Honorary Captain Jack Hardy (l) prepares for the coin toss.

Josh Hardy’s Brother Jack Honorary Captain at James Monroe Game

by | Oct 29, 2016 | Schools & Education

By Ted Schubel, News Director, WFVA 1230 AM

There were moving moments before the James Monroe (JM) – Courtland game Friday night at Maury Stadium. Josh Hardy’s brother Jack was the honorary captain.

Ten-year-old Josh died in September, after fighting since infancy a rare cancer and the complications from treatment.

Jack Hardy participated alone in the coin flip. The other JM captains stood behind their teammate.

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James Monroe won the game, 34 – 7. It was Coach Serbay’s 250th win.

JM 34, Courtland 7 Final. JM is 7-2 on the season and travels to King George next week. Coach Serbay wins his 250th game!!— James Monroe Sports (@JMHS_Athletics) October 29, 2016

Mourning the Passing of 10-Year-Old Josh Hardy

James Monroe High School Homecoming 2016

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