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2009 Hall of Fame: Sean Glennon and Torrian Pace

November 25, 2009

Sean Glennon is the all-time leading passer at Westfield High School and led his team to the 2003 Virginia AAA State Championship. In his three games against Chantilly, he completed 30 out of 50 passes for a total of 493 yards and seven touchdowns. After high school, Sean went on full scholarship to Virginia Tech where he played for three years and was the 2007 ACC Championship MVP. Sean signed with the Minnesota Vikings last year.

As a three-year member of the Chantilly Varsity Football Team, Torrian Pace established himself as one of Virginia’s premier running backs. Included among the many accolades of his career are two-time All-State selections, a USA Today/Old Spice Red Zone Player of the Year, and Washington Post First Team All-Met. As a senior, Torrian turned in the 11th best individual rushing performance in Virginia state history. He is currently on scholarship at Youngstown State University.

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