MVP League 2021

From left, top to bottom: Chris Rollinson and Christian Rollinson, Vannie Coles, Dylan Scarnato and Demetrius Summers.

Five Loudoun standouts from the MVP League track and field club will further their education and continue their athletic careers in college this fall.

Vannie Coles (John Champe High School) is committed to North Carolina A&T, Dylan Scarnato (Tuscarora) will compete for the University of Tennessee, Demetrius Summers (Dominion) is headed to Norfolk State University, while twins Chris Rollinson and Christian Rollinson (John Champe) will compete for Iowa Central Junior College,

"In one of the most difficult years to develop and compete, these student-athletes overcame the odds to find excellence despite the pandemic and other adversities," said coach Nick Savage, who created the MVP League with coach Maurice Hutton.

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