All Region 4C Football Team

Handley senior linebacker Stephen Daley was named the Region 4C Football Defensive Player of the Year in selections released on Monday.
Daley — who has verbally committed to NCAA Division I Kent State University — was also one of two local players who were named to the First Team offense. Daley was selected as a running back and James Wood senior Jaden Ashby was chosen for the all-purpose spot.
Joining Daley on the First Team defense are Judges teammates Nas Nix, a senior lineman, and junior end Rodd'ney Davenport; Sherando senior linebacker Aydan Willis; and Ashby at punt returner. 
The Second Team offense features Handley senior lineman Ian Miller and junior Emerson Fusco (all-purpose); Ashby at wide receiver and James Wood teammates Hunter Franks, a senior lineman, and senior running back Wes Brondos; and Sherando senior running back Cam Sullivan and junior kick returner AJ Santiago.  
The Second Team defense includes Fusco at defensive back and senior Izayah Arnoux at all-purpose; James Wood senior defensive back Ryan King; and Sherando freshman punter Micah Carlson. 
The Offensive Player of the Year is Broad Run quarterback Mitch Griffis, who has committed to NCAA Division I Wake Forest.
Loudoun County's Matt Reidenbaugh is the Coach of the Year. Reidenbaugh guided the Captains to a 9-3 record. Loudoun County ended Handley's season in the Region 4C quarterfinals (21-6), then fell to eventual Region 4C champion Broad Run 24-19 in the Region 4C semifinals.