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Gonzaga College Prep, Washington D.C., MD, DC
In the five years prior to Brady taking over in 2010, Gonzaga was a middling program with a sub-.500 record (25-29). Since he's arrived, it had a winning record every year.
Friendship Collegiate, Washington D.C., MD, DC
One of the most well-known figures in D.C. football, Abdul-Rahim has helped more than 50 players earn full scholarships to play in college and helped turn Friendship into a local power.
Good Counsel, Olney, MD, DC
Milloy led Good Counsel to the No. 1 ranking in the Washington Post for a fourth consecutive season last year, with a fourth straight conference crown and a 376-107-1 overall record.
Centreville, Centreville, Va, DC
The year before Haddock took over, the Wildcats went 1-9. Since he's taken over, they've gone 33-16 with seven of those losses coming in his first year. Haddock led them to the regional championship in 2011 and a D-6 runner-up finish.
Quince Orchard, Gaithersburg, MD, DC
Now in his 10th season on the sideline, Mencarini entered this season at 110-17 with a 4A state championship in 2007 and a runner-up finish in 2012.
Dematha, Hyattsville, MD, DC
A young hire at only 29 years old, Brooks has gone 15-7 in his two years at the helm and has already developed five D-I commits with several more expected.
Lake Braddock, Burke, VA, DC
Now in his eighth year as head coach, Poythress has led Lake Braddock to four straight district crowns while going 44-18 over the last five seasons.
Stone Bridge, Ashburn, VA, DC
Since the school opened in 2000, Thompson has led the Bulldogs to a 134-26 record with 11 playoff appearances, five trips to the 3A state final and a championship in 2007.