Saturday, January 20, 2018

600: Mindful Yellow Jackets Reach Milestone For LaHaye

Kelly Williams poured in 35 points, while Jayla Wade scored in double figures and lone senior Teal Reynolds played tremendous defense as Randolph-Macon overcomes foul trouble at the point guard position, playing a strong final three minutes on both ends of the floor to pull away from Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) leader Lynchburg 71-59 Saturday afternoon to win their fourth straight conference game and pull into a three-way tie for first place.

But, more importantly to every player on the team, was getting a win that gave their head coach, Carroll LaHaye, her 600th career victory, just the 59th women's basketball coach in NCAA history to earn that feat.

Williams scored 19 points in the first half as the Yellow Jackets (6-2 ODAC, 13-3) built a 38-28 halftime lead. But the Hornets raced out of the gate in the third period on a 10-0 run to tie the game. The teams traded the lead several times, but, as the fourth period wore on, the Hornets didn't find ways to the basket, while the Yellow Jackets did. And on this special day, what has been their kryptonite, free throw shooting, was much improved, helping Randolph-Macon end the game on a 19-8 run.

We congratulate Coach LaHaye on this milestone accomplishment and will have complete coverage, as the only Richmond area reporter at the game, coming this week only in The Herald Progress!

Friday, January 19, 2018



"Rivalry Night":

We'll be live at Atlee as the Raiders look to sweep their regular season series with Lee-Davis, girls game at 6pm followed by the boys.

We'll have updates from Patrick Henry as the Patriots host Hanover in the first of two doubleheaders between the schools over the next five days!

TWITTER: @hanoversports 


We'll be live in Lynchburg as Randolph-Macon women's basketball coach Carroll LaHaye looks to capture her 600th career victory in a battle at the top of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference standings against the Hornets at 2pm. Follow us on Twitter at @hanoversports for coverage.

We'll also have updates from Emory as the Randolph-Macon men battle Emory and Henry for first place in the ODAC, as both teams enter the game at 7-0. Tip time is 2pm!

TWITTER: @hanoversports 

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Game Of The Week Listen Live Player: Varina at Atlee

Click on the YouTube player below to listen live to Varina at Atlee on the RVA Sports Network Game of The Week, the girls game at 6pm followed by the boys showdown!

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

"Rivalry Night" Live Tweet Coverage

It's set! We will be live at "Rivalry Night" Friday basketball doubleheaders using the following schedule. We'll have updates on the other games each week as well.

Live coverage on @hanoversports begins each Friday at 5:30pm, with girls basketball at 6, followed by boys basketball.

JANUARY 12: Patrick Henry at Atlee

JANUARY 19: Lee-Davis at Atlee (Atlee Softball State Championship Ring Ceremony)

JANUARY 23 (Tuesday): Patrick Henry at Hanover

JANUARY 26: Patrick Henry at Lee-Davis (LDHS Athletic Hall of Fame Night)

FEBRUARY 2: Hanover at Lee-Davis

FEBRUARY 9: Hanover at Atlee

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

LISTEN LIVE PLAYER: The Southerner Classic

We're live from Lee-Davis High School Thursday at 2:30pm for 3rd Place and Championship action at The Southerner Classic! Here's the lineup of games:

Girls 3rd Place: Caroline vs. Lee-Davis, 2:30pm
Boys 3rd Place: Colonial Heights vs. King & Queen-Central, 4pm
Girls Championship: McLean vs. Rappahannock, 5:30pm
Boys Championship: #10 Caroline vs. Lee-Davis, 7pm

Listen on the YouTube player below!

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Hawks Win Caroline Tournament

Key three-pointers and free throws for freshman Julia Mardigian help to lead Hanover to the 2017 Lady Cavs Holiday Classic Tournament Championship Wednesday night with a 46-35 win over previously unbeaten Powhatan. The Hawks, 4-2, play next week in a tournament at Park View High School in Sterling.

Monday, December 18, 2017

VHSL Class 4 All-State Volleyball Team Announced

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being named to the 2017 Class 4 Boys All-State Volleyball Team by the Virginia High School League (VHSL). County honorees are denoted in bold.


Nathan McGhee, Heritage
MiKyng Johnson, Heritage
George Giles, Heritage
Adam Wajciechowski, Midlothian
Sammy Varela, Midlothian
Adam Lane, Patrick Henry
Jarrett Carrano, Patrick Henry
Jaxon Delgado, Patrick Henry
Connor Logan, Patrick Henry (Libero)


Ron Colby, Denbigh
Tommy Speelman, Great Bridge
Ace Backer, Great Bridge
Turner Cole, Hanover
Griffin Meyers, Hanover
Elijah Morris, Heritage
Tyler Oaks, Heritage
Luke Puckett, Patrick Henry
Michael Kroll, Woodrow Wilson (Libero)

CLASS 4 PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Adam Wajciechowski, Midlothian
CLASS 4 COACH OF THE YEAR: Michael Townsend, Patrick Henry