Wednesday, April 17, 2019

RIVALRY NIGHT CHANGES

Lee-Davis and Hanover have decided to move up their baseball and softball games originally scheduled for Friday night to Thursday night due to the expected severe weather on Friday.

Baseball will begin Thursday at 7pm, while softball will start at 7:30pm. Live tweet coverage will be available on @hanoversports on Twitter.


Monday, April 15, 2019

IN THE RED ZONE: Student-Athletes And Mental Health

It's a special edition of "In The Red Zone" Monday night at 6pm live at SportsPage Grille Ashland as we talk with Betsy Cutler, founder of College Wellness Programs, about mental health services available for student-athletes at the high school and college level, and how the story of University of Virginia basketball junior Kyle Guy highlights the need for such services.

CLICK HERE to listen online or join us on 102.9 FM or 1430 AM at 6pm on The Mater!





Monday, April 08, 2019

IN THE RED ZONE: R-MC Men's Volleyball's Jared Horrigan and UVA Talk!

Listen live at 6pm on 102.9 FM, 1430 AM, on the TuneIn radio app on "Radiall", or CLICK HERE to listen online! (Photo Courtesy R-MC Athletics)



Tuesday, April 02, 2019

Lee-Davis To Deep Run Spring Break Championship

Two early runs and critical defense, plus great back end pitching from Connor Sorokowski get Lee-Davis a 2-1 victory Tuesday over #3 St. Christopher's and a ticket to the 2019 Deep Run Spring Break Baseball Classic championship game on Wednesday.

Jake Stanley pitched 3.1 innings to earn the victory for Lee-Davis (6-1), who face #1 Benedictine (13-0), 7-1 winners in the second semifinal over #8 Deep Run for the championship Wednesday at 7pm at Deep Run High School.

We hope you'll join us live for the title game, but if you cannot, RVA Sports Network will have live online radio coverage beginning at 7pm on our YouTube Channel on the embedded player below!


Monday, April 01, 2019

IN THE RED ZONE: Spring Break Baseball

CLICK HERE to listen live to "In The Red Zone" from Sports Page Grille Ashland only on The Mater, 102.9 FM, 1430 AM on your radio, and on the TuneIn Radio App on "Radiall"!



Tuesday, March 26, 2019

PASSAGES (UPDATED): Former Lee-Davis Great Evans Shot, Killed In Norfolk; Suspect Arrested

Nathan Evans, who helped lead the Lee-Davis football team back to the postseason in 2015 and again in 2016 while being named Second Team All-State his senior season by the Virginia High School League, was shot and killed in Norfolk on Thursday night according to both The Daily Press and WAVY-TV.

Evans, a rising junior at the College of William and Mary, was shot on West 43rd Street in Norfolk, not far from the Old Dominion University campus. Police, according to WAVY-TV, responded to a report of a shooting at 11:50pm. Authorities found Evans on the sidewalk with a gunshot wound.

UPDATE (3/26/19): WAVY-TV reports that an arrest has been made in the Evans case. Norfolk police have brought into custody Kri-Shawn D. Beamon, age 20, and have charged Beamon with second-degree murder.

Norfolk police issued this statement earlier on Tuesday.

"A Chesapeake man has been arrested on charges stemming from a shooting on West 43rd Street that killed a Williamsburg man last week.

Kri'Shawn D. Beamon, 20, of the 3500 block of Coleshill Lane in Chesapeake, has been charged with second-degree murder, robbery, and two counts of using a firearm in the commission of a felony. Beamon was arrested Monday afternoon at his residence without incident.

Detectives are investigating this as an isolated incident and have not released the motive or circumstance surrounding this shooting. Beamon is currently being held in the Norfolk City Jail without bond."

Hundreds of students gathered Monday evening at Kaplan Arena on the William & Mary campus to remember Evans.

Evans (#2, right in picture from Lee-Davis career) led the Tribe in rushing as a freshman in 2017, rushing for 208 yards in his sophomore campaign last season, scoring three total touchdowns.

"The Lee-Davis High School football program is deeply saddened by the loss of our former teammate, Nathan Evans," said Lee-Davis head football coach Ryan Turnage in a statement released by Hanover County Public Schools. "Our thoughts and prayers are with his family. Nathan was a tremendous player and a great teammate, and I was proud to be his coach. Nathan had a huge impact on the success of our football program. He was a special player that loved to compete,, and his teammates looked up to him."

More information as we receive. We are praying for Evans' family, friends, Tribe teammates and, of course, the entire Lee-Davis community.




Sunday, March 24, 2019

MONDAY: Wakefield Is In The Red Zone

New Patrick Henry head football coach Ken Wakefield will be our special guest on the next edition of "In The Red Zone", our live, local sports talk show heard each Monday at 6pm on 102.9 The Mater (102.9 FM/1430 AM), as well as here on our website and on the @TuneIn Radio App on "Radiall"!

Wakefield comes to the Patriots after six seasons leading the Culpeper County High School football team, advancing to the Class 3 state semifinals in 2018. He has been a past assistant at both Lee-Davis and Randolph-Macon.

CLICK HERE to listen online Monday, or better yet, come out Sports Page Grille, the exclusive home of "In The Red Zone" this Monday at 6pm for dinner and to meet Coach Wakefield!