Matoaca boys tennis swept the Conference 12 championships this past week. Junior Connor Thomas took home the singles championship, then paired up with freshman Chewon Kim to win the doubles crown. On to regionals! Read more
The following individuals have been selected to join the L.C. Bird Sports Hall of Fame for 2016. They are: Brett Mietus, All-State football; Bill Carnahan, basketball; Justin Gorman, All-State baseball; Caroline Stolle, softball; Walter Gilliam, retired assistant football coach; and Jim Watters, retired football defensive coordinator and assistant track... Read more
L. C. Bird Basketball Skills Camp 2016 has been scheduled for June 20-24 for girls six through 16. The camp will be held Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. and 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. on Friday. Camp will be held at Lloyd C. Bird High... Read more
Lacey Waldrop has accomplished an awful lot in a short period of time. In the past five years, she completed a standout softball career at Florida State, won National Player of the Year honors as a junior, and a championship with the Chicago Bandits of the National Professional Fast... Read more
Former L.C. Bird standout and McDonald’s All-American, Taja Cole, had a lot on her mind the past couple of weeks when deciding where to continue her basketball career. After the decision making process, just one school was on her mind – the University of Georgia. “I had a great... Read more
Former L.C. Bird linebacker and Virginia Tech standout Deon Clarke graduated as a Hokie this past May. Now, he’ll be a bird of flight. The All-ACC performer signed as an undrafted free agent with the Seattle Seahawks. He said via his Facebook page: “From little league to the blue... Read more
After two standout seasons in Richard Bland’s softball program, former L.C. Bird infielder Kimberly Ellis will leave RBC with more than an associate’s degree, she will leave with top honors on the field as well. The sophomore earned First Team All Region X honors along with Prince George’s Whitney... Read more
Matoaca alum Sam Gunther has already had an excellent career running at Bridgewater College, but for his senior year, he naturally, wanted to go out with a bang. Mission accomplished. This past weekend, Gunther broke his own ODAC and Bridgewater record with a time of 1:50.58 in the 800m... Read more
Thomas Dale wide receiver Brian Bullock, an athlete with Division I potential, will start his college career at Lackawanna Community College in Pennsylvania, joining two other former Knights in Eric Finney and Khalid Morris and a former rival in Daijaune Dorsey (L.C. Bird). “He’s the best wide receiver to... Read more
Another Knight made their college decision this past week too, but this one was from the hardwood. Forward Elena Flowers announced that she would be playing basketball and attending Mount Olive College this fall. “Of all the colleges I visited and that were interested in me, I felt that... Read more