(Nov. 1, 2013) – It’s time for November high school football and Loudoun’s oldest rivalry returns tonight with a lot on the line as the area’s oldest high school Loudoun County, which opened in 1954, hosts Loudoun Valley, the area’s second oldest high school which opened in 1962. For the 53rd time the Vikings and Raiders will go head-to-head with the Vikings holding a 30-22 advantage in the series.
3A Loudoun Valley (7-1 overall) leads the Dulles District regular season with a 4-0 mark and is currently the second seed in the 3A East Region playoff picture. 4A Loudoun County (5-3) is 3-1 in district and currently sits in the final first round home playoff spot at No. 8 seed in the 4A North Region playoffs. With two weeks left the Dulles District title, which this year carries only bragging rights in the revamped postseason structure, the race is wide open with Woodgrove (5-3) still in the picture with a 4-1 district mark and a date with Valley next week.
Here is a look at the final score of every game played in the Valley vs. County football series. (Big thank you to Viva Loudoun college intern Joe Bushrod who this summer made a copy of every athletic page from every Loudoun County High School yearbook since the school opened in 1954).