With a first-half filled with offense, and a second-half of grind-it-out defense, Friday’s match-up between the Meadowbrook Monarchs and Matoaca Warriors offered football’s equivalent of the best of both worlds.
Last spring, Chester Athletic Association (CAA) had their first season of boys high school-level lacrosse. Over the summer, the Chesterfield School Board has announced that lacrosse will be a varsity sport in the 2014-2015 school year.
Notch another dominant victory for the Skyhawks, who improved to 4-0 on the season while setting school records for points scored in a game (73) and total yards gained in a game (637).
The Thomas Dale boys’ volleyball program is looking to “return to that glory” in the words of first year head coach Josh Forbes. The program’s success is one of the most storied in the Central Region, as the Knights won 15 straight Central District Tournaments, a state championship in 2007, and were state runner-ups in both 2005 and 2008.
A member of the 2009 state champions, Green has gone on to have a solid career at William and Mary. The former Knight had a great performance against Lafayette on September 14, logging seven tackles, forcing a fumble and returning an interception for a 25 yard touchdown as the Tribe rolled to a 34-6 victory.
Bird running back Earl Hughes earned Village News player of the week honors for an outstanding performance against the Rapids, rushing for 203 yards and a touchdown, catching two passes for 53 yards and a touchdown and returning a punt 50 yards for a touchdown as the Skyhawks cruised to victory.