It was indeed a blue ribbon day recently for Caitlin Schoemmell and her horse How Do You Like Me Now. What most do not know is that this horse was also a “rescue” horse, meaning it had been rescued from abusive conditions by the United States Equine Rescue League (USERL) over four years ago.
This weekend was the weekend that the coaching staff for Cornell University’s baseball team was waiting for. L.C. Bird alumni, Connor Kaufmann, had a breakout performance and now without a doubt has established himself as a legitimate Division-1 pitcher.
Central Chesterfield Little League celebrated their opening games at Harry G. Daniels Park at Ironbridge last Saturday. Special guests, Jay Burchell of Heritage Chevrolet and Congressman Randy Forbes joined over 2,000 young players and their families at the event to kick-off their spring season.
The Colonial Heights Senior Golf Association is set to begin play for the 2012 season on Tuesday, April 3 at the Prince George Golf Club. Under the leadership of newly elected President Dwight Reagan, the league conducted the spring all-members meeting on March 22 at the Colonial Heights Senior Center on Roanoke Ave.
Matoaca eighth grader, Sadie Sandifer is a running machine. She was bitten by the running bug after completing her first 5K race as a second grader.
The Monarchs have started off this year’s baseball season 2-3, but this coming Saturday they will be taking the field for a different reason in a scrimmage against Atlee. They will be raising money and honoring Captain Shane Adcock, who was killed in Iraq in 2006.