Falcon Club banquet honors local players, coaches

The Falcon Club held its 58th annual Falcon Club Sports Banquet Sunday night and the club handed out a slew of awards at the Elks Lodge in Charlottesville.

The Thomas Jefferson Youth Football League’s Chris Haskins earned the Falcon Club’s nod for contribution to youth football. The Darden Rowe Citizenship award went to William Monroe Josh Savouigh. The Ralph Law Courage Award went to Woodberry Forest quarterback Jacob Rainey.

The Harry Martin Memorial Trophy for best public school coach went to Monticello’s Rodney Redd. The Walter Bickers memorial trophy for best private school coach went to Blue Ridge coach Orlando Patterson. The Carl Deane Sportsmanship Team award for sportsmanship went to the Covenant School. The Gene Brown Memorial Leadership Award goes to Fluvanna County’s Dashon Tibbs. Kent Henry won the public school MVP while Shawn Steen won the private school MVP nod.

The Club also hands out individual awards to two members of each team for student athlete accomplishment and most valuable player.

Team awards


Student athlete: Peyton Alley

MVP: A.J. Willy

Blue Ridge

Student athlete: Jared Arntzen

MVP: Shawn Steen


Student athlete: Wade Kammauff

MVP: Rashard Davis


Student athlete: Jamie Gaston

MVP: John Meade

Fluvanna County

Student athlete: Dashon Tibbs

MVP: Devin Goode

Fork Union

Student athlete: T.J. Dudley

MVP: Christian Hackenberg

Louisa County

Student athlete: Deion Johnson

MVP: Zack Jackson


Student athlete: Josh Malm

MVP: T.J. Tillery

Orange County

Student athlete: Cameron Rickett

MVP: Jacob Pugh

St. Anne’s-Belfield

Student athlete: Nathan Silver

MVP: Walker Neill

Western Albemarle

Student athlete: Daniel Kuzjak

MVP: Kent Henry

William Monroe

Student athlete: Josh Savouigh

MVP: Dakwan Morris