Boys Varsity Football
Six members of the the Class of 2018 have committed to going on to play college football next year so far. This adds to a list of 20 other players who have moved on in Patriot's brief 7 year history. Patriot players have participated at all levels D1 (8), D2 (8), D3 (10) and NAIA (1).
Class of 2018
Ty Leasure Fairmont State
Bo Giwa Wingate University
Jourdan Smith Clarion University
Jack Quander Shepherd University
Jordan Slaiby Alderson-Broaddus University
Elijah Snow Mount Union University
Class of 2017
Patrick Bentley Alderson-Broaddus University
Tyler Puhlick Hampden-Sydney College
Mufudzi Chogugudza Hamilton College
Bailey Seamon Bridegwater College
Class of 2016
Robby Owens Randolph-Macon College
Christian Pridgeon Bowdoin College
Izaiah Eaves Stevenson University
Class of 2015
Nick Matthews Marshall University
Jake Caparella Air Force Academy
Cody Agnew West Virginia Wesleyan
Elijah McKnight Mount Union University
Class of 2014
Josh Carter Gardner-Webb University
Quintin Reynolds ODU
Nick Ferrari-Smith ODU
Vic Ceglie Shepherd University
Ryan Ashley Shepherd University
Nick Ntiros Christopher Newport University
Class of 2013
Nii Lartey Hampton University
Malik Fuller ODU
Beecher Carder Bluefield College
Congratulations to Ike Onwuka who was recently recognized as one of their Northern Virginia Player of the Year!
Ike adds this to his being named Cedar Run conference Player of the Year as well as being named First Team All-Region.
Elijah Snow - LB
DJ Smith - DL
Jakai Moore - OL
Ike Onwuka - RB
Jourdan Smith - LB
Jack Quander - DE
Jalen Stroman - DB
Bo Giwa - WR
?Ty Leasure - OL
?Harold Barbour - Center
Jahmia Marcelle - DB
Chris Sonnenberg - QB
August 24 Colonial Forge (home)
August 31 Mountain View (home)
September 7 Colgan (away)
September 22 TC Williams (away) - SATURDAY
September 28 Westfield (home)
October 5 Stonewall Jackson (away)
October 12 Forest Park (home)
October 19 Osbourn (away)
October 26 Osbourn Park (away)
November 2 Battlerfield (home)
Patriot Football Fans,
Our spectators need to uphold the value of good sportsmanship at all times. Our fan behavior and comments are a reflection on our football program as a whole. We encourage and need our fans to portray positive enthusiasm at all of our contests. Our fans are an integral part of our team and any negativity is counteractive to our program's goals and have a negative impact on our student-athletes, coaching staff, and game officials. Let the coaches coach, the officials officiate, and the spectators be positive.
?Director of Student Activities
Players must provide their own cleats, shorts, socks and t-shirts.
Cleats must be white, black, navy blue, red or silver.
Players should wear light colored t-shirts.
Players are expected to wash their practice equipment. NO BLEACH.
Do NOT put knee pads in the drier.
Each player will be issued a locker and a lock.
The coaching staff will do everything in its power to secure the locker room. Unfortunately, this is not always possible. As a result, locks must be secured on each locker at all times to help limit the threat of theft. The best prevention is to leave all valuable items and money at home.