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Breaking down the AAA Northwest Region playoffs

With one week remaining in the season, Battlefield, Woodbridge, Colonial Forge and Franklin County have clinched Division 6 berths; Massaponax, North Stafford, Brooke Point and Osbourn have clinched in Division 5. Here's how it looks:

AAA Northwest Region Division 6
In: Battlefield (9-0), Woodbridge (9-0), Colonial Forge (8-1), Franklin County (8-1)
In with a win: Osbourn Park (7-2)
Likely in with a win: Riverbend (7-2)
Still alive: Loudoun Valley (6-3), Gar-Field (6-3)
Skinny: Battlefield clinches the top seed in the six-team tournament if it beats Loudoun Valley or if Woodbridge loses to Gar-Field. Woodbridge also can secure a first-round bye if it wins. Osbourn Park plays Franklin County on Friday in an unusual regular season game that could be a playoff preview. Riverbend likely is in if beats North Stafford (7-2), but a loss would open the door for Loudoun Valley if the Vikings can knock off Battlefield. If Loudoun Valley also loses, Gar-Field could get in by beating Woodbridge.

AAA Northwestern Region Division 5
In: Massaponax (7-2), North Stafford (7-2), Brooke Point (5-4), Osbourn (6-3)
In with a win: George Washington-Danville (5-4), William Fleming (6-2)
Still alive: Mountain View (4-5)
Skinny: North Stafford and Massaponax likely will earn top-two seeds and first-round byes in the six-team tournament. The GW-Danville vs. William Fleming winner is in. Mountain View's best chance is to beat Massaponax and GW-Danville win. If Mountain View loses, it could still get in if GW-Danville wins.

By Josh Barr  |  November 3, 2009; 3:54 PM ET
Categories:  Battlefield , Brooke Point , Colonial Forge , Football , Gar-Field , Loudoun Valley High School , Massaponax , Mountain View , North Stafford , Northwest Region , Osbourn , Osbourn Park , Riverbend , Woodbridge  
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