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DeAndre Reaves rushed for 5,620 yards and scored 68 touchdowns during his varsity career at Dominion.—Times-Mirror File Photo/Tin Nguyen

Reaves signs NFL free agent deal with San Diego

Dominion High School alum DeAndre Reaves was recently signed by the San Diego Chargers as an undrafted free agent. Reaves, a wide receiver and kick returner, was Marshall University's Most Valuable Player as a senior in 2015.
Cam Serigne

Loudoun Football Notebook

Briar Woods High School alums Cam Serigne (Wake Forest) and Trace McSorley (Penn State) are college standouts; four local youth leagues partner to form Loudoun Youth Football Association; Virginia High School League endorses Heads Up program; and Dulles Patriots youth organization holding early bird registration.

Broad Run seniors Spencer Evans, Michael Turner, Matt Meier and Conner Kleffman.—Courtesy Photo

Broad Run football players set for next level

Broad Run High School held ceremonies in February and March for seven student-athletes set to play college football. Spartan seniors Brendin Brooks, Spencer Evans, Conner Kleffman, Chris Moore, Matt Meier, Jaleel Robinson and Michael Turner have committed to play at the next level.

Dominion High School junior Tommy Christ, shown here in a 2015 game versus Potomac Falls, has verbally committed to play NCAA Division I football at the University of Virginia.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Tommy Christ to join older brothers in playing college football

When Tommy Christ went public April 2 with his decision to take the University of Virginia up on its offer to play college football there, the junior lineman at Dominion High School immediately stoked the fires of intrastate rivalry within his own household. Fellow Titan alumnus and older brother Matt is on the football team at Virginia Tech. It's cordial for now.

Briar Woods football, from left, Takiyul Johnson, Charlie Pierce and Mekhail White.—Photo Courtesy/Chuck Moore, Random Snaps Photography

Briar Woods pair to play college football

Briar Woods High School recognized two senior student-athletes who will continue their football careers in college during a March 16 reception in the school's library.

Three more Titans commit to play college football

Dominion High School recently held a ceremony to celebrate three more student-athletes set to play football at the collegiate level. Seniors Derrick Kouame, Luke Thompson and Chris Hanna have each finalized their college destinations.

Varsity Football Notebook

Loudoun County High School appoints a head football coach while a pair of John Champe High School seniors finalize their college football destinations.

James Burless, seated in middle, and Jordan Hinson, right, are joined by family during their college signing ceremony.—Courtesy Photo

Dominion football duo to remain teammates in college

Dominion High School seniors James Burless and Jordan Hinson recently signed their letters of intent to play football at the University of Virginia's College at Wise. UVa-Wise is a NCAA Division II school competing in the Mountain East Conference.

John Champe senior Kuony Deng hauls in a pass during the 2015 season. Deng will next take the football field for Virginia Military Institute.—File Photo

Champe’s Deng to play two at Virginia Military Institute

Kuony Deng is a football and basketball standout at John Champe High School. Ask Deng which he prefers and the answer will correlate with the sport currently in season. Deng will continue to play both sports at the collegiate level.

Dominion’s Ruffin to play football at Fairmont State

Dominion High School senior Brandon Ruffin signed his letter of intent Feb. 3 to continue his football career at Fairmont State University in West Virginia. Ruffin's parents, teammates and coaches joined him for the ceremony.

Heritage recognizes its college-bound athletes

Heritage High School held a college signing ceremony Feb. 4 for six student-athletes - Brandon Keiper, Chad Koehler, Carrie Lee, Cole Miller, Courtney Shea and Kaly Winslow - set to play college athletics.

Loudoun County trio set to play college football

Three Loudoun County High School football players secured their college destinations Feb. 3. John Jackson IV and Sostene Kah will play for West Virginia State University, while Ryan Horner is headed to James Madison University.

Daniel Smith signs his letter of intent with his parents Betsy and Jay Smith looking on.—Courtesy Photo

Tuscarora’s Smith to continue football career at Campbell

Tuscarora High School senior quarterback Daniel Smith signed his letter of intent Feb. 3 to attend and play football at Campbell University in North Carolina. Smith helped the Huskies produce a 27-2 record in his final two seasons.

Dominion’s Atariwa signs with James Madison football

Dominion High School senior Adeeb Atariwa signed his national letter of intent Wednesday to play football for James Madison University. Atariwa was joined by family, teammates and Dominion head coach Karl Buckwalter for a signing ceremony.

Cole Miller helped lead Heritage to a 6-4 record in his senior season.—Times-Mirror/Rick Wasser

Heritage’s Miller to play football at Georgetown

Heritage High School senior receiver Cole Miller will continue his football career at Georgetown University. Miller led Heritage in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns during the 2015 season.


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