Monday, April 30, 2012

Prince George takes down Lee-Davis.....

In the battle of #2 versus #3, the victors were the home team.

Prince George scratched a run across in the sixth inning and rode the tremendous pitching of Jennifer Woodlief to a 1-0 win over Lee-Davis, ending their winning streak at 12 games. The Royals will likely ascend to the #2 position in the next Times-Dispatch Top Ten rankings, behind unbeaten Patrick Henry.

Woodlief opened the bottom of the sixth with a single to center and was replaced by courtesy runner Brooke Ward. After a sacrifice bunt pushed Ward to second, she came around to score on a single to right by Sydney Landreth.

Woodlief then held off the best Confederates threat of the night in the seventh, getting Haleigh Cottrell to pop out to second with two runners on base to end the game.

Lee-Davis moves to 12-2 overall and return to District play at Henrico Tuesday night.

For their part, the Royals improve to 12-1 overall. Remember the name Jennifer Woodlief. After holding Lee-Davis to only one hit, striking out eight, she and her Royals teammates may become the biggest obstacle to any Hanover County school holding out hope to capture the 2012 Central Region title.

Friday, April 27, 2012

Friday Scores!

(See posts below on Patrick Henry and Lee-Davis softball, plus extra inning games for Hanover and Glen Allen in both baseball and softball!)


Hanover 1, Glen Allen 0 (10 innings) (see post below for details!)
Lee-Davis 8, J.R. Tucker 5 (Lee-Davis improves to 10-4, next plays at Henrico on Tuesday)
Patrick Henry 4, Hermitage 3 (10 innings; excellent performances by Hermitage pitcher Brandon Taylor with 15 strikeouts and PH hurler Kyle Palmer who last 9 innings; Hermitage scores one in the top of the 10th, PH scores two in the bottom to take the victory! Patrick Henry is now 7-4 in Colonial, 9-5 overall)
Atlee 3, Varina 0 (Atlee improves to 5-2 in Capital, 10-4 overall)


Lee-Davis 4, J.R. Tucker 0 (Lee-Davis now 12-1, play Prince George in big non-District game Monday)
Patrick Henry 13, Hermitage 1 (6 innings; Madison Gilman hits grand slam, has 6 RBIs; Pats now 10-0, 13-0)
Hanover 2, Glen Allen 1 (8 innings--see details on post below!; Hawks are 5-2, 7-5)
Atlee 10, Varina 0 (5 innings---Raiders improve to 6-1 in Capital, 10-2 overall!; next play Monday at Midlothian)


Hanover 3, Glen Allen 0 (Hawks improve to 5-1 in Capital, 7-1 overall)


Hanover 2, Glen Allen 0 (Hawks improve to 6-1 in Capital, 7-2 overall)

PH, Lee-Davis Softball keep rolling...

Patrick Henry remained unbeaten in 2012 with a 13-1, 6-inning victory at home Friday afternoon over Hermitage.

Emma Mitchell scattered four hits (three alone by Taylor Francisco) while striking out ten. Two errors and Francisco's final hit, an infield single, helped Hermitage score its run. By this time, it was already 9-1, as Patrick Henry scored five runs in the first, three in the third and one in the fourth.

Madison Gilman blasted a grand slam home run in the bottom of the sixth to end the game. Gilman finished 3-for-4, with two runs scored and 6 RBI. She was a triple short of hitting for the cycle. The Patriots are now 10-0 in the Colonial, 13-0 overall, and the consensus number one team in the Central Region.


Lee-Davis ran its winning streak to twelve games, breaking open a pitchers duel with a run in the fifth and three in the sixth to defeat J.R. Tucker in non-District play, 4-0. Lauren McIntyre went the distance again, allowing only two hits on the night.

Lee-Davis, ranked second in the Times-Dispatch Top Ten, travel to Prince George to take on the Royals, who are ranked #3 in the Region, on Monday night at 6pm. We'll have LIVE score updates on Twitter (@WHANRadio).

Extra innings for Hanover to win in baseball, softball....

Runs were at a premium at Glen Allen High School Friday night.

The Hawks and Jaguars played nine scoreless innings in baseball, with Hanover finally pushing home a run in the tenth to hold on for a tenacious 1-0 win over Glen Allen.

Meanwhile, in softball, Kiandra Mitchum had a one-hit shutout with two outs in the seventh inning holding a 1-0 lead. But Glenn Walters of Glen Allen drew a walk, then Haley Feather tripled to right to drive in Walters, tying the game. On the same play, the throw to third base got away from the third baseman, but left fielder Jessica McLaughlin retrieved the ball, threw a bullet to catch Maura Long at the plate who tagged out Feather, who would have been the winning run.

In the first extra frame, the Hawks retook the lead, as Erica Barrett walked and advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt by Mitchum. Brooke Throckmorton then laced a double in the gap in left center, scoring Barrett.

Mitchum retired the Jags in order in the bottom of the 8th to complete the victory.

Hanover moves to 5-2 in the Capital, 7-5 overall. Glen Allen falls to 3-4 in the Capital, 8-5 overall.

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Thursday Weather Woes....

Most games scheduled for this evening have been postponed due to the rainy weather of this Thursday....

If there are games played we will get final scores to you here ASAP later tonight!

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Lee-Davis, Hanover Pick Up Softball Victories....

Kiandra Mitchum pitched a one-hitter leading Hanover to a 9-0 Capital District win over Henrico Wednesday night.

Erica Barrett hit a home run, Brooke Throckmorton went 3-for-4 with two runs scored, while Lacie Sullivan had two two-run singles off the bench. Hanover improves to 4-2 in the Capital District, 6-5 overall.

In a game originally scheduled for mid-March, Lee-Davis held off Matoaca on the road 6-3. Casey Price, Taylor Deemer, and Ryleigh Hawker each had two hits and Lauren McIntyre pitched another complete game to help improve the Confederates' record to 11-1 overall.

Great Road Trip for Confederates; PH Softball Survives...

The buses leaving Atlee Tuesday night for Lee-Davis were filled with satisfied baseball and softball players and coaches.

Michael Thomas pitched a complete game, striking out eight while scattering five hits as Lee-Davis took a half-game lead in the Capital District with a 5-1 victory over Atlee. A four-run fourth inning fueled the Confederate offense, as Lee-Davis moves to 5-1 in the Capital, 9-4 overall. Cam Maxey took the loss for the Raiders.

With Hanover's game at home against Henrico postponed 24 hours due to field conditions, the three-way tie for the Capital District lead is gone. Hanover can tie Lee-Davis again for the lead with a Wednesday night win.


On the next field to the north, the Lee-Davis softball team came to Atlee riding a nine-game winning streak, as both teams were tied atop the Capital standings. Sparkling defense, masterful pitching from freshman Lauren McIntyre, and a big seventh inning at the plate gave the Confederates a 6-0 road win and sole possession of first place in the District.

McIntyre struck out five and scattered five hits for the complete game victory. Atlee's Jessica Holte also pitched well, but allowed four runs in the seventh to break open a tight, 2-0 game. Lacie Madison had two hits, an RBI and scored a run, while Casey Price plated twice.

Atlee (5-1, 9-2) welcomes Varina Friday night for a game with, suddenly, big importance to keep the Raiders within striking distance of Lee-Davis in the standings. The Confederates (6-0, 10-1) will go out-of-district to face J.R. Tucker at home on Friday.


Patrick Henry's top-ranked softball team traveled to Deep Run Tuesday evening, scored a run in the first, then held on behind the usual strong pitching performance of Emma Mitchell, beating the Wildcats 1-0. Sam Moore drove in the lone run of the game. The Wildcats outhit the Patriots 4-3, but committed three errors.

Patrick Henry, now 9-0 in the Colonial, 12-0 overall, return to Ashland Friday to face Hermitage.

Tuesday Night Finals!


Lee-Davis 5, Atlee 1 (L-D leads Capital by 1/2 game over Hanover at 5-1, 9-4 overall; Raiders now 4-2, 9-4)
Deep Run 10, Patrick Henry 0 (5 innings--Patriots fall to 6-4 in Colonial, 8-5 overall)
Henrico at Hanover, PPD (to be played Wednesday night)


Lee-Davis 6, Atlee 0 (L-D leads Capital by 1 game, now 6-0, 10-1; Raiders fall to 5-1, 9-2)
Patrick Henry 1, Deep Run 0 (Patriots advance to 9-0 in Colonial, 12-0 overall)
Henrico at Hanover, PPD (to be played Wednesday night; Hanover game vs. Clover Hill moved to May 9)


Patrick Henry 3, Hermitage 0 (Patriots even their record at 5-5 in Colonial and overall)
Atlee 4, Lee-Davis 1 (Raiders now 6-0 in Capital, 6-0-1 overall; L-D now 3-2, 4-4)


Hanover 4, Henrico 1 (Hawks move to 4-1 in Capital, 5-2 overall)
Atlee 8, Lee-Davis 0 (Raiders move to 6-0 in Capital, 9-0 overall; L-D now 3-3, 3-6)


Atlee 9, Highland Springs 0 (Raiders improve to 8-3 in Capital, 9-4 overall)
Hanover 5, Varina 4 (Hawks improve to 10-0 in Capital, 11-1 overall)
Henrico 9, Lee-Davis 0 (Confederates fall to 4-6 in Capital, 4-7 overall)


Atlee 9, Highland Springs 0 (Raiders now 4-5 in Capital, 4-9 overall)
Henrico 8, Lee-Davis 1 (L-D now 2-7 in Capital, 3-9 overall)

Monday, April 23, 2012

Monday Postponement

Monday night's lacrosse matchup between Patrick Henry and Atlee has been postponed due to weather conditions.

Sunday, April 22, 2012

PH Girls Win Lee-Davis Invitational; Strong Day for LD, Atlee Boys

At one of the biggest invitational track meets in Virginia in the past four years, Hanover County schools shined.

The Patrick Henry girls squad defeated 30 other schools, including Cosby, to win the team championship. Jessica Shelton and Shyra Molton led the way. Shelton won the 100 Meter Hurdles with a time of 14.61, besting Hanover's MacKenzie Scott who finished second with a 14.82. Lynnell Fisher finished fourth, while Lee-Davis' Rachel Delony placed eighth in the finals. Shelton and Scott would later finish one-two in a photo finish in the 300 Meter Hurdles finals, Shelton winning with a time of 45.94, Scott placing second for the Hawks at 45.96.

Shelton later anchored the 4 X 100 Relay team to victory with a time of 49.32. Lee-Davis placed fourth at 51.04. Molton captured the 100 Meter Dash crown in a tight race with Krista Ferrell of Lafayette High and Micah Hanks of Tabb, finishing at 12.14. Ferrell had a time of 12.21, while Hanks finished at 12.27. Molton was also part of the winning 4 X 100 Relay team with Shelton, Kayla Penn and Brooke Perdue.

Patrick Henry finished with 86 points, 13 points ahead of second place Cosby. Lee-Davis finished ninth in team standings with 28 points, while Hanover came in tenth with 27.

In the boys division, both Lee-Davis and Atlee put in strong performances, with Atlee finishing second to Highland Springs with 63 points, while Lee-Davis was third with 43.

Atlee was anchored by the one-two finish of Nathaniel Hall and Griffin Carmichael in the Boys 1600 Meter Run. Hall was timed at 4:23.42, while Carmichael finished at 4:25.72. The Raiders were strong in field events, including Cole Stout's second place finish in the Discus Throw and third place performance in the Shot Put, Trey Rydel's third place showing in the Pole Vault, and a big victory for Dre Bennett in the High Jump with a leap of 6' 6".

Tyrell Eaton was a scoring machine for Lee-Davis, winning the Triple Jump at 42' 6", winning the 300 Meter Hurdles at 39.14, and finishing fifth in the 110 Meter Hurdles.

Overall, 1,538 athletes entered the 11th annual event with over 30 schools represented.

Friday, April 20, 2012

Friday Finals....

(See article below this post for complete details on tonight's action!)


Lee-Davis 7, Glen Allen 1 (Confederates are 4-1 in Capital, 8-4 overall; Jaguars fall to 2-4, 4-7)
Patrick Henry 11, Maggie Walker GS 1 (Cody Crawley goes 3-for-4, driving in two runs. Patriots now 6-3 in Colonial, 8-4 overall)
Atlee 13, Highland Springs 3 (5 innings; Raiders score 11 runs in 2nd inning, move to 4-1 in Capital, 9-3 overall)


Atlee 3, Highland Springs 2 (OT) (Connor Hulser scored two goals, Raiders now 5-0 in Capital, 5-0-1 overall)
Hanover 2, Varina 0 (Hawks now 4-1 in Capital, 6-1 overall)
Lee-Davis 2, Glen Allen 0 (Confederates now 3-1 in Capital, 4-3 overall)


Lee-Davis 2, Glen Allen 1 (Confederates now 3-2 in Capital, 3-5 overall)
Hanover 8, Varina 0 (Hawks now 4-1 in Capital, 5-2 overall)


Douglas Freeman 12, Patrick Henry 8 (Bryson Wong scored three goals; PH now 3-3 on season)


Atlee 14, Stafford 4 (Raiders now 6-1!)

Friday Softball Action.....

Lauren McIntyre struck out 12 and Casey Price drove in six runs, including three on a triple in the bottom of the sixth to break open a very close game, giving Lee-Davis their ninth straight win, 8-3 over Glen Allen. Lee-Davis scored one in the first, two in the second, but left the bases loaded in the third, fourth, and fifth innings, only plating one during this span. Glen Allen brought home three in the fifth to make it a 4-3 game before the decisive offensive outburst for Lee-Davis in the sixth.

Kelly Heinz played her first game for Lee-Davis this season as the Designated Player. She went 2 for 3 with a double, single and a walk. She will not be pitching. The Confederates improve to 5-0 in the Capital District, 9-1 overall heading into their showdown game Tuesday at Atlee.

As for the aforementioned Raiders, Jessica Holte pitched a one-hitter, striking out 11 as Atlee defeated Highland Springs, 3-0. The Raiders are also 5-0 in the Capital, 9-1 overall and will host Lee-Davis Tuesday at 6pm. Shelby Hill went 3-for-3 including two doubles in the victory.

Another day, another shutout for Patrick Henry, as Emma Mitchell fanned nine over four innings, while Sam Moore powered the Patriot offense with a three-run homer as PH easily handled Maggie Walker Governors School 10-0 in five innings Friday in Ashland. Paige Mitchell went 2-for-3 and scored two runs in the victory. Patrick Henry, the consensus number one team in the Central Region, remains unbeaten at 8-0 in the Colonial District, 11-0 overall. They next face Deep Run on the road this Tuesday.

Thursday Finals!


Atlee 9, Hanover 7 (Atlee led 7-1 at half and survived a furious Hawks comeback. Atlee stays unbeaten at 8-0, Hanover is now 5-4)


Mills Godwin 0, Patrick Henry 0 (PH now 3-4-1 in Colonial, 4-4-1 overall)


Mills Godwin 4, Patrick Henry 0 (PH now 4-5 in Colonial and overall; Godwin stays unbeaten)


Atlee 5, Lee-Davis 4 (Atlee now 4-5 in Capital, 4-9 overall; L-D moves to 2-6, 3-8)
Maggie Walker GS 6, Patrick Henry 3 (Patriots fall to 4-5 in Colonial and overall)


Hanover 9, Armstrong 0 (Hawks stay unbeaten at 9-0 in Capital, 11-0 overall)
Maggie Walker GS 8, Patrick Henry 1 (Patriots fall to 5-7 in Colonial and overall)

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Atlee nips Glen Allen in Softball, Tied For Capital Lead

Jessica Holte outdueled Glen Allen's Brianna Tarzia, striking out nine and driving in the winning run as Atlee remained unbeaten in the Capital District with a 2-1 thrilling win over the Jaguars Tuesday night.

Shelby Hill drove in the other Atlee run. Holte's big hit came in the sixth inning. The two teams combined for only five hits in the game.

Atlee is now 4-0 in the Capital District, 8-1 overall, and next face Highland Springs at home on Friday night.

Atlee welcomes Lee-Davis next Tuesday night in what shapes up to be a battle for first place in the Capital District. First, Atlee must defeat the Springers, and Lee-Davis will have to get past pesky Glen Allen when they come to Mechanicsville Friday night.

Tuesday's Scores.....


Hanover 2, Lee-Davis 1 (C-Feds suffer first loss in Capital District play)
J.R. Tucker 5, Patrick Henry 4 (Patriots comeback falls a run short in the seventh as PH falls to 5-3 in Colonial, 7-4 overall)


Atlee 4, Glen Allen 3 (Raiders now 4-0 in Capital, 4-0-1 overall)
Hanover at Lee-Davis, PPD (due to altercation among players during first half of contest)
Patrick Henry 4, J.R. Tucker 0 (Patriots now 4-4 in Colonial and overall)


Atlee 8, Glen Allen 0 (Raiders move to 4-0 in Capital, 7-0 overall)
Patrick Henry 3, J.R. Tucker 1 (Patriots now 4-4 in Colonial and overall)


Patrick Henry 8, Thomas Jefferson 1 (Patriots now 4-6 in Colonial and overall)


Hanover 8, Lee-Davis 1 (Hawks now 8-0 in Capital, 9-1 overall, L-D now 2-5, 3-7)
Atlee 6, Glen Allen 3 (Raiders now 3-5 in Capital, 3-9 overall)
Patrick Henry 9, Thomas Jefferson 0 (Patriots move to 4-4 in Colonial and overall)


Patrick Henry 11, Hanover 10 (PH now 3-2, Hanover now 5-4, teams split season series...)
Midlothian 16, Lee-Davis 4 (Lee-Davis now 1-5)

Report: Hanover's Albright Out Due To Injury is reporting Hanover starting pitcher Shannon Albright will miss the remainder of the season due to injuries suffered in an auto accident Sunday night.

Albright broke her collarbone and suffered several cuts requiring staples and stitches. The newspaper spoke with Albright's mother apparently confirming the information.

Kiandra Mitchum started Tuesday night for Hanover in their 8-0 loss to Lee-Davis. The Hawks fell to 2-2 in the Capital District, 4-5 overall. Mitchum will continue as the ace of the pitching staff for Hanover in Albright's absence.

PH, Lee-Davis Softball Continue Streaks.....

Emma Mitchell pitched a no-hitter Tuesday night leading Patrick Henry to a 10-0 victory at J.R. Tucker. The Patriots improve to 7-0 in the Colonial District, 10-0 overall.

Lee-Davis ran their winning streak to eight games, as freshman pitcher Lauren McIntyre scattered five hits, striking out eight as the Confederates defeated Hanover 8-0. Haleigh Cottrell and Victoria Houff each scored twice while Becca Fields went 2 for 3 with an RBI. Lee-Davis is now 4-0 in the Capital District, 8-1 overall.

The Patriots return home Friday to play Maggie Walker Governors School. Lee-Davis welcomes Glen Allen to Mechanicsville on Friday.

Monday Results!

Spring break is over, and it's full steam ahead to the rest of the regular season for spring sports. Here are Monday's results.....


Hanover 6, Maggie Walker Governors School 3 (Hawks move to 11-0!)
Clover Hill 6, Atlee 3 (Atlee now 6-4 on the season...)


Hanover 6, Maggie Walker Governors School 3 (Hawks improve to 8-1)

Saturday, April 14, 2012

2012 All-Metro Girls Basketball | Richmond Times-Dispatch

Congratulations to Katie Anderson of Patrick Henry for making the first team All-Metro Girls Basketball squad! See details at the title link above!!

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Spring Break Tourney Day Two: Lee-Davis Sweeps, Atlee Splits....

After getting by St. Christopher's 7-6 in the afternoon session, Lee-Davis took the field Thursday night looking for a three-game sweep in their Spring Break Tournament.

Mission accomplished.

Chad Woodell had two hits, two RBIs and scored twice while pitching by committee held the Benedictine Cadets at bay, winning 9-3. Patrick Holler pitched three innings, giving up two runs, while Adam Smith and Josh Lam pitched two innings each. Both had three strikeouts.

Lee-Davis broke open a close game with five runs in the fifth inning to put the game away.

The Confederates are now 8-3 as they await the Hanover Hawks, coming to Mechanicsville Turnpike Tuesday for a key Capital District tilt.


After spotting Steward a run in the top of the first, Atlee scored eight straight and never looked back, taking an 8-1 win in the nightcap of their second consecutive doubleheader. Atlee finished 2-2 in the tournament, having lost earlier Thursday to L.C. Bird, 7-4.

The Raiders are now 7-3 and return to District play Tuesday night at Glen Allen, a team that defeated Hanover earlier in the season.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Lee-Davis Spring Break Tourney Results

An up and down day for Atlee baseball.

Ryan Millican pitched a complete game and fell just short of a shutout as Benedictine trounced Atlee in the afternoon half of the first day of the Spring Break Tournament, 8-3. Adam Donohoe had two hits, scored two runs, and drove in four.

The Raiders bounced back in the nightcap of day one, taking a 6-1 lead over St. Christopher's after two innings. The Saints rebounded for six runs in the third to take a 7-6 lead, but Atlee bounced back, tying the game in the third, scoring six in the fourth, then four more in the fifth to end the game early at 17-7.

Luke Bolka pitched four innings, striking out eight. Mike Harmon went 3-for-3, scoring twice. Mitch Keeler homered, while Kenner Berry scored three runs.

Meanwhile, at Lee-Davis, Michael Thomas pitched a two-hitter, striking out 14 as the Confederates defeated Steward School in the afternoon session, 6-0.


St. Christopher's at Lee-Davis, 3pm
Benedictine at Lee-Davis, 7pm
L.C. Bird at Atlee, 3pm
Steward School at Atlee, 7pm

Saturday, April 07, 2012

PH hurler is T-D player of the week......

Boys player of the week: Kyle Palmer!  Click on the title link for details on the junior lefty for the Patriots!

Thursday, April 05, 2012

Thursday Finals UPDATED!!

A VERY busy night of action for county schools heading into Spring Break....


Atlee 5, Hanover 4 (Mattie Fitzgerald's single in the bottom of the seventh drove in the winning run. Atlee moves to 3-0 in Capital, 7-1 overall, while Hanover falls to 2-1 in Capital, 4-4 overall.)
Lee-Davis 22, Highland Springs 4 (5 innings; Confederates now 3-0 in Capital, 7-1 overall)


Lee-Davis 4, Highland Springs 0 (Confederates are 3-0 in Capital, 4-3 overall)
Hanover 5, Atlee 2 (Hawks scored all their runs in the first two innings. Both teams are now 2-1 in Capital and 5-1 overall)
Patrick Henry 16, Thomas Jefferson 1 (5 innings; Pats now 5-2 in Colonial, 7-3 overall)


Atlee 1, Hanover 0 (Connor Hulser scored in the 77th minute to secure the victory. Raiders are now 3-0-1, the Hawks fall to 4-2-1)


Atlee 2, Hanover 0 (Raiders move to 3-0 in Capital, 6-0 overall while Hawks fall to 2-1 in Capital, 3-2 overall)


Henrico 6, Atlee 3 (Raiders are now 7-2 in Capital and overall)
Hanover 9, Glen Allen 0 (Hawks move to 8-0)
Douglas Freeman 8, Patrick Henry 1 (PH now 4-4 in Colonial and overall)


Henrico 6, Atlee 3 (Raiders fall to 2-5 in Capital, 2-8 overall)
Hanover 8, Glen Allen 1 (Hawks move to 7-0 in Capital, 7-1 overall)
Douglas Freeman 7, Patrick Henry 2 (Patriots fall to 3-4 in Colonial and overall)

Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Tuesday Scores!


Mills Godwin 2, Patrick Henry 1 (8 innings; Kyle Palmer struck out 12 in a pitcher's duel with Virginia Tech recruit Aaron McGarity. PH now 4-2 in Colonial, 6-3 overall)

Atlee 6, Henrico 0 (Taylor Crowe pitches a two-hitter, striking out eight. Atlee now 2-0 in Capital District, 5-0 overall)

Lee-Davis 25, Varina 4


Patrick Henry 3, Mills Godwin 0 (Emma Mitchell strikes out 10, has pitched 21 consecutive scoreless innings; PH now 6-0 in Colonial District, 9-0 overall)

Atlee 14, Henrico 2 (5 innings; Shelby Hill homers for Raiders, now 2-0 in Capital, 6-1 overall)

Lee-Davis 11, Varina 0 (5 innings; Lauren McIntyre wins her fourth game with a two-hitter. Confederates are now 2-0 in Capital, 6-1 overall, winners of six games in nine days!)


Patrick Henry 13, John Marshall 0
Lee-Davis 2, Varina 0
Atlee 1, Henrico 0


Atlee 3, Henrico 0
Lee-Davis 4, Varina 0
Patrick Henry 9, John Marshall 0


Hanover 9, Highland Springs 0 (Hawks are 7-0 in Capital, 8-0 overall)
Atlee 7, Armstrong 0 (Raiders are 5-2 in Capital, 6-2 overall)
Lee-Davis 9, Varina 0 (Confederates are 4-3 in Capital, 4-4 overall)
Patrick Henry 8, John Marshall 1 (Patriots are 3-5 in Colonial and overall)


Varina 6, Lee-Davis 3 (Confederates now 2-4 in Capital, 3-6 overall)
Hanover 9, Highland Springs 0 (Hawks now 6-1 overall)


Atlee 7, Midlothian 6 (Raiders stay unbeaten at 6-0!)


Atlee 15, Midlothian 12 (Raiders now 4-1)

Monday, April 02, 2012

Other Monday Finals....

Clover Hill 9, Lee-Davis 0

James River 8, Atlee 1

Atlee 3, James River 1
J.R. Tucker 2, Lee-Davis 1

Atlee 6, Douglas Freeman 2

Lee-Davis Softball wins fifth straight....

After keeping Cosby from scoring in the first three innings, Lee-Davis settled, scored five runs late, and held on for an important non-district 5-2 win over the Titans in Mechanicsville.

Freshman Lauren McIntyre struck out three and got out of multiple jams to pick up the complete game victory.

The C-Feds are now 5-1 and return to Capital District action Tuesday at 7pm at Varina.



FINAL: Cosby 14, Lee-Davis 1