Saturday, September 18, 2021

FOOTBALL WEEKEND SCOREBOARD PRESENTED BY LUCK CHEVROLET

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FRIDAY NIGHT:

#7 Douglas Freeman 38, Atlee 6

RADIO: Rejoice 101.3 FM/990 AM
WEB: CLICK HERE    
ALEXA: "Alexa, Play Rejoice Richmond!"

ALSO FRIDAY....(score updates on radio and on Twitter, @hanoversports):

#10 Patrick Henry 34, Deep Run 0
Hanover 51, Mills Godwin 28

Mechanicsville is on their bye week.....

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ODAC COLLEGE FOOTBALL SATURDAY:

#18 Randolph-Macon 31, Bridgewater 13

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WEB: CLICK HERE  
ALEXA: "Alexa, Play Rejoice Richmond!"



Friday, September 10, 2021

FOOTBALL WEEKEND SCHEDULE PRESENTED BY LUCK CHEVROLET

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10:

#7 Patrick Henry at #10 Hermitage, 7pm (follow @RobertWitham13 on Twitter for live updates!)

Hanover at #9 Matoaca, 7pm

#8 Douglas Freeman at Mechanicsville, 7pm

Atlee at Mills Godwin, 7pm


CLICK HERE to join the conversation and talk LIVE with Rob about high school football on #TheFinalWord, at 11:30pm exclusively on our Facebook page!


SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 11:

Catholic at #19 Randolph-Macon:

PREGAME: 12:30pm on RMCAthletics.com

GAME: 1pm on Rejoice 101.3 FM/990 AM and RMCAthletics.com PLUS listen on Alexa! ("Alexa, play Rejoice Richmond!")




Tuesday, August 31, 2021

BROADCAST SCHEDULE: SEPTEMBER 1---4

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 1:

Women's Volleyball: Mary Washington at Randolph-Macon, 7pm (CLICK HERE)

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2:

High School Football: #11 Monacan at Hanover, 6:45pm (CLICK HERE)

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3:

High School Football: Mills Godwin at #8 Patrick Henry, 6:30pm, (Rejoice 101.3 FM/990 AM or CLICK HERE)

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4:

College Football: #17 Randolph-Macon at Dickinson, 1pm, (Rejoice 101.3 FM/990 AM or CLICK HERE)

Thursday, August 26, 2021

FOOTBALL IS BACK

LISTEN LIVE!

Mechanicsville at Deep Run, 6:45pm airtime

(CLICK HERE to listen!! Also available on the TuneIn Radio App on "Radiall"!)




ALSO TONIGHT:

Henrico at Atlee, 7:30pm (updates on Twitter: @hanoversports)

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

TRANSFORMATION: Randolph-Macon To Break Ground on Duke Hall

Come the fall of 2022, things around Day Field on the campus of Randolph-Macon College will look quite different. The College announced plans to break ground on Duke Hall, a three-story, 45,000 square foot building located on the home side of Day Field, which will provide new offices and locker rooms for several sports, plus a floor dedicated to the new Physicians Assistant program set to begin in January, 2023.

CLICK HERE to learn complete details on this new project. (Artist Rendering Courtesy Randolph-Macon College)



Monday, March 15, 2021

CLASS OF 2021: Lee-Davis Athletic Hall Of Fame Inductees Announced

The following was released by the Lee-Davis High School Athletic Hall of Fame on Monday. Our deepest congratulations to everyone who has been named to the Class of 2021!

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Five Inductees Elected to Class of 2021

Lee-Davis High School Athletic Hall of Fame


The Lee-Davis High School Athletic Hall of Fame Committee, Mechanicsville, VA, is pleased to announce our inductees for the Class of 2021 of The Lee-Davis High School Athletic Hall of Fame.  These five athletes were elected from the substantial universe of outstanding athletes who have competed with excellence since The School’s establishment in 1959. 

The Class of 2021 is composed of five former student athletes with accomplishments including district, region, metro, state distinctions, and beyond.


The inductees are:

Doug Floyd (Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track and Field, Class of 1959) 

Murphy Sprinkel (Football, Class of 1967) 

Henrietta Franklin Brooks (Track and Field, Basketball, Class of 1976)

Alvin Puller (Football, Basketball, Track and Field, Class of 1982) 

Montasia Golden (Indoor Track, Outdoor Track and Field, Class of 2011)


These former student athletes will be celebrated in different ways depending on Covid-19 protocols and the comfort levels of the former student athletes and/or their families.

Saturday, March 13, 2021

SHOWDOWN SUNDAY: #2 Trine at #1 Randolph-Macon

With the NCAA canceling the 2021 Division III Men's Basketball Championship, officials at Randolph-Macon went to work to try to schedule at least one game against top talent. Call it college basketball's version of a "bowl game", if you would.

Trine University of Angola, Indiana recently completed their season at 17-0, winners of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) Championship. The Thunder, led by guard Nick Bowman, who figures to have a "game within the game" against Randolph-Macon guard Buzz Anthony, offered to host #1 Randolph-Macon for a "postseason" game.

When the Yellow Jackets countered with a trip to Ashland, Virginia, the Thunder jumped at the chance, according to Randolph-Macon head coach Josh Merkel. Thus, Sunday afternoon, at Crenshaw Gymnasium, it will be the closest thing you will get in Division III in 2021 to a "national title game". 

WHAT: #2 Trine (17-0) at #1 Randolph-Macon (11-0)

WHEN: Sunday, 2:30pm

WHERE: Crenshaw Gymnasium, Ashland, VA

TICKETS: NONE (Fans are not allowed at Crenshaw)

VIDEO: CLICK HERE to watch the game, called by "The Voice Of The Yellow Jackets" Marty Wilson and Andrew Price



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