Thursday, December 29, 2016

LISTEN LIVE: Matoaca In Henrico Holiday Hoops Tournament!

Listen live as the Matoaca Warriors battle Collegiate for 3rd Place at the 2016 Henrico Holiday Hoops Tournament exclusively on The RVA Sports Network beginning at 5:30pm on the player below. and stay with us for the Championship as #2 Trinity Episcopal faces #6 Henrico for the title at 7:15pm!



Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Listen Live: 2016 Henrico Holiday Hoops First Round Quadruple-Header!

Click on the YouTube player below to listen live as The RVA Sports Network brings you a quadruple-header of first round action from Henrico Holiday Hoops Tuesday at Henrico High School!

First Round Schedule:

2:30: James River vs. Matoaca
4:00: J.R. Tucker vs. #7 Henrico
5:30: Steward vs. Collegiate
7:15: #2 Trinity Episcopal vs. South Lakes


Monday, December 19, 2016

Listen Live: Times-Dispatch Invitational Tournament Championship Monday!

The RVA Sports Network is proud to bring you a quadruple-header of games from Championship Monday of the 22nd Annual Times-Dispatch Invitational Tournament live from the Richmond Coliseum!

CLICK HERE or click below on the embedded YouTube page to listen, starting at 3:30pm, to the Boys and Girls Championship and 3rd Place games only from The RVA Sports Network!


Today's T-DIT Schedule:

Girls 7th Place Game: Deep Run vs. Huguenot, 9am
Boys 7th Place Game: Hopewell vs. St. Christopher's, 10:30am
Girls 5th Place Game: Midlothian vs. Cosby, 12pm
Boys 5th Place Game: Hanover vs. Highland Springs, 1:30pm

THE FOLLOWING GAMES HEARD LIVE ON THE RVA SPORTS NETWORK:

Girls 3rd Place Game: St. Catherine's vs. Hopewell, 3:30pm
Boys 3rd Place Game: John Marshall vs. Benedictine, 5pm
Girls Championship: Highland Springs vs. Trinity Episcopal, 6:30pm
Boys Championship: Varina vs. Trinity Episcopal, 8:30pm

Friday, December 16, 2016

Listen Live: Times-Dispatch Invitational Tournament First Round!

Listen live tonight as the Cosby Titans begin their quest for a Times-Dispatch Invitational Girls Basketball Championship on The RVA Sports Network!

CLICK HERE to listen live to the First Round of the 22nd Annual Times-Dispatch Invitational Tournament beginning at 5:55pm:

Girls: Cosby at Hopewell
Boys: Benedictine at Hopewell

You can also listen by clicking the icon below.

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Thursday, December 15, 2016

Ashby Named State Defensive Player Of The Year: VHSL Announces 5A All-State Team

L.C. Bird linebacker Rayshard Ashby is honored as 5A State Defensive Player Of The Year as the Group 5A All-State Football team is announced Thursday by the Virginia High School League (VHSL):

FIRST TEAM:

OFFENSE:
QB: Juwan Carter, Highland Springs
C: Louie Mihota, Massaponax
OL: Dillon Carey, Stone Bridge
OL: Mekhi Becton, Highland Springs
OL: Anthony Craig, Norview
OL: Khari Edmundson, Hermitage
RB: Meech Hembry, Broad Run
RB: Kevin Marks, Norview
RB: Joshua Breece, Stone Bridge
WR: Kaevon Chase, Potomac Falls
WR: Benyeal Hill, Brooke Point
WR: Anton Ashby, Norview
TE: Daniel Thompson, Stone Bridge
K: Tommy Martin, Hickory
KR: Devonte Williams, Salem
All-Purpose: Tanner Dobrucky, Douglas Freeman

DEFENSE:
DL: Daniel Renaud, Stone Bridge
DL: Nana Asiedeu, North Stafford
DL: Akeem Smith, Henrico
DE: Aaron Motley, Highland Springs
DE: Aiden McFarlane, Stone Bridge
LB: Rayshard Ashby, L.C. Bird
LB: Jordan Wall, Highland Springs
LB: Isaiah Johnson, Norview
LB: Trajan Anderson, Massaponax
DB: Dohnavyn Jefferson, Stone Bridge
DB: Rell Coley, Highland Springs
DB: D'Andre Walker, Henrico
DB: Tiavonte McLaughlin, Brooke Point
P: Alex Burton, Hermitage
PR: Davonte Williams, Salem
All-Purpose: Jeremiah Owusu, Bethel

SECOND TEAM:

OFFENSE:
QB: JaQuan Anderson, Albemarle
C: Marshall Hicks, L.C. Bird
OL: Jacob Boone, Broad Run
OL: Donovan Beaver, Massaponax
OL: Aaron Pappy, Stone Bridge
OL: Jeb Boswell, Lee-Davis
RB: Damone Drew, Brooke Point
RB: Shedrick McCall, L.C. Bird
RB: Nathan Evans, Lee-Davis
WR: Kevin Hamilton, Jr, R.E. Lee/Alexandria
WR: Jeremiah Owusu, Bethel
WR: Nasir Hines, Hermitage
TE: Jalen Hargrove, Lee-Davis
K: Roberto Argueta, Falls Church
KR: Dakwandre Marshall, Falls Church
All-Purpose: Ben Maffe, Briar Woods

DEFENSE:
DL: Erik Davenport, Broad Run
DL: Derrick Eason, Norview
DL: Nick Ackies, Douglas Freeman
DE: Jahmol Robinson, Hermitage
DE: Bryan Giron, Falls Church
LB: Mike Arrington, Broad Run
LB: Mateo Jackson, Hermitage
LB: Zykal Foster, Albemarle
LB: Joey Nameth, Stone Bridge
DB: Tre Watkins, Massaponax
DB: Mondell Hampton, Stafford
DB: Taeyonn Reynolds, Salem
DB: Anton Ashby, Norview
P: Parker Davis, Patrick Henry
PR: Terrance Oxendine, Patrick Henry
All-Purpose: Jeremy Sampson, Tuscarora

5A State Offensive Player Of The Year: Juwan Carter, Highland Springs
5A State Defensive Player Of The Year: Rayshard Ashby, L.C. Bird
5A State Coach Of The Year: Loren Johnson, Highland Springs

Friday, December 9, 2016

SWIMMING: Opening Night Team Scores

The second season of club swimming in Chesterfield County got underway with an All-County Meet Friday night at the Collegiate School Aquatic Center (SwimRVA) in Chesterfield. Congratulations to the Clover Hill girls and Midlothian boys on team victories.

BOYS: Midlothian 469, Thomas Dale 276, Clover Hill 232, Monacan 204, Cosby 200, James River 170, Matoaca 109, L.C. Bird 95, Manchester 34, Meadowbrook 4

GIRLS: Clover Hill 456, Cosby 384, James River 321, Monacan 223, Thomas Dale 150, Midlothian 125, Manchester 73, L.C. Bird 61

HONORS: All-5A South Region Football First Team

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being selected to the All-5A South Region Football Team:

FIRST TEAM:

OFFENSE:
Center: Marshall Hicks, L.C. Bird
OL: Khari Edmundson, Hermitage
OL: Jeb Boswell, Lee-Davis
OL: Mekhi Becton, Highland Springs
OL: Anthony Craig, Norview
QB: Juwan Carter, Highland Springs
RB: Shedrick McCall, L.C. Bird
RB: Kevin Marks, Norview
RB: Nathan Evans, Lee-Davis
WR: Anton Ashby, Norview
WR: Jeremiah Owusu, Bethel
WR: Nasir Hines, Hermitage
WR: Chris Thaxton, Highland Springs
TE: Demetrick Atkins, L.C. Bird
K: Tommy Martin, Hickory
KR: Devonte Williams, Salem
All-Purpose: Tanner Dobrucky, Douglas Freeman

DEFENSE:
DE: Jahmol Robinson, Hermitage
DE: Aaron Motley, Highland Springs
DL: Derrick Eason, Norview
DL: Akeem Smith, Henrico
DL: Nick Ackies, Douglas Freeman
DL: Tavion Blackwell, Highland Springs
LB: Isaiah Johnson, Norview
LB: Mateo Jackson, Hermitage
LB: Rayshard Ashby, L.C. Bird
LB: Jordan Wall, Highland Springs
DB: Taeyonn Reynolds, Salem
DB: Anton Ashby, Norview
DB: DeAndre Walker, Henrico
DB: Rell Coley, Highland Springs
P: Alex Burton, Hermitage
PR: Davonte Williams, Salem
All-Purpose: Jeremiah Owusu, Bethel

Region Offensive Player of The Year: Juwan Carter, Highland Springs
Region Defensive Player of The Year: Rayshard Ashby, L.C. Bird
Region Coach Of The Year: Loren Johnson, Highland Springs


Thursday, December 8, 2016

HONORS: VHSL GROUP 4A BOYS ALL-STATE VOLLEYBALL TEAM

Congratulations to the following student-athletes on receiving Group 4A Boys Volleyball All-State honors by the Virginia High School League, as Monacan sweeps both the Player and Coach of The Year.

FIRST TEAM:

Lance Johnson, Monacan
Turner Cole, Hanover
Drew Buckley, Monacan
Nathan McGhee, Heritage
Steven Hawks, Monacan
Wyatt Fly, Churchland
Tyler Gregory, Midlothian
Adam Wajciechowski, Midlothian
Noah Gurley, Great Bridge (Libero)

SECOND TEAM:

Perry Dunkum, Great Bridge
Jason Jones, Great Bridge
Jakinah Oliver, Armstrong
Kyle Stuart, Lakeland
Emoch Sutton, Heritage
Andrew Moore, Hanover
Leland Richardson, Heritage
George Giles, Heritage
Dante' Jennings, Colonial Heights (Libero)

GROUP 4A STATE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Lance Johnson, Monacan
GROUP 4A STATE COACH OF THE YEAR: Josh Shrader, Monacan





Tuesday, December 6, 2016

LISTEN LIVE LINK: #1 L.C. Bird at #4 Varina Boys Basketball on Game of The Week!

CLICK HERE to listen live as the number one team in The RVA Sports Network's Top 10 Boys Basketball Poll, the L.C. Bird Skyhawks, travel to Varina to battle the fourth-ranked Blue Devils in a Conference 12 showdown!

Our live, exclusive coverage begins at 7:30pm at the link above on The RVA Sports Network's YouTube Channel. Make sure to click "subscribe" when you're at our YouTube Channel page so you'll never miss another live RVA Sports Network high school sports broadcast!

The only place where you can hear live high school sports all year long is The RVA Sports Network!


Sunday, December 4, 2016

Wrestling: Central Virginia Classic Results

Here are the top results from this weekend's Central Virginia Wrestling Classic which took place at Glen Allen High School (results courtesy of TrackWrestling.com):

106

1st Place
Riley Starcher (Grassfield) 42-14, So. over Joseph McMillin (Powhatan) 28-15, So. (Dec 7-4).
3rd Place
Kevin Velez (Clover Hill) 26-10, So. over Bruno Alveres (Brooke Point) 4-2, Fr. (Fall 4:44).
5th Place
Cameron Chicella (Ocean Lakes) 15-22, So. over Cole Gorvett (Westfield) 2-3, Fr. (For.).

113

1st Place
Will Lisenby (Westfield) 3-0, Jr. over Evan Buchanan (Atlee) 3-1, Fr. (SV-1 9-7).
3rd Place
Carson Tinsley (Mills Godwin) 31-9, Sr. over Elijah Jordan (Powhatan) 38-14, Sr. (Fall 3:29).
5th Place
Jordan Smith (Hanover) 21-18, So. over Justus Jones (Brooke Point) 21-12, Sr. (Dec 5-3).

120

1st Place
Bobby Quinones (Westfield) 5-0, Jr. over Josh Montague (Brooke Point) 20-13, Jr. (Fall 5:43).
3rd Place
Brycen Martz (Ocean Lakes) 28-17, Sr. over Jacob Mills (Grassfield) 36-20, Sr. (Dec 13-12).
5th Place
Mariano Hornedo (Atlee) 44-20, Sr. over Anthony Commuzi (Atlee) 36-18, Jr. (Fall 3:22).

126

1st Place
Aaron Freidhof (Prince George) 4-0, Sr. over Sam Slate (Benedictine) 7-2, Fr. (Fall 1:46).
3rd Place
Brandon Bye (Millbrook) 5-1, Sr. over Josh Epperly (Hanover) 3-2, Fr. (Fall 3:51).
5th Place
Brenden Lugo (Grassfield) 18-6, Sr. over Brett Reid (Douglas Freeman) 14-13, Sr. (Fall 1:50).

132

1st Place
Collin Gerardi (Powhatan) 44-6, Jr. over Zachary Gillette (Grassfield) 47-10, Sr. (Fall 1:40).
3rd Place
Joseph Knight (Brooke Point) 32-4, Sr. over Nate Hackman (Ocean Lakes) 34-15, Sr. (Fall 2:10).
5th Place
Caleb Bland (Hermitage) 31-10, Sr. over Oleg Johnson (Westfield) 4-3, So. (Dec 6-5).

138

1st Place
Aidan Murphy (Ocean Lakes) 5-0, Sr. over Garrett Plummer (Lee Davis) 38-14, Sr. (Fall 1:55).
3rd Place
Michael Dew (Glen Allen) 35-10, Jr. over Daniel Goodwin (Grassfield) 44-17, Sr. (Dec 6-3).
5th Place
David Hoover (Hanover) 24-13, Jr. over Eric Hogge (Midlothian) 24-11, Sr. (Dec 11-10).

145

1st Place
Jeffrey Hoyt (Powhatan) 24-20, Jr. over Jonathon Conrad (Lee Davis) 35-8, Jr. (Fall 3:21).
3rd Place
Ian Baker (Monacan) 34-7, Jr. over AJ Deutel (Brooke Point) 14-7, Sr. (Inj. 0:00).
5th Place
Ben Hillard (Ocean Lakes) 8-8, Jr. over Sebastian Cobb (Hanover) 5-3, Jr. (Fall 3:37).

152

1st Place
Carson Allen (Hanover) 36-9, Jr. over Fisher Evans (Lee Davis) 46-12, Jr. (Fall 3:19).
3rd Place
Samuel Tomlinson (Powhatan) 32-14, Jr. over Braxton Fell (Grafton) 3-2, Sr. (Dec 9-4).
5th Place
Ibram Bector (Hermitage) 27-12, Jr. over Cal Cochran (Westfield) 22-28, Jr. (Fall 2:27).

160

1st Place
Alex Britto (Collegiate) 34-14, Sr. over Andy Aldridge (Lee Davis) 3-1, Fr. (Inj. 0:00).
3rd Place
Jacob Kennedy (Prince George) 5-1, Jr. over Austin Pitts (Mills Godwin) 28-17, So. (Fall 0:58).
5th Place
Jack Drimer (Mills Godwin) 5-2, Jr. over Jeremiah Vivero (Grafton) 3-3, Sr. (Dec 4-3).

170

1st Place
Andrew Anthony (Lee Davis) 33-9, Sr. over Xever Lemieux (Millbrook) 6-8, Jr. (Dec 3-2).
3rd Place
Wallace Canada (Prince George) 4-1, So. over Will Sayegh (Midlothian) 26-8, Jr. (Inj. 0:00).
5th Place
Cohen Call (Atlee) 36-18, Jr. over Logan Pettorini (Brooke Point) 13-9, Sr. (Fall 3:51).

182 Results

1st Place
Stephen Burrell (Grassfield) 47-11, Sr. over Edward `Ned` Anthony (Lee Davis) 42-7, Jr. (Dec 9-5).
3rd Place
Jacob Sinsel (Ocean Lakes) 34-15, Sr. over Gabe Neaverth (Millbrook) 22-19, Sr. (Fall 1:39).
5th Place
Luke Armstrong (Grafton) 4-2, Sr. over Brandon Whitton (Westfield) 26-22, Sr. (Dec 10-4).

195

1st Place
Cody Roundtree (Clover Hill) 31-10, Sr. over Martiese Phipps (Monacan) 17-12, Jr. (Dec 6-5).
3rd Place
Fabrizio Lazo (Westfield) 20-15, Jr. over Hunter Beck (Lee Davis) 3-2, Jr. (MD 8-0).
5th Place
Emanuel Torres (Hermitage) 3-2, Fr. over Austin Yogi (Amelia) 15-19, Sr. (For.).

220

1st Place
Yates Carrier (Ocean Lakes) 4-0, Sr. over Sari Maksad (Lee Davis) 25-15, Sr. (Fall 1:02).
3rd Place
Xavier Brown (Monacan) 25-16, Sr. over Jackson Burkey (Clover Hill) 3-2, So. (Fall 0:47).
5th Place
Zeke Elswick (Mills Godwin) 3-2, Jr. over James Walters (Deep Run) 2-3, Jr. (Fall 1:48).

285

1st Place
Trevor Burns (Grassfield) 39-11, Jr. over Ramses Montalvo (Brooke Point) 17-6, Jr. (SV-1 4-2).
3rd Place
Justin Spencer (Mills Godwin) 19-3, Sr. over Robbie Adelstein (Atlee) 21-10, Jr. (Dec 3-2).
5th Place
Tavon Blowe (Millbrook) 19-15, Jr. over Jack Oppenheim (Deep Run) 3-3, Sr. (Dec 5-4).

TEAM RESULTS:

1) Lee-Davis: 220.5
2) Grassfield: 184.5
3) Powhatan: 153.5

11) Clover Hill: 94.5
13) Monacan: 61
18) Thomas Dale: 42.5
19) Midlothian: 40

Saturday, November 26, 2016

FOOTBALL: Seasons End For Skyhawks, Lancers

Shedrick McCall (pictured below) rushed for 152 yards, but was held to 27 yards in the second half while L.C. Bird lost three fumbles after halftime as Highland Springs defeated the Skyhawks for the first time in playoff action in ten years Saturday, 34-20 in the 5A South Region Semifinal at Kreiter Stadium.

Highland Springs quarterback Juwan Carter accounted for four of the Springers' five touchdowns, as L.C. Bird was held to a late second half touchdown pass from Marcus Banks to Pinky Wiley when the game's outcome was already no longer in doubt. L.C. Bird finishes the season at 11-2.

Meanwhile, Colonial Forge built an early lead, and Manchester's latest attempt at a thrilling fourth quarter comeback fell short as the Eagles eliminated the Lancers in 6A South Region Semifinal action Saturday 27-19. An 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Frank Boyd in the fourth quarter was not enough, as Manchester sees its season end also with an 11-2 record.


Tuesday, November 22, 2016

HONORS: 4A Western Section Boys Volleyball Team

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being named to the 4A "Western Section" All-Section Team in boys volleyball:

FIRST TEAM:

Lance Johnson, Monacan
Drew Buckley, Monacan
Turner Cole, Hanover
Steven Hawks, Monacan
Tyler Gregory, Midothian
Adam Wajciechowski, Midlothian
Jakinah Oliver, Armstrong
Andrew Moore, Hanover
Dante Jennings, Colonial Heights (Libero)

SECOND TEAM:

Noah Bryant, Colonial Heights
Brennan Richie, Midlothian
Mike Livesay, Colonial Heights
Cameron Cox, Colonial Heights
Jayvon Reid, Armstrong
Trey Green, Petersburg
Ethan Smith, Midlothian (Libero)

4A Western Section Player Of The Year: Lance Johnson, Monacan
4A Western Section Coach Of The Year: Josh Shrader, Monacan


Thursday, November 17, 2016

Two Boys Volleyball State Champions!

Congratulations to the Monacan Chiefs for their third state boys volleyball championship, and first since 2002 in the old Group AAA format, with a three-set win over Great Bridge in the 4A State Championship (pictured above) and to the James River Rapids for repeating as 6A State Champions with a four-set victory over the Cosby Titans Thursday afternoon at the Siegel Center.



Wednesday, November 16, 2016

HONORS: All-Conference 3 Football Team Announced

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being selected to the 2016 All-Conference 3 Football Team:

FIRST TEAM:

OFFENSE:
C: Max Carlin, Cosby
OL: Zayin West, Manchester
OL: Talvis Robinson, Thomas Dale
OL: Matt Armstrong, James River
OL: Kyle Adams, Franklin County
TE: Christian Faber, Thomas Dale
WR: Donovan Moore, Manchester
WR: Gynai James, Thomas Dale
WR: Hunter Edwards, Cosby
RB: Davod Wilkins, Clover Hill
RB: Joe Hunt, Cosby
RB: William Noble, James River
RB: Frank Boyd, Manchester
RB: Tyrese Clark, Franklin County
QB: Brendon Clark, Manchester
K: Austin Feeser, Thomas Dale
KR: Tarell Branch, James River
All-Purpose: Gabe McCollin, Thomas Dale

DEFENSE:
DL: Vernon Couch, James River
DL: Zayin West, Manchester
DL: Devin Williams, Thomas Dale
DL: Shaundarius Carter, Thomas Dale
LB: Trey Vossler, Cosby
LB: Nygil Johnson, Manchester
LB: Gaven Corker, Manchester
LB: Devonte Chandler, Thomas Dale
DB: Brandon Miltenberger, Cosby
DB: Kwame Dehaney, James River
DB: Tre' Clark, Manchester
DB: A.J. Lazaro, Thomas Dale
DB: Devonte Russell, Thomas Dale
P: Jacob Smith, Franklin County
PR: Max Oxendine, Thomas Dale

CONFERENCE 3 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Frank Boyd, Manchester
CONFERENCE 3 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Trey Vossler, Cosby
CONFERENCE 3 COACH OF THE YEAR: Tom Hall, Manchester

SECOND TEAM:

OFFENSE:
C: Brian Blevins, James River
OL: Connor Kowalski, Clover Hill
OL: Dan Masta, Cosby
OL: Max Wilson, James River
OL: Tyler Jones, Manchester
TE: Trevor Morris, James River
TE: Larson Wolfe, Cosby
WR: Nick Michel, James River
WR: Breon Davis, Manchester
WR: Elijah Smith, Thomas Dale
RB: Trey Vossler, Cosby
RB: Chris Tyree, Thomas Dale
RB: Max Oxendine, Thomas Dale
QB: Matt Lawton, Thomas Dale
K: Luke Martin, Manchester
KR: Chris Tyree, Thomas Dale
All-Purpose: Jayson Glover, Manchester

DEFENSE:
DL: Max Thoreson, Clover Hill
DL: Will Smith, Cosby
DL: Jacob Smith, Franklin County
DL: Trevor Morris, James River
DL: Eriq Lee Brown, Manchester
LB: Zach Chandler, Franklin County
LB: Bailes Mayo, James River
LB: Alston Robinson, Manchester
LB: Elijah Burns, Thomas Dale
DB: Hunter Edmonds, Cosby
DB: Logan Stefanko, Cosby
DB: Graham Scholl, James River
DB: Val West, Manchester
P: Jack Johnson, Clover Hill
PR: Nick Michel, James River
All-Purpose: John Rose, Manchester

Monday, November 14, 2016

THE WEEK AHEAD:

Monacan boys volleyball plays for a 4A State Championship berth Tuesday evening, while Monacan, L.C. Bird, Thomas Dale and Manchester football get ready for second round playoff action Friday.

CLICK HERE to go to our Tournament Central at RVASportsNetwork.com !

Friday, November 11, 2016

FOOTBALL PLAYOFF SCOREBOARD

6A SOUTH (First Round):

#1 Manchester 21, #8 Cosby 14
#3 Thomas Dale 33, #6 James River 9

Second Round (Friday 11/18):
#3 Thomas Dale at #2 Colonial Forge
#4 Riverbend at #1 Manchester

5A SOUTH (First Round):

#3 L.C. Bird 49, #6 Varina 9
#1 Highland Springs 55, #8 Deep Run 0
#2 Hermitage 31, #7 Henrico 13
#4 Douglas Freeman 14, #5 Lee-Davis 7

Second Round (Friday 11/18):
#3 L.C. Bird at #2 Hermitage
#4 Douglas Freeman at #1 Highland Springs

4A EAST (First Round):

#5 Monacan 42, #4 Louisa 24
#1 Dinwiddie 40, #8 Courtland 7
#2 Eastern View 42, #7 King George 14
#3 Chancellor 59, #6 Powhatan 13

Second Round (Friday 11/18):
#5 Monacan at #1 Dinwiddie
#3 Chancellor at #2 Eastern View

HONORS: All-Conference 3 Field Hockey, Girls Volleyball Teams

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being named to the All-Conference Team for Conference 3:

FIELD HOCKEY:

FIRST TEAM:

Forward:
Jade Irby, Clover Hill
Lexi Baumhover, Cosby
Cameryn Ing, Clover Hill
Ellie Mead, Cosby
Julia Glowatsky, Manchester

Midfield:
Callie Yost, Clover Hill
Conner Waldrop, Cosby
Kaylie Puccinelli, James River
Bella Baumhover, Cosby
Callie Dance, Manchester

Defense:
Bethany Fuquay, Cosby
Alee Silva, Clover Hill
Mandy Hermanns, James River
Clara Garner, Cosby
Chris Hadlow, Manchester

Goalkeeper:
Marqui Wright, Clover Hill

SECOND TEAM:

Forward:
Izzy Longstaff, James River
Kacee Hooker, Cosby
Hannah Ward, James River
Brandi Condrey, Manchester
Sidney Harris, Thomas Dale

Midfield:
Abby Sloan, Thomas Dale
Enza Marcy, James River
Ally Steiner, James River
Abbey Johnson, Manchester
Cami Posey, Thomas Dale

Defense:
Makayla Clemmer, Clover Hill
Emily Nicely, Cosby
Reagan Chamberlin, Cosby
Abigail Davis, James River
Kristina Johnson, James River
Mallory Musgrove, James River
Sierra Filer, Manchester
Ashley Coddington, Manchester

Goalkeeper:
Haleigh Monahan, Cosby

CONFERENCE 3 PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Marqui Wright, Clover Hill
CONFERENCE 3 COACH OF THE YEAR: Rhonda Clopton, Clover Hill

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GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:

FIRST TEAM:
Logan Witt, Clover Hill
Kaila Crowder, Cosby
Quinlan Cuddy, Franklin County
Clara Smith, Clover Hill
Brianne Carmody, James River
Malaysha Ferguson, Franklin County
Heather Phelps, Cosby
Rebekah Nelson, Clover Hill
Grace Lambert, Cosby (Libero)

SECOND TEAM:
Allison Carmody, James River
Abby Nyquist, Thomas Dale
Logan Pasley, Franklin County
Devin Storey, Thomas Dale
Livi Silva, Clover Hill
Harper Sale, Cosby
Kaiya Cooper, James River
Caroline Camden, Manchester
Madi Churn, Franklin County (Libero)

CONFERENCE 3 PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Kaila Crowder, Cosby
CONFERENCE 3 COACH OF THE YEAR: Amanda McClave, Cosby 

Thursday, November 10, 2016

HONORS: All-Conference 12 Football Team Announced

Congratulations to the following student-athletes on being honored with a place on the 2016 All-Conference 12 Football Team:

FIRST TEAM:

OFFENSE:
C: Marshall Hicks, LC Bird
OL: Hakeem Beamon, LC Bird
OL: Gavin Brennan, LC Bird
OL: Andy Mathews, Varina
OL: Mekhi Becton, Highland Springs
TE: Demetrick Atkins, LC Bird
RB: Corbin Donaldson, LC Bird
RB: Shedrick McCall, LC Bird
RB: C.J. Jones, Varina
QB: Juwan Carter, Highland Springs
WR: Jordan Jeter, Meadowbrook
WR: Terrance Whitfield, Matoaca
WR: Chris Thaxton, Highland Springs
K: Jack Notley, Highland Springs
KR: Rell Coley, Highland Springs
UTILITY: R.J. Coles, Varina

DEFENSE:
DE: Aaron Motley, Highland Springs
DE: Mike Greene, Highland Springs
DL: Quashawn Armstrong, LC Bird
DL: Ryan Krese, Prince George
DL: Andy Mathews, Varina
DL: Tavien Blackwell, Highland Springs
LB: Rayshard Ashby, LC Bird
LB: Isaiah Moore, LC Bird
LB: David Daniel, Varina
LB: Jordan Wall, Highland Springs
DB: Tre'Von Stewart, Matoaca
DB: Demetrick Atkins, LC Bird
DB: Johquin Wiley, LC Bird
DB: Rell Coley, Highland Springs
P: Nik Nunez, Varina

CONFERENCE 12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Juwan Carter, Highland Springs
CONFERENCE 12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Rayshard Ashby, LC Bird
CONFERENCE 12 COACH OF THE YEAR: David Bedwell, LC Bird

SECOND TEAM:

OFFENSE:
C: Mike Greene, Highland Springs
OL: Alexander Henderson, Matoaca
OL: Javonte Tuppince, Meadowbrook
OL: Trey Steward, Prince George
OL: Tavien Blackwell, Highland Springs
TE: Samond Pinchback, Varina
RB: Shyrie McKeiver, Highland Springs
RB: Willie Harkless, Highland Springs
RB: Rell Coley, Highland Springs
QB: E.J. Walker, Prince George
WR: Stephen Richardson, Varina
WR: Isaiah Winstead, Highland Springs
WR: James Jackson, Highland Springs
K: Brandon Baker, Prince George
UTILITY: Jeremiah Medina, Meadowbrook

DEFENSE:
DE: Demontrae Blowe, LC Bird
DE: Kyle Williams, Matoaca
DE: Dre Giles, Meadowbrook
DL: Cory Bright, LC Bird
DL: Dajuan Hendricks, Prince George
DL: Jeremiah Edwards, Varina
DL: Daymonte Felder, Highland Springs
LB: Tyler Voorhies, Matoaca
LB: Brett Hall, Meadowbrook
LB: Theo Cotcamp, Prince George
LB: DeAndre Henderson, Highland Springs
DB: Jesson McCray, Meadowbrook
DB: Dontez Braxton, Meadowbrook
DB: Trey Smith, Varina
DB: Bryan Epps, Highland Springs
P: Glaster Ellis, Highland Springs
PR: Javon Lapierre, LC Bird

HONORABLE MENTION:

OFFENSE:
C: Jason Rickman, Varina
OL: Caleb Hamlett, Prince George
OL: Michael Nesheiwat, Varina
OL: Jamani Jones, Highland Springs
OL: Justin Carey, Highland Springs
TE: Jordan Wall, Highland Springs
UTILITY: Billy Kemp, Highland Springs

DEFENSE:
DE: Jace DePriest, Varina
DL: Mike Crew, Meadowbrook
DL: Troy Bryant, Highland Springs
DL: Trey Fortune, Highland Springs
LB: Dionte Hunt, LC Bird
LB: K.J. McNeil, Meadowbrook
LB: Justin Stafford, Varina
LB: Justin Hopkins, Highland Springs
DB: Javon Lapierre, LC Bird
DB: Paul Davis, Meadowbrook
DB: Billy Kemp, Highland Springs
DB: Justice Mayo, Highland Springs
P: Keaton Riley, LC Bird
P: Johnathan Coleman, Matoaca


Monday, November 7, 2016

HONORS: 4A East All-Region Field Hockey Team Announced

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being named to the 4A East Region All-Region Field Hockey Team:

FIRST TEAM:

Forwards:
Mallorie Rush, Great Bridge
Grace Hoepfner, Grafton
Madison Healey, Eastern View
Chloe Underwood, Great Bridge
Emma Claire Stewart, Smithfield

Midfield:
Peyton Tollaksen, Great Bridge
Annemarie Hoppel, Courtland
Nora Mulroy, Midlothian
Liv Lilygren, Grafton
Jenna Schmidt, Great Bridge
Alexis Brown, Eastern View

Defense:
Erin Malone, Grafton
Kolbey Donahue, Great Bridge
Christina Slick, Courtland
Caroline Wilkes, Midlothian
Emma Bernard, Chancellor

Goalkeeper:
Laurel Nicks, Grafton

SECOND TEAM:

Forwards:
Brooke Hyman, Great Bridge
Lauren Walker, Lafayette
Cameryn McLaurine, Courtland
Lauren Elmore, Midlothian
Hannah Adams, Powhatan

Midfield:
Samantha Moore, Great Bridge
Katie James, Deep Creek
Emma Kirschke, Grafton
Courtney Collins, Smithfield
Kelsey Jones, Courtland

Defense:
Taylor Hyman, Great Bridge
Kelsey Donahue, Great Bridge
Kaylin Richardson, Grafton
Savannah Jenkins, Eastern View
Kylee Maiolo, Powhatan

Goalkeeper:
Lauren Arledge, Great Bridge

HONORABLE MENTION:

Forwards:
Chloe Hall, Deep Creek
Abigail Sholes, Great Bridge
Taylor Straus, Grafton
Skylar Hedgepeth, Smithfield
Katie Brookman, Eastern View

Midfield:
Libby Darden, Smithfield
Kyle Verner, Eastern View
Ellie Lancaster, Powhatan
Kayla Hathaway, Powhatan
Bella Urcia, Midlothian

Defense:
Brooke Smith, Deep Creek
Amber Suits, King's Fork
Hannah Zengel, Smithfield
Caitlin Walker, Eastern View
Marie Freemyers, Courtland
Megan Merillat, Midlothian

Goalkeeper:
Mary Grace Humes, Courtland
Gatlin Snyder, Powhatan

4A East Region Player Of The Year; Peyton Tollaksen, Great Bridge
4A East Region Coach Of The Year: Katie Duke, Great Bridge

Friday, November 4, 2016

WEEK 11 FOOTBALL FINALS:

#3 L.C. Bird 41, James River 7
#5 Manchester 34, Cosby 33
#7 Thomas Dale 36, Matoaca 21
Midlothian 21, Clover Hill 20
#1 Dinwiddie 42, Meadowbrook 10

OUR PLAYOFF PROJECTIONS: (Official Numbers Released by VHSL Sunday Morning)

6A SOUTH:
#8 Cosby at #1 Manchester
#7 CD Hylton at #2 Colonial Forge/Thomas Dale
#6 James River at #3 Colonial Forge/Thomas Dale
#5 Freedom-Prince William at #4 Riverbend

5A SOUTH:
#8 Deep Run at #1 Highland Springs

#7 Henrico at #2 Hermitage
#6 Varina at #3 L.C. Bird
#5 Lee-Davis at #4 Douglas Freeman

4A EAST:
#8 Courtland at #1 Dinwiddie
#7 King George at #2 Eastern View
#6 Powhatan at #3 Chancellor
#5 Monacan at #4 Louisa

NOTES: In 6A South, Thomas Dale and Colonial Forge finished tied with 321 points (32.1 rating). In 5A South, Hermitage and L.C. Bird finished tied with 325 points (32.5 rating) but Hermitage wins tiebreaker based on common opponents. The Panthers and Skyhawks both defeated Meadowbrook, but Hermitage beat Manchester, while Manchester bested L.C. Bird.

Monday, October 31, 2016

HONORS: All-Conference 12 Volleyball Teams Announced

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being named to the All-Conference 12 Volleyball Teams:

BOYS:

FIRST TEAM:
Alex Field, Atlee
Jake French, Atlee
Adam Lane, Patrick Henry
Neil Marks, Prince George
Michael Norris, Atlee
Andrew Bell, L.C. Bird
Jarrett Carrano, Patrick Henry
Jaxon Delgado, Patrick Henry
Conner Logan, Patrick Henry (Libero)

SECOND TEAM:
Carter Riddle, Patrick Henry
Stephen Piper, L.C. Bird
Taj Lewis, Varina
Nick Hagood, Matoaca
C.W. McIlhenny, Patrick Henry
David Knipp, Prince George
Alex Anderson, Highland Springs
Miles Worrell, Prince George
Walter Spurlock, Matoaca
Jerry Funtila, Meadowbrook
Nick Scott, Matoaca (Libero)

HONORABLE MENTION:
Matt Wiggins, Atlee
Chauncey Copeland, Meadowbrook
Andrew Rae, Atlee
Robbie Marshall, Varina
Justin Spates, Prince George (Libero)
Eric Ramos, Meadowbrook (Libero)

CONFERENCE 12 CO-PLAYERS OF THE YEAR:
Alex Field, Atlee and Neil Marks, Prince George

CONFERENCE 12 CO-COACHES OF THE YEAR:
Randy Jones, Atlee and Mayes Marks, Prince George

*****

GIRLS:

FIRST TEAM:
Lani Mason, Matoaca
Liza Newbold, Prince George
Lindsey Temple, Matoaca
Makenzy Johnson, Matoaca
Chantell Harrison, L.C. Bird
Sonia Tomei-Castro, Prince George
Nalicia Tillman, L.C. Bird
Amari Bacot, Varina
Haylee Macaraeg, Prince George (Libero)

SECOND TEAM:
Ayanna Cheek, Highland Springs
Rebekah Grainer, Varina
Darcy McCoy, Prince George
Maryia Kienzler, Prince George
Jordan Morris, Matoaca
Kiara Bennett, L.C. Bird
Kara Crudup, Highland Springs
Taliah Starckey, Highland Springs
Danielle Billips, Varina (Libero)

HONORABLE MENTION:
Shaelee Blackham, Matoaca
L'Yoni Elcock, Varina

CONFERENCE 12 PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Lani Mason, Matoaca
CONFERENCE 12 COACH OF THE YEAR: Tiara Boyd, Matoaca

Friday, October 28, 2016

WEEK 10 FOOTBALL FINALS:

#3 L.C. Bird 70, Huguenot 8

#5 Manchester 36, #7 Monacan 35

#8 Thomas Dale 29, Hopewell 18

Cosby 57, George Wythe 18

James River 28, Clover Hill 6

Meadowbrook 22, Prince George 18

Matoaca 63, Colonial Heights 17

HONORS: Conference 20 Field Hockey All-Conference Team

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for their selection to their All-Conference Field Hockey Team in Conference 20. (Note: "*" means All-Academic selection)

FIRST TEAM:

Forward:
Lauren Elmore, Midlothian*
Hannah Adams, Powhatan*
Brie Burgio, Powhatan*
Regan Sabine, Midlothian*
Austyn Faries, Monacan*

Midfield:
Nora Mulroy, Midlothian*
Ellie Lancaster, Powhatan*
Keri Kane, Hanover*
Kayla Hathaway, Powhatan*
Bella Urcia, Midlothian*

Defense:
Caroline Wilkes, Midlothian*
Kylee Maiolo, Powhatan*
Addie Michael, Hanover*
Megan Merillat, Midlothian*
Katie Corbitt, Powhatan*

Goalkeeper:
Rachael Weis, Hanover*
Gatlin Snyder, Powhatan*

SECOND TEAM:

Forward:
Kora Kane, Hanover*
Jenna Kyte, Midlothian*
Dani Bigham, Powhatan*

Midfield:
Courtney Cooke, Monacan*
Olivia Harriman, Midlothian*
Calie Rehme, Powhatan*
Lauren Didlake, Hanover*
Allison Bunn, Hanover*

Defense:
Nicole Mnn, Monacan*
Alexis Slicker, Hanover*
Zoe Hammond, Midlothian*

Goalkeeper:
Lindsey Merillat, Midlothian*

Conference 20 Player Of The Year: Nora Mulroy, Midlothian
Conference 20 Coach Of The Year: Geri Douglas, Midlothian

Friday, October 21, 2016

WEEK 9 FINALS

#3 L.C. Bird 75, George Wythe 8

#5 Manchester 40, Clover Hill 20

#7 Thomas Dale 18, Meadowbrook 6

#8 Monacan 45, Midlothian 13

Hopewell 46, Matoaca 35

James River 38, Cosby 21

Thursday, October 20, 2016

WEEK 9 FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Plus Game of The Week Listen Live Link!

CLICK HERE to listen live to Atlee at #10 Patrick Henry at 6:30pm (also available on WHAN, 102.9 FM, 1430 AM and on mobile devices on the TuneIn Radio App on "Radiall")

CLICK HERE for previews of all county games and all Central Region matchups as the playoffs draw near, PLUS all the various playoff implications that are in effect tonight! Your guide to Friday night, courtesy of RVA Sports Network!


TOURNAMENT CENTRAL: Conference Field Hockey

CONFERENCE 3 (all matches played on Field #5 of River City SportsPlex, finalists advance to 6A South Region Tournament)

Monday 10/24:
Quarterfinal: #4 James River 6, #5 Thomas Dale 1

Tuesday 10/25:
Semifinal: #1 Cosby 3, #4 James River 2
Semifinal: #2 Clover Hill 3, #3 Manchester 0

Wednesday 10/26:
Championship: #1 Cosby 2, #2 Clover Hill 1



CONFERENCE 12 (all matches played at River City SportsPlex, finalists advance to 5A South Region Tournament)

Monday 10/24:
Quarterfinal: #4 Highland Springs 4, #5 Varina 0

Tuesday 10/25:
Semifinal #1: #1 Prince George 15, #4 Highland Springs 0
Semifinal #2: #2 Matoaca 3, #3 L.C. Bird 0

Wednesday 10/26:
Championship: #1 Prince George 4, #2 Matoaca 0


CONFERENCE 20 (all matches played on Field #7 at River City SportsPlex, finalists advance to new 4A East Region Tournament)

Monday 10/24:
Semifinal #1: #1 Midlothian 6, #4 Monacan 2
Semifinal #2: #2 Powhatan 6, #3 Hanover 0

Tuesday 10/25:
Championship: #1 Midlothian 2, #2 Powhatan 1 (OT)







Monday, October 17, 2016

New VHSL Football Standings

Manchester and Monacan are down, while L.C. Bird widens its lead, for now, Midlothian has a prayer, Matoaca's hopes stay even, Meadowbrook's takes a hit, and Thomas Dale remains steady. Add to it the added playoff implications of this Friday's James River/Cosby showdown, and Week 9 will help separate the contenders from pretenders in high school football.

CLICK HERE to read the standings and instant analysis of every region from 6A South to 1A East across Chesterfield and all of the Central Region!

Friday, October 14, 2016

WEEK 8 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD

#4 Hermitage 28, #1 Manchester 7 (Lancers fall from unbeaten ranks, now 6-1)

#3 L.C. Bird 35, Cosby 6 (Skyhawks to 6-1, Titans, 4-3, have never beaten Bird)

#7 Monacan 67, George Wythe 0 (Chiefs cruise for Homecoming, now 7-1, get Manchester in two weeks)

#8 Thomas Dale 42, Petersburg 12 (Much needed win for Knights in 6A South. As the #4 seed, they see the #5 defeat #3 to tighten the race for a home game in first round)

Huguenot 42, Clover Hill 35 (Cavaliers lose lead late, fall on the road)

James River 27, Midlothian 12 (Rapids to 4-3, help their 6A South playoff case; Trojans' hopes in 4A East are fading)

Matoaca 33, Meadowbrook 28 (Huge win for Warriors, now 4-3, will stay in top eight in 5A South Central, the Monarchs are 3-4 and have a mountain to climb to stay in playof contention)


LISTEN LIVE LINK For Game of The Week!

CLICK HERE to listen live starting at 6:30 as #10 Lee-Davis battles #5 Highland Springs on our Game of The Week! Also heard on WHAN Radio, 102.9 FM and 1430 AM and on the TuneIn Radio App on "Radiall"!

Thursday, October 13, 2016

WEEK 8 FOOTBALL FRIDAY PREVIEWS

NBC12 Game of The Week: #1 Manchester (6-0) at #4 Hermitage (5-1), 7pm

First, kudos to both Manchester head coach Tom Hall and Hermitage head coach Patrick Kane and their respective schools for agreeing to this regular season series, made available when the Virginia High School League (VHSL) allowed schools within districts two or more classifications apart to cease playing each other if it were in the best interests of both schools. After 2014, Hermitage dropped Thomas Jefferson, and were able to add Manchester, whom they defeated in the 2014 5A South Central playoffs, ending Manchester's perfect season two years ago. The Panthers also won the first regular season meeting in the series last year. Woody Winborn leads Hermitage, improving with each game at quarterback. In fact, those eighteen new starters, as a unit, are much better than they were opening night. But so is Manchester, who fought off a pesky Midlothian squad last week, pulling away for a 54-26 victory. If the Lancers really want to show they are serious contenders for a 6A State Championship, the way to do it is go to Chester Fritz Stadium and win. Bryce Hall, Frank Boyd and company will look to do just that. This game could be everything from a shootout to a 14-13 grinder. Turnovers will be critical. Limit them, and you'll likely win.

Cosby (4-2) at #3 L.C. Bird (6-1), 7:30pm

The Titans try, again, for that elusive win over the Skyhawks, but even more important for Cosby is trying to solidify their positioning in the 6A South Region playoffs. In Conferences 3/4, the Titans enter the game in sixth place in an eight-team race at 26.0 points, with C.D. Hylton (25.714) and James River (25.0) nipping at their heels. A loss in Chester makes the rivalry game next week at home against the Rapids monumental in 6A South. Meanwhile, the Skyhawks have first place in the rugged 5A South Central sub-region, and do not want to let it go. They know how crucial it is to be hosting on frigid Friday nights in November, and another loss would likely eliminate that possibility. So, expect plenty of Shedrick McCall with the ball, and a stingy Bird defense making life tough for Joe Hunt and the Titans. The Titans' offensive line must win the war to give Hunt holes, and Cosby a chance.

George Wythe (1-5) at #7 Monacan (6-1), 7:30pm

Monacan bounced back from their loss at L.C. Bird by dismantling James River, which was a surprising result given the recent success of the Rapids. The Chiefs reminded everyone that they will have much to say about the results of the upcoming 4A East Region playoffs, where they are currently seeded fourth behind three unbeatens: Louisa, Dinwiddie, and Eastern View. The Chiefs should have no problem at home Friday. Their biggest concerns are continuing to execute crisper and avoid injuries.

Petersburg (2-4) at #8 Thomas Dale (4-2), 7pm

The Knights have lost to two of the top three teams in our poll: Dinwiddie and L.C. Bird. Remember, the Knights were the last team from RVA playing in 6A South, making it to the state semifinals a year ago, and they have the talent to do that again, as a matchup between Thomas Dale and Manchester would be fascinating. But, first things first, the Knights need to start a new winning streak by holding serve at home against a Petersburg team that, while they are still in the 3A East playoffs if they were to start today, has lost four straight games, and need a win mentally more than anything else. A win over Thomas Dale would also give them the significant bonus points in the VHSL standings needed to be in the discussion for at least one home playoff game.

Matoaca (3-3) at Meadowbrook (3-3), 7pm

Neither team is ranked, but this game is huge when it comes to the playoff race in 5A South Central. Matoaca's win over Petersburg vaulted the Warriors over Mills Godwin and into the eighth and final postseason spot, while Meadowbrook's shutout loss at Hopewell last week sent the Monarchs tumbling from sixth to tenth place. This Central District battle is simple: win and you take a step closer to the playoffs, lose and the hill to climb to the playoffs becomes a mountain, especially if Varina and Mills Godwin also win this week. Meadowbrook must keep the football, something they couldn't do at Merner Field last Friday. Terrance Whitfield needs to see the ball for Matoaca, as he can change the complexion of a game on a single play.

Midlothian (2-5) at James River (3-3), 7:30pm

This is a HUGE game! The Swamp will be rocking with a game rife with playoff implications. Jack Dash and company need a win to keep ahead of Forest Park for the eighth and final postseason spot in 6A South, while, with a win over a 6A, three-win team, Midlothian could finally catch Courtland for the eighth and final playoff spot in 4A East, Conferences 19/20. Add in the rivalry factor, and this could be the game with the most raucous, most tense atmosphere of the night, especially if the game hangs in the balance in the final minutes.

Clover Hill (1-5) at Huguenot (1-6), 7:30pm

The Cavaliers look to build for the future, as their JV team has had a strong season so far. The playoffs may not be in the cards this fall, but getting as many wins down the stretch, and playing good football, are laudable goals for Clover Hill. Huguenot still has a heartbeat in 4A East, so this will not be an easy test for the Cavs.

Friday, October 7, 2016

WEEK 7 FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD:

#1 Manchester 54, Midlothian 26

#2 Dinwiddie 28, #7 Thomas Dale 19

#10 Monacan 42, James River 0

Cosby 26, Huguenot 14

Hopewell 16, Meadowbrook 0

Clover Hill 48, George Wythe 16

Matoaca 38, Petersburg 14

Thursday, October 6, 2016

WEEK 7 FOOTBALL PREVIEW

#1 Manchester (5-0) at Midlothian (2-4), 7:30pm: The Lancers look to keep the success of the first half of the season into their second half, while the Trojans harbor hopes of an upset and, with it, a chance to jump into the top eight in 4A East, Conferences 19 and 20. A Midlothian win, coupled with a Chancellor win over Courtland, would do just that. But it's a very tall order, as Frank Boyd and company look to continue to build on their lead atop the 6A South eight-team sub-region standings of Conferences 3 and 4.

#7 Thomas Dale (4-1) at #2 Dinwiddie (5-0), 7pm: A classic Central District battle looms large this season. Can anyone slow Dinwiddie's offense down enough to stay in a game with them? So far, the answer has been no. But the Knights will, arguably, give them their toughest test yet. Remember, the Knights won this match-up in both 2014 and 2015. Bryce Witt and company haven't defeated Thomas Dale, the Generals' last win in this rivalry coming in the 4A State Championship season of 2013. The play of Witt, along with the Generals' defense, will be key to this one.

(#3 L.C. Bird (5-1) is idle....)

James River (3-2) at #10 Monacan (5-1), 7:30pm: After losing their first game Monday at L.C. Bird, badly, one of two things can happen with the Chiefs. They can come out firing on all cylinders to leave the experience behind and move on, or they can have a short week hangover, which would give the Rapids a chance to pull off the win. Remember, James River gave #1 Manchester all they wanted the week after the Lancers knocked off the Skyhawks before falling by just seven points, and the Rapids are in the thick of their 6A South Region playoff race. Just about anything could happen in this game. The winner will reap a lot of benefits in their fight for the postseason. Syour Fludd of Monacan and Jack Dash of James River have combined for 26 touchdowns and just five interceptions this season. Secondaries are going to get a workout tonight.

Meadowbrook (3-2) at Hopewell (3-2), 7:30pm: Merner Field should be a fun place Friday with two teams with some similarities, and some definite differences. The biggest difference has been the trajectory of the Monarchs, looking for their fourth straight win, versus the uneven results Hopewell has experienced this season, unable to put a big streak together, with battles still to come with Thomas Dale and Matoaca. How healthy is Cameren Hill? He's passed for nearly 500 yards and five touchdowns, but also four interceptions.

OTHER GAMES:
George Wythe (1-4) at Clover Hill (0-5), 7:30pm
Huguenot (1-5) at Cosby (3-2), 7:30pm
Petersburg (2-3) at Matoaca (2-3), 7pm

NOTE: Follow @cfieldsports for score updates and finals throughout the evening.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

LISTEN LIVE: Thomas Dale at Matoaca Girls Volleyball

CLICK HERE to listen to the Knights and Warriors live only on the RVA Sports Network Tuesday Night Volleyball Game of The Week!


Monday, October 3, 2016

MONDAY SCOREBOARD

FOOTBALL:

#1 Manchester 56, George Wythe 6
#2 Dinwiddie 45, Matoaca 7
#4 L.C. Bird 42, #6 Monacan 7
#8 Thomas Dale 49, Prince George 7
Meadowbrook 41, Colonial Heights 13
Midlothian 35, Huguenot 12
Cosby 34, Clover Hill 14
James River 44, Chancellor 21

FIELD HOCKEY:

#2 Midlothian 5, James River 1
Matoaca 3, Thomas Dale 0

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:

Manchester 3, Meadowbrook 0
L.C. Bird 3, Matoaca 2

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:

#1 Powhatan 3, James River 1

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Week 6 Football Preview!

Let's take a look at all the action across the county, all now on Monday, as we hit the halfway point of the season for some teams, while others were scheduled to begin their second half even before the calendar switches to October. (NOTE: Rankings based on latest NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 High School Football Poll)

#6 Monacan (5-0) at #4 L.C. Bird (4-1), MONDAY, 6pm: Two weeks ago, another team ranked sixth at the time in our NBC12/RVA Sports Network poll, Manchester, came to Chester and handed the Skyhawks, then ranked #1, their first defeat. Now, another unbeaten #6 team, the Monacan Chiefs, come to Skyhawk Nation hoping to do the same thing. The Chiefs can score, in bunches, and if there is one thing Manchester proved two weeks ago, it was you can score on L.C. Bird, if you are talented and have the weapons. Monacan does. So, the bigger question on this night will be how well the Monacan defense can slow down Shedrick McCall, who piled up nearly 200 rushing yards, along with four touchdowns, in L.C. Bird's conquest of Clover Hill a week ago.

The playoff picture now enters this game, too, as the Chiefs are battling four other unbeaten teams within their Conference 19/20 sub-region in 4A East. Monacan is fourth in VHSL points (25.2), ahead of Dinwiddie (25.0), but behind Louisa (27.0), Eastern View (25.6) and Powhatan (25.5). The Chiefs haven't seen a team like L.C. Bird so far this season, while the Skyhawks have already battled, and beaten, Meadowbrook and Thomas Dale before falling to the Lancers. L.C. Bird is second in the Conference 11/12 sub-region in 5A South, 1.5 points behind unbeaten Douglas Freeman. A win for L.C. Bird likely puts them into the lead in that eight-team playoff race, even with a Douglas Freeman win over a two-win Thomas Jefferson team.

George Wythe (1-3) at #1 Manchester, MONDAY 7:30pm: Frank Boyd and company will come in hoping to simply secure a victory, have nobody get hurt, so Manchester can prepare for a three-game road trip which includes a visit to Chester Fritz Stadium and #3 Hermitage in two weeks. The Bulldogs, fighting for their own playoff position in 3A East, will be severely undermanned against the talent of the Lancers, who lead their 6A South Region eight-team pod between Conferences 3 and 4 by over two points. After this game, Manchester's next battle on their home turf isn't until October 28th when Monacan comes in.

Prince George (2-2) at #8 Thomas Dale (3-1), MONDAY 6pm: A Central District battle as the Knights try to solidify their playoff positioning in 6A South, Conference 3/4, currently fifth. Meanwhile, the Royals are in a dogfight that we've discussed all season on our "Central Region Now!" Podcasts in 5A South, as five teams are currently 2-2. Meadowbrook is ranked seventh in VHSL points, Varina and Matoaca are tied for the eighth and final playoff berth, with Mills Godwin a quarter-point behind them, and Prince George 1.5 points behind the Eagles. A win tonight vaults Prince George into the 5A South playoff picture. The Knights need to avoid the upset, and usually do very well at home. They also want another win to help them get ready for a trip to currently unbeaten Dinwiddie next Friday.

Chancellor (3-1) at James River (2-2), MONDAY 6pm: The Rapids showed the non-believers last week that they can hang with the best teams in the area, giving Manchester a scare before falling 41-34. Most coaches will tell you there are no "moral victories", but last week's affair, we believe, falls into that category. Now James River has plenty of confidence as Chancellor, fighting for playoff position in a suddenly very tough 4A East Region, comes to Chesterfield. The Rapids, currently in the eighth and final position in their sub-region in 6A South, will also look to avenge last year's 42-7 loss in Fredericksburg. It doesn't get any easier, as the Rapids go to Monacan next week before they return to The Swamp for their annual battle with Midlothian.

Meadowbrook (2-2) at Colonial Heights (0-4), MONDAY 6pm: The Monarchs, after starting 0-2 by falling to L.C. Bird and Hermitage, caught fire in their 8-7 win over Highland Springs, and now look for a third straight win, and possibly a second straight shutout, as the Colonials will go without their starting quarterback. Meadowbrook is in the dogfight that is 5A South and will be rooting for teams like Henrico and Dinwiddie to knock off the likes of Varina and Matoaca to give Meadowbrook some separation in the VHSL point standings as the second half of the season begins. Still to come for the Monarchs are battles with Hopewell, Thomas Dale, and Dinwiddie.

#2 Dinwiddie (4-0) at Matoaca (2-2), MONDAY 7pm: Matoaca may have the biggest challenge in the "Group Of Five" in 5A South this week, having to handle a Dinwiddie offense that is averaging 59 points per game. More importantly, in our view, is the work of Dinwiddie's defense, as Omar Tyson and company held Hopewell at bay until they score some late touchdowns that didn't matter in that 63-21 triumph last Friday. The Warriors must slow down the Generals' express AND try to score enough points to stay within striking distance in the fourth quarter. Playing at home will help.

Midlothian (1-4) at Huguenot (1-4), MONDAY 6pm: The winner here draws a step closer to staying in the 4A East Region playoff race, but will still be far behind teams like Chancellor and King George, currently in the sixth and seventh position in the Conference 19/20 eight-team pod. The victor also is rooting for Liberty-Bealeton to knock off Courtland, who is struggling this season, and is eight in playoff points, but less than a point ahead of both the Trojans and Falcons. Surprisingly behind both of these teams is Hanover, struggling at 1-3, their only win over a winless J.R. Tucker team. The road to a postseason bid for tonight's loser becomes extremely difficult.

Clover Hill (0-4) at Cosby (2-2), MONDAY 7pm: The Titans begin play in seventh place in 6A South in their sub-region of Conference 3 and 4, only a half-point ahead of James River, with Riverbend right on their heels. There can't be any slip-up here as Cosby needs to hold serve at home, After hosting Huguenot for Homecoming next week, it's a trip to L.C. Bird, followed by the Rapids coming to the Titans on October 21st in what could be a battle to ensure a trip to the postseason to the winner.

Friday, September 23, 2016

WEEK 5 FOOTBALL FINALS

#1 Manchester 41, James River 34

#4 L.C. Bird 64, Clover Hill 7

#8 Monacan 56, Huguenot 8

#10 Thomas Dale 56, Colonial Heights 7

Meadowbrook 23, Petersburg 0

Matoaca 22, Prince George 20

Midlothian 36, George Wythe 6

Thursday, September 22, 2016

WEEK 5 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE:

(All rankings based on latest NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 High School Football Poll....)

James River (2-1) at #1 Manchester (3-0), 7:30pm: After a win of historic proportions at L.C. Bird last week knocking the Skyhawks off the top of the poll, does the new #1 team experience a letdown this week? With a chance now to build a very special season, it's hard to believe head coach Tom Hall will let that happen. Plus, this is another chance for the Lancers to earn more VHSL points in a quest now to earn home field advantage far into the 6A South Region playoffs. The Rapids, however, led #9 Douglas Freeman two weeks ago in the fourth quarter before falling to the Rebels. Military Appreciation Night at Manchester should be fun.

#4 L.C. Bird (3-1) at Clover Hill (0-3), 7:30pm: There is still an absolute ton to play for if you are L.C. Bird, including the #1 seed in 5A South Central come November 4th. So, you better believe the Skyhawks will be refocused and ready when they hit the buses this afternoon. They will want to use tonight's game to sharpen everything possible, as #8 Monacan comes to Chester next Friday. For the Cavaliers, this will be undoubtedly a tough test. A trip to Cosby next week, followed by games with George Wythe and Huguenot in early October will give Clover Hill chances for wins.

#8 Monacan (4-0) at Huguenot (1-3), 7:30pm: The Chiefs look to finish the first half of their schedule (on September 23!) with another victory. The offense is getting better every week, and tonight is a final chance to get the game plan ready for their aforementioned trip to Chester to face L.C. Bird next Friday. First things first, deal with a Falcons team that did score 28 points on #1 Manchester two weeks ago.

Colonial Heights (0-3) at #10 Thomas Dale (2-1), 7pm: The Knights get back to action after their bye week looking to slow down Terry Lufsey and the Colonials' offense, which has steadily improved point production each week. Colonial Heights' problem is their defense has been torched, giving up nearly 51 points a game. That's music to the Knights' ears, who will look to win back-to-back home games, tonight, then next Friday against Prince George, before having to head to #2 Dinwiddie on October 7th.

Matoaca (1-2) at Prince George (2-1), 7:30pm: It's amazing how many "big" games with playoff implications we've already seen across the Central Region this season. Count this one among them. Right now, in 5A South Central, you have unbeatens in Lee-Davis, Henrico and Douglas Freeman. After them, the one-loss powers of L.C. Bird, Highland Springs and Hermitage. Then there is a large group of teams that will, possibly, be fighting for the final two of the eight postseason bids up for grabs between Conferences 11 and 12. These two teams are among them, joining Meadowbrook, Mills Godwin, and Varina. Tonight's winner gets a large advantage in that fight, especially if Prince George can get to 3-1 to end this long homestand. The pressure is more on the Warriors at this point.

Petersburg (2-1) at Meadowbrook (1-2), 7pm: We just mentioned the Monarchs, who will now spend the rest of the season rooting especially for Highland Springs, as a win over, say, a 9-1 Springers squad gives the Monarchs important extra points in the complicated VHSL formula which determines the playoff seeding. First, MBK must make sure they can build on the momentum of two weeks ago by handing the Crimson Wave their second straight loss. Petersburg's bid for 3-0 fell just short, 17-12 at James Monroe last week.

George Wythe (1-2) at Midlothian (0-4), 7pm: The Trojans will look to grab their first victory of the season, but the Bulldogs plan to be no pushover, having won their first game over a VHSL opponent to start the season, 8-6 over Armstrong. This is likely to be the best shot for Midlothian to get a home victory this season.

NOTE: Cosby (2-2) is idle this week.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Field Hockey Postponements

The following matches have been postponed due to the wet weather on Wednesday:

#2 Midlothian at #4 Clover Hill, ppd to Friday, October 14th, 4pm

#6 Cosby at James River, ppd to Thursday September 22nd, 7pm

Friday, September 16, 2016

WEEK 4 FOOTBALL FINALS:

#6 Manchester 21, #1 L.C. Bird 14 (Lancers win second over Skyhawks in last three seasons, improve to 3-0, Bird is 3-1)

#10 Monacan 61, Clover Hill 27 (Chiefs roll with a big first quarter to move to 4-0; tied for best record in the Central Region.....)

Cosby 34, Midlothian 20 (Titans repel late Trojan comeback to even their record at 2-2)

James River 63, Huguenot 30 (Two straight home wins for the Rapids, who next must face Manchester)

Monday, September 12, 2016

Ticket Information For Manchester at L.C. Bird Football

The showdown is set for Friday at 7:30 as Manchester comes to L.C. Bird. Here is how the Skyhawks are handling ticket sales this week. It's also Military Appreciation Night and the 2016 Hall of Fame Induction night for L.C. Bird, a big night in Chester.

PRE-SALE OF TICKETS:

Thursday (9/15): 10:30a to 12:30p at all lunches

Thursday (9/15): During Back To School night in large commons

Friday (9/16): 10:30am to 12:30pm at all lunches

A reminder that tickets are eight dollars, which is now standard pricing for all Dominion District home games this season.


Friday, September 9, 2016

WEEK 3 FOOTBALL FINALS

Meadowbrook 8, #1 Highland Springs 7

#2 L.C. Bird 62, Midlothian 0

#6 Manchester 62, Huguenot 28

#8 Thomas Dale 22, Varina 13

#11 Monacan 29, #12 Cosby 7

James River 47, George Wythe 6

Matoaca 50, Clover Hill 14

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Skyhawks Steady, Lancers, Chiefs Move Up in Big 12 Poll....

The latest NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 High School Football Poll was released Monday night, seeing Manchester slide up a spot nearer to the top five, while Monacan added a notch and Cosby returned to the survey.

1) Highland Springs (2-0, was #1, at Meadowbrook, 7pm)
2) L.C. Bird (2-0, was #2, at Midlothian, 7:30pm)
3) Dinwiddie (2-0, was #3, vs. Caroline, 7pm)
4) Hermitage (1-1, was #4, IDLE)
5) Henrico (1-0, was #6, vs. Deep Run, 7pm)
6) Manchester (1-0, was #7, vs. Huguenot, 7:30pm)
7) Hopewell (1-0, was #9, at Powhatan, 7pm)
8) Thomas Dale (1-1, was #4, vs. Varina, 7pm)
9) Lee-Davis (1-0, was #11, at Prince George, 7:30pm)
10) Douglas Freeman (2-0, was #10, IDLE)
11) Monacan (2-0, was #12, vs. #12 Cosby, 7:30pm)
12) Cosby (1-1, returns to poll, at #11 Monacan, 7:30pm)

Also Receiving Votes: Benedictine
Dropping Out: Hanover (0-1, was #8)

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Week 2 County Football Scoreboard

THURSDAY NIGHT:

#10 Douglas Freeman 31, James River 14
#12 Monacan 47, Glen Allen 16
Prince George 28, Clover Hill 24
Powhatan 33, Midlothian 13

FRIDAY NIGHT:

#2 L.C. Bird 33, #4 Thomas Dale 0
Cosby 21, Matoaca 14
#5 Hermitage 41, Meadowbrook 13

#7 Manchester was idle this week.

Sunday, August 28, 2016

Tickets For Battle Of Chester: L.C. Bird Selling Schedule

Tickets will be sold in advance for the Battle of Chester as #2 L.C. Bird goes to #5 Thomas Dale Friday night.

NOTE: The following schedule is for L.C. Bird High School. Tickets are $8 in advance, but will be $10 at the gate on Friday night, so get to the school this week at the following times and locations to purchase yours in advance:

Monday 8/29: 9am to 11am, Main Office
Tuesday 8/30: 5pm to 8pm, Main Gym
Wednesday 8/31: 9am to 11am, Main Office
Thursday 9/1: 5pm to 8pm, Main Gym
Friday 9/2: 9am to 11am, Large Commons (during freshman orientation)


Friday, August 26, 2016

LISTEN LIVE: Matoaca at #7 Manchester

CLICK HERE to listen to the Warriors and Lancers on the season premiere of The RVA Sports Network High School Football Game of The Week! We go on the air at 7:45pm, kickoff at 8:00. The game has been pushed back 30 minutes due to the heat advisory in the Metro Richmond area.

Are you going to another game? Be sure to share your scores, pictures and videos on Twitter at @cfieldsports and we will share with Richmond's largest high school sports following on Twitter!

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Four County Teams Enter Preseason Big 12 High School Football Poll

The preseason NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 High School Football Poll was released by both organizations Tuesday evening, with some familiar faces in the rankings from Chesterfield County.

L.C. Bird, who began last season at #1, begins 2016 at #2 as they prepare to travel to Meadowbrook for their opener Friday evening. The Skyhawks look to play for their fourth state championship in five years.

At #5 are the Knights of Thomas Dale, who have a very interesting mix or returning talent and newcomers who hope to absorb graduation losses and make another run in 6A South, where they advanced to the state semifinals last season. Their schedule is tough, hosting L.C. Bird next Friday, September 2nd, but starting the campaign this Friday at.....

....#10 Cosby, who hopes to return to the 6A South playoffs as well, led by the rushing attack of Joe Hunt. The Titans are always competitive and look to be a tough test for Thomas Dale opening night, and, vice versa.

Also ranked, at #7, are the Manchester Lancers. Coach Tom Hall's squad looks to avoid the injury bug as they return a core of very talented players on both sides of the ball. Manchester hosts Matoaca to start the season Friday on our RVA Sports Network Game of The Week.

CLICK HERE to listen to Matoaca at Manchester beginning Friday at 7:15pm

CLICK HERE to see the NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 Poll in its entirety.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

RVA Sports Network "Game of The Week" Broadcast Schedule Release Is Here!

RVA Sports Network, the exclusive home for live high school sports broadcasts from August to June, is back with our biggest year ever!  Up to 75 live events will be broadcast online this season, beginning next week.

Listen now to the first "Central Region NOW!" Podcast of 2016-17, where we release our "Game of The Week" football broadcast regular season schedule, plus hear which volleyball games are on our docket so far for this year!

From football, basketball, volleyball and field hockey to swimming, baseball, softball, lacrosse and soccer, the only place where you can hear live high school sports all year long is RVA Sports Network! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel HERE and never miss a game all season.

The Podcast? Stream it at the top of this page!


Tuesday, July 19, 2016

2016 High School Football Schedules Released

The Virginia High School League released its master regular season football schedule Tuesday. Here are the schedules for the ten Chesterfield County public schools.

THOMAS DALE:
Friday August 26: at Cosby, 7:30pm
Friday September 2: L.C. Bird, 7pm
Friday September 9: Varina, 7pm
Friday September 16: IDLE
Friday September 23: Colonial Heights, 7pm
Friday September 30: at Prince George, 7:30pm
Friday October 7: at Dinwiddie, 7pm
Friday October 14: Petersburg, 7:30pm
Friday October 21: at Meadowbrook, 7pm
Friday October 28: at Hopewell, 7:30pm
Friday November 4: Matoaca, 7pm

CLOVER HILL:
Thursday September 1: at Prince George, 7:30pm
Friday September 9: Matoaca, 7:30pm
Friday September 16: Monacan, 7:30pm
Friday September 23: L.C. Bird, 7:30pm
Friday September 30: at Cosby, 7:30pm
Friday October 7: George Wythe, 7:30pm
Friday October 14: at Huguenot, 7:30pm
Friday October 21: Manchester, 7:30pm
Friday October 28: at James River, 7:30pm
Friday November 4: at Midlothian, 7:30pm

COSBY:
Friday August 26: Thomas Dale, 7:30pm
Friday September 2: at Matoaca, 7pm
Friday September 9: at Monacan, 7:30pm
Friday September 16: Midlothian, 7:30pm
Friday September 23: IDLE
Friday September 30: Clover Hill, 7:30pm
Friday October 7: Huguenot, 7:30pm
Friday October 14: at L.C. Bird, 7:30pm
Friday October 21: James River, 7:30pm
Friday October 28: George Wythe, 7:30pm
Friday November 4: at Manchester, 7:30pm

JAMES RIVER:
Thursday September 1: James River at Douglas Freeman, 7pm
Friday September 9: George Wythe, 7:30pm
Friday September 16: Huguenot, 7:30pm
Friday September 23: at Manchester, 7:30pm
Friday September 30: Chancellor, 7:30pm
Friday October 7: at Monacan, 7:30pm
Friday October 14: Midlothian, 7:30pm
Friday October 21: at Cosby, 7:30pm
Friday October 28: Clover Hill, 7:30pm
Friday November 4: L.C. Bird, 7:30pm

MANCHESTER:
Friday August 26: Matoaca, 7:30pm
Friday September 2: IDLE
Friday September 9: Huguenot, 7:30pm
Friday September 16: at L.C. Bird, 7:30pm
Friday September 23: James River, 7:30pm
Friday September 30: George Wythe, 7:30pm
Friday October 7: at Midlothian, 7:30pm
Friday October 14: at Hermitage, 7pm
Friday October 21: at Clover Hill, 7:30pm
Friday October 28: Monacan, 7:30pm
Friday November 4: Cosby, 7:30pm

MATOACA:
Friday August 26: at Manchester, 7:30pm
Friday September 2: Cosby, 7pm
Friday September 9: at Clover Hill, 7:30pm
Friday September 16: IDLE
Friday September 23: at Prince George, 7:30pm
Friday September 30: Dinwiddie, 7pm
Friday October 7: at Petersburg, 7pm
Friday October 14: at Meadowbrook, 7pm
Friday October 21: Hopewell, 7pm
Friday October 28: at Colonial Heights, 7pm
Friday November 4: at Thomas Dale, 7pm

MEADOWBROOK:
Friday August 26: L.C. Bird, 6pm
Friday September 2: at Hermitage, 7pm
Friday September 9: Highland Springs, 7pm
Friday September 16: IDLE
Friday September 23: Petersburg, 7pm
Friday September 30: at Colonial Heights, 7pm
Friday October 7: at Hopewell, 7:30pm
Friday October 14: Matoaca, 7pm
Friday October 21: Thomas Dale, 7pm
Friday October 28: at Prince George, 7:30pm
Friday November 4: Dinwiddie, 7pm

L.C. BIRD:
Friday August 26: at Meadowbrook, 6pm
Friday September 2: at Thomas Dale, 7pm
Thursday September 8: at Midlothian, 7:30pm
Friday September 16: Manchester, 7:30pm
Friday September 23: at Clover Hill, 7:30pm
Friday September 30: Monacan, 7:30pm
Friday October 7: IDLE
Friday October 14: Cosby, 7:30pm
Friday October 21: George Wythe, 7:30pm
Friday October 28: at Huguenot, 7:30pm
Friday November 4: at James River, 7:30pm

MIDLOTHIAN:
Friday August 26: Douglas Freeman, 7pm
Thursday September 1: Powhatan, 7pm
Thursday September 8: L.C. Bird, 7:30pm
Friday September 16: at Cosby, 7:30pm
Friday September 23: George Wythe, 7:30pm
Friday September 30: at Huguenot, 7:30pm
Friday October 7: Manchester, 7:30pm
Friday October 14: at James River, 7:30pm
Friday October 21: at Monacan, 7:30pm
Friday October 28: IDLE
Friday November 4: Clover Hill, 7:30pm

MONACAN:
Friday August 26: at Caroline, 7pm
Thursday September 1: Glen Allen, 7:30pm
Friday September 9: Cosby, 7:30pm
Friday September 16: at Clover Hill, 7:30pm
Friday September 23: at Huguenot, 7:30pm
Friday September 30: at L.C. Bird, 7:30pm
Friday October 7: James River, 7:30pm
Friday October 14: George Wythe, 7:30pm
Friday October 21: Midlothian, 7:30pm
Friday October 28: at Manchester, 7:30pm
Friday November 4: IDLE







Friday, June 24, 2016

HONORS: Group 6A All-State Lacrosse Teams Announced

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for earning Group 6A All-State honors from the Virginia High School League (VHSL). County honorees are in bold.

BOYS LACROSSE:

FIRST TEAM:

Attack:
Johnny Daniel, Robinson
Christopher McLallen, James Madison
Noah Guttendorf, W.T. Woodson
Colin Zimmerman, Chantilly
Jonathon Fant, Colonial Forge

Midfield:
Austin Henry, Robinson
Colin Meehan, Chantilly
A.J. Krstulovic, W.T. Woodson
Bobby Solomon, W.T. Woodson
Matt Duignam, James River

Defense:
Matt Hughes, South Lakes
Parker Baddley, Battlefield
Conor Shears, Yorktown
Ricky Williams, Colonial Forge
Josh Davies, James River

Goalkeeper: Caleb Brodie, Colonial Forge

SECOND TEAM:

Attack:
Joseph Falletta, Forest Park
Michael Santos, CD Hylton
Aidan Riley, James River
Jake Helsley, James River
Kyle Guenther, Patriot

Midfield:
Kevin Petrillo, Westfield
Nate Urso, James River
Andrew Hamilton, Colonial Forge
Jaret Magill, Forest Park
Josh Bass, Colonial Forge

Defense:
Brady Clark, James River
Walker Scaglione, Cosby
Jake Weaver, James River
Joe Otero, Robinson
Andrew Whelan, South County
Mason Pollack, Yorktown

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GIRLS LACROSSE:

SECOND TEAM:

Attack:
Dominique Bellatuono, Cosby

Midfield:
Clara Conrad, Cosby

Defense:
Abbi McCormick, Cosby

Thursday, June 23, 2016

HONORS: Group 5A All-State Boys Soccer Team

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being honored by the Virginia High School League (VHSL). County selections are in bold.

BOYS SOCCER:

FIRST TEAM:

Forward:
Brendan Moyers, Albemarle
Shamarr Perry, Maury
Tyriq Wellman, Massaponax
Delio Cardenas, Edison
Miciah Brown, Hickory

Midfield:
Holden Fisher, Mills Godwin
Ben Ahrens, Mills Godwin
Jesse Riggs, Hickory
Nolan Poretz, Broad Run
Michael Scully, Stone Bridge

Defense:
Will Martin, Mills Godwin
Griffin Coffey, Albemarle
Clay Smith, Hickory
Mohamed Zulikfely, Falls Church
Riley Buckenmaier, Douglas Freeman

Goalkeeper: Colin Shutler, Briar Woods

SECOND TEAM:

Forward:
Vladimir Chobotov, Mills Godwin
Connor Peed, Deep Run
Idrissa Barry, Potomac
Irakoze Donasiyano, PH-Roanoke
Juan Carlos Escobar, Meadowbrook

Midfield:
Riley Croce, Mountain View
Andy Mensah, Lee
Brian Tarnai, Glen Allen
Joe Byrnes, Hickory
Gavin Verfurth, Briar Woods

Defense:
Trent Bailey, Massaponax
Joey Hildebrand, Massaponax
Zach Radolinski, Atlee
Justin Dyke, Matoaca
Maynor Reyes, L.C. Bird

Goalkeeper: Duncan Wrenn, Princess Anne

HONORS: Group 4A All-State Soccer Teams

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being named to the Virginia High School League (VHSL) Group 4A All-State teams for soccer (county honorees are in bold):

BOYS SOCCER:

FIRST TEAM:

Forward:
Jason Eckenrode, Lafayette
Obdulio Funez, Park View
Nick Larson, E.C. Glass
C.J. Rhan, Chancellor
Reeves Trott, Lafayette

Midfield:
Matt Beatty, Lafayette
Jed Dalton, Kettle Run
Diego Henriquez, Park View
Connor Rea, Midlothian
Gabriel Soriano, Chancellor

Defense:
George Banko, Chancellor
Robert Bunting, Chancellor
Ben Carper, Jamestown
Sam Lefew, E.C. Glass
David Rivera, Park View

Goalkeeper: Eric Aviles, Park View

SECOND TEAM:

Forward:
Rember Garcia, Park View
Jeremy Hokenson, Courtland
Kosta Nika, Heritage
Chas Parker, King George
Giovanni Vasquez, Heritage

Midfield:
Parker Caterbone, Smithfield
Justin Creasy, E.C. Glass
Keith Demps, Courtland
Melvin Guardado, Park View
Ryan Pyszka, Heritage

Defense:
Paul Duffy, Salem
Davis Pillow, Smithfield
Michael South, Midlothian
Andres Vilalon, Heritage
Jimmy Watts, E.C. Glass

Goalkeeper: Nick Peterson, Chancellor

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GIRLS SOCCER:

FIRST TEAM:

Forward:
Miyah Wallace, Courtland
Megan Linde, Monacan
Allison Brown, Loudoun County
Kat Counts, Heritage
Sofie Fox, Jamestown

Midfield:
Tina Lett, Courtland
Anja Wilson, Monacan
Alex Struder, Monacan
Blair Thompson, John Champe
Hannah Coulling, Salem

Defense:
Amia Canada, Courtland
Susanna Friedrichs, Monacan
Page Frantz, Jamestown
Liz Lazzaro, Loudoun County
Skyler Hayes, Salem

Goalkeeper: Hannah McShea, Loudoun County

SECOND TEAM:

Forward:
Julie Cumins, John Champe
Logan Montel, King's Fork
Lydia Burke, Chancellor
Erica Blakenship, Jefferson Forest
Emily Denton, James Wood

Midfield:
Rebecca Washburn, King's Fork
Kennedy Mills, Jamestown
Bryanna McDermott, Heritage
Megan Fisher, Freedom
Nicole Foley, John Champe

Defense:
Jessica Stuart, Great Bridge
Skylar Wall, King's Fork
Maddie Alexander, Heritage
Jenny Lidwin, John Champe
Sarah Newell, John Champe

Goalkeeper: Haley Eiser, Monacan

Thursday, June 9, 2016

HONORS: 4A East Region Teams Announced

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being named to the All-4A East Region Team in spring sports. We will post them as we receive them.

BOYS SOCCER:

FIRST TEAM:

Forward:
Reeves Trott, Lafayette
Jason Eckenrode, Lafayette
Jeremy Hokenson, Courtland
Chas Parker, King George
C.J. Rhan, Chancellor

Midfield:
Parker Caterbone, Smithfield
Gabriel Soriano, Chancellor
Connor Rea, Midlothian
Matt Beatty, Lafayette
Keith Demps, Courtland

Defense:
Michael South, Midlothian
Robert Bunting, Chancellor
George Banko, Chancellor
Ben Carper, Jamestown
Davis Pillow, Smithfield

Goalkeeper: Nick Peterson, Chancellor

SECOND TEAM:

Forward:
Gunnar Copeland, Smithfield
Taylor Vest, Midlothian
Taron Dickson, Monacan
Drequel Wilson, King's Fork
Samuel Fields, Chancellor

Midfield:
Chris Escobar, Chancellor
Jay Gonzalez, Midlothian
Nathan Sells, Great Bridge
Trey Thompson, Courtland
Justin Wilson, Lafayette

Defense:
David Dustin, Hanover
Aaron Eiser, Monacan
Noah Dubiel, Midlothian
Steven Wigley, Lafayette
Dakota Woodward, Courtland
Tobi Yanez, Lafayette

Goalkeeper: Ian Connor, Midlothian

HONORABLE MENTION:

Forward:
Chase Green, Grafton
Will Hayden, Powhatan
Alex LePeter, Hanover

Midfield:
Johnny Watters, Monacan
Dalton Barr, Powhatan
Daniel Row, Hanover
Alex Lupton, King George
Patrick Garber, Grafton

Defense:
Charles Camp, Smithfield

Goalkeeper: David Domalski, Lafayette

4A East Region Boys Soccer Player of The Year: Gabriel Soriano, Chancellor
4A East Region Boys Soccer Coach of The Year: Mike Webb, Chancellor