Saturday, May 31, 2014

All-Conference 11 Honors in Baseball, Softball, Soccer....

Here are the All-Conference 11 teams in baseball, softball, and both boys and girls soccer, as announced at Friday's championship finals...

(*--All-Academic Honors)


First Team:
Pitcher: Daniel Lynch (Douglas Freeman)*
Pitcher: David Parkinson (Mills Godwin)*
Pitcher: Joey Pride (Lee-Davis)*
Pitcher: Miller Trevvett (Douglas Freeman)
Catcher: Logan Harvey (Douglas Freeman)*
1st Base: Andrew Sergent (Lee-Davis)*
2nd Base: J.T, Bellotti (Douglas Freeman)*
3rd Base: Justin Sorokowski (Lee-Davis)*
Shortstop: Jack Gerstenmaier (Douglas Freeman)*
Outfield: Cody Powers (Lee-Davis)
Outfield: Haiden Lamb (Lee-Davis)*
Outfield: Kendall Jordan (Hermitage)*
DH: Ethan Payne (Douglas Freeman)*
Utility: Josh Lam (Lee-Davis)*

Second Team:
Pitcher: Eric O'Brien (Douglas Freeman)
Pitcher: Kyle Saltzberg (Deep Run)*
Catcher: Dylan Stowell (Hermitage)*
1st Base: Mike Sweeney (Deep Run)*
2nd Base: Matt Lisi (Deep Run)*
3rd Base: Travis Stackow (Douglas Freeman)
3rd Base: Ryan Becker (Mills Godwin)
Shortstop: Jalen Carter (Highland Springs)
Outfield: Trent Young (Douglas Freeman)*
Outfield: Will Parcell (Mills Godwin)*
Outfield: Kyle Farkas (Douglas Freeman)*
DH: Cal O'Donnel (Mills Godwin)*
Utility: Matt Lisi (Deep Run)*

Honorable Mention:
Catcher: Ryan Grubbs (Mills Godwin)*
1st Base: Sam Cox (Douglas Freeman)*
2nd Base: Brian Shealy (Mills Godwin)
2nd Base: Tommy Williams (Hermitage)
Shortstop: Chris Van Meter (Mills Godwin)
Shortstop: Brett Langhorne (Lee-Davis)*
Outfield: Ryan Scott (Highland Springs)
Outfield: Chris Griffin (Hermitage)
Outfield: A.J. Perkins (Mills Godwin)
Outfield: Matt Field (Atlee)
DH: Jalen Carter (Highland Springs)
Utility: Tommy Shaw (Hermitage)
Utility: Juan Carter (Highland Springs)

Conference 11 Baseball Player of The Year: Jack Gerstenmaier (Douglas Freeman)
Conference 11 Baseball Coach of The Year: Ray Moore (Douglas Freeman)


First Team:
Pitcher: Lauren McIntyre (Lee-Davis)*
Pitcher: Peyton St. George (Atlee)*
Catcher: Cameron Hall (Atlee)*
Catcher: Virginia Irby (Douglas Freeman)*
Infield: Sarah Commons (Deep Run)*
Infield: Jessica Curbeira (Mills Godwin)*
Infield: Kinsee Stonebreaker (Lee-Davis)*
Infield: Jordan Trimiew (Lee-Davis)*
Infield: Raine Wilson (Atlee)*
Outfield: Becca Fields (Lee-Davis)*
Outfield: Mattie Fitzgerald (Atlee)*
Outfield: Hayley Olson (Hermitage)
Outfield: Abby Parsons (Deep Run)*
Utility: Meeghan Schrecongost (Douglas Freeman)*

Second Team:
Pitcher: Meg Allen (Mills Godwin)*
Pitcher: Laura Kate Moss (Atlee)*
Catcher: Baylee Grandstaff (Deep Run)*
Catcher: Brooke Martin (Lee-Davis)*
Infield: Casey Barrett (Atlee)*
Infield: Delani Farrar (Atlee)*
Infield: Elizabeth "EB" Hudson (Lee-Davis)*
Infield: Austyn Merrill (Mills Godwin)*
Infield: Bryana Moore (Hermitage)*
Infield: Madison Richmond (Mills Godwin)
Outfield: Elizabeth Bennett (Mills Godwin)*
Outfield: Madelyn Burnette (Highland Springs)*
Outfield: Shelby Hill (Atlee)*
Outfield: Victoria Houff (Lee-Davis)*

Honorable Mention:
Pitcher: Eme Anderson (Deep Run)*
Pitcher: Hannah Trala (Hermitage)*
Pitcher: Kylie Stonebreaker (Lee-Davis)*
Infield: Ella Alvis (Lee-Davis)*
Infield: Kristen Disbrow (Douglas Freeman)*
Infield: Kala Johnson (Highland Springs)
Infield: Erin Law (Mills Godwin)*
Infield: Berkeley Mathews (Deep Run)*
Infield: Merritt Young (Douglas Freeman)
Outfield: Hannah Traylor (Lee-Davis)*

Conference 11 Co-Players of The Year: Cameron Hall (Atlee) & Kinsee Stonebreaker (Lee-Davis)
Conference 11 Pitcher of The Year: Peyton St. George (Atlee)
Conference 11 Coach of The Year: John Earley (Atlee)


First Team:
Jack Anderson (Deep Run)*
Matt Baugh (Deep Run)*
Jonathan Chudoba (Lee-Davis)*
David Cipolla (Mills Godwin)*
Sukrija Dudic (Hermitage)
Connor Fair (Douglas Freeman)*
Patrick Hagerman (Mills Godwin)*
Cullen Hall (Mills Godwin)*
Hampton Hall (Mills Godwin)*
Tucker Hamblen (Deep Run)*
Cutter Jacobson (Mills Godwin)
James Kendall (Mills Godwin)*
Josh Kraus (Atlee)*
Matthew Mahoney (Atlee)*
Cyrus Rohani-Shukla (Henrico)
Colin Schaffer (Deep Run)*
Michael Shaffer (Douglas Freeman)*
Will Selden (Mills Godwin)*
Luis Vasquez (Lee-Davis)*

Second Team:
Andy Bryan (Henrico)
Ryan Buzzard (Highland Springs)
Sean Colwell (Deep Run)*
Robbie Courter (Lee-Davis)*
Sam Dracos (Mills Godwin)*
Glaster Ellis (Highland Springs)
Joseph Gates (Deep Run)*
Matthew Hyland (Atlee)*
Jacob Kesler (Lee-Davis)*
Tucker Lawrence (Douglas Freeman)
Jesus Moreno (Hermitage)
Connor Pfister (Deep Run)*
Zach Radolinski (Atlee)*
Brandon Rinderle (Atlee)*
Sam Reiner (Douglas Freeman)*
Ryan Sheets (Lee-Davis)*
Tyler Shupack (Deep Run)*

Honorable Mention:
T.J. Christino (Deep Run)*
Scott Collins (Douglas Freeman)*
Hugo Eichner (Deep Run)*
Brennon Gagnon (Deep Run)*
Chauncey Gwaikolo (Hermitage)*
Cameron Jones (Mills Godwin)*
Sahmoe Loo (Henrico)
Gio Lopez (Hermitage)
Will Martin (Mills Godwin)*
Alexis Mejia (Hermitage)
Henry Mordica (Mills Godwin)*
Erik Nelson (Mills Godwin)*
Alfredo Sanchez (Douglas Freeman)*
Brent Schlesman (Mills Godwin)*
Evan Tyler (Lee-Davis)*
Zach Washburn (Deep Run)*
Mark White (Deep Run)*
Leslie Winston (Henrico)
A.J. Zollar (Atlee)*

Conference 11 Player of The Year: Cutter Jacobson (Mills Godwin)
Conference 11 Coach of The Year: Skip Stevens (Mills Godwin)


First Team:
Elizabeth Ball (Deep Run)*
Caroline Cipolla (Mills Godwin)*
Payton Cook (Deep Run)*
Mason Courter (Lee-Davis)*
Savannah Doane (Lee-Davis)*
Claire Franks (Mills Godwin)*
Taylor Guy (Mills Godwin)*
Caroline Hahn (Douglas Freeman)*
Meghan Hegarty (Douglas Freeman)*
Maya Johnson (Henrico)*
Kelsey Kilgore (Deep Run)*
Audrey Mathias (Mills Godwin)*
Abby O'Toole (Atlee)*
Alexis Pringle (Atlee)*
Simron Richard (Deep Run)*
Molly Shields (Atlee)*

Second Team:
Jamari Blackwell (Atlee)*
Kasey Booth (Atlee)*
Jenna Burns (Deep Run)*
Lane Courter (Lee-Davis)*
Jordan Denton (Atlee)*
Emily Fair (Deep Run)*
Lauren Gutzmer (Mills Godwin)*
Lyndsey Gutzmer (Mills Godwin)*
Morgan Hall (Mills Godwin)*
Caroline Kasprzak (Douglas Freeman)*
Hannah Keeton (Hermitage)*
Nia Johnson (Highland Springs)*
Katie Monica (Henrico)*
Maddie Nardi (Henrico)*
Genevieve Pacious (Douglas Freeman)*
Rachel Pisarz (Deep Run)*
Emily Randolph (Mills Godwin)*
Bethany Rusticelli (Lee-Davis)*
Michelle Saiyed (Douglas Freeman)*
Savannah Taylor (Deep Run)*
Caroline Turner (Douglas Freeman)*
Ashley Vuu (Henrico)*
Heidi Walenmaier (Deep Run)*
Lauren Wolfgang (Lee-Davis)*

Honorable Mention:
Jamie Broadhead (Henrico)*
Mia Campbell (Mills Godwin)*
Ellie Frazier (Deep Run)*
Hannah Grasberger (Atlee)*
Davi Neagle (Lee-Davis)*
Megan Paul (Lee-Davis)*
Sara Puglisi (Mills Godwin)*
Ally Renehan (Henrico)*
Jeanne Rockwell (Douglas Freeman)*
Jordan Smith (Atlee)*
Caroline Taylor (Hermitage)*

Conference 11 Player of The Year: Elizabeth Ball (Deep Run)
Conference 11 Coach of The Year: Ali Toole (Mills Godwin)



4A South Region Boys Team Championship: Midlothian 5, Hanover 4


South Zone First Round:
Girls: Atlee 9, Fauquier County 5
Boys: Atlee 14, Fauquier County 7


Conference 20 Championship: Hanover 2, Midlothian 1
5A North Region First Round: Patrick Henry 1, Brooke Point 0


Conference 11 Championship: Lee-Davis 4, Atlee 3 (8 innings)
Conference 20 Championship: Hanover 14, Glen Allen 0 (5 innings)


Conference 11 Championship: Deep Run 3, Atlee 2 (OT)
5A North Region First Round: North Stafford 0, Patrick Henry 0 (North Stafford wins 3-1 on PK's)


Conference 20 Championship: Midlothian 1, Hanover 0

Friday, May 30, 2014

VIDEO INTERVIEWS: Two Atlee Football Players Make College Commitments!

Congratulations to kicker Ryan Molin and linebacker Isiah Stroble for making their college football, and academic commitments this morning at a ceremony at Atlee High School!

HCS Media Network sat down with both players.

CLICK HERE for our talk with Molin, who signed with Jacksonville University of the Pioneer Football League of the FCS!

CLICK HERE for our conversation with Stroble, who will stay in-state in the ODAC with the Shenandoah Hornets!


Here we go!  Teams playing for Conference titles, others into Regional play, one playing for a Regional Championship!  The schedule for Friday May 30th is as follows:


South Zone Girls & Boys First Round:
Atlee at Fauquier County: Girls at 5:30, Boys at 7pm (directions to school in Warrenton available by scrolling down this web page!)


4A South Region Boys Team Championship:
Midlothian at Hanover, 3PM


Softball Championship: #2 Lee-Davis (15-5) vs. #1 Atlee (14-4), 6:30pm at Deep Run HS

Girls Soccer Championship: #3 Deep Run (12-3-1) vs. #1 Atlee (15-1), 5:30pm at Deep Run HS


Baseball Championship: #2 Midlothian (14-6) vs. #1 Hanover (14-2), 7pm at Hanover HS

Softball Championship: #2 Glen Allen (14-6) vs. #1 Hanover (13-2), 6pm at Hanover HS

Boys Soccer Championship: #2 Hanover (12-2-1) vs. #1 Midlothian (14-1-1), 7:30pm at Hanover HS



BASEBALL (First Round): Brooke Point at Patrick Henry, 6pm

GIRLS SOCCER (First Round): North Stafford at Patrick Henry, 6pm

Thursday, May 29, 2014

LACROSSE: Atlee Boys AND Girls Play Fauquier...Directions HERE!

It's a first round "South Zone" Tournament match ("Zone" essentially meaning "Regional") as the Atlee Raiders boys lacrosse team travels to Warrenton to face Fauquier County on Friday at 7pm. The girls team will also face Fauquier at 5:30pm.

Directions to the school from Atlee are FOUND HERE!

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

THE WRAP: Weather Disrupts Conference Semis (with Updated Schedules)

The expected stormy weather arrived first at Hanover High School, where Semifinal Wednesday barely began, then eventually arrived at Deep Run, where action was suspended due to a major electrical storm.

Except for a half-inning of softball, there was no action at the Conference 20 Jubilee at Hanover, as storms descended upon the area just before the 5pm start time. Over at Deep Run, only one game lasted long enough to become official, while two others were suspended as storms jammed pack with torrential rain and tremendous lightning overcame the West End.

Below are the updated schedules for both Conference Tournament Semifinal Rounds, including resumption of suspended games as well as a venue change for two matches tomorrow:

CONFERENCE 11 (at Deep Run HS):

Atlee 0, Douglas Freeman 0, top 4th (will resume Thursday at 5pm)
Hermitage vs. Mills Godwin, approximately 20-25 minutes after first game

Atlee 7, Deep Run 3, bottom 3rd (one out, runner at 1st; will resume Thursday at 5pm)
Mills Godwin vs. Lee-Davis, approximately 20-25 minutes after first game

Atlee 4, Lee-Davis 0 (Final--game reached halftime, therefore official)
Deep Run vs. Mills Godwin, Thursday, 6pm

NOTE: ALL Conference 11 Championship games are moved to Friday, May 30th. Girls Soccer at 5:30, Boys Soccer (Mills Godwin/Douglas Freeman) at 7:30. Baseball and Softball start times TBA.

CONFERENCE 20 (at Hanover HS unless noted below):

Caroline vs. Hanover, 5pm
Glen Allen vs. Midlothian, 7:30pm

Dinwiddie 1, Hanover 0 (after 1/2 inning, will resume Thursday, 5pm)
J.R. Tucker vs. Glen Allen, 7:30pm

J.R. Tucker vs. Midlothian, 5:30pm
Monacan vs. Hanover, 7:30pm

Midlothian vs. Hanover, 5:30pm
Monacan vs. Glen Allen, 7:30pm

NOTE: All Championship games remain originally scheduled for Friday, May 30th at Hanover High School. No changes made to the final round.

2014 All-Richmond Group Lacrosse Teams!

These student-athletes were honored between the two championship games Tuesday night at Randolph-Macon College.



Attack: Ryne West, Atlee; Jacob Shaver, Deep Run; John Woolley, Douglas Freeman; Trevor Cook, Hanover; Keaghan Bartley, Mills Godwin

Midfield: Booth Watson, Atlee; Evan Tyler, Douglas Freeman; Cameron Leonard, Glen Allen; Casey Cook, Hanover; Chase Boyer, Hermitage

Defense: Tanner Bazemore, Atlee; Daniel Glymph, Atlee; James Blevins, Douglas Freeman; George Cloud, Douglas Freeman; Alexander Helm, Lee-Davis

Goalie: Tyler Jahn, Glen Allen


Attack: Eric Peck, Atlee; Ford Henrix, Douglas Freeman; Sam Lewis, Glen Allen; Alex Fisher, Hanover; L.B. Butler, Lee-Davis

Midfield: Alex Jones, Atlee; Austin Peck, Atlee; Ryan Mallory, Hanover; Davis Buheller, Lee-Davis; Patrick Haley, Mills Godwin

Defense: Jack Cook, Atlee; James Smith, Deep Run; Austin Evans, Glen Allen; Christian Wayne, Hanover; Sandy Bly, Hermitage

Goalie: Hunter Bagby, Atlee


Kevin Lawlor, Atlee; Jack Willard and Michael Zurasky, Deep Run; Jack Shade and Ted Palmer, Douglas Freeman; Matt Jahn, Glen Allen; Colin DiSesa, Hunter Bellows, and Chase Hunter, Hanover; Chris Caldwell, Hermitage; Chris Duff, Mitchell Beebe, and Taylor Merritt, Mills Godwin

Boys Richmond Group Player of the Year: Casey Cook, Hanover
Boys Richmond Group Coach of the Year: Ryan Rohde, Hanover




Attack: Jessica Sanfilippo, Atlee; Sara Hatch; Atlee, Halle Kennon, Douglas Freeman; Sarah Fortune, Douglas Freeman; Julianna Keeling, Mills Godwin

Midfield: Emily Smith, Atlee; Sydney Whitaker, Deep Run; Rachel Elliot, Douglas Freeman; Chloe McGolrick, Glen Allen; Abby Bostian, Mills Godwin

Defense: Peyton Krevonick, Atlee; Riley Mitchell, Deep Run; Elizabeth Pollard, Douglas Freeman; Meredith Eudailey, Douglas Freeman; Jada Jordan, Hanover

Goalie: Jamie Lockwood, Douglas Freeman


Attack: Sarah Colombo, Atlee; Cora Every, Deep Run; Kaela Bickham, Hanover; Kara Kane, Hanover; Martha Gill, Hermitage

Midfield: Lindsay Lloyd, Atlee; Alexa Vignone, Deep Run; Caroline Plashal, Douglas Freeman; Harper Matthews, Lee-Davis; Sarah Belcher, Hanover

Defense: Lindsay Jefferson, Atlee; Erica Harris, Glen Allen; Pierce Hickman, Mills Godwin; Katie Mason, Mills Godwin; Amanda Loving, Lee-Davis

Goalie: Sarah Salzman, Hermitage


Susie Glymph, Sarah Buckley, Savanah Dicken, Atlee; Pate Richardson, Mackenzie Flickinger, Vicky Lowry, Deep Run; Taylor Harmon, Gracie Douglass, Carly Craddock, Karoline Nease, Alyssa Hahn, Douglas Freeman; Tristen Slamowitz, Alyson Johnson, Caroline Smith, Kestyn Baughn, Emily Benko, Glen Allen; Michele Knizner, Laura Blunt, Hanover; Anna Gray, Zoe Sheppard, Hermitage; Abbey Myers, Kaitlyn Harrison, Christa Hill, Lee-Davis.

Girls Richmond Group Player of the Year: Jamie Lockwood, Douglas Freeman
Girls Richmond Group Coach of the Year: Anne Taylor, Douglas Freeman



Conference 11 Semifinals:
#5 Atlee vs. #1 Douglas Freeman, 5:30pm at Deep Run HS

Conference 20 Semifinals:
#5 Caroline vs. #1 Hanover, 5pm at Hanover HS


Conference 11 Semifinals (at Deep Run HS):
#4 Deep Run vs. #1 Atlee, 5:30pm
#3 Mills Godwin vs. #2 Lee-Davis, 7pm

Conference 20 Semifinals:
#4 Dinwiddie at #1 Hanover, 5pm at Hanover HS


Conference 11 Semifinals:
#4 Lee-Davis vs. #1 Atlee, 5:30pm at Deep Run HS

Conference 20 Semifinals:
#4 Hanover vs. #1 Midlothian, 5:30pm at Hanover HS


4A South Region Semifinal:
Heritage (Newport News) vs. Hanover, 3pm, Huntington Park


5A North Regional Championships:
Patrick Henry competes all day at the University of Virginia

Monday, May 26, 2014

Patrick Henry Softball WINS Inaugural Conference 16 Title....

Another shutout performance by Candace Whittemore, coupled with great defense and timely hitting, gave Patrick Henry the inaugural Conference 16 softball championship today, 4-0 over Halifax County. The Patriots improve to 15-1 overall, winning their fifth straight district or conference title dating back to 2010.

Patrick Henry earns a bye to the quarterfinals of the 5A North Regional Tournament and will host a game next Monday.

Click HERE to watch an exclusive video interview with Ashley Samuels, Candace Whittemore and Grayson Radcliffe about the Patriots win!

Sunday, May 25, 2014


Here are the brackets for Conference 11 Boys and Girls Soccer. Quarterfinals are Memorial Day!


#8 Highland Springs at #1 Mills Godwin, Monday, 5:30pm
#5 Henrico at #4 Deep Run, Monday, 5:30pm
#7 Hermitage at #2 Lee-Davis, Monday, 3pm
#6 Douglas Freeman at #3 Atlee, Monday, 5:30pm

Semifinals (Tuesday at Deep Run HS):
Highland Springs/Mills Godwin winner vs. Henrico/Deep Run winner, 5:30pm
Hermitage/Lee-Davis winner vs. Douglas Freeman/Atlee winner, 7:30pm

Championship Game:
Semifinal Winners, Thursday, 7:30pm at Deep Run HS


#8 Hermitage at #1 Atlee, Monday, 7:30pm
#5 Henrico at #4 Lee-Davis, Monday, 5pm
#7 Highland Springs at #2 Mills Godwin, Monday, 7:30pm
#6 Douglas Freeman at #3 Deep Run, Monday, 7:30pm

Semifinals (Wednesday at Deep Run HS):
Hermitage/Atlee winner vs. Henrico/Lee-Davis winner, 5:30pm
Highland Springs/Mills Godwin winner vs. Douglas Freeman/Deep Run winner, 7:30pm

Championship Game:
Semifinal Winners, Thursday, 5:30pm at Deep Run HS

Saturday, May 24, 2014


#1 Atlee def. #8 Henrico by forfeit
#5 Hermitage at #4 Deep Run, Monday, 6pm
#7 Highland Springs at #2 Lee-Davis, Monday, 5pm
#6 Douglas Freeman at #3 Mills Godwin, Monday, 6pm

SEMIFINALS (at Deep Run HS):
Hermitage/Deep Run winner vs. #1 Atlee, Wednesday, 5:30pm
Freeman/Godwin winner vs. Highland Springs/Lee-Davis winner, Wednesday, 7pm

Semifinal Winners, Thursday, 6:30pm, Deep Run HS

Friday, May 23, 2014

Lacrosse Results From First Round Action!

LACROSSE: Richmond Group Quarterfinal Scores:

BOYS: #2 Atlee 13, #7 Mills Godwin 1; #3 Hanover 19, #6 Lee-Davis 5

GIRLS: #2 Atlee 18, #7 Lee-Davis 1; #4 Hanover 14, #5 Mills Godwin 6.

In boys play, Atlee and Hanover will meet for the third time this season in the Group semifinals, while in girls action, Atlee will meet Deep Run, who defeated Glen Allen tonight, while Hanover gets the winner of Hermitage/Douglas Freeman, which was postponed until Friday at 6pm due to tonight's storms.

Thursday, May 22, 2014


BASEBALL: Hanover hands Douglas Freeman its first loss after an 18-0 start, defeating the Rebels in the West End 6-3 Wednesday night. Derek Casey won the pitching showdown as the Hawks improved to 14-2.  Meanwhile, Mills Godwin handed Patrick Henry their second loss in 24 hours, beating the Patriots 7-0.

SOFTBALL: Patrick Henry avenged their only loss of the season, beating Mills Godwin at their Senior Night 1-0, the same score whereby the Eagles beat the Patriots in Ashland April 10th. In both games, a late inning solo home run was the difference. Tonight it was Ashley Samuels leaving the yard on the left field wall in the sixth inning. Candace Whittemore struck out 12 Godwin batters in the victory.  Patrick Henry faces Albemarle in the Conference 16 Semifinals Friday, 6pm in Ashland.

Atlee, meanwhile, shut out Henrico 20-0 to move a win away from the Conference 11 crown and the top seed in next week's tournament. Atlee travels to Highland Springs Thursday for their finale.

GIRLS SOCCER: Atlee is unbeaten no more. Taylor Guy had a hat trick as Mills Godwin erased an early 1-0 deficit and pulled away in the second half to a 3-1 victory. The Eagles are 13-1-1, the Raiders 12-1, but the Raiders still own the top seed at this hour on power ratings.

NOTE: All Conference 11 Tournaments in baseball, softball and soccer BEGIN on Monday, Memorial Day, May 26th.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

THE WRAP: SOFTBALL: PH Clinches Conference 16 Crown; Atlee Wins Conference 11 Showdown....

The Patrick Henry Patriots clinched the first-ever Conference 16 Softball regular season title tonight, defeating Hermitage 5-0 to improve to 12-1. Even if they lose at Mills Godwin Wednesday night in their season finale, PH has earned the top seed in the Conference 16 Tournament beginning Friday, and should host fourth-seeded Albemarle for the right to play for the conference title and clinch a 5A North Region berth.

(REMINDER: LISTEN LIVE to Patrick Henry at Mills Godwin Softball Wednesday night, 6:50pm on HCS Media Network here at!)

In the battle for first place in Conference 11, Atlee held off Lee-Davis 3-1 Tuesday night to improve to 12-4, overtaking the Confederates, whose season ends at 13-5 for the top spot. The Raiders host Henrico Wednesday and go to Highland Springs Thursday. Two wins will clinch the number one seed in next week's inaugural conference tourney.

Peyton St. George struck out seven as the Raiders scored two runs in the first inning and an insurance run in the fourth. Kylie Stonebreaker pitched for the Confederates, as Lauren McIntyre was moved to shortstop to replace Jordan Trimiew, injured in practice on Monday, also striking out seven batters.

A Patrick Henry win over Mills Godwin will likely earn Lee-Davis the number two seed in Conference 11. If they finish tied for second, Lee-Davis does hold a head-to-head tiebreaker edge, if that comes into play.

Lee-Davis boys soccer knocked off homestanding Atlee 1-0 in overtime to improve to 10-4, second place in Conference 11. The Raiders fell to 8-4-2.

In girls soccer action, Atlee remained unbeaten at 12-0 with a 6-0 shutout of Lee-Davis, who fell to 7-5-1. This sets up a showdown for the Raiders at Conference 11 foe Mills Godwin (12-1-1) tomorrow night, essentially for the top seed in next week's tournament and the regular season title.

BASEBALL: Lee-Davis improved to 12-5 with a 5-1 victory at home over Atlee (6-10). Patrick Henry was upset at Hermitage 6-5 in 8 innings. The loss may have cost the Patriots a home game in the Conference 16 semifinals this Friday. If they are the third seed, they'll have to travel to the second seeded team.

Hanover disposed of Highland Springs 14-0 and next go to undefeated Douglas Freeman tomorrow night in a rematch of the 2013 Central Region Championship game, won by the Rebels. The Hawks, however, eventually won the Group AAA State Championship.

TENNIS: Danny Polk and James Pollard each won Conference 20 Boys Semfinals to set up a Hanover vs. Hanover conference championship match, which will take place on Thursday.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Lee-Davis' Blake Rush Signs To Play College Wheelchair Basketball!

A triumphant day at Lee-Davis High School as Blake Rush signs his letter of intent to play collegiate wheelchair basketball, a sport offered by just eight universities, at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania!

On our YouTube Channel, Blake talks about his time as a Lee-Davis student, his decision to go to Edinboro, his Olympic hopes, and more, as he is joined by his parents, Kevin and Donna.

CLICK HERE to watch HCS Media Network's interview with Blake Rush!

(Pictured on front row are Blake Rush (center), with parents Kevin and Donna. In the back row are Activities Director Della Childress, Blake's brother Luke, and Lee-Davis principal Carol Moore)

Monday, May 19, 2014


It was a good night for Hanover High School.

Both the girls and boys lacrosse teams finished their regular season with victories at rival Lee-Davis, the women by a 13-5 score, the men with a 13-7 victory.

Kara Kane scored five goals in the girls victory, while the boys went on a 9-0 run in the first half to take a commanding 10-1 halftime advantage.

It is likely the Hanover boys, the #3 seed in the Richmond Group of the first-ever VHSL Lacrosse Championship Tournament for 1A-5A schools, will face Lee-Davis again in the quarterfinals on Thursday. Hanover would host.

Hanover girls lacrosse finishes as the #4 seed and could host either Mills Godwin or Glen Allen. Tournament brackets should be released sometime tomorrow.

SOFTBALL: Hanover improved to 11-2 with a 9-1 Conference 20 victory over J.R. Tucker. The Hawks are the #1 seed for next week's conference tournament, getting a first round bye. They have two games remaining in the regular season.

Atlee shut out Highland Springs 22-0 to move to 11-4, #2 behind Lee-Davis (13-4) in Conference 11 standings as the teams prepare for their showdown tomorrow night (heard LIVE on HCS Media Network at 6:50pm ET here at Lee-Davis currently has 5.35 points, Atlee has 5.13. Tomorrow night's winner has the inside track on the Conference 11 regular season title. Mills Godwin lurks just behind at 12-5 (5.00).

PLAYOFF NOTE: As of tonight, Patrick Henry is still #1 in Conference 16 at 6.416 points. Halifax County has finished its regular season at 16-4 (5.600 points), Orange County is done at 14-5 (5.158 points). Patrick Henry needs a win in its final two games, either tomorrow at Hermitage or Wednesday at Mills Godwin (LIVE on HCS Media Network) to clinch the Conference 16 regular season title and the #1 seed in Friday's semifinals. The top seed would play #4 Albemarle, the only team in the Conference with a losing record.

BASEBALL: Lee-Davis settled into the #3 seed for next week's Conference 11 Tournament with a 7-0 shutout of Henrico. The Confederates are now 11-5. Atlee defeated Highland Springs 7-2 and improves to 6-9, still two wins behind 4th place Deep Run (8-9). Atlee finishes at Lee-Davis tomorrow and at Highland Springs on Thursday night.

SOCCER: Patrick Henry fell twice tonight, as the boys lost at Mills Godwin 3-1 while the girls were shut out at home by the Eagles 3-0. Atlee boys soccer took a 3-1 victory over Highland Springs to improve to 8-3-2 and in a battle for second place behind Godwin in Conference 11 with Lee-Davis, whom they travel to meet tomorrow night.

PLAYOFF NOTE: The Lee-Davis at Atlee boys soccer match tomorrow night will help determine the second and third seed in Conference 11. Atlee is 8-3-2, Lee-Davis is 9-4. The Confederates enter the game in second place with 4.846 points, the Raiders third at 4.308 points. An Atlee win creates a tie for second with a game to go for both teams. It would also give Atlee the 2-0 regular season sweep of Lee-Davis. No word on whether head-to-head would help break a tie in Conference 11.

A Lee-Davis win would clinch the #2 seed in next week's tournament.

Friday, May 16, 2014


And we lose more games, but not all, to Mother Nature, this time mostly cancellations due to wet grounds as we're running out of time in the regular season. The list is below and see the bottom for SPECIAL notes:

Glen Allen at Hanover (Cancelled)
Lee-Davis at Varina (Cancelled)

Glen Allen at Hanover (Cancelled)

Glen Allen at Hanover (Cancelled)

Glen Allen at Hanover (Cancelled)

Atlee at Douglas Freeman (Cancelled)

Hanover at Glen Allen (Cancelled)
Atlee at Armstrong (Cancelled)
Varina at Lee-Davis (Cancelled)

Hanover at Glen Allen (Cancelled)
Atlee at Armstrong (Cancelled)

Glen Allen at Hanover (Cancelled)
Armstrong at Atlee (Cancelled)

Douglas Freeman at Atlee (Cancelled)

Atlee at Douglas Freeman (Cancelled)

The softball games between Lee-Davis and Varina WILL be played on their ORIGINAL schedule this evening. The JV game is at L-D at 6pm, the Varsity game is at Varina starting at 7pm!

The Lee-Davis/James River lacrosse matches are ON tonight at River City SportsPlex with following updated schedule:

Varsity Girls and JV Boys play their matches at 5:30pm
Varsity Boys and JV Girls play their matches at 7pm.

Thursday, May 15, 2014

LIVE TWEETING: Softball: Atlee (10-3) at Manchester (11-3)

These two teams may be on a collision course for the early rounds of the 5A South Region, but first have work to do in their respective conferences.

The Raiders and Lancers begin today at 4:30, trying to beat the storm. LIVE tweet coverage available exclusively at @hanoversports !!

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

GAMEDAY LIVE: James River at Hanover Girls Lacrosse on HCS Media Network

If we can hold the rain, thunder and lightning at bay, maybe we can get in what promises to be an excellent lacrosse match tonight, as the 5-4 James River Rapids come to Hanover to battle the 5-4 Hawks!

HCS Media Network's LIVE coverage of the match will begin at 6:50PM eastern time!  There are two ways to listen:

1) On the Mixlr Player at the top of our website above (click on the circle of dots!)

2) Bookmark our Mobile Link to listen to ALL HCS Media Network broadcasts on your smartphone or tablet!!  Do that by CLICKING HERE!

Rob Witham will be on the call tonight live at Hanover High School as our homestretch coverage of the 2014 spring seasons continues!!

Monday, May 12, 2014

VIDEO INTERVIEW: Lee-Davis' Volleyball Standout Brooke Bowman Talks Guilford College!

Soon she'll be a Quaker!

At a ceremony Monday honoring Brooke Bowman's commitment to play college volleyball in the ODAC at Guilford College, Brooke paused to talk with HCS Media Network for a few moments about her decision, her past, and what she'll miss most about her time as a Lee-Davis Confederate!

Watch her video interview on our YouTube Channel by CLICKING HERE!

Congratulations, Brooke!!

(Brooke Bowman, Lee-Davis Class of 2014, shown with parents Todd and Michelle Bowman)

Friday, May 09, 2014


Atlee softball has righted the ship.

This time the bats came through early as the Raiders sailed to their fourth win in seven days, turning a 3-3 start and lots of uncertainty into a 7-3 record and tons of momentum with a 7-3 victory. Lee-Davis falls to 10-4 and gets Henrico Friday before getting ready for a rematch with Hanover at home Tuesday night.

In other action, Lee-Davis shut out Atlee in baseball 12-0. In boys soccer, Atlee nipped Lee-Davis 2-1 in overtime, while Hanover shut out Varina 3-0.

In girls lacrosse, Lee-Davis nipped Patrick Henry 9-8, while Hanover shut out Hermitage 16-0. The Atlee boys snapped a two-game losing streak with a 16-1 win over Lee-Davis.

JUST ADDED: HCS Media Network will provide LIVE coverage of Lee-Davis at Patrick Henry Boys Lacrosse on Saturday at 9:50AM ET. Listen live by clicking on the Mixlr player at the top of our website or bookmark the link below for any mobile device!  The link is good for ALL HCS Media Network broadcasts of live high school sports!

Tuesday, May 06, 2014

GAMEDAY: LISTEN LIVE to Atlee vs. Glen Allen Softball!!

Atlee softball is out for both momentum, and a bit of revenge, as they host Glen Allen tonight!  Their 3-1 loss to the Jaguars earlier this season was their first loss to Glen Allen ever. But after knocking off previously unbeaten Hanover Friday to split their season series, and to improve to 4-3, the Raiders are looking to move onward and upward.

LISTEN LIVE to tonight's game if you aren't able to join us at Atlee at 6:50PM ET by clicking on the big circle in the Mixlr Player above HERE on this webpage!  Join Rob Witham for all the action LIVE as the Jaguars and Raiders collide one last time in 2014!