Former Episcopal High School running back Tim Hightower helped lead the Arizona Cardinals to the Super Bowl last weekend. Hightower had just 33 yards in the Cardinals’ 32-25 NFC Championship game victory over the Philadelphia Eagles last Sunday, but played a pivotal role the week prior in the NFC divisional round, picking up 76 yards in a 33-13 pounding of the Carolina Panthers.
Hightower, a Waldorf, Md. native, starred for Episcopal between 2000 and 2003 before a successful career at Richmond, where as a two-year starter, he set school records with 4,448 all-purpose yards and 39 touchdowns.
While with the Maroon, Hightower earned All-State honors as a junior and senior and was named team MVP and first-team All-I.A.C those two seasons. He also served as team captain.
In addition to football, Hightower starred on the basketball and track teams and was a four-time honor roll student. He also served as chairman of the Spectrum Club, a diversity organization, during his final two years of high school.
The Lee-Mt. Vernon Soccer Association (LMVSA) Patriots, a boys U-10 NCSL team, is looking for talented and motivated players, born after Aug. 1, 1998, who are serious about playing competitive travel soccer. The team offers a year-round training program in a competitive, educational and fun environment. If interested, drop by one of the training sessions on Jan. 28, Feb. 4 or Feb. 11 from 6 - 7:30 p.m. at Bucknell Elementary School, located at 6925 University Drive, Alexandria. Contact Coach Karl Rosenberg at email@example.com for more details.