The 2019 football season ended abruptly on November 9 when the Seahorses fell to Blue Ridge in a heartbreaker, 43-40.
The team grew leaps and bounds from a 42-0 drubbing in September to almost stealing a win from the number two team in the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association in the state semi-finals, recalls coach Ed Homer. That was the last time the Seahorses took the field. COVID-19 took the 2020 season and any chances for the players to add substantially to their resumes for college coaches.
The Seahorses somehow came through however, and DJ Sims of Ashland, Haley Van Voorhis of The Plains and Rock Wolfson of White Stone are now committed to their choices for college football in the coming season….
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