Washington outlasted Warrenton in a game that bore a striking resemblance to the 2010 showdown between these GAC rivals.
The Blue Jays edged the Warriors with an identical 35-34 finish that was again determined in the final moments.
With his team trailing 34-32, Luke Hoemann kicked a 18-yard field goal with 12.1 seconds remaining to secure the victory.
Following a 30-minute lightning delay that interrupted the first quarter, Warrenton took a 6-0 lead on a 46-yard pass from T.J. Lafaver to Devin Roberts.
Washington struck back with two unanswered touchdowns, including a 26-yard run by Kyle Summers, who proved to be virtually unstoppable on the ground.
Roberts countered by returning the ensuing kickoff for a touchdown.
Summer added a 12-yard run before half to give the Blue Jays a 20-12 advantage at the break.
Washington attacked quickly into the third quarter, as quarterback Luke Hasenjaeger hit Brock Hopkins on a 36-yard scoring strike.
Warrenton then began to climb its way out of a 26-12 deficit.
Lafaver connected with Luke Darity and Roberts on touchdown passes, and the Warriors were successful on a fourth-quarter two-point conversion to go ahead 28-26.
Each team traded short scoring runs, with Warrenton taking command on a four-yard scamper by Devin Ray.
Washington answered with its own form of power running, eventually splitting the uprights for the win.
The Blue Jays improved to 2-1, while the Warriors fell to 0-3.
Wash — 0-20-6-9
War — 6-6-8-14
War — Devin Roberts 46 pass from T.J. Lafaver, (kick failed), 2:25
Wash — Kyle Summers 26 run (Luke Hoemann kick), 11:16
Wash — Grant Aholt 21 pass from Luke Hasenjaeger (kick failed), 5:53
War — Roberts 70 Kickoff Return (kick failed), 5:36
Wash — Summers 12 run (Hoemann kick), 3:47
Wash — Brock Hopkins 36 pass from Hasenjaeger (kick failed), 9:50
War — Luke Darity 14 pass from Lafaver (Pass good), 7:54
War —Roberts 25 pass from Lafaver (run good), 9:02
Wash — Summers 1 run (run fail), 6:15
War — Devin Ray 4 run (kick failed), 2:10
Wash — Hoemann 18 FG, 10.1