This year, the Fairfax High School Rebels are under new leadership. New head coach Trey Taylor looks to lead the program to a victory after the Rebels lost to the Robinson High School Rams 31-7 in 2017. As far as records go, both teams are pretty even. The Rebels are 3-3 on the season while the Rams are 4-2. With citywide bragging rights at stake, both teams head into the game with intensity and grit.


Abdul-Salam Lawal


Andrew Kanellis


Andrew is a 2 year letterman on the varsity football team and plays baseball as well. He is a member of the National Honor Society and is an Eagle Scout. Andrew plans to major in fiancé or economics in college.
Earl Brewer


Earl is an institution in the Rebel Athletic program. He is a three-year starter and letter winner for the Rebels football program and a second team All Patriot District selection last year. Earl is a team captain for both the football and wrestling programs and was a member of the 2018 Homecoming Court. Earl hopes to continue wrestling in college


Jordan Stanton


Jordan finished his high school careers as a First Team All District, First Team All Region and Second Team All State defensive linemen. He went on to continue his football career on a full ride scholarship to James Madison University, where he was a 3 year starter, 2013 First Team All CAA, 2013 JMU Football All American and 2013 JMU Defensive MVP. After college, he had the opportunity to play for 2 season, 2014 and 2015, in the NFL for the New York Giants. Jordan was inducted into the Robinson School Wall of Fame in 2016, where he was recognized as 1 of 4 players from Robinson to make it to the NFL. Currently, 2018, Jordan is an assistant football coach for the Robinson Rams, coaching the Defensive Line.


The Robinson Rams simply could not be stopped on Friday evening, en route to a 42-0 victory over arch rival Fairfax. The win makes Robinson 5-2 and gives them momentum moving forward, while the loss pushes Fairfax back to 3-4. Rams running back Abdul Salam-Lawal led the way for the Robinson offense all evening, helping his team to a whopping 42 points, while the Ram defense completely shut out the Rebel offense. Robinson take home bragging rights and The Great American Rivalry Series Trophy.