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Varsity athletes to play at next level

Carroll missed half of his senior season with a leg injury, but was still impressive enough to catch the eye of Randolph-Macon College where he signed to play next fall. For the Warriors, The safety registered 13 tackles (nine solo) and an interception in limited action. He’ll join Meadowbrook linebacker Kane Smith as a signee for 2014.

Chester swimmer beats Mom’s record that stood 32 years

When Myra Anne Martin was two years of age, her mother, Amy Pulling-Martin taught her how to swim in the bath tub. That early start began Myra Anne’s swimming career as the 12-year-old was able to beat her mother’s record in the Chesterfield Aquatic League (CAL) in the individual medley (IM) with a time of 1:14.02.

Sports camps at L.C. Bird

L.C. Bird Basketball Camp will be held at Lloyd C. Bird High School. Campers should be prepared with a T-shirt, shorts, and basketball shoes. Campers may bring a bag lunch or purchase lunch for $3 which will include sandwich/pizza, chips/fruit and drink.

Sports camps at Thomas Dale

Thomas Dale’s first annual volleyball camp will be directed by Coach Jenna Malcom and VT coaching staff and players will specialize in technical development, individual skills, and an emphasis on team offensive and defensive strategies.

Athletes of the Year

In his high school career, Spiers followed in the footsteps of many Matoaca players before him – both as a leader that led by example and as a player who will ascend to the next level, as he committed to Randolph-Macon this spring.

Back-to-back titles for Matoaca softball

Softball head coach Scott Driskill came to Matoaca in 1991, but didn’t start coaching softball until 2003. Simply put, the Matoaca softball program wasn’t where it is today. The Thomas Dales, Dinwiddies and Prince Georges of the world dominated the Central District.