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    Five more Falcons set to play college football

    Briar Woods seniors, seated from left, Christian Campbell, Chris Larco, Tristan Miller, BJ Hinson and Matt Wolcott will continue their football careers in college.—Photo Courtesy/Chuck Moore,
    Briar Woods High School recently held a signing ceremony for five members of its football program moving on to play in college.

    Christian Campbell (East Stroudsburg State University), Chris Larco (Christopher Newport University), Tristan Miller (Christopher Newport University), BJ Hinson (Catholic University) and Matt Wolcott (James Madison University) will play at the next level.

    Those five join teammates Jared Coker (Richmond), Melvin Holland Jr. (Minnesota), Trace McSorley (Penn State) and Nick Merletti (Harvard) who were honored in a previous ceremony.

    Coach Charlie Pierce, standing, has guided Briar Woods to three state championships and a state runner-up finish in the last four seasons.


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