Heritage defensive tackle David Letuligasenoa

Heritage defensive tackle David Letuligasenoa (75), seen here last season against Liberty, figures to be the Patriots’ defensive leader this season.    

After failing to make the playoffs in 2012 and 2013, Heritage High School returned to the postseason in 2014, marking the sixth time in eight years of varsity football that the Patriots advanced beyond the regular season.

Even more impressive in 2014 was the strength of schedule against which Heritage battled to reach the playoffs. All six teams that beat the Patriots won at least one playoff game, and three of them reached their respective section title games. Along the way, Heritage also reclaimed the Brentwood Bowl against rival Liberty High School, winning 15-12 on enemy turf.

The win over Liberty was one of two victories for the Patriots against playoff-bound teams last season, and Heritage enjoyed some individual accolades as well. Senior quarterback Sohail Mohsini set single-season school records for passing yards and touchdowns, while receiver Tre Edwards set single-season records for receiving yards, receptions and touchdowns. In addition, defensive lineman David Letuligasenoa was named first-team all-league for the second straight year.

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