Warren County announces 2014 Hall of Fame class

The Warren County High School-Lawrence Sweeney Shiflett Hall of Fame committee announced the Class of 2014 on Tuesday.

Emily Harrison (Class of 2004, Athlete), Brock Jardine (2003, Athlete) and Dylan McGreevy (2004, Athlete) are this year’s inductees and will be honored during a ceremony prior to the boys basketball game against Skyline on Dec. 19.

Harrison excelled in cross country and track and field for the Wildcats. In cross country, she was a four-time letter winner and four-time all-state performer, including a state runner-up individual finish in 2002 and a state champion individual finish in 2003. She was named the 2003 Northern Virginia Daily Female Cross Country Runner of the Year.

In track and field, Harrison was a four-time letter winner and set WCHS records in the 3,200 meters, 1,600 meters, 800 meters, and 3,200-meter relay. In 2002, she was a state champion in the 3,200-meter run and earned all-state honors in the 1,600-meter run. In 2003, she was the individual state runner-up in the 3,200-meter run and all-state in the 1,600-meter run. In 2004, Harrison was the 3,200-meter state champion and earned all-state honors in the 1,600-meter run. She earned the Northern Virginia Daily Female Track Athlete of the Year honor in 2004.

Harrison attended the University of Virginia and earned her Bachelors of Science degree with a concentration in Environmental Science. While at U.Va., she participated in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track for the Cavaliers. In cross country, she was a four-time All-NCAA Southeast Region performer, national qualifier, as well as a three-time All-American in cross country and indoor track.

Harrison competed in the 2012 U.S.A. Women’s Olympic Marathon Trials. She currently runs professionally for the Nike Trail Team. In addition, she coaches for McMillan Running and resides in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Jardine excelled in wrestling for the Wildcats. He earned four varsity letters in wrestling and was a three-time state qualifier. Jardine was an individual district champion, region champion and state runner-up. He was named All-Area by the Northern Virginia Daily.

Jardine completed his high school career with 124 wins, 84 career pins, and 128 takedowns. He was a four-time member of the Virginia National team, an individual state champion in Greco-Roman wrestling and a two-time state champion in Freestyle wrestling.

Jardine attended and wrestled at Lock Haven University and then Utah Valley University. He received his Bachelors of Science degree in Community Health and Physical Education from Utah Valley University.

Jardine is a professional mixed martial arts fighter. He currently resides in Orem, Utah.

McGreevy starred in football and wrestling for Warren County. In football, he was a varsity letter winner and an excellent all-purpose player. In wrestling, he was a four-time all-district wrestler and was a three-time district individual champion. At the region level, McGreevy was a four-time all-region performer with two individual runner-up finishes. At the state level, McGreevy was a three-time all-state performer with an individual sixth-, fifth- and third-place finish. He compiled 124 career wins, 42 career pins and 217 career takedowns.

McGreevy attended Shepherd University, where he played football, and then attended Virginia Tech, where he earned his Bachelors of Science degree in Sociology. While at Virginia Tech, McGreevy played football for the Hokies and was an active member of the Atlantic Coast Conference 2007 and 2008 champions, as well as the 2008 Orange Bowl championship team. McGreevy is a Healthcare IT Consultant and resides in Middleburg.