After starting his baseball career at Virginia Wesleyan, Chamberlain finished it with two years at Hampden-Sydney. As a senior, he caught and played the infield for the Tigers hitting .308 with eight doubles, three home runs, and was third on the team with 31 RBI.
Spiers, who was the Central District and Village News baseball player of the year as a junior committed to Randolph-Macon recently to play at the next level. According to the Matoaca coaching staff, the senior is the definition of a Warrior and has shown it on the field this season, hitting .474 with five doubles, three triples, a home run and 14 RBI.
After starting the season unexpectedly slow, dropping three of their first four games, the Knights have battled through slumps and adverse weather conditions to win their last five games.
Marrow finished a great track career at Meadowbrook last June and had an excellent first semester of indoor at Indiana Tech. The former Monarch was named the WHAC Conference Newcomer of the Year and was a WHAC First Team All-Conference team member in the 1600 meter relay for the Warriors.
Will Ragland, the all-time single season record holder for kills in Thomas Dale history will attend Division III Carthage College in Wisconsin. Carthage was nationally ranked at No. 4 and lost in the final four this past year.