An integral part of the Lady Knight’s program while at Thomas Dale, Hobbs has gone onto play for the Christopher Newport Captains. As a junior, the guard has seen action in every game coming off the bench, playing a pivotal reserve role.
Four local teams competed for district supremacy last Friday night – the Matoaca boys, both the L.C. Bird boys and girls, and the Meadowbrook girls. Of the four teams competing to bring home a championship, three of them were victorious – the Bird boys, Matoaca boys and the Meadowbrook girls.
The Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office and the Chesterfield County Parks and Recreation Department have announced the date of their highly anticipated annual golf tournament to benefit Special Olympics Virginia.
The Falling Creek Middle School Boys basketball team under the capable leadership of Coach Charles Scott had an outstanding season. With a record of 13-0, this boys team took first place in the season’s championship game against Manchester Middle School on January 31st, 2013.
After graduating from Chesterfield Community as the school’s all-time leading scorer, Copeland, a native of Queens, NY attended Charis Prep in Wilson, NC before attending Grambling State University.
With a great performance in district play, the Chesterfield Community High School boy’s basketball team has locked up a spot in the regional tournament. The team, which employs a balanced attack led by seniors Brandon Townsend and Jaki Clanton in the words of head coach Toby Campbell is the most balanced team the program has had in years, in and out of the classroom.