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2012 Hall of Fame: Clint Stintim and Austin Brown

September 22, 2012

From Gar-Field High School- Clint Stintim

Clint played in the Gar-Field-Woodbridge rivalry from 2001-2003. Over these three years. Gar-Field won each contest over Woodbridge. A dominating figure at the line of scrimmage, Clint was named All-Region his junior and senior seasons, and was an All-State selectiong his senior season. After graduating from Gar-Field, Clint accepted a full athletic scholarship to the University of Virginia, and was a four year starting linebacker. In 2009, Clint was selected in the 2nd round of the NFL Draft by the NY Giants, becoming the 4th former Indian to play in the NFL.

From Woodbridge High School- Austin Brown

Austin played in the Woodbridge-Gar-field rivalry his sophomore, junior and senior years. As captain of the 2008 squad, Austin led his team to a victory over Gar-Field, an undefeated regular season and Cardinal District Championship. Austin has since gone on to star for Miami (OH), where he is a four year starter for the Redhawks, as well as a 3 year captain.

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