Thomas Dale two-way football standout Max Evans recently announced he will attend Chowan University this fall. Evans’s senior year at Thomas Dale was his first on the gridiron. The 6-5, 260 pound all-around athlete originally chose to pursue a career in basketball. According to Max, it did not take... Read more
Kier Townsend commits to Rhode Island University Underrated. Overlooked. Those are ugly words in the athletic community. College recruiters are the tireless type though, sifting through the sand for a diamond. Kier Townsend believes he that could be that player. “In my opinion I was overlooked and it just... Read more
After a tough start to the season turned into a playoff berth for the Meadowbrook Monarchs, lineman Chris Artis has something to be even more proud of. The 6-2, 305-pound tackle has committed to play football at Chowan University. “I chose Chowan so my parents would be able to... Read more
When James Madison football coach Everett Withers announced he was taking the head coach position at Texas State, it sent shock waves throughout the Virginia social media community. L.C. Bird defensive back Kumonde Hines made an announcement shortly thereafter. The once JMU commit would be following Withers on a... Read more
The Central Virginia Hurricanes AAU football team reached the pinnacle of success on December 13 when they brought home a National Championship by defeating the Columbia Elite Junior Bearcats 42-24. It is the culmination of a lot of hard work for an AUU program that is young, just four... Read more
Former L.C. Bird safety and quarterback, Ant Harris, got some long-awaited and well-deserved news last week. The former UVA standout was added to the Minnesota Vikings active roster. The move was announced when the Vikings placed Antone Exum on injured reserve, per the Minneapolis Star Tribune. After some mock... Read more
It was the North versus the South in the Chesterfield Quarterback League Super Bowl 2015 play at the Ted Salmon Stadium 360 Athletic Complex off Hull Street Road. The three brackets, Minors, Juniors and Seniors, played their hearts out, and mostly, the South ruled with the Juniors and Seniors... Read more
In a year that many observers wrote off Thomas Dale after they lost their last three games of the regular season, the Knights made a surprising run in the playoffs. Their perseverance culminated in the state semi-final game when they met an athletic and bigger Oscar Smith team last... Read more
With their 13-7 victory last Friday night over Cosby at Ed Karpus field, Thomas Dale secured a date with destiny this Saturday. The Knights, who won the 2009 state championship, will get a rematch with Oscar Smith, the team they defeated 20-17 in the state semi-finals when late coach... Read more
L.C. Bird lost in the playoffs. That six-word sentence sent shockwaves through the Central Region last Friday. The Skyhawks finally fell from postseason grace after an epic nearly four season run that included three consecutive state championships and a 33-game winning streak. Hermitage defeated the Skyhawks 21-12 last Friday... Read more