Loudoun County, Va. – In an effort to better recognize student-athletes who positively affect high school sports in Loudoun County, Power Train and LoCoSports have teamed up to announce Dominion High School sophomore Jack Creamer as the Power Train and LoCoSports Athlete of the Month for February 2018.
On February 3, Creamer won the 106-pound weight class at the Dulles District championships by way of forfeit. Just a week later, Creamer was tested in the VHSL Region 4C meet, falling to Liberty High School freshman Mason Barrett in the championship match.
“Jack will wrestle who ever you put in front of him,” Dominion head coach Billy Young said. “He is talented and athletic but he has paid his dues.”
On February 17, Creamer cashed in all his hard work, winning the 106-pound VHSL 4A State championship in a sudden victory, 5-2.
“Jack started wrestling in 5th grade,” Young said. “He trains all year long and has set goals to be the best.”
The Power Train and LoCoSports Athlete of the Month is selected from nominations based on student-athletes having great success, hustle, work ethic, attitude and heart.
Power Train invites all athletes and teammates of the month to either of their Loudoun locations for a free month of training.