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Varsity Football

Varsity Football


CJ Remmo
Head Varsity Coach

Levi Franklin
Assistant Varsity Coach

Dan Wolff
Assistant Varsity Coach

Kameron Bryant
Assistant Varsity Coach

Calvin Mainor
Assistant Varsity Coach

Mike Hyde
Assistant Varsity Coach

James Hightower, III
Assistant Varsity Coach

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Football Highlights

Football Wins League Championship

Following the exciting win against Maret at Friday Night Lights, the varsity football team wrapped up its regular season last Friday with a 45-0 win over Sidwell Friends. With a 6-2 record (3-1 conference), the team finished as co-champions of the Mid Atlantic Conference for the first time since 2011. The team is ranked second in the state and will next play Trinity Episcopal in Richmond on Saturday, November 12, at 1:00 pm in the state semifinals. Read the coverage from Sun Gazette on the team's win over Sidwell and check out Potomac parent Becky Cullinan's photo gallery for more pics.

Football Defeats Flint Hill

The varsity football team beat rival Flint Hill 33-13 in that school’s Homecoming game last Saturday. Our defense held the high-powered Huskies offense scoreless through three quarters. The defense was led by EJ Schneeberg '25, Max Gyllenhoff '24, David Hyde '23, Lucas Boulter '25, and Devin Dunn '23. Dunn hauled in three interceptions on the day. 

On offense, Marcel Gaskins '23 gained 196 yards and three touchdowns on the ground, adding a 56-yard reception for a touchdown on a throw from Camren Boykin '25. Boykin also connected with Grant Joe '24 for a touchdown pass. Drew Turner '23 and Blaze Jones '23 added to the offense with 60 and 22 yards respectively. Read the full coverage of the game and see a photo gallery.

The Panthers will face defending MAC champs St. James at Potomac's Homecoming game on Saturday, October 22, at 12:00 noon. 

Football Improves to 2-0

The varsity football team bested Saint John Paul the Great 34-7 on Friday in front of a spirited home crowd. Potomac's defense was stingy, holding JPG to less than 100 yards. Max Gyllenhoff '24 and Tyler Judd '23 led the team in tackles, with nine and five respectively, each also adding 1.5 sacks on the day. Nathan Alexander '25 contributed four tackles and an interception. David Hyde '23 added two tackles for loss and two forced fumbles. JPG's only score came on a special teams breakdown early in the game.  

On offense, the Panthers gained 411 yards, including 254 yards rushing behind offensive linemen Laith Weimer '24, Bryce Hall '24, Jack Wade '23, Patrick Wolff '23, and Gyllenhoff. Nick Webster '23 gained 112 yards, and Drew Turner '23 scampered for 85 yards and two touchdowns. Marcel Gaskins '23 ran for 50 yards as well.

Quarterback Cam Boykins '25 was 7 of 9 passing for 157 yards and three TDs, connecting to Andrew Lay '23 for 110 yards and two TDs. Turner added two catches for 19 yards and a TD, while Jack Judd '24 and Mack Repke '25 each added a catch.

Please see the game coverage in the Sun Gazette.

Girls squash vs. Mercersburg

The girls varsity squash team beat Mercersburg Academy 7-2 during their first hosted match at the new Spangler courts. The top seven players in the team’s lineup did not drop a game, and many Panthers held their opponents to a total of fewer than four points per match. 

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2019 Fall Athletics

Congratulations to our athletics for their amazing fall season. The Panthers are...

  • MAC golf champions
  • ISL A volleyball regular season champions
  • ISL A volleyball tournament champions
  • ISL AA tennis regular season co-champions  
  • Girls tennis state champions
  • NoVa girls soccer Champions
  • Boys soccer tournament champions and MAC co-champions

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