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Quantico Student Represented the United States in International Bowl IX

Jordan kicks football

Jordan kicks a football

DALLAS, TX — February 15, 2018 — A sophomore at Quantico Middle/High School recently represented the United States in International Bowl IX as a member of the U.S. Under-17 Select Team. 

Jordan Lane was selected from more than 10,000 current high school athletes. The International Bowl is a collaboration of USA Football and football governing bodies in each competing country. The NCAA recognizes USA Football’s International Bowl as a national team competition.

Football has been a big part of Lane's life. He fell in love with football when his father, a United States Marine, was stationed at the United States Naval Academy. At six, Lane watched a football game that was decided by a field goal and decided he was going to be a kicker. 

With the support of his family, he worked hard to be the best. He was all-conference as a punter at Rampello downtown school in Tampa, Florida as an eighth-grader and was selected all-state in each of his two high school seasons at Quantico Middle/ High School. In 2016, Quantico Middle/High School had a historic season finishing second for the state championship and set a school record for wins. Lane was one of the top 27 scorers in the state of Virginia scoring 43 total points that year. 

He also placed first in a regional punting competition in Williamsburg, Virginia in late 2017.

Jordan Lane was selected from more than 10,000 current high school athletes. The International Bowl is a collaboration of USA Football and football governing bodies in each competing country. The NCAA recognizes USA Football’s International Bowl as a national team competition.

Football has been a big part of Lane's life. He fell in love with football when his father, a United States Marine, was stationed at the United States Naval Academy. At six, Lane watched a football game that was decided by a field goal and decided he was going to be a kicker. 

With the support of his family, he worked hard to be the best. He was all-conference as a punter at Rampello downtown school in Tampa, Florida as an eighth-grader and was selected all-state in each of his two high school seasons at Quantico Middle/ High School. In 2016, Quantico Middle/High School had a historic season finishing second for the state championship and set a school record for wins. Lane was one of the top 27 scorers in the state of Virginia scoring 43 total points that year. 

He also placed first in a regional punting competition in Williamsburg, Virginia in late 2017.