Knockin on Heaven’s Door
When it comes to field hockey, Clover Hill has been knocking on the door for sometime now. One of the most competitive teams in the Central Region, coach Rhonda Clopton believes her Cavaliers will get over the hump this year, meaning they plan on making some noise in the... Read more
Atomic Bonds
Chemistry comes in different packages. As scientists mix chemicals together to create a reaction, athletes pour their blood, sweat and tears into a team to create a winning formula that leads them to a state championship. Two area defenses hope to be up to the task this year at... Read more
L.C. Bird 36, Monacan 6 In a game that totaled 11 turnovers on a rain soaked field at Monacan last Thursday, it was the Skyhawks who emerged victorious in a battle of 5-0 teams, winning 36-6. L.C. Bird (6-0) took advantage of many of the opportunities that were given.... Read more
Village News Top 5: Football
1. L.C. Bird (6-0) In the misty, wet rain filled Thursday game with Monacan, it was L.C. Bird that prevailed. In a game marred with 11 turnovers, the Skyhawks turned their six turnovers into 36 points, while the Chiefs struggled to capitalize, only converting one of L.C. Bird’s turnovers... Read more

SPORTS BRIEFS

SportsUncategorized September 30, 2015

Frink commits to Lynchburg Thomas Dale girls volleyball standout Sydney Frink, a senior, has committed to play at Lynchburg College. Frink has led the program for the past three seasons not only statistically, but in a leadership role as well. The Lady Knights have won four contests this year... Read more
Football Recaps: Week 4
L.C. Bird 36, Clover Hill 0 L.C. Bird improved to 5-0 with a 36-0 shutout of Clover Hill. The defensive shutout was the fourth of the season for the Skyhawks. J.B Wright enjoyed another mammoth game, rushing for 234 yards and two scores on 18 carries. Shedrick McCall and... Read more
1. L.C. Bird (5-0) As expected, the Skyhawks took care of Clover Hill, pitching their fourth shutout on defense. The Cavaliers were able to make some plays defensively, but were grossly overmatched. Running back J.B. Wright continued his outstanding season, rushing for a season high 234 yards while scoring... Read more
Parents of swimmers want to take Chesterfield high school athletics one step further. They want to set up swim teams or clubs that would represent each high school in the county. The mission is, “We believe high school swim teams will encourage fitness, self confidence, discipline, team work and... Read more