BOYS Coming off of a great 23-3 season, the Skyhawk boys will be looking for vengeance. They went out in the 5A regional semifinals in a double-overtime heart-breaker against Henrico in what many felt was the essentially the state championship game. The Warriors cruised through the playoffs to the... Read more
BOYS Meadowbrook finished 17-7 last year, and this year’s version of the team is going to have to work hard to reach last year’s level of success. They graduated all five starters (Antonio Davis, Khylil James, Tyshawn Jeter, Elijah Baker and Wesley Hardaway), but they should get a boost... Read more
BOYS The Knights are coming off of a 1-21 season last year that they will definitely be looking to improve upon, given that they return every player from their roster last year. Projected Starting Five G – Elijah Gregory G – Jalen Blackwell F – T.J. Jordan F –... Read more
Elizabeth Davis Middle Host “Pink Out” Game
The Elizabeth Davis Lady Ravens basketball team will be hosting their second annual “Breast Cancer Awareness” game on Thursday, October 22 at 3:15 p.m. The Ravens will host crosstown rival Carver. The game is in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness. Coach Braxton Byerson encourages the community to come out... Read more
Justin Harper, a product of Meadowbrook High and the University of Richmond is currently playing with the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets pre-season. Brooklyn signed Harper on September 18, following a rock-solid season with Felice Scandone in Italy’s Series A league. On October 8, Harper scored 11 points and grabbed three... Read more
From Chester To Czech
When Ka’lia Johnson ran the floor for coach Kevin Coffey at Thomas Dale as a freshman, everyone could see that she was a special player. When she signed her NCAA National Letter of Intent to play at Duke University, the community was bursting with pride. Now, the 5-foot-11 backcourt... Read more
L.C. Bird High School would like to announce the L.C. Bird Basketball Skills Camp 2015. The camp, which will take place from June 15 to 19, is for girls ages six to 16. The camp will be headed by L.C. Bird’s Coach Chevette Waller, who has over 15 years... Read more
After a long journey, Kenny Williams III made his college choice for the second time, choosing the University of North Carolina. Williams will play his college basketball there under famed head coach Roy Williams in the basketball crazed town of Chapel Hill, N.C. The announcement came Saturday via his... Read more
2015’s edition of “Shaka Watch” is over and former VCU Head Coach Shaka Smart took the head coaching post at the University of Texas – Austin. One local impact that the story could potentially have is on L.C. Bird standout Kenny Williams III, who signed with VCU this winter.... Read more
Senior Alexis McCargo, a standout defender and most talented L.C. Bird girls’ soccer athlete, made her college decision last week. The Skyhawk will take her talents west to Rocky Mount and play for Ferrum College. “When I visited Ferrum, I felt like I was a part of their family,”... Read more