Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Pony Baseball Bronco-11 World Series Starts Thursday

The 2015 Pony Baseball Bronco-11 World Series begins at Harry G. Daniel Park at Ironbridge Thursday afternoon with Opening Ceremonies scheduled for 4:30pm.

Here's Thursday's Day 1 Pool Schedule:

5:30pm Games:

Manila, Philippines vs. Murrieta Valley, California--Field #12
Seleccion Villahermosa, Mexico vs. Western Branch of Chesapeake, VA--Field #13

8:00pm Games:

Mayaguez, Puerto Rico vs. South Texas Legends--Field #12
Chesterfield Baseball Club (CBC) vs. Lafayette, Indiana--Field #13


Tuesday, July 28, 2015

The Complete RVA Sports Network Top 10 Events of 2014-15

The reveal on Twitter is complete. Here are the Top 10 Biggest Events covered live on Twitter or aired live on RVA Sports Network for the 2014-15 season:

1): Henrico 111, L.C. Bird 99 (Double Overtime): 5A South Region Boys Basketball Semifinal, March 4, 2015

2) The Monacan/Midlothian Girls Basketball Series: Five meetings, with Midlothian winning the 4A South Region title at Monacan March 9, followed by Monacan winning the 4A State Championship on March 14.

3) Randolph-Macon Men's Basketball 25-Game Win Streak: It began at Virginia Wesleyan, it ended at the hands of the Marlins in the NCAA Division III Round of Eight.

4) The Midlothian/Hanover Boys Volleyball Series: In 18 days, they play four matches, all five sets, the Hawks winning Conference 20 title, the Trojans winning the 4A Western Section and 4A State Championships.

5) Historic Hanover County Softball: Atlee wins its second State Championship on June 13th in last game for head coach John Earley and assistant coach Becky Levy, whose roles were reversed for the 2002 State Final, and had to beat county rival Patrick Henry in the 5A State Semifinal June 12 to do it.

6) Triple Overtime: Longtime rivals Mills Godwin and Douglas Freeman both overcome a poor first half to create an instant classic February 6th on Senior Night at Godwin as a three-point prayer helped carry the game to triple overtime before the Eagles clinched a playoff berth with a 67-55 win over the Rebels.

7) Glen Allen Baseball Arrives: Beating defending state champion Hanover at Hanover wasn't enough. A walk-off hit on Senior Night by Patrick Hall gives the Jaguars a 4-3 win over Hanover, propelling Glen Allen to its first state championship just four weeks later.

8) Cosby Girls Hoops Slay National Giant: Few gave struggling Cosby a shot against Paul VI, a nationally-ranked girls basketball power, at the StatVa.com Classic January 17th. But Jocelyn Jones led the way as the Titans' late comeback forced overtime, then earned victory, 62-57, changing the complexion of their season, which ended with a second 6A State Championship.

9) Hermitage 25, Meadowbrook 21: Despite 229 yards rushing from Justin Miller, the Monarchs miscalculate late, allowing the Panthers one last chance on opening night when all seemed lost, Rashad Robinson scoring with four seconds left, Hermitage avoiding its first opening night loss since the turn of the century.

10) L.C. Bird Girls Hoops Beats the Unbeaten: Highland Springs entered Hermitage High School March 4th 24-0, but left the 5A South Region Semifinal with its only loss of the season as Taja Cole went for 38 points, and the Springers' vaunted transition offense never got out of first gear. The Skyhawks made it all the way to the 5A State Championship, where they fell to Princess Anne.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

RVA Sports Network Top 10 of '14-'15: #4: The Midlothian/Hanover Boys Volleyball Rivalry

An expanded postseason for boys volleyball in 2014 meant more teams in the playoffs, and three state championships to vie for instead of just one, great news for teams like the Midlothian Trojans and Hanover Hawks, who now could play in their own classification rather than have to battle through teams from much larger high schools, which was what VHSL reclassification was all about.

But few could predict in August that the Trojans and Hawks would dominate the 4A Boys Volleyball scene, and end up meeting a remarkable three times in the playoffs, with a trophy at stake each time.

And fewer could see coming the fact that every match would be a nail biter, down to the fifth set tiebreaker.

Hanover claimed victory at the Conference 20 championship. Then, a second meeting for the 4A "Western Section" title (akin to a Region title), which saw the Trojans come to Hanover, fall behind, then storm back for the five-set win.

Each dispensed of their state semifinal opponent, setting up one final showdown on the afternoon of Friday November 21st at the Siegel Center on the VCU campus. Players fighting injury gutted it out one final time to try to take the ultimate prize back to campus.

And it couldn't have been contested much closer, with the Trojans taking set one 25-21, the Hawks set two at 25-23, then Midlothian in set three 25-23, the Hawks taking the fourth encounter 25-19. Of course, there had to be a fifth set.

It, too, was down to the wire, with Midlothian surviving at 15-13 to take the 4A State Championship. In the end, Midlothian won three of four matches against Hanover, including one in the regular season.

Thank you Trojans and Hawks for our #4 Biggest Event of 2014-15 on The RVA Sports Network!


(Midlothian celebrates the 4A Western Section Title at Hanover on November 13, 2014)

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Top 10 of 2014-15: #8: Cosby Girls Basketball Beats Nationally Ranked Opponent, Changes Championship Season

For any team that reaches the pinnacle of its sport, the sweetest victory is always the last one, where you raise the trophy and start sizing up the championship rings.

But sometimes, the last win is not the most important.

For Cosby girls basketball, the defending 6A State Champions, their turning point came on a Saturday evening at Highland Springs High School.

The Titans had played uneven basketball early in the season, their low point a 50-34 loss to Glen Allen in the semifinals of the T-DIT at Randolph-Macon College just before Christmas. But four weeks later, at the 2015 StatVa.Com Classic, Cosby had a chance to reboot, reset, and send a message to the rest of 6A: the champs weren't done.

Cosby took the court with Paul VI, a private school power in the Metro Washington DC area. Few prognosticators gave the Titans a chance to win against a nationally ranked team.

This is how we reviewed the Cosby performance on this website three days after the game in a preview of the Titans' showdown with L.C. Bird which aired live on RVA Sports Network:

"But tonight, the Titans (10-3) will come off their best performance of the season by far. Without the injured Ali Trani, and down to nationally-ranked Paul VI of Fairfax most of the game, Jocelyn Jones, with help from Charme Lilly and Bailey Hodges, refused to back down to the Panthers, risking further foul trouble to ignite a late comeback to force overtime, then make crucial plays in the game's final minute, including a steal and basket by Jones with under ten seconds remaining to seal the 62-57 upset win in overtime Saturday night at the StatVa.Com Classic at Highland Springs."

Cosby won that next game against Bird, and proceeded to win every game left but one (a regular season loss to eventual 4A State Champion Monacan) en route to a thrilling 46-45 win over Bethel for the Titans' second straight 6A State Championship.

But without one of the gutsiest performances by an entire team that we've ever witnessed in the overtime comeback win over Paul VI, that may not have been possible.

That's why we name Cosby's January victory, heard live on RVA Sports Network, as our #8 Biggest Event of the 2014-15 season!

(Head Coach Rachel Mead hugs guard Jocelyn Jones at the end of Cosby's win over Paul VI, January 17, 2015)

2015 VHSL Master Football Schedule Released

It's here, football fans!  The Virginia High School League releases its 2015 master football schedule.

Please note there are changes to many schedules this season due to the "two-year realignment" of the League, and as some teams drop former non-district opponents for new teams.

NOTE: RVA Sports Network will begin announcing our 2015 "Game of The Week" broadcast schedule on Twitter July 24th.

To see all team schedules, CLICK HERE!

CLOVER HILL:
9/4: Prince George, 7:30pm
9/11: at Matoaca, 7pm
9/18: at Monacan, 7:30pm
9/25: at L.C. Bird, 7:30pm
10/2: Cosby, 7:30pm
10/9: at George Wythe, 7:30pm
10/16: Huguenot, 7:30pm
10/23: Manchester, 7:30pm
10/30: James River, 7:30pm
11/6: Midlothian, 7:30pm

COSBY:
8/28: at Thomas Dale, 7pm
9/4: Matoaca, 7:30pm
9/11: Monacan, 7:30pm
9/18: at Midlothian, 7:30pm
9/25: BYE
10/2: at Clover Hill, 7:30pm
10/9: Huguenot, 7:30pm
10/16: L.C. Bird, 7:30pm
10/23: at James River, 7:30pm
10/30: George Wythe, 7:30pm
11/6: Manchester, 7:30pm

THOMAS DALE:
8/28: Cosby, 7pm
9/4: L.C. Bird, 7pm
9/11: at Varina, 7pm
9/18: BYE
9/25: at Colonial Heights, 7pm
10/2: at Prince George, 7:30pm
10/9: Dinwiddie, 7pm
10/16: at Petersburg, 7:30pm
10/23: Meadowbrook, 7pm
10/30: Hopewell, 7pm
11/6: at Matoaca, 7pm

JAMES RIVER:
9/4: Douglas Freeman, 7:30pm
9/11: George Wythe, 7:30pm
9/18: at Huguenot, 7:30pm
9/25: Manchester, 7:30pm
10/2: at Chancellor, 7pm
10/9: Monacan, 7:30pm
10/16: at Midlothian, 7:30pm
10/23: Cosby, 7:30pm
10/30: at Clover Hill, 7:30pm
11/6: at L.C. Bird, 7:30pm

L.C. BIRD:
8/28: at Meadowbrook, 7pm
9/4: at Thomas Dale, 7pm
9/11: Midlothian, 7:30pm
9/18: at Manchester, 7:30pm
9/25: Clover Hill, 7:30pm
10/2: at Monacan, 7:30pm
10/9: BYE
10/16: at Cosby, 7:30pm
10/23: George Wythe, 7:30pm
10/30: Huguenot, 7:30pm
11/6: James River, 7:30pm

MANCHESTER:
8/28: Matoaca, 7:30pm
9/4: BYE
9/11: at Huguenot, 7:30pm
9/18: L.C. Bird, 7:30pm
9/25: at James River, 7:30pm
10/2: George Wythe, 7:30pm
10/9: Midlothian, 7:30pm
10/16: Hermitage, 7:30pm
10/23: Clover Hill, 7:30pm
10/30: at Monacan, 7:30pm
11/6: at Cosby, 7:30pm

MATOACA:
8/28: at Manchester, 7:30pm
9/4: at Cosby, 7:30pm
9/11: Clover Hill, 7pm
9/18: BYE
9/25: Prince George, 7pm
10/2: at Dinwiddie, 7pm
10/9: at Petersburg, 7:30pm
10/16: Meadowbrook, 7pm
10/23: at Hopewell, 7:30pm
10/30: Colonial Heights, 7pm
11/6: Thomas Dale, 7pm

MEADOWBROOK:
8/28: L.C. Bird, 7pm
9/4: Hermitage, 7pm
9/11: at Highland Springs, 7pm
9/18: BYE
9/25: at Petersburg, 7:30pm
10/2: Colonial Heights, 7pm
10/9: Hopewell, 7pm
10/16: at Matoaca, 7pm
10/23: at Thomas Dale, 7pm
10/30: Prince George, 7pm
11/6: at Dinwiddie, 7pm

MIDLOTHIAN:
8/28: at Douglas Freeman, 7pm
9/4: at Powhatan, 7:30pm
9/11: at L.C. Bird, 7:30pm
9/18: Cosby, 7:30pm
9/25: George Wythe, 7:30pm
10/2: Huguenot, 7:30pm
10/9: at Manchester, 7:30pm
10/16: James River, 7:30pm
10/23: Monacan, 7:30pm
10/30: BYE
11/6: at Clover Hill, 7:30pm

MONACAN:
8/28: Caroline, 7:30pm
9/4: at Glen Allen, 7pm
9/11: at Cosby, 7:30pm
9/18: Clover Hill, 7:30pm
9/25: Huguenot, 7:30pm
10/2: L.C. Bird, 7:30pm
10/9: at James River, 7:30pm
10/16: George Wythe, 7:30pm
10/23: at Midlothian, 7:30pm
10/30: Manchester, 7:30pm
11/6: BYE


American Legion Baseball HQ from RVA Sports Network (Updated 7/21/15)

The District 11 Tournament is down to the Championship Round as South Richmond Post 137 continues its Cinderella run.....

DISTRICT 11 TOURNAMENT

Saturday July 18:
FIRST ROUND
GAME 1: #1 Mechanicsville Post 175 11, #8 Lakeside Post 125F 1 (8 innings)
GAME 2: #5 South Richmond Post 137 14, #4 West End Post 361 4
GAME 3: #2 Colonial Heights Post 284P 9, #7 Powhatan Post 201 3
GAME 4: #3 Colonial Heights Post 284B 15, #6 Lakeside Post 125 7

Saturday July 18:
SECOND ROUND:
GAME 5: #1 Mechanicsville Post 175 10, #5 South Richmond Post 137 6
GAME 6: #3 Colonial Heights Post 284B 8, #2 Colonial Heights Post 284P 7
GAME 7: #4 West End Post 361 17, #8 Lakeside Post 125F 3 (7 innings)
GAME 8: #7 Powhatan Post 201 11, #6 Lakeside Post 125 4

(NOTE: Post 125 and 125F have been eliminated)

Sunday July 19:
GAME 9: #1 Mechanicsville Post 175 2, #3 Colonial Heights Post 284B 1
GAME 10: #2 Colonial Heights Post 284P 4, #4 West End Post 361 1
GAME 11: #5 South Richmond Post 137 13, #7 Powhatan Post 201 8

(NOTE: Post 201 and Post 361 have been eliminated)

(NOTE: Remainder of Tourney starting Monday 7/20 to be at predetermined site, currently scheduled for James River High School)

Monday July 20:
GAME 12: #5 South Richmond Post 137 14, #2 Colonial Heights Post 284P 8

Tuesday July 21:
GAME 13: #5 South Richmond Post 137 11, #3 Colonial Heights Post 284B 10 (12 innings)

Wednesday July 22:
GAME 14 (Championship Game #1): #5 South Richmond Post 137 vs #1 Mechanicsville Post 175, 7pm

Thursday July 23:
GAME 15 (If Necessary--only if winner of Game 9 loses Game 14), 7pm

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Top 10 of 2014-15: #10: Cole Wills LC Bird Past Unbeaten Springers....

They had met once before, with the L.C. Bird Skyhawks girls basketball team on the short end of a 72-57 score on their home floor against a Highland Springs team that seemed to be a juggernaut marching their way back to the state championship game.

But on March 4, 2015, the script flipped, showing the incredible will of one of the best girls basketball players in Richmond-area history, as Taja Cole not only scored 38 points, but had eight rebounds, five assists, and five steals as the Skyhawks handed the Springers their first, and only, loss of the year by a count of 61-46.

Highland Springs seemed out of sorts from the start of the game, never able to get their famed full-court press defense in gear to help fuel their transition game, which they had used all season to build big early leads on opponents of all kinds. Springer fans were in shock at Hermitage High School when their team could only muster 18 first half points, finding themselves down by sixteen at the half.

Highland Springs mounted mini-comebacks, but nothing that truly threatened Cole's special night. When the Skyhawks needed a play to keep the Springers at bay, enter the dependable point guard to do just that.

This game clinched a state tournament berth for the Skyhawks, and although they fell a win shy of the 5A State Girls Basketball Championship, their season was one of resilience and toughness on the part of the entire team.

But March 4th belonged to Taja Cole. She is in Louisville now preparing for her college career as a Cardinal. L.C. Bird fans will forever remember her for many things, but maybe first on the list, the night she helped slay a giant.

RVA Sports Network Top 10 Memorable Events of 2014-15: The Prelude

A month has passed since the 2014-15 school year for both high schools and colleges have come to an end. After a chance to decompress and reflect on all the incredible action and accomplishments of Richmond-area teams, it's time to count down the Top 10 Memorable Events that were covered live, either via broadcast or on Twitter, by The RVA Sports Network during the season.

We first promoted this as the "Top 10 Games", but, as we compiled the list, we quickly saw a pattern develop. Several of our entries involved either two teams who engaged in multiple events, or one team created a memory in a series of games, thus, the change.

The only criteria is that RVA Sports Network had to either broadcast or live tweet for the event. This is different than our updates from other events via our incredible network of reporters. So, when you don't see LC Bird's third state football title, Monacan football's run to the 4A State Semis, Glen Allen baseball's first-ever state crown, Richard Bland College's NJCAA National Basketball Championship, the emergence of Thomas Dale track and field athlete Titiana Marsh, and two Mills Godwin state titles (girls tennis and boys soccer) on the list, that is why.

Here, now, is the Honorable Mention list for 2014-15, events covered live by RVASN:

--L.C. Bird goes to Hermitage, wins in 5A South Region Semifinal in Football
--Atlee Field Hockey clinches first State Tournament berth in school history
--State 2A Softball runner-up King William shuts out eventual 5A State Softball Champion Atlee as Kayla Huffman has dominating performance
--Varina boys basketball's run to the Conference 3 Tournament championship
--Lee-Davis girls volleyball finally ousting Atlee from the playoffs, paving the way for a run to the 5A State Semifinals
--Hanover basketball shocks rival Lee-Davis 72-71 on foul shots with no time remaining. Hanover outscored Lee-Davis 31-28 in a wild fourth quarter.
--The postseason run of Deep Run boys basketball, upsetting Highland Springs in the Conference 11 Tourney, then giving both Henrico and LC Bird huge scares.
--Patrick Henry inserting a freshman quarterback in Mechanicsville and winning the Tomato Bowl over Lee-Davis 17-14 for head coach Bryan Davis' first win at PH.
--Highland Springs and Atlee combine for 102 points as the Springers knock off the Raiders Halloween night 65-37.
--Randolph-Macon softball winning in its first-ever NCAA Tournament game in a wild extra inning affair over Ramapo College.

Our #10 Event of 2014-15 is revealed tonight on Twitter at @TheRVASportsNet with accompanying story here. We hope you enjoy this extensive look back at the year that was!

American Legion HQ Update (7/15/15)

District 11 officials try once more to get the regular season games in and push the start of the tournament back to a Saturday doubleheader format. All the information you need is listed below!

SCOREBOARD:

Tuesday July 14:
Lakeside Post 125 11, Colonial Heights Post 284B 1 (6 innings, Game 1)
Colonial Heights Post 284B 8, Lakeside Post 125 4 (Game 2)
Mechanicsville Post 175 9, South Richmond Post 137 4

Wednesday July 15:
Mechanicsville Post 175 11, Powhatan Post 201 1 (7 innings)
Colonial Heights Post 284P 5, Lakeside Post 125 1
Colonial Heights Post 284B 3, South Richmond Post 137 2 (8 innings, Game 1)
South Richmond Post 137 4, Colonial Heights Post 284B 3
Mechanicsville Post 175 11, Lakeside Post 125 4

STANDINGS:
Mechanicsville Post 175: 14-2
Colonial Heights Post 284P: 13-3
Colonial Heights Post 284B: 11-5
West End Post 361: 10-6
South Richmond Post 137: 8-7
Lakeside Post 125: 7-8
Powhatan Post 201: 6-10
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Midlothian Post 186: 2-11 (completed)
Lakeside Post 125F: 1-13 (completed)

SCHEDULE: 

Thursday July 16 (if necessary):
South Richmond Post 137 at Lakeside Post 125, 7pm

**END REGULAR SEASON**

Thursday July 16:
District 11 Tournament Play-In Game: Lakeside Post 125F at Midlothian Post 186, 7pm

*****
DISTRICT 11 TOURNAMENT (Day 1 is Doubleheader Format on Saturday 7/18)

Saturday July 18:
District 11 Tournament First Round (TIMES TBA at higher seed)
GAME 1: #8/#9 Play-In Winner at #1 Seed
GAME 2: #5 Seed at #4 Seed
GAME 3: #7 Seed at #2 Seed
GAME 4: #6 Seed at #3 Seed

Saturday July 18:
District 11 Tournament (TIMES TBA at higher seed)
GAME 5: Winner of Game 1 vs Winner of Game 2
GAME 6: Winner of Game 3 vs Winner of Game 4
GAME 7: Loser of Game 1 vs Loser of Game 2
GAME 8: Loser of Game 3 vs Loser of Game 4

Sunday July 19:
District 11 Tournament (all games at 3pm at higher seed)
GAME 9: Winner of Game 5 vs Winner of Game 6 (winner to championship round)
GAME 10: Loser of Game 6 vs Winner of Game 7
GAME 11: Loser of Game 5 vs Winner of Game 8

(NOTE: Remainder of Tourney starting Monday 7/20 to be at predetermined site, currently scheduled for James River High School)

Monday July 20:
GAME 12: Winner of Game 10 vs Winner of Game 11, 7pm

Tuesday July 21:
GAME 13: Winner of Game 12 vs Loser of Game 9, 7pm

Wednesday July 22:
GAME 14 (Championship Game #1): Winner of Game 13 vs Winner of Game 9, 7pm

Thursday July 23:
GAME 15 (If Necessary--only if winner of Game 9 loses Game 14), 7pm

Normal Game Locations:
Mechanicsville Post 175--Atlee HS
Lakeside Post 125 and 125F--Douglas Freeman HS
West End Post 361--Hermitage HS
Powhatan Post 201--Powhatan HS
Midlothian Post 186--Rockwood Park
South Richmond Post 137--LC Bird HS
Colonial Heights Post 284P and B--Shepherd Stadium

Saturday, July 11, 2015

American Legion Baseball Headquarters from RVA Sports Network

Monday's schedule has been thrown a curve as games scheduled for Powhatan and Douglas Freeman High Schools have been rained out.

Here's the current scoreboard, standings and schedule:

SUNDAY JULY 12:
Colonial Heights Post 284P 10, Colonial Heights Post 284B 6
Mechanicsville Post 175 7, Lakeside Post 125 1
Powhatan Post 201 3, West End Post 361 2
Colonial Heights Post 284B 1, West End Post 361 0
Colonial Heights Post 284P 7, Mechanicsville Post 175 6
South Richmond Post 137 8, Powhatan Post 201 7 (10 innings)

STANDINGS:
Mechanicsville Post 175: 11-2
Colonial Heights Post 284P: 12-3
Colonial Heights Post 284B: 9-3
West End Post 361: 10-6
South Richmond Post 137: 7-5
Lakeside Post 125: 6-6
Powhatan Post 201: 6-9
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Midlothian Post 186: 2-11 (completed)
Lakeside Post 125F: 1-13 (completed)

SCHEDULE: 

Monday July 13:
South Richmond Post 137 at Colonial Heights Post 284B, doubleheader, 6pm
Mechanicsville Post 175 at Powhatan Post 201, RAINED OUT
Colonial Heights Post 284P at Lakeside Post 125, RAINED OUT
Mechanicsville Post 175 at Lakeside Post 125, RAINED OUT

Tuesday July 14:
Lakeside Post 125 at Colonial Heights Post 284B, doubleheader, 6pm
South Richmond Post 137 at Mechanicsville Post 175, 7pm

Wednesday July 15 (if necessary):
South Richmond Post 137 at Lakeside Post 125, 7pm

**END REGULAR SEASON**

Thursday July 16:
District 11 Tournament Play-In Game: Lakeside Post 125F at Midlothian Post 186, 7pm

Friday July 17:
District 11 Tournament First Round (all games at 7pm)
GAME 1: #8/#9 Play-In Winner at #1 Seed
GAME 2: #5 Seed at #4 Seed
GAME 3: #7 Seed at #2 Seed
GAME 4: #6 Seed at #3 Seed

Saturday July 18:
District 11 Tournament (all games at 7pm at higher seed)
GAME 5: Winner of Game 1 vs Winner of Game 2
GAME 6: Winner of Game 3 vs Winner of Game 4
GAME 7: Loser of Game 1 vs Loser of Game 2
GAME 8: Loser of Game 3 vs Loser of Game 4

Sunday July 19:
District 11 Tournament (all games at 3pm at higher seed)
GAME 9: Winner of Game 5 vs Winner of Game 6 (winner to championship round)
GAME 10: Loser of Game 6 vs Winner of Game 7
GAME 11: Loser of Game 5 vs Winner of Game 8

(NOTE: Remainder of Tourney starting Monday 7/20 to be at predetermined site)

Monday July 20:
GAME 12: Winner of Game 10 vs Winner of Game 11, 7pm

Tuesday July 21:
GAME 13: Winner of Game 12 vs Loser of Game 9, 7pm

Wednesday July 22:
GAME 14 (Championship Game #1): Winner of Game 13 vs Winner of Game 9, 7pm

Thursday July 23:
GAME 15 (If Necessary--only if winner of Game 9 loses Game 14), 7pm

Normal Game Locations:
Mechanicsville Post 175--Atlee HS
Lakeside Post 125 and 125F--Douglas Freeman HS
West End Post 361--Hermitage HS
Powhatan Post 201--Powhatan HS
Midlothian Post 186--Rockwood Park
South Richmond Post 137--LC Bird HS
Colonial Heights Post 284P and B--Shepherd Stadium

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

American Legion Baseball Headquarters from RVA Sports Network!

Saturday July 11: 
Mechanicsville Post 175 at Powhatan Post 201, ppd, rain
Colonial Heights Post 284P at Mechanicsville Post 175, ppd, rain
West End Post 361 at Colonial Heights Post 284B, ppd, rain
Colonial Height Post 284B at Colonial Heights Post 284P, ppd, rain
Midlothian Post 186 at Powhatan Post 201, ppd, rain
South Richmond Post 137 at Lakeside Post 125, ppd, rain

STANDINGS:
Mechanicsville Post 175: 9-1
Colonial Heights Post 284B: 7-2
Colonial Heights Post 284P: 9-3
West End Post 361: 10-4
South Richmond Post 137: 5-5
Lakeside Post 125: 5-5
Powhatan Post 201: 4-8
Midlothian Post 186: 2-10
Lakeside Post 125F: 1-13

SCHEDULE: (NOTE: Teams may try to start games earlier than posted if it helps to avoid any impending weather and get a game completed!)

Sunday July 12:
Lakeside Post 125 at Mechanicsville Post 175, doubleheader, 3pm
Colonial Heights Post 284B at Lakeside Post 125F, 3pm
South Richmond Post 137 at Midlothian Post 186, 3pm
West End Post 361 at Powhatan Post 201, 3pm
South Richmond Post 137 at Powhatan Post 201, 7pm

Monday July 13:
South Richmond Post 137 at Colonial Heights Post 284B, doubleheader, 6pm
Lakeside Post 125F at Mechanicsville Post 175, 7pm
Colonial Heights Post 284P at Lakeside Post 125, 7pm

Tuesday July 14:
Lakeside Post 125 at Colonial Heights Post 284B, doubleheader, 6pm
South Richmond Post 137 at Mechanicsville Post 175, 7pm
Colonial Heights Post 284P at Midlothian Post 186, 7pm

Game Locations:
Mechanicsville Post 175--Atlee HS
Lakeside Post 125 and 125F--Douglas Freeman HS
West End Post 361--Hermitage HS
Powhatan Post 201--Powhatan HS
Midlothian Post 186--Rockwood Park
South Richmond Post 137--LC Bird HS
Colonial Heights Post 284P and B--Shepherd Stadium

Friday, July 3, 2015

Your American Legion Baseball Headquarters (Updated 7/7/15)

RVA Sports Network, your only home online for daily updated American Legion District 11 baseball scores, standings and schedule!

RESULTS:

Monday July 6:
Powhatan Post 201 at Colonial Heights Post 284B, ppd, rain (part of doubleheader 7/8)
Lakeside Post 125F at Mechanicsville Post 175, ppd, rain
West End Post 361 6, Midlothian Post 186 5

Tuesday July 7:
Powhatan Post 201 15, Lakeside Post 125 5 (7 innings)
Mechanicsville Post 175 13, West End Post 361 2 (7 innings)
South Richmond Post 137 14, Lakeside Post 125F 2
Colonial Heights Post 284B 5, Midlothian Post 186 2

STANDINGS:
Mechanicsville Post 175: 8-1
Colonial Heights Post 284P: 8-3
Colonial Heights Post 284B: 5-2
West End Post 361: 8-4
South Richmond Post 137: 5-4
Lakeside Post 125: 4-5
Powhatan Post 201: 4-5
Midlothian Post 186: 2-9
Lakeside Post 125F: 1-12

SCHEDULE:

Wednesday July 8:
Powhatan Post 201 at Colonial Heights Post 284B, doubleheader, 6pm (change)
Mechanicsville Post 175 at Midlothian Post 186, 7pm
South Richmond Post 137 at West End Post 361, 7pm (MG from 6/20)

Thursday July 9:
Lakeside Post 125F at West End Post 361, 7pm
Lakeside Post 125 at Midlothian Post 186, 7pm
Powhatan Post 201 at Colonial Heights Post 284P, 7pm

Friday July 10:
Colonial Heights Post 284B at South Richmond Post 137, doubleheader, 6pm
Mechanicsville Post 175 at Powhatan Post 201, 7pm
Colonial Heights Post 284P at Lakeside Post 125, 7pm

Saturday July 11:
Midlothian Post 186 at Powhatan Post 201, 7pm
South Richmond Post 137 at Lakeside Post 125, 7pm
Colonial Heights Post 284B at Colonial Heights Post 284P, 1pm
Colonial Heights Post 284P at Mechanicsville Post 175, 7pm
West End Post 361 at Colonial Heights Post 284B, 7pm

Game Locations:
Mechanicsville Post 175--Atlee HS
Lakeside Post 125 & 125F--Douglas Freeman HS
West End Post 361--Hermitage HS
Powhatan Post 201--Powhatan HS
Midlothian Post 186--Rockwood Park
South Richmond Post 137--LC Bird HS
Colonial Heights Post 284P and B--Shepherd Stadium