Matoaca Girls No. 1 Rina Croston, Sophomore No. 2 Brittany Beverly, Freshman No. 3 Jackie Cheely, Senior No. 4 Zoey Coleman, Sophomore First year head coach Jen Wells is excited about the talent she has on a young Matoaca team as the top four seeds feature one athlete, do-it-all... Read more
Thomas Dale’s first season of lacrosse was a success. Both the boys and girls teams were formed from the bottom up and both had success as teams, coupled with many individual successes. This year, it’s for real, these games count. 2015 marks the first season that the Knights will... Read more
Matoaca 2014 Record: 14-4 Lost in 5A South Region quarters to Atlee Key Players: Allie Fitzke, senior, third base; Brooke Flowers, junior, catcher; Katie Higgins, freshman; pitcher Key Losses: Jessica McCabe (JMU), Maya Bailey (Virginia State), Taylor Clark Armed with Fitzke and several other seniors to lead the way,... Read more
Matoaca 2014 Record: 17-2 Lost in First Round of 5A South Regionals to Mills Godwin Key Players: Sam Smith, senior, shortstop; Austin Sizemore, senior, second base; Kyle Creasy, senior; pitcher Key Departures: Rick Spiers (Randolph-Macon), Grant Boyd (King College), Jamison and Grayson Trower (Maryland-Eastern Shore), Jake Bailey (Bridgewater), Craig... 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
Thomas Dale Girls Soccer 2014 Record: 11-5-1 Lost to Woodbridge in 6A South Regionals Key Players: Katie Waring, senior, midfield; Dominique Grubbs, sophomore, striker; Caroline Johnson, sophomore, defense Key Departures: Becky Kriz, Bridget Schindel (Salem College) Though a young team, the Knights were exciting. Katie Waring is the team’s... 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
L.C. Bird standout volleyball player Jessica Bradbury announced her commitment to Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia to continue her volleyball career. Hollins is not a traditional volleyball power, however, Bradbury said that she loved first year head coach Kat Lawson’s approach to building the program. “I want to help... 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
The Matoaca Warriors wrestling program reached a lofty goal set after last season ended. Saturday at Robinson High School, Matoaca repeated as 5A State Champions. The gradual improvement of a program has begun to bloom into a dynasty. “The first one was a history making one, we didn’t have... Read more