Charlottesville High School Hires New Head Football Coach

May 5, 2008

Charlottesville High School has hired Chris Fraser as the next head football coach.

Fraser comes from Smithfield High School in the Hampton Roads area. After taking over a struggling program at Smithfield HS in 2002, he led his team to the playoffs two out of the last three seasons while compiling a 23-7 regular season record.

Coach Fraser’s offense averaged over 34 points per game last year, while totaling more than 400 yards per game in total offense. His lead running back, Virginia Tech-bound Dyrell Roberts, rushed for over 2200 yards. Coach Fraser was the 2005 Bay Rivers Coach of the Year.

Coach Fraser will assume the role of head football coach, Heath and PE teacher, and spring Assistant Athletic Director at Charlottesville High School.


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