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    McSorley garners Offensive Player of the Year honors

    photoTrace McSorley is the 2012 Offensive Player of the Year on the Virginia High School Coaches Association Group AA All-State football team. The junior quarterback led Briar Woods to a third straight state title in 2012.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Beverly Denny

    Briar Woods High School junior quarterback Trace McSorley was recently voted Offensive Player of the Year on the Virginia High School Coaches Association Group AA All-State football team.

    McSorley, also a standout defensive back, helped lead the Falcons to their third consecutive Virginia Division 4 state championship and first perfect season in 2012. Briar Woods is 42-3 in McSorley’s three varsity seasons.

    Joining McSorley on the VHSCA first team were senior teammates Cam Serigne (tight end) and Matt Rolin (linebacker), along with Loudoun County senior Brad Szoka (kick returner).

    Szoka also earned second-team honors as a wide receiver. Two more Falcons - junior tackle Nick Merletti and senior defensive lineman Trei Germany - were selected on the second team, as was Woodgrove senior defensive back Atem Ntantang.

    Serigne was an honorable mention selection for his defensive play. Other honorable mentions were Briar Woods junior guard Jared Coker, Briar Woods senior running back Cory Colder, Loudoun County defensive back Mike Anderson and Briar Woods senior wide receiver Devin Ramos.

    Charlie Pierce was voted Division 4 Coach of the Year after guiding the Falcons to another state title.


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