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May 4, 2010 by Post Team
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Profile of George Huguely school reading for the 2009 season that “ran most of the season in the second midfield … recorded three goals and four assists in 17 games … opened the season with a goal and assistance compared to Drexel … [and] won back-to-back games “vs Cornell and Vermont.”
At school he was an All-American, Under Armour All-American, one fifth leading scorer (87) in school history and 12th in scoring (136), the Washington Post first-team all met after recording 30 goals and 11 assists in his senior year, and the first team to every county by the DC Examiner and The Gazette.
It was also the team’s quarterback school football league championship as top honors and received all-conference that season and was named Most Valuable Player along with being an honor roll selection three times
Huguely is Chevy Chase.
The Charlottesville Police Chief Tim Longo told the local press today that a call to the love department, shortly after 2 pm today stressed “the obvious physical trauma for her.” Huguely was interrogated four hours later. Police say the two “had a romantic relationship, but the exact situation that now is part of our investigation.”
His family is not commenting. His parents Martha Murphy and George Hughley III also reportedly not comment.
“It soon became clear to this young woman was the victim of something much worse,” Longo said the death of love.
love high school principal at Notre Dame Preparatory School in Baltimore, said of his death today as follows:
“Yeardley was an outstanding young lady – happy, spirited a wonderful person. I know we all enjoy seeing her on the lacrosse field and watch her walk the hallways of the NDP. We are proud to call a Yeardley ‘of our girls.”
University President John Casteen today issued the following statement:
“] [His death moves us to a deep anguish over the loss of a talented student and his promise. That seems to now have been killed by another student to aggravate this sense of loss by suggesting that he died without comfort or solace Yeardley those closest to her.
“He deserved to win the bright future growing, studying here, and the development of his talents as a lacrosse player.
“She deserves to be remembered for his human kindness, their capacity for future greatness, and the terrible way in which his young life has ended.”
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