence Truck will make a small difference. It represents our family and friends doing our part.??

Tim Self is also Austin Self?s father. The Trump/Pence 2016-festooned AM Racing truck will debut on October 22nd at the Fred?s Pharmacy 250 race.

Self is not the first NASCAR driver to endorse Trump, that honor going to goateed human being Korbin Forrister, who jumped on the Trump Train way back in July of 2015. The CEO of NASCAR, Brian France, has also endorsed Trump, though he doesn?t seem to fully understand what that means.

Trump, in a video recorded in 2005, said that his strategy for seducing women involved furniture shopping and ?mov[ing] on her like a bitch.?

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