In The Red Zone: Ken Wakefield

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Wednesday Changes... (UPDATED for a rescheduling....)

NOTE: The Lee-Davis at Atlee boys and girls soccer matches that were postponed both on Friday 4/25 and Monday 4/28 are now rescheduled for Saturday May 10th, 12Noon for Girls, 1:30pm for Boys.

BASEBALL:
Cosby at Lee-Davis (CANCELLED)
Varina at Atlee

SOFTBALL:
Cosby at Lee-Davis (CANCELLED)
Varina at Atlee

BOYS LACROSSE:
Deep Run at Hanover
Patrick Henry at Lee-Davis

GIRLS LACROSSE:
Hanover at Deep Run
Douglas Freeman at Lee-Davis

BOYS SOCCER:
Varina at Atlee

TRACK & FIELD:
"Colonial District" Meet (with Patrick Henry) at Douglas Freeman HS (CANCELLED)
Middle School Meet hosted by Chickahominy at Atlee HS (CANCELLED)

JV BASEBALL:
Lee-Davis at Cosby (CANCELLED)
Atlee at Varina

JV SOFTBALL:
Lee-Davis at Cosby (CANCELLED)
Atlee at Varina

JV BOYS LACROSSE:
Deep Run at Hanover
Atlee at Patrick Henry

JV GIRLS LACROSSE:
Hanover at Deep Run
Douglas Freeman at Lee-Davis
Atlee at Patrick Henry

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Monday Finals, Tuesday Schedule Changes!

MONDAY FINALS:
Boys Lacrosse:
Douglas Freeman 12, Hanover 6
Collegiate 11, Atlee 3

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TUESDAY SCHEDULE CHANGES (new dates if announced are posted and if game is cancelled it, too, is posted beside the game...)

BASEBALL:
Varina at Hanover (moved to Thursday 5/8)
Highland Springs at Atlee
Thomas Jefferson at Patrick Henry (moved to Thursday 5/1)

SOFTBALL:
Varina at Hanover (moved to Thursday 5/8)
Highland Springs at Atlee
Thomas Jefferson at Patrick Henry (moved to Thursday 5/1)

BOYS SOCCER:
Highland Springs at Atlee
Thomas Jefferson at Patrick Henry (moved to Thursday 5/15)
Varina at Hanover

GIRLS SOCCER:
Highland Springs at Atlee
Lee-Davis at J.R. Tucker (moved to Wednesday 5/7)
Hanover at Varina

BOYS TENNIS:
Glen Allen at Atlee
Hanover at Henrico (moved to Friday 5/2)
Highland Springs at Lee-Davis (moved to Friday 5/9)

GIRLS TENNIS:
Atlee at Glen Allen
Henrico at Hanover (moved to Friday 5/2)

JV BASEBALL:
Hanover at Varina (moved to Thursday 5/8)
Atlee at Highland Springs

JV SOFTBALL:
Hanover at Varina (moved to Thursday 5/8)
Atlee at Highland Springs (CANCELLED)

JV BOYS SOCCER:
Varina at Hanover

JV GIRLS SOCCER:
Lee-Davis at J.R. Tucker (moved to Wednesday 5/7)
Hanover at Varina (CANCELLED)




Monday, April 28, 2014

MONDAY POSTPONEMENTS...

A wet week begins and that means, unfortunately, more postponements and cancellations of spring sports action. Here's the latest list, with make-up dates listed if available. If a game is cancelled, it, too is notated as such.

SOFTBALL:
Dinwiddie at Patrick Henry
J.R. Tucker at Hanover (moved to Monday 5/19)
Mills Godwin at Lee-Davis

BOYS SOCCER:
Lee-Davis at Atlee

GIRLS SOCCER:
Lee-Davis at Atlee
Hanover at J.R. Tucker (moved to Monday 5/19)

BOYS TENNIS:
Thomas Jefferson at Patrick Henry (moved to Wednesday 4/30)
Hanover at Midlothian
Manchester at Atlee
Clover Hill at Lee-Davis (CANCELLED)

GIRLS TENNIS:
Patrick Henry at Thomas Jefferson (moved to Wednesday 4/30)
Midlothian at Hanover
Atlee at Manchester
Lee-Davis at Clover Hill (CANCELLED)

GIRLS LACROSSE:
Atlee at Deep Run
Hanover at Douglas Freeman
Lee-Davis at James River


BOYS LACROSSE:
James River at Lee-Davis



JV BASEBALL:
Lee-Davis at Mills Godwin

JV SOFTBALL:
Patrick Henry at Dinwiddie
Hanover at J.R. Tucker (moved to Monday 5/19)
Lee-Davis at Mills Godwin

JV BOYS SOCCER:
Lee-Davis at Prince George (CANCELLED)

JV GIRLS SOCCER:
Lee-Davis at Prince George (CANCELLED)
Hanover at J.R. Tucker (CANCELLED)

JV GIRLS LACROSSE:
Hanover at Douglas Freeman
Atlee at Deep Run
Lee-Davis at James River


JV BOYS LACROSSE:
James River at Lee-Davis

Friday, April 25, 2014

FRIDAY POSTPONEMENTS:

ALL games involving county teams in all sports (except Track & Field) scheduled for tonight are POSTPONED due to the storms that have come through the area. Games have not been rescheduled yet; we'll keep you posted when they are.

UPDATE:

1) Lee-Davis at Atlee soccer games now rescheduled for this Monday, April 28th, 5:30pm for Girls match, 7pm for Boys.

2) Lee-Davis at Atlee baseball and softball games are now rescheduled for Thursday, May 8th at 6PM.


The MileStat.com Classic is in a delay at Sports Backers Stadium and may not restart before 6:30pm.

Out in Salem, Randolph-Macon Softball began their first round game in the ODAC Tournament at 12pm, and led Eastern Mennonite 4-3 in the top of the 6th inning when rains and storms arrived. The rain delay is now over 3 hours long as they await to return to action as of 5:15PM.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

SOFTBALL REVIEW: Patrick Henry 8, Atlee 4....

The storyline coming into the 2014 season for Atlee softball was simple: there would be offense, but who would do the pitching?

After five games, the Raiders were 3-2, scoring 57 runs in three victories, only one in their two losses, 3-1 to Glen Allen and 1-0 to Hanover, turning the storyline on its head. The offense, not the pitching, had been the problem coming into Wednesday's annual showdown with Patrick Henry.

By night's end, the Patriots had touched Laura Kate Moss and Peyton St. George for eight runs, the most allowed by the Raiders in a game thus far, taking an 8-4 victory to improve to 6-1 on the season. With the defeat, Atlee fell to an uncharacteristic 3-3.

The game found bookends in the form of "bases loaded". The Patriots loaded them up in the top of the 1st, but a Kendall Thomas groundout ended the early threat. Patrick Henry would break through in the 2nd. After a Taylor Prokopis walk and Beth Ford single to left, pitcher Candace Whittemore hit a single to right-center to send Prokopis and Ford home. Whittemore advanced to second on the relay throw home and the Patriots took a 2-0 lead.

After leaving two on base in their half of the 2nd, the Raiders seized the lead in the third. Cameron Hall, who made a sensational defensive play in the top of the inning, sliding on her knees down the third base line to catch a bunt pop-up from Grayson Radcliffe, then fired the ball to first to double up courtesy runner Abby Clement, sent a ball high and deep over the left field fence for a solo home run.

Two batters later, Raine Wilson found the gap in left-center for a double, then scored on Mattie Fitzgerald's single right up the middle. Delani Ferrar walked, then Annamarie Warley singled to plate Fitzgerald for the 3-2 lead. Shelby Hill flew out to right field, leaving two aboard. Prokopis, the PH right fielder, had a very busy night defensively.

After a scoreless 4th, the Patriots rallied to retake the lead in the top of the 5th. Beth Ford singled, and after a Whittemore walk and sacrifice bunt by Paige Mitchell, there were runners at 2nd and 3rd. After some discussion, Atlee decided to intentionally walk Ashley Samuels, giving Radcliffe, the freshman Patriot third baseman, the batters box with the bases loaded.

Having hit a three-run homer the day before to help Patrick Henry knock off Hermitage, Radcliffe, too, was a threat. She delivered with a single to center to score Ford and leave the bases jammed. Atlee head coach John Earley decided to make the change, and Moss was done after 4 1/3 innings, responsible for the runners as freshman St. George took the circle.

This was nothing unusual for Atlee, as the two young hurlers have split innings most of the season in an attempt to give them both valuable experience while looking to see who emerges as their true future #1 starter. St. George was greeted by Thomas, who grounded out with the bases loaded in the 1st.

She didn't leave 'em loaded again.

Thomas sent the ball into the gap in right-center, sending all three runners home. The tie was broken, and the Patriot lead was 6-3.

After a fruitless 5th, Atlee scored in the 6th as Hill led off with a triple to left field, then scored two batters later when a fly to deep center was dropped by Thomas. Whittemore fought back from that to strike out Hall, then get Casey Barrett to flyout to Prokopis in right to end the inning at 6-4.

Patrick Henry decided six runs weren't enough. Mitchell began the 7th with a deep double to center, hitting the base of the fence over Shelby Hill's head. Up to the plate came Ashley Samuels, who sent a pitch high and deep down the left field fence. The assembled fans knew it was gone, it was only a matter of fair or foul. It stayed fair with room to spare for an 8-4 lead.

"As soon as I saw the ball go over my head, I knew..."gone"," said Atlee third baseman Raine Wilson, talking with Samuels after the game. Wilson had run hard into the chain link fence chasing a foul ball down the left field line in the first inning, but recovered after a moment and completed the game.

The Raiders, though, weren't done. Wilson led off the 7th with a single, advancing to second on a Fitzgerald fielders choice. Ferrar struck out, then Warley singled and Hill walked. The bases were loaded with the young pitcher St. George at the plate representing the tying run.

Just as the Patriots left the bases jammed in the top of the 1st, the Raiders did the same in the bottom of the 7th to end it, as St. George became the 7th and final strikeout victim of Whittemore.

The Patriots, at 6-1, now travel to Maggie Walker Governors School Friday before hosting Dinwiddie Monday in a game we will be Live Tweeting from Ashland at 5:30pm.

The Raiders, at 3-3, now prepare for a visit from their biggest rival, Lee-Davis, who started 1-1, but now come to Atlee with an 8-2 record, a young team growing up very fast. The Confederates handled Douglas Freeman 10-0 in five innings on Wednesday.

As they walked away from the field, Wilson and Samuels shared an embrace, as did many other players from the game.

"I hate losing, but I love playing you guys," Wilson told Samuels.

Fierce competitors on the field, friends off the field. That's the magic of high school sports. And the way it should be.

NOTE: Listen LIVE to Lee-Davis at Atlee Softball Friday, 6:50PM ET on HCS Media Network!  The game can be heard by clicking on the Mixlr Player at the top of this page!

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

TUESDAY FINALS...

BASEBALL:
Patrick Henry 10, Hermitage 0 (6 innings--Patriots move to 4-4)
Lee-Davis 7, Varina 0 (LD improves to 6-4, shutout for Josh Lam)
Hanover 12, Glen Allen 1 (5 innings--Hawks now 8-2)

SOFTBALL:
Hanover 5, Glen Allen 0 (Hawks unbeaten at 6-0, Maura Long, Erin Watkins each w/2 runs)
Patrick Henry 11, Hermitage 0 (5 innings--PH to 5-1, Grand Slam for Ashley Samuels; Paige Mitchell and freshman Grayson Radcliffe each hit three-run homers)
Lee-Davis 11, Varina 0 (5 innings--LD to 7-2 as Kylie Stonebreaker pitches no-hitter!)

BOYS SOCCER:
Hanover 3, Glen Allen 1 (Hawks to 6-1; goals by Farnsworth, Gulas, Hughes all in 2nd half)
Lee-Davis 7, Varina 0 (Confederates to 5-3)
Patrick Henry 5, Hermitage 1 (Patriots move to 3-4)

GIRLS SOCCER:
Lee-Davis 5, Varina 0 (LD moves to 4-2-1)
Hanover 1, Glen Allen 1 (Hanover now 2-4-1)

BOYS TENNIS:
Hanover 6, Varina 0 (Hawks improve to 6-2)
Patrick Henry 8, Thomas Jefferson 1 (first win of year for Patriots)
Lee-Davis 5, Armstrong 4

GIRLS TENNIS:
Hanover 6, Varina 3
Atlee 7, Highland Springs 2

Monday, April 21, 2014

MONDAY FINALS...

Boys Soccer: Midlothian 5, Hanover 2 (Hawks take first loss, going to 5-1)
Girls Soccer: Midlothian 8, Hanover 0
Girls Tennis: Douglas Freeman 8, Lee-Davis 1
Boys Lacrosse: Atlee 15, Patrick Henry 0
Girls Lacrosse: Atlee 18, Patrick Henry 4


Sunday, April 20, 2014

THE RESET: A Look At The Week Ahead In Every Spring Sport...

We're back from Spring Break, into a five-week sprint to the postseason in all spring sports!

BASEBALL: Atlee gets their first home games in three weeks on Wednesday and Friday, but both against county rivals. Wednesday sees Patrick Henry come in for a make-up game from March 20 at 6pm, then Lee-Davis is on the docket come Friday at 7pm. Before their trip to Atlee Wednesday, Patrick Henry first hosts Hermitage Tuesday at 6pm. The Patriots wrap up a busy week at Maggie Walker Governors School on Friday at 4:30. The Confederates, meanwhile, begin their week hosting Varina Tuesday at 7pm.

Hanover returns from their trip to South Carolina by traveling to Glen Allen Tuesday at 7pm before hosting Highland Springs on Friday. Expect UVA signee Derek Casey on the hill Tuesday night.

SOFTBALL: Atlee (3-2) gets a shot at two county rivals as they seek to re-ignite their offense this week. They've scored 57 runs in three wins, but only one in two losses (Glen Allen, Hanover). The Raiders host Patrick Henry Wednesday, 6pm, then take on Lee-Davis Friday at 7pm.

(NOTE: Both games can be heard LIVE on HCS Media Network by listening on the Mixlr Player at the top of this web site.)

The Patriots (4-1) first host Hermitage on Tuesday looking to start a new winning streak after losing at home to Mills Godwin April 10th. On Friday, they travel to Maggie Walker to face the Green Dragons. Lee-Davis (6-2) hosts Varina Tuesday at 7, then makes good a game at Douglas Freeman Wednesday at 6pm before their trip to Atlee.

The unbeaten Hanover Hawks (5-0) must go to Glen Allen Tuesday for a 7pm game, then host new Conference 20 foe Midlothian in a make-up game from March 21st on Thursday at 6pm, then host Highland Springs Friday at 7pm.

TRACK: All four schools have entered to compete in the MileStat.com Elite Classic on Friday and Saturday to be held at Sports Backers Stadium in Richmond, just behind The Diamond. Field events get underway Friday at 4:30, and Saturday at 9am.

BOYS SOCCER: Hanover is 5-0. Midlothian is 4-0. Something's gotta give Monday at 7pm when the Hawks and Trojans collide at Hanover. Could this be a Conference 20 title game preview? This is just the start of a marathon week for the Hawks, who go to Glen Allen for an 8pm Tuesday match, then come home to host Patrick Henry Thursday at 6pm and Highland Springs Friday at 8pm.

Patrick Henry, whose 2-4 record does not reflect their talent or level of play, get Hermitage Tuesday at home before heading to Hanover Thursday, then to Maggie Walker on Friday as their brutal opening nine-game schedule stretch comes to an end.

Lee-Davis at 4-3 after a disappointing 1-0 loss at Hanover before Spring Break, hosts Varina Tuesday, then travels to face rival Atlee on Friday. The young Raiders, at 1-3-1, only play this week on Friday against the Confederates.

GIRLS SOCCER: Atlee gets the week to prepare to host Lee-Davis Friday evening, looking to improve to 6-0. The Confederates are 3-2-1 and first must go to Varina for a Tuesday night match at 7pm. Hanover gets back-to-back Conference 20 away games to begin the week: at Midlothian Monday at 6pm, then at Glen Allen Tuesday at 6:30pm. The Hawks, 2-3, host Highland Springs Friday.

Patrick Henry, who began 2-0, have gone winless in their last five to stand at 2-4-1. They go to Hermitage Tuesday, then host Maggie Walker on Friday.

BOYS LACROSSE: Atlee is 3-0 and plays all three county rivals in the same week. First up, Patrick Henry Monday at 7pm in Ashland, then to Lee-Davis Wednesday at 7:30, finally to their home field Saturday afternoon for a 2pm match with fellow unbeaten Hanover (3-0), who doesn't play this week until the Saturday showdown with the Raiders. Lee-Davis, at 3-1, gets their shot at Atlee at home on Wednesday at 7:30. After hosting Atlee, the Patriots (0-4) host Mills Godwin Wednesday and Glen Allen on Thursday.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Patrick Henry, at 1-2, also hosts an unbeaten Atlee squad Monday at 5:30, then travel to Mills Godwin Wednesday and Glen Allen Thursday for 7:30 matches. The Raiders, who start the week 3-0, host Lee-Davis Wednesday, Douglas Freeman Thursday, then Hanover on Saturday at 12noon. The Confederates are 1-3 and looking to learn from their 19-1 loss to the Raiders on April 10th.

Hanover is 2-1 after their April 11th win at Glen Allen. They don't play this week until the high noon Saturday match at Atlee.

BOYS TENNIS: Danny Polk and Hanover, at 5-2, host Varina and Atlee on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively before traveling to Highland Springs Friday. The Raiders are 4-2 and host Highland Springs Tuesday before seeking revenge on Hanover Wednesday, then traveling to Lee-Davis on Friday. The 2-4 Confederates host Armstrong Tuesday and go to Glen Allen Thursday before hosting the Raiders. Patrick Henry, meanwhile, spends the week on the road, making up a match at Mills Godwin Monday before trips to TJ on Tuesday and JR Tucker Thursday, looking for their first win of 2014.

GIRLS TENNIS: Patrick Henry (3-3) gets to stay home to face three old Colonial District foes in Mills Godwin Monday, TJ Tuesday and Tucker on Thursday. Six of the Patriots' last nine matches in the regular season are in Ashland. Lee-Davis, now 4-3, hosts Douglas Freeman Monday, Glen Allen on Thursday, then heads to Atlee Friday afternoon. The Raiders (2-4) go to Highland Springs Tuesday before hosting their rivals Hanover on Wednesday and Lee-Davis on Friday.  As for Hanover? They have the county's best record at 5-2, and travels to Varina Tuesday before the Atlee match Wednesday, followed by hosting Highland Springs on Friday.



Thursday, April 17, 2014

Wednesday Baseball Finals....

LEE-DAVIS: The Confederates get great pitching from Joey Pride and Patrick Holler but go 1-1 in their Conference 11 doubleheader Wednesday, Pride shutting out Mills Godwin 4-0 on a one-hitter, Holler the hard-luck loser of a 1-0 game against unbeaten Douglas Freeman. Lee-Davis is now 5-4.

ATLEE: The Raiders finished their Conference 11 spring break play losing another tough one, this time at unbeaten Douglas Freeman 2-1. Atlee lost Monday to Mills Godwin by the same score in nine innings. Now 3-5, the Raiders next play Wednesday when they make good a March game at home with Patrick Henry.

HANOVER: The Hawks got their first win in the Forest Acres Classic, riding an 11-run third inning sparked by an Elliott Sledd home run to a five inning, 11-1 victory over Voyager Academy (NC). Hanover plays for 3rd place in the tournament at 2pm Thursday vs. Lexington (SC). The Hawks are 7-1 overall, and, when they return to Virginia, must go to Glen Allen Tuesday night.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Tuesday Baseball Postponements, Updated Wednesday Schedule....

Rain, indeed, washed out play for county teams on this Tuesday, not that one didn't give it a try.

Hanover got underway in their second game of the Forest Acres Spring Break Tournament in South Carolina, falling behind 3-0 against Wesleyan Christian of North Carolina after two innings. The Hawks scored a run and had the bases loaded in the top of the 3rd when the heavens opened again, forcing first a delay, then a complete cancellation of this game and all scheduled Tuesday tournament action at around 4:25pm ET.

Hanover, who lost their tournament opener 5-2 to Gloucester Catholic (NJ) in 9 innings Monday, will next face Voyager Academy of North Carolina at 2pm Wednesday. Records over two games and runs scored in case of tiebreaker necessities will determine who qualifies where for Thursday's final round.

The Lee-Davis at Douglas Freeman game was postponed to tomorrow. Here is the updated Wednesday schedule for games involving county teams at Douglas Freeman:

12pm: Lee-Davis vs. Mills Godwin
3pm: Lee-Davis vs. Douglas Freeman
6pm: Atlee vs. Douglas Freeman


Friday, April 11, 2014

Friday Schedule Change!

Tonight's girls lacrosse match, Hanover at Glen Allen, has been moved up to a 5:30pm start. The scheduled JV match has been cancelled.

We will Live Tweet tonight's match and be sure to look for coverage of the game in next week's Hanover Herald-Progress!

Thursday, April 10, 2014

HCS Media Network Interviews: The #CFL in #RVA!

Click HERE for complete coverage of the newest Canadian Football League franchise, the Ottawa Redblacks, holding the first practices in team history this week at the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center, complete with two video interviews with players with Virginia ties, courtesy of our sister site, HenricoCountySports.net!

Tuesday, April 08, 2014

TUESDAY CHANGES...

BASEBALL:
Henrico at Lee-Davis, postponed (no make-up date yet)
Patrick Henry at Douglas Freeman, postponed to Wednesday April 9th, 7pm
Varina at Atlee, postponed (no make-up date yet)

SOFTBALL:
Varina at Atlee, postponed (no make-up date yet)
Patrick Henry at Douglas Freeman, postponed to Wednesday April 9th, 6pm

GIRLS SOCCER:
Douglas Freeman at Patrick Henry, postponed to Wednesday April 9th

JV BASEBALL:
Lee-Davis at Henrico, Cancelled
Hermitage at Hanover, postponed (no make-up date yet)
Douglas Freeman at Patrick Henry, postponed to Wednesday April 30th
Atlee at Varina, postponed (no make-up date yet)

JV SOFTBALL:
Lee-Davis at Henrico, Cancelled
Douglas Freeman at Patrick Henry, postponed to Wednesday April 30th
Atlee at Varina, postponed (no make-up date yet)

JV BOYS SOCCER:
Hanover at Armstrong, postponed to Wednesday April 9th, 5:30pm

JV GIRLS SOCCER:
Douglas Freeman at Patrick Henry, postponed to Wednesday April 9th, 5:30pm


Monday, April 07, 2014

Monday Postponements....

BOYS LACROSSE:
Glen Allen at Atlee, ppd. to Wednesday May 14th
Hanover at Patrick Henry, ppd. to Thursday May 15th

GIRLS LACROSSE:
Atlee at Glen Allen, ppd. to Wednesday May 14th
Patrick Henry at Hanover, ppd. to Thursday May 15th

SOFTBALL:
Lee-Davis at Douglas Freeman, ppd. (no make-up date yet)
Hanover at Dinwiddie, ppd. (no make-up date yet)
Atlee at Mills Godwin, ppd. to Wednesday May 14th

GIRLS SOCCER:
Douglas Freeman at Lee-Davis, ppd. (no make-up date yet)
Mills Godwin at Atlee, ppd. to Wednesday May 21st

BOYS TENNIS:
Hanover at Highland Springs, ppd. to Friday April 25th
Cosby at Atlee, Cancelled
Patrick Henry at Mills Godwin, ppd. to Monday April 21st

GIRLS TENNIS:
Highland Springs at Hanover, ppd. to Friday April 25th
Atlee at Cosby, Cancelled
Mills Godwin at Patrick Henry, ppd. to Monday April 21st

JV BOYS LACROSSE:
Glen Allen at Atlee, ppd. to Wednesday May 14th
Hanover at Patrick Henry, ppd. to Thursday May 15th

JV GIRLS LACROSSE:
Atlee at Glen Allen, ppd. to Wednesday May 14th
Patrick Henry at Hanover, ppd. to Thursday May 15th

JV BASEBALL:
Douglas Freeman at Lee-Davis, ppd. (no make-up date yet)

JV SOFTBALL:
Douglas Freeman at Lee-Davis, ppd. (no make-up date yet)
Dinwiddie at Hanover, ppd. to Wednesday May 7th
Mills Godwin at Atlee, ppd. to Wednesday May 14th

JV GIRLS SOCCER:
Douglas Freeman at Lee-Davis, ppd. (no make-up date yet)
Mills Godwin at Atlee, ppd. to Wednesday May 21st




SNAPSHOTS: A Look Back At Atlee Comeback Victory....

In a game heard LIVE on HCS Media Network, Atlee boys soccer grew up a little Friday night, overcoming a 2-0 halftime deficit to score in the final minute of regulation to knock off Glen Allen 3-2 for their first win of 2014. Brandon Rinderle was the hero with the game-winning kick into the net with just seconds left.

Atlee moved to 1-3 while Glen Allen fell to 1-2.

Here's a look back at Friday's win...




Saturday, April 05, 2014

THE WRAP: FRIDAY FINALS....

Highlights from this evening:

--Brandon Rinderle's goal from 25 yards, just over the head of the Glen Allen goalkeeper, in the final minute of regulation gave Atlee their first win of 2014, 3-2 over the Jaguars.

--Glen Allen's softball team defeated Atlee for the first time ever, winning at home 3-1.

--They went double overtime, but the Lee-Davis boys lacrosse teams survives with a 9-8 win over Patrick Henry...

BASEBALL:
Hanover 11, Henrico 1
Lee-Davis 12, Highland Springs 0
Deep Run 4, Patrick Henry 3
Glen Allen 2, Atlee 1

SOFTBALL:
Lee-Davis 20, Highland Springs 0
Patrick Henry 10, Deep Run 6
Glen Allen 3, Atlee 1

BOYS SOCCER:
Atlee 3, Glen Allen 2 (Game heard LIVE on HCS Media Network)
Lee-Davis 5, Highland Springs 0
Deep Run 1, Patrick Henry 0
Hanover 6, Caroline 1

GIRLS SOCCER:
Hanover 2, Henrico 0
Lee-Davis 4, Highland Springs 0
Atlee 2, Glen Allen 0

BOYS LACROSSE:
Lee-Davis 9, Patrick Henry 8 (Double OT)
Hanover 17, Glen Allen 5

JV BOYS LACROSSE:
Patrick Henry 7, Lee-Davis 2

GIRLS LACROSSE:
Glen Allen 16, Hanover 10

JV SOFTBALL:
Glen Allen 13, Atlee 3

Thursday, April 03, 2014

THE WRAP: THURSDAY FINALS...

BOYS LACROSSE:
Atlee 12, Glen Allen 2 (Raiders stay unbeaten at 3-0, shots on goal 44-9 in favor of Atlee)

GIRLS LACROSSE:
Atlee 16, Glen Allen 4 (Raiders remain unbeaten...)

BOYS TENNIS:
Hanover 9, Lee-Davis 0

GIRLS TENNIS:
Hanover 7, Lee-Davis 2

BOYS SOCCER:
Deep Run 1, Patrick Henry 0

(NOTE: LISTEN LIVE Friday night when Atlee travels to face Glen Allen in boys soccer on HCS Media Network! Our coverage begins at 6:50pm ET Friday, listen on the Mixlr Player at the top of the page here on our website!)

GIRLS SOCCER:
Deep Run 2, Patrick Henry 0



JUST IN: Two NEW Broadcasts Added To HCS Media Network Schedule!!

Confirmed!  Join HCS Media Network for two more broadcasts as our Spring Sports Broadcast Schedule continues to expand!

Friday April 25th, we will be at Atlee High School for the softball showdown with the Lee-Davis Confederates, a rematch of the 2012 and 2013 Capital District Tournament Championship games!  LIVE coverage begins here on our website on the Mixlr Player at the top of the page at 6:50PM ET.

On Tuesday, May 6th, we return to Atlee to watch as the Raiders battle the Glen Allen Jaguars, again, coverage scheduled to begin at 6:50pm ET.

You can find a complete list of HCS Media Network LIVE Game Broadcasts on the right side of this page!!

WEDNESDAY FINALS...

BASEBALL:
Atlee 8, Maggie Walker GS 1 (Raiders improve to 2-2)
Deep Run 7, Lee-Davis 4 (7th inning rally falls short, L-D had winning run at plate twice...)

SOFTBALL:
Lee-Davis 2, Deep Run 1 (Confederates move to 4-1)
Hanover 24, Henrico 0 (5 innings) (Hawks still unbeaten at 4-0)

GIRLS LACROSSE:
Patrick Henry 10, Lee-Davis 8 (see our Photo Gallery from the game HERE)

BOYS LACROSSE:
Atlee 12, Deep Run 3 (Raiders unbeaten at 2-0)

JV GIRLS LACROSSE:
Patrick Henry 12, Lee-Davis 0

JV BOYS LACROSSE:
Atlee 8, Deep Run 3


Wednesday, April 02, 2014

TUESDAY FINALS:

BASEBALL:
Hanover 9, Atlee 2 (Derek Casey pitches five shutout innings as the Hawks improve to 3-0 while the Raiders fall to 1-2. Atlee hosts Maggie Walker GS Wednesday night, 6pm)

Lee-Davis 9, Glen Allen 4

SOFTBALL:
Hanover 1, Atlee 0 (Kiandra Mitchum allows just three hits, strikes out five Raiders as the Hawks move to 3-0. The Raiders, who had runners at second and third in the seventh inning but couldn't score, fall to 2-1)

Lee-Davis 7, Glen Allen 5 (Freshmen Jordan Trimiew and Elizabeth Hudson each tallied two hits for the now 3-1 Confederates)

BOYS SOCCER:
Hanover 1, Atlee 0

Lee-Davis 3, Glen Allen 1 (Raymundo Macias Murillo has a hat trick to lead the Confederates to evening their record at 2-2)

GIRLS SOCCER:
Atlee 8, Hanover 0
Glen Allen 3, Lee-Davis 1 (Megan Paul scores for the Confederates)

BOYS LACROSSE:
Glen Allen 10, Patrick Henry 4

GIRLS LACROSSE:
Glen Allen 12, Patrick Henry 10

JV BASEBALL:
Atlee 10, Hanover 6 (9 innings)

JV SOFTBALL:
Hanover 16, Atlee 15
Glen Allen 8, Lee-Davis 7