This meeting between rivals Robinson Secondary School (the largest school in VA) (3-2) and Chantilly (2-3) determined the direction each team would head into the second half of the season. The Great American Rivalry Series was witness to a great game plan by Robinson to showcase a great running back, Jaquez Stewart and compete for the coveted Great American Rivalry Series Trophy.


Jacquez Stewart


Nick Rodriguez


Sean Pogorelc


Sean is a four year starter at right guard and one of our captains. He is also the long snapper for both punt and field goal. Sean is also a four-year member of the varsity wrestling team. All while taking a demanding academic schedule. Sean has earned a 4.3 GPA through his work ethic and determination to succeed.


Jordan Stanton


Doug Boyle


3 year starter at right tackle Chantilly from 2005-2007. He was the corner stone of a rushing attack that had multiple 1000 yard rushers. Doug received All District, All Region and all-state honors. Doug has returned to Chantilly as a teacher and a coach. He is in his 5th year as the offensive line coach and his third season as the head junior varsity coach.


Playing on a wet field in front of a raucous home crowd, Robinson starting things of with a 26 yard scoring burst from MVP Jacquez Stewart scoring on their opening drive. With a strong defense stopping Chantilly on their opening drive, Robinson scored again on a 76 yard run by Jacquez Stewart to lead 14-0 in the first quarter. Raining conditions limited the passing game, so both teams found little success through the air. Leading 28-7 at the half and maintaining a strong defense and running game, the outcome was a foregone conclusion with Robinson answering each scoring drive by Chantilly with a score of their own. The Final score was 41-17 and Robinson proved to be the better team this year.