Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
65 Immanuel Semelfort OL/DL Sr. 6' 0" 245
72 Garrett Matthes OL/DL Jr. 6' 2" 230
40 Ashkon Shaheedian LB/LB Sr. 5' 11" 189
77 Tim Brown DL/OL Sr. 6' 1" 245
4 Isaiah Williams-Bafoe WR/S Sr. 5' 10" 150
9 Will Shapiro QB Sr. 5' 11" 170
15 Xavier May WR/CB Sr. 5' 8" 165
44 Sage Beuchert-Irvine LB/WR Sr. 6' 4" 190
28 Diego White CB Sr. 5' 7" 165
1 Joseph Dagbe WR/CB Jr. 5' 10" 180
12 Mustafa Ali CB Jr. 5' 11" 175
22 Donovan White CB Jr. 5' 11" 170
24 Dylan White CB/TE/RB/CB So. 5' 10" 160
7 Marcus Miles QB So. 5' 9" 175
23 Nick Napolitano RB/CB Sr. 5' 11" 160
50 Diego Macial-Nava LB Jr. 5' 10" 160
71 Cris Smith OL/DL Jr. 6' 1" 260
59 Gabriel Gibson OL/DL So. 6' 0" 175
66 Cody Wright DE Sr. 6' 0" 180
73 Mark Semelfort OL/DL Jr. 6' 0" 280
74 Quintin Duvall OL/DL Sr. 6' 3" 200
76 Max Diamond DL/OL Sr. 6' 6" 220
79 Eric Trichtinger DL/OL Jr. 6' 5" 315
99 Mac Carson LB/WR Jr. 6' 4" 190
11 Wilson Seneca TE/DE/LB Jr. 6' 1" 200
6 Tyler Cariaga WR/DE Jr. 5' 10" 115
10 Tyler Cariaga WR/DE Jr. 5' 10" 115
17 Nick Haitz WR/LB So. 5' 10" 160
20 Mitchell Neaves WR So. 6' 1" 160
25 Rakeen Williams TE/LB Jr. 5' 9" 160
27 Roshdi Bayoomi WR/CB Sr. 5' 10" 160
31 James Earl RB Jr. 5' 9" 160
33 Zavier France RB Jr. 5' 7" 135
34 Alex Robles K So. 5' 8" 140
42 Oscar Perez-Florentino DE So. 5' 8" 160
52 John Roglie OL So. 5' 10" 190
53 Ty Rankin LB So. 5' 11" 180
54 Damianos Mylonas OLB So. 5' 9" 175
55 Vincent Runion OLB So. 5' 7" 175
57 Joshua May OLB So. 5' 3" 150
59 Sean Pate DT So. 6' 4" 230
62 Yaw Amosah OL So. 5' 8" 245
63 Gilbert Peel OL Jr. 5' 10" 210
67 Donovin Luangraj OL So. 5' 7" 210
78 Gabriel Gibson OL So. 6' 0" 210
80 Andrew Benedetto WR/QB So. 5' 11" 140
82 Elijah Lowe WR So. 5' 7" 120
86 Connor Robles K So. 5' 7" 140
89 Daniel Hickey TE Jr. 5' 9" 145
98 Flavio Gonzalez OL So. 5' 9" 200
22 Anthony Giordano RB Fr. 5' 9" 165
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Boys' soccer Top 10: Led by a pack of seniors, T.C. Williams is playing with intensity

The Titans have lost just one game this year behind the efforts of two goalies and 17 seniors.
Michael Errigo ·
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April 15, 2019

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Just like last year, the Seahawks are on an extended winning streak to start the season.
Michael Errigo ·
April 9, 2019

Girls' soccer Top 10: South County, Loudoun County gaining early-season momentum

The Stallions have played stout defense; the Raiders, defending Class 4 champions, have scored a lot of goals.
Michael Errigo ·
April 9, 2019

Softball Top 10: South County starts strong behind sophomore pitcher

Madison maintains the top spot in the rankings after shutting out opponents in its first five games.
Kate Yanchulis ·
April 8, 2019

After magical season, Justice boys’ soccer adjusts to new identity as a team to beat

The Wolves made a run to the state semifinals last season but have been getting mixed results this year. Tuesday night’s loss to Lee was their latest setback.
Michael Errigo ·
April 3, 2019

Spring sports whiparound: Ryan Shieh providing power for McNamara baseball

Maija Louko has been dominant in the circle for South Lakes softball; Gonzaga and Bullis lacrosse clash; T.C. Williams girls' soccer off to a 39-1 goal differential.
Washington Post Staff ·
April 1, 2019

Boys' soccer Top 10: South Lakes, Robinson lead first rankings as top spot in Northern Virginia opens up

After Oakton loses 15 to graduation, who is the team to beat in Northern Virginia?
Michael Errigo ·
March 26, 2019

Girls' soccer Top 10: Madison, Yorktown lead the year's first rankings

Defending champions Loudoun County, Briar Woods also featured in the first Top 10.
Michael Errigo ·
March 26, 2019

Softball Top 10: Northwest core has won it all before

Pitcher Amber Yuille, first baseman Kaylah Qassis and third baseman Megan Ridenour were freshman sparks for the Jaguars' 2017 state championship team, and now, as juniors, they're counted on to be leaders.
Kate Yanchulis ·
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