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
A proud program, L.C. Bird girls’ basketball was victorious over Thomas Edison to play in their first state title game. While the first half was a roaring success for the Skyhawks, they would fall just short of the ultimate goal, losing to Princess Anne 71-65 in the 5A State... Read more
It almost seemed like destiny. As things stood Thursday morning, both the Monacan Chiefs and Midlothian Trojans were one game away from playing for the state championship. The catch? If they won, they’d play each other- for the fifth time. With Midlothian’s dramatic win earlier in the day, Monacan... Read more
With last week’s Conference Championships both the L.C. Bird boys’ and girls’ basketball teams were assured spots in the 5A South Region tournament. Both figured to have excellent opportunities to win the two games needed to advance to state. While the boys fell in a double overtime thriller to... Read more
Playing for the best team in the Chesterfield area allows a lot of players to generate buzz. For L.C. Bird, there are so many players that can be the leading scorer every night. There’s the obvious in seniors Kenny Williams and C.J. Miles, who have led the team in... Read more