Washington Football Team names Wayne Hogwood of Wakefield as its Week 3 HS Coach of the Week

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Congratulations to Wakefield High School (Arlington, Virginia) head football coach Wayne Hogwood on being the Washington Football Team’s Week 3 High School Coach of the Week. Hogwood, who played quarterback for Wakefield in 2000, has his alma mater off to a 2-1 start with the only loss coming by one point against Marshall.

Hogwood has served as the school’s head coach since 2013.

The High School Coach of the Week program is a National Football League initiative designed to recognize area high school football coaches who continuously demonstrate hard work and dedication to their football programs, the health and safety of their players, and who make a difference in their communities. Each honoree will receive a $2,000 donation from the Washington Football Charitable Foundation to their football program.

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For more information on the Washington Football High School Coach of the Week program or the Washington Football Charitable Foundation, visit http://www.washingtonfootball.com/community or follow the Foundation on Twitter and Instagram at @WasNFLCommunity.

Click here to nominate a Coach in the District of Columbia, Commonwealth of Virginia or Prince George’s or Montgomery Counties in Maryland.

Washington Football High School Coach of the Week is presented by Inova Sports Medicine.

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2020/21 Washington Football Team Coach of the Week winners

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Week 1 – William Patrick, Louisa County

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