Scott, Woods, Johnson, Kemble and Little are all going places

Published: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at 02:15 PM.

She said Old Dominion just felt like the right place to be.

“I went on a couple of official visits, but none of the schools felt the same as Old Dominion,” she said. “On the official visit, I had a lot of fun. I enjoyed the school a lot. The recruits, getting to meet them, we all clicked very quickly, and they definitely helped me make the decision.”

George Mason had everything Noah Kemble could want in a school — a top-notch music program located near the nation’s capital with relatives close by and an improving soccer team that made the NCAA tournament last season.

“It just felt like home,” he said of the Fairfax, Va., campus. “They have a great soccer program and the coaching staff is fantastic, and with what they’ve done previously I felt like they would prepare me for the next level. ... It’s just a great school overall.”

Kemble becomes Havelock High’s first men’s Division I soccer recruit after scoring 20 goals last season and leading the Rams to the playoffs.

“Being in a football town, it’s kind of different for me being a soccer player and kind of under the radar,” said Kemble, who also kicked on the football team.

He called signing day a feeling of relief.

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