Monday, June 30, 2014

Special Report: More Changes To VHSL Reclassification (With Commentary)

Just when we had finished the first high school sports season in the "new era" of Virginia High School League (VHSL) Reclassification, the decks are about to be shuffled again.

It's the apparent result of both previously scheduled adjustments and concerns arising from a host of schools from across the Commonwealth.

Since the new alignment debuted last August, it was known that, every two years, adjustments to Conference and Regions would have to be made as school population levels fluctuated, new schools opened, and, in one case, two schools merging. The entire premise of the new 6A classification system was built on competition between schools with similar enrollment figures, with the hopes of more fair and equitable opportunities for all teams to compete for state championships, which in most sports were expanded from three to six.

In conjunction with the scheduled June 25 meeting amongst VHSL and individual school officials concerning the next alignment cycle, regions were able to express concerns about not just conference alignments, but other issues as well. One voiced multiple times was the way classifications, and the number of schools in each of the six, were divided. Another, not unexpected, was the new costs some schools are incurring with the new system.

When the 5A North representative, Stan Clements of Massaponax High School spoke, he noted that Patrick Henry had requested to be moved so that "all county schools would be in the same conference." After being in Conference 11 in a nine-team format that included Atlee and Lee-Davis, in the initial 2012 conference alignment, Patrick Henry then requested a move out of that conference, and the 5A South Region, to Conference 16 in 5A North, which, at the time, was just a three-team entity. Thus, this request is a "back to the future" move. In the end, it was only partially proposed (more below).

The concerns are not just in our area. C.D. Hylton High School wanted Conferences 4 and 8, which are in completely different regions of the 6A Classification, to merge for "financial and travel reasons for all Prince William County Schools".

At the April 8th meeting of this group, a "10 percent parameter" was proposed, using this "cushion" to make adjustments to the next cycle of conference and region assignments once the March 31, 2014 school enrollment figures were released. Most regions opposed the idea, and it was voted down in June by an 11-2 vote (Atlee principal Jennifer Cohodas, representing the 5A South Region, voted no, having supported it.)

Then, in another twist, the old met the new, as a motion was made and approved unaminously, to "move" Patrick Henry from the Colonial to the Capital District, in exchange for Glen Allen High School. Immediately, the question begs itself, why worry about District alignments that were part of the old system?  It gives indication that the VHSL will allow schools to continue allowing "regular season district play" prior to teams moving into Conference and Region tournaments through 2016-17. Some had believed district schedules continued in play just during the current two-year cycle (2013-14 and 2014-15) to allow schools more time to prepare for the complete changeover to the Conference format, meaning new opponents, rivalries, and in some cases, new travel costs.

So, when the proposed 2015-16 and 2016-17 Conference and Region alignments were released, so were new "proposed" District alignments.

If districts are "gone", why propose changes for another cycle? In the November 13, 2012 committee meeting, VHSL Executive Director Ken Tilley referred to districts such as the Capital and Colonial as "going out of existence".

So, from our cursory look at the minutes from the June 25th meeting, it looks like regular seasons for the foreseeable future will consist of "district" schedules from the past for many schools, changes for some, and more postseason Conference Tournament Games between teams who never see each other in regular season play. There are also some proposals that will end postseason matchups that survived the initial change to the new system.

To keep rivalries and cut down costs? It's certainly possible. It's also possible there's just not completely cemented agreement on the new system.

We certainly invite comment from anyone on the VHSL Alignment Committee. Appeals by schools to the proposed new alignment plan must be in the League office by July 24th. The Committee meets again August 11th and will submit a final alignment plan for approval on September 17th.

Here's the link to the proposed 2015-16, 2016-17 Region and Conference Alignments: CLICK HERE

Here are the proposed NEW Conferences which would be voted upon in September, taking effect in the Fall of 2015 (teams moved in bold with former Conference/Region (if applicable) in parenthesis):


Conference 3:
Clover Hill (12, 5A South)
Thomas Dale
Franklin County
Patrick Henry-Roanoke
James River (Midlothian)
Manchester (12, 5A South)


Conference 11:
Douglas Freeman
Glen Allen (20, 4A South)
J.R. Tucker (20, 4A South)

Conference 12:
L.C. Bird
Halifax (3, 6A South)
Highland Springs (11)
Prince George
Varina (3, 6A South)


Conference 16:
Atlee (11, 5A South)
Deep Run (11, 5A South)
Mills Godwin (11, 5A South)
Patrick Henry


Conference 20:
Huguenot (26, 3A East)
Powhatan (19)


--Conference 3 would become a seven-team conference, up from six, with five of the schools from Chesterfield County, Clover Hill and Manchester moving up in classification.
--Conference 11 would shrink by two to a six-team conference, with Glen Allen and J.R. Tucker joining close county neighbors Hermitage and Douglas Freeman. Lee-Davis would be the only non-Henrico school, now the "loner" in Hanover County.
--Conference 12 moves to seven teams, adding Halifax, and both Highland Springs and Varina, looking to keep those two Eastern Henrico rivals together now that they are in the same classification (Varina moving down from 6A)
--Conference 16 adds two teams, and three new members as Halifax departs. Atlee joins Patrick Henry, with far West End schools Deep Run and Mills Godwin joining them, ending postseason Conference games between, for example, the 2014 Conference 11 Baseball Championship between archrivals Douglas Freeman and Mills Godwin.
--Conference 20 is lessened by one to six teams, says goodbye to Glen Allen and J.R. Tucker (as well as Caroline) and adds Huguenot (moving up a classification) and Powhatan from a now-imploded Conference 19.

REMINDER: This is a proposal. Nothing is set in stone for the next cycle until, at the earliest, September 17th.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

HONORS: 5A All-State Softball Team With FIVE County Honorees!

Congratulations to the following student-athletes who were named to the 2014 VHSL Group 5A All-State Softball Team! Athletes from Hanover County are noted in bold:

Pitcher: Candace Whittemore, Patrick Henry
Pitcher: Sydney Harless, Great Bridge
Catcher: Ashley Samuels, Patrick Henry
Catcher: Cameron Hall, Atlee
Infielder: Emily Kenny, Stone Bridge
Infielder: Beth Ford, Patrick Henry
Infielder: Brooke McAllister, Albemarle
Infielder: Kinsee Stonebreaker, Lee-Davis
Infielder: Delaney Ambrose, Great Bridge
Outfielder: Cameryn Strother, Great Bridge
Outfielder: McKenzie Barlow, Prince George
Outfielder: Caylin Spencer, Massaponax
Outfielder: Stormy Zyzyk, Mount Vernon
Utility: Whitney Clements, Prince George

Thursday, June 19, 2014

HONORS: All-5A South Region Softball Teams!

Congratulations to the following student-athletes named to the 2014 All-5A South Region Softball Teams! (Richmond-area honorees are found in bold...)

Pitcher: Jessica McCabe, Matoaca
Pitcher: Sydney Harless, Great Bridge
Catcher: Cameron Hall, Atlee
Catcher: Lauren Duff, Hickory
Infielder: Kinsee Stonebreaker, Lee-Davis
Infielder: Jordan Clark, Manchester 
Infielder: Anna Kalasinsky, Princess Anne
Infielder: Delaney Ambrose, Great Bridge
Infielder: Maddie Wilson, Kellam
Outfielder: McKenzie Barlow, Prince George
Outfielder: Lindsay Hall, Manchester
Outfielder: Alexis Holstrom, Kellam
Outfielder: Cameron Strother, Great Bridge
Utility: Mikayla Fallejo, Kellam
Utility: Whitney Clemons, Prince George
Utility: Chloe Carr, Great Bridge
Utility: Kaitlyn Hoffman, Salem

Pitcher: Peyton St. George, Atlee
Pitcher: Sami Jackson, Princess Anne
Catcher: Taylor Wells, Manchester
Catcher: Kaylah Duplain, Kempsville
Infielder: Raine Wilson, Atlee
Infielder: Taylor Clark, Matoaca
Infielder: Kayla Hugate, Manchester
Infielder: Katherine Priester, Kempsville
Infielder: Kelsey Sweeney, Menchville
Outfielder: Becca Fields, Lee-Davis
Outfielder: Mattie Fitzgerald, Atlee
Outfielder: Claire Murphy, Hickory
Outfielder: Kellie Mulvehill, Kempsville
Utility: Haleigh Edwards, Prince George
Utility: Sydney Hill, Princess Anne
Utility: Haley Brickels, Kellam

5A South Region Player of The Year: Anna Kalasinsky, Princess Anne
5A South Region Co-Pitchers of The Year: Jessica McCabe, Matoaca & Sydney Harless, Great Bridge
5A South Region Coach of The Year: John Earley, Atlee

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Lee-Davis Football's Austin Rice Commits To Ferrum!!

Congratulations to Lee-Davis defensive end, linebacker, tight end, H-Back, split end, wildcat QB....and long snapper Austin Rice!  Rice is headed to play football, and study criminal justice at Ferrum College, a member of the USA South Conference.

Ferrum opens its 2014 season against ODAC member Emory & Henry on September 6th!

(Austin is shown with his parents Jimmy and Michelle Rice (seated), his head football coach while at Lee-Davis, Zac Hayden, receivers coach Rich Wooddy, and Activities Director Della Childress.)

Saturday, June 14, 2014

BACK-TO-BACK: Hanover Claims Another State Baseball Title...

For the second straight year, Hanover baseball gets a Sheriff's Department escort into Hanover High School. This year, though, without the tornado warning that plagued last year's celebration.

Derek Casey pitched a complete game and the Hawks offense broke open for their best performance in region or state competition, cruising to a 7-1 victory over Millbrook for the 4A State Championship.

Hanover finishes the season at 21-2, having not lost in Virginia all season, their only two defeats coming at the Forest Acres Spring Break Classic in South Carolina. After the contest and trophy ceremony, eleven Hanover seniors broke out their caps and gowns and received their diplomas down the third base line at Liberty Stadium in Lynchburg, about 30 minutes before the Hanover Commencement for the Class of 2014 began back in Richmond at the Siegel Center.

(Photo Courtesy of Kathy Denton)

Friday, June 13, 2014

THE WRAP: Hanover Baseball A Win Away From Back-To-Back Titles...

On Friday in Lynchburg, it was pitching, defense, and even some insurance runs, all coming together for the benefit of the Hanover Hawks.

The Hawks won their 20th game of 2014, pulling away late with three insurance runs in the sixth inning to break open a close game, and break the spirit of 4A North runner-up Sherando, defeating the Warriors 6-2 in a 4A State Semifinal at Liberty University.

Grey Lyttle, starting his fourth postseason game in the Hawks' last five, allowed two runs and five hits over 4 1/3 innings for the win. Lyttle struck out five, leaving the game with two aboard in the top of the fifth. Those two runners accounted for the Warriors' only runs on the afternoon when Hayden Fox lined a single into center to score Zach Henke and Reid Entsminger.

The Warriors left six runners stranded in the first four innings, two more in the fifth for a total of eight.

Hanover struck first in the third inning. Anthony Zona singled, but was forced out on a fielders choice from Brady Didlake, who reached first. Taylor McDougal ran for Didlake, advancing to second on a passed ball by Sherando catcher Chase Smallwood. He advanced to third when Josh Shepherd slapped an infield single towards short to put runners at the corners with two down.

With Cayman Richardson at the plate, Shepherd took off to steal second. The throw from the catcher was cut off by pitcher Adam Whitacre, catching Shepherd in a rundown. But it gave time for McDougal to score from third. Shepherd's slide went underneath the tag attempt of Connor Stevenson at first, continuing the inning, but Shepherd would later commit the third out again attempting to steal second base.

"We ran aggressively today, but not aggressively and smart," said Hanover head coach Charlie Dragum. "It's something we've been working on 30-40 minutes every practice: baserunning. There's no more time to practice now. We've got to be smarter."

In the fourth, Richardson reached on a ball that caromed off Henke's glove at shortstop, ruled a base hit. After being sacrificed to second, two batters later, Trevor Denton hit a single to right to score Richardson, whose graceful slide included his left hand going right underneath the catcher. Eliott Sledd singled next, scoring John Gregory, who had walked just before Denton's hit, making it 3-0 Hawks.

A defensive play and a break on the basepaths, both worked to break the back of Sherando. In the third inning with runners at first and second for the Warriors, Entsminger grounded to Richardson at short, who threw to Shepherd at second for the force play. Shepherd then faked the throw to first for the possible double play (it would not have been in time to get the runner), then fired over to third, where Denton tagged out Henke for the final out of that inning.

Then, in the sixth, Gregory was hit by a pitch, Denton laid down a perfect bunt towards first base for an infield single. Sledd next bunted for a sacrifice, but the throw by Whitacre to third for the force was late, loading the bases. Zona launched a fly ball to deep right caught on a run by Fox, the sacrifice fly allowing Gregory to score for a 4-2 game.

Jakob Pridemore bunted, and there was no play available for the Warrior defense. The bases again were loaded for Didlake. On the first pitch to him, Sherando caught Denton in a rundown between third base and home plate. Before he reached the plate, the home plate umpire ruled Denton was tagged out by Smallwood. But later discussion amongst the officials led to overturning the call, as the new pitcher, Ty Michaud, committed interference on the path near home plate, slowing Denton down to the benefit of Smallwood.

Sherando head coach Pepper Martin pleaded his case. Smallwood had to take Michaud away from the umpire. It was the final straw for the Warriors. Michaud later hit Richardson with a pitch, scoring Sledd with the final run of the game.

The Warriors were retired in order twice, in the 6th and 7th innings, by Trevor Denton, who didn't allow a hit, striking out two to wrap it up.

Hanover now faces 4A North Region champion Millbrook, 10-3 winners Friday morning over Grafton, for the state title Saturday at 1pm. The Hawks have senior ace Derek Casey rested and ready to go. Casey pitched six innings and got the win a year ago when Hanover won the 2013 Group AAA State Championship by defeating Great Bridge.

"Derek is ready. He'll be ready," Dragum said when asked by reporters about his number one starter.

Casey certainly will be a factor. But defense, and better work on the basepaths, will, too, be key, if the Hawks want to bring home their second state title trophy in as many seasons Saturday evening.

Thursday, June 12, 2014

UPDATED: 5A State Championship Tournament To Saturday/Sunday....

Patrick Henry softball will have to wait another day to play.

The VHSL, in anticipation of widespread rain and storm activity over Northern Virginia Friday, has postponed all 5A and 6A State Semifinals in spring sports to Saturday 6/14. The Championship games are now Sunday 6/15.

The Patrick Henry/Great Bridge 5A Softball Semifinal is at 12PM on Saturday.

NOTE: The 4A State Baseball Tournament in Lynchburg with Hanover baseball is currently STILL ON for Friday and Saturday.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

All-Conference 20 Softball Team!

We apologize for the delay; here is the All-Conference 20 Softball Teams, with All-Academic honors noted with (*)...

Pitcher: Kiandra Mitchum, Hanover*
Pitcher: Brianna Tarzia, Glen Allen*
Catcher: Jennifer Blake, J.R. Tucker*
Catcher: Maura Long, Hanover*
Infield: Karleigh Donovan, Dinwiddie*
Infield: Kristen Latham, J.R. Tucker
Infield: Kendall Arnold, Glen Allen*
Infield: Cameron Branzelle, Dinwiddie*
Infield: Kaylyn Shepherd, Hanover*
Outfield: Katie Smith, Midlothian*
Outfield: Zoe Millard, Glen Allen*
Outfield: Cammie Brummitt, Glen Allen*
Outfield: Mackenzie Wyatt, Hanover*
Utility: Kiersten Richardson, Glen Allen*
Utility: Carleigh Staszewski, Dinwiddie

Pitcher: Kara Deppe, J.R. Tucker*
Catcher: Dayna Scarberry, Monacan*
Catcher: Autumn Black, Glen Allen*
Infield: Erin Acors, Hanover*
Infield: Jordan Ellis, Monacan*
Infield: Maddie Stone, Glen Allen*
Infield: India Holmes, Caroline
Infield: Haley Gilbert, Hanover*
Outfield: Breanna Barthlow, Monacan
Outfield: Casandra Cooper, Caroline
Outfield: Cameron Cisik, J.R. Tucker*
Outfield: Caroline Batalias, Monacan*

Jenna Gravins, Midlothian*
Allison Marrow, Caroline
Annah Walsh, Midlothian*
Eryn King, Hanover*
Annemarie Beran, J.R. Tucker*
Summer Simulcik, Caroline
Blake Seal, Caroline
Sara Stephens, Midlothian*
Hannah Fritz, Glen Allen*

Conference 20 Pitcher Of The Year: Kiandra Mitchum, Hanover
Conference 20 Player Of The Year: Karleigh Donovan, Dinwiddie
Conference 20 Coach Of The Year: Stephanie Acors, Hanover

5A North All-Region Baseball, Softball, Girls Soccer Teams!!

Congratulations to the follow student-athletes for their All-5A North Region awards!


Pitcher: J.B. Bukaskas, Stone Bridge
Pitcher: Conner Hall, Edison
Catcher: Mitch Blackstone, Marshall
Catcher: Tristan Howerton, Halifax
1st Base: Tim Goeglein, Edison
2nd Base: Tyler Starling, Patrick Henry
2nd Base: Nick Trio, Brooke Point
3rd Base: Dave Mocabee, Stone Bridge
Shortstop: Scott Steger, Potomac
Outfield: Kyle Palmer, Stone Bridge
Outfield: Austin Gregory, North Stafford
Outfield: Alex Burke, Potomac
Outfield: Ryan Powell, Halifax
DH: Conor Boyle, Marshall
Utility: Tyler Bailey, North Stafford

Pitcher: William Strong, Patrick Henry
Pitcher: Jake Blevins, Potomac
Pitcher: Cullen Moore, North Stafford
Catcher: Eli Quiceno, Stone Bridge
Catcher: Brady Kaplan, Tuscarora
1st Base: Joe Trio, Brooke Point
2nd Base: Jordan Brown, Potomac Falls
3rd Base: Austin Meyers, North Stafford
3rd Base: Edward Hurtado, Mt. Vernon
Shortstop: Andrew McCann, Halifax
Shortstop: John Callahan, Stone Bridge
Outfield: A.J. Hart, Patrick Henry
Outfield: William Roukis, Freedom
Outfield: D.G. Archer, Albemarle
Outfield: Bradley Beougher, Mt. Vernon
DH: Jacob Seibert, Massaponax
DH: Ryan Hale, Broad Run
Utility: Michael Martinez, Broad Run

5A North Region Player of The Year: Mitch Blackstone, Marshall
5A North Region Coach of The Year: Sam Plank, Stone Bridge


Pitcher: Candace Whittemore, Patrick Henry
Pitcher: Madison Larson, Marshall
Catcher: Ashley Samuels, Patrick Henry
Catcher: Kamille Larrabe, Broad Run
Infield: Emily Kenny, Stone Bridge
Infield: Beth Ford, Patrick Henry
Infield: Brooke McAllister, Albemarle
Infield: Madison Sterner, Edison
Infield: Jade Fleming, Stone Bridge
Outfield: Caylin Spencer, Massaponax
Outfield: Amber Scites, Mountain View
Outfield: Stormy Zyzyk, Mount Vernon
Outfield: Kat Uher, Marshall
Utility: Nicole Badami, North Stafford

Pitcher: Taylor Barnes, Halifax
Pitcher: Erin Rockwell, Mt. Vernon
Catcher: Ashley Watts, Halifax
Catcher: Chelsea Brooks, Brooke Point
Infield: An Smith, Thomas Jefferson
Infield: Grayson Radcliffe, Patrick Henry
Infield: Rachael Payne, Brooke Point
Infield: Emily Pryor, North Stafford
Infield: Grace Mattimore, Broad Run
Outfield: Kendall Thomas, Patrick Henry
Outfield: Michala Pellegrino, Tuscarora
Outfield: Kyeneisha Logan, Halifax
Outfield: Casey Forbes, Briar Woods
Utility: Kirsten Doss, Halifax

5A North Region Player of The Year: Emily Kenny, Stone Bridge
5A North Region Coach of The Year: Shelby Webb, Patrick Henry


Forward: McKensey Ziegler, Briar Woods
Forward: Caroline Kerns, Broad Run
Forward: Kaitlin Bailey, Massaponax
Forward: Megan Schnell, Albemarle
Forward: Meghan Kammerdeiner, Freedom
Midfield: Abby Downey, Tuscarora
Midfield: Sara Deutsch, Broad Run
Midfield: Emily Fox, Stone Bridge
Midfield: Jazzy Loredo, Albemarle
Midfield: Rayven Conner, Briar Woods
Defense: Miranda Cowardin, Patrick Henry
Defense: Lauren Kelly, Briar Woods
Defense: Lexi Taylor, Broad Run
Defense: Bridget McGregor, Mountain View
Goalkeeper: Courtenay Kaplan, Tuscarora

Foward: Allyson Brown, Briar Woods
Forward: Alex Addington, Stone Bridge
Forward: Erika Tomayko, Mountain View
Forward: Katie Valery, Thomas Jefferson
Forward: Michelle Leung, Stuart
Midfield: Anna Heilferty, Stuart
Midfield: Anne Brady, Albemarle
Midfield: Mary Grace McGregor, Mountain View
Midfield: Victoria Coleman, Marshall
Midfield: Lindsay Gallagher, Stone Bridge
Defense: Abby Davison, Albemarle
Defense: Taylor Higgison, Lee
Defense: Kylie Sanders, North Stafford
Defense: Lauren Short, Tuscarora
Defense: Lydia Hall, Patrick Henry
Goalkeeper: Cecilia Keppeler, Mountain View

5A North Region Player of The Year: McKensey Ziegler, Briar Woods
5A North Region Coach of The Year: Ann Vierkorn, Briar Woods

Sunday, June 08, 2014

All-4A South Region Baseball Team!!

Congratulations to the following student-athletes named to the 2014 All-4A South Region Baseball Team announced today! All-Academic honorees are listed with an asterisk. All-Academic honorees were only announced for the First Team.

Pitcher: Derek Casey, Hanover*
Pitcher: Robert Fitzwater, Nansemond River*
Catcher: Michael Moorehead, Smithfield
Catcher: Tyler Lilley, Lakeland
1st Base: Kam Simms, Glen Allen*
2nd Base: Ricks Dearing, Grafton
Shortstop: Kieton Rivers, Nansemond River*
3rd Base: Trevor Denton, Hanover
Outfield: Randy Neisz, J.R. Tucker
Outfield: C.J. Freedman, Midlothian*
Outfield: Evan Lowery, Jamestown*
Outfield: Trevor Riggs, Nansemond River*
DH: Patrick Hall, Glen Allen*
Utility: Ryan Hiser, Grafton

Pitcher: Evan Sperling, Grafton
Pitcher: Gray Harris, Grafton
Catcher: Brady Didlake, Hanover
Catcher: Robert Fitzwater, Nansemond River
1st Base: Shane McCaw, Nansemond River
2nd Base: Michael Blackburn, Midlothian
Shortstop: Cayman Richardson, Hanover
3rd Base: Chase Williams, Nansemond River
Outfield: Austin Slough, Glen Allen
Outfield: Liam Lowery, Jamestown
Outfield: Ben Phifer, Tabb
Outfield: Duke Santora, Kings Fork
DH: Matt Holt, Nansemond River
Utility: Cal Bailey, Kings Fork

Pitcher: Matt Franklin, Midlothian
Pitcher: Mike Parmentier, Nansemond River
Catcher; Austin Hale, Dinwiddie
Catcher: Jordan Spouse, Grafton
1st Base: Luke Rodgers, Powhatan
2nd Base: Jarrid Johnson, Nansemond River
Shortstop: Spencer Brown, Grafton
3rd Base: Sean Hughes, Jamestown
3rd Base: Jimmy Barnes, Deep Creek
Outfield: Jakob Pridemore, Hanover
Outfield: Jefferson Knight, Lakeland
Outfield: Robbie Bradshaw, Churchland
DH: Matt Bochain, Jamestown
Utility: Nick Koutsoukos, Glen Allen

4A SOUTH REGION COACH OF THE YEAR: Charlie Dragum, Hanover

Friday, June 06, 2014


4A STATE BASEBALL SEMIFINALS (Friday June 13th at Liberty University, Lynchburg):

Sherando vs. Hanover, 3pm
Grafton vs. Millbrook, 9am (Change due to Grafton graduation at 7pm)
(If Hanover wins, 4A State Championship Game is Saturday June 14th, 1pm at same location.)

5A STATE SOFTBALL SEMIFINALS (Friday June 13th at Lake Braddock Secondary School in Burke):

Briar Woods vs. Prince George, 4pm
Great Bridge vs. Patrick Henry, 7pm
(If PH wins, 5A State Championship Game is Saturday June 14th, 2pm at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax.)

NOTE: Tickets are $10 for all VHSL Championship Games.


4A STATE BOYS TEAM SEMIFINAL (Monday June 9th in Lynchburg):

Hanover at E.C. Glass, 12Noon
(If Hanover wins, State Final is Saturday June 14th, 1pm at Liberty University, Lynchburg)

4A STATE BOYS SINGLES SEMIFINAL (Thursday June 12th at Liberty University):

Parker Wilson (John Handley) vs. Danny Polk (Hanover), 10am
James Pollard (Hanover) vs. Michael Drougas (Salem), 10am

NOTE: Winners play for 4A State Singles Championship that day at 1pm.

4A STATE BOYS DOUBLES SEMIFINAL (Friday June 13th at Liberty University):

Daly/Montemousque (E.C. Glass) vs. Polk/Pollard (Hanover), 10am

NOTE: Winners play for 4A State Doubles Championship that day at 1pm.

REGION CHAMPS!: Hanover Baseball, PH Softball Prevail....

Two teams take home Region Championship trophies tonight, as Hanover baseball shut out Grafton 2-0 in the 4A South title game, while Patrick Henry topped Briar Woods 6-2 on the road in the 5A North Softball Championship game.

Grey Lyttle and Matthew Corley combined on a shutout, as Lyttle struck out six over his three innings, then Corley entered to do the rest as the Hawks (19-2) plated runs in the third and fourth innings for the victory. John Gregory's two-out double in the third scored Cayman Richardson, while Jakob Pridemore's single in the fourth scored Elliot Sledd, who singled to start the frame.

Hanover advances to next Friday's State 4A Semifinals at Liberty University in Lynchburg.

Meanwhile, the Patriots opened up a 4-1 lead at Briar Woods, then rode the arm of Candace Whittemore, who completed 21 innings of work in 5A North Region play by allowing just three runs as Patrick Henry moved to 18-1 on the season. Briana Woody had an important two-run double in the top of the seventh to put the game away, as Briar Woods did mount a brief seventh-inning rally, but only scored once.

The Patriots take on Great Bridge, 5A South Region runners-up, next Friday at 7pm at Lake Braddock Secondary School in Fairfax County in the State 5A Semifinals, looking for their second trip to a state final in three years. Patrick Henry lost 3-2 in 10 innings to Cosby in the 2012 State Group AAA Championship Game.

LISTEN LIVE to PH Softball in Region Championship!!

Can't make it up I-95 to Briar Woods for tonight's 5A North Region Championship?

No problem!  Our friend Evan Hughes of "Patriot Talk Live" will be broadcasting the game via BlogTalkRadio tonight as the Patriots look for the Region crown and a #1 seed in next Friday's State Semifinals!

Listen to the game BY CLICKING HERE!

And remember to follow us on Twitter, @hanoversports, for real-time updates from tonight's 4A South Baseball Championship as Hanover hosts Grafton, beginning at 7pm!

Thursday, June 05, 2014

CHAMPIONSHIP FRIDAY: Hawks, Patriots Go For Region Crowns...

4A South Region Baseball Championship: Grafton at Hanover, 7pm.

5A North Region Softball Championship: Patrick Henry at Briar Woods, 6pm

(For directions to Briar Woods HS for the PH game, CLICK HERE!)

CONFERENCE 16 HONORS: All-Conference Teams!

Here they are!  The 2014 All-Conference 16 Teams for Baseball, Softball, and Soccer!


Pitcher: William Strong (Patrick Henry)
Pitcher: Chase Wilkerson (Halifax)
Catcher: Tristan Howerton (Halifax)
1st Base: Jacob Nash (Albemarle)
2nd Base: Tyler Starling (Patrick Henry)
3rd Base: Colby Mills (Patrick Henry)
Shortstop: Andrew McCann (Halifax)
Outfielder: D.G. Archer (Albemarle)
Outfielder: Ryan Powell (Halifax)
Outfielder: Trevor Coleman (Orange)
Outfielder: A.J. Hart (Patrick Henry)
DH: Kaleb Campbell (Albemarle)
Utility: Drew Shifflett (Albemarle)

Pitcher: Antonio Murphy (Orange)
Pitcher: Anthony Wood (Albemarle)
Catcher: Tanner Wood (Albemarle)
1st Base: Joe Buehren (Patrick Henry)
2nd Base: Richie Deloria (Albemarle)
3rd Base: Dustin Crews (Halifax)
Shortstop: Chesdin Harrington (Patrick Henry)
Shortstop: Ty Pittman (Albemarle)
Outfielder/DH: Garrett Johnson (Orange)
Outfielder: Josh Irby (Halifax)
Outfielder: Tripp Bennett (Halifax)
Outfielder: Connor Porco (Albemarle)
Utility: Jacob Haney (Orange)

Conference 16 Player of The Year: William Strong, Patrick Henry
Conference 16 Coach of The Year: Kelvin Davis, Halifax


Pitcher: Candace Whittemore (Patrick Henry)
Pitcher: Taylor Barnes (Halifax)
Catcher: Ashley Samuels (Patrick Henry)
Catcher: Ashley Watts (Halifax)
Infielder: Beth Ford (Patrick Henry)
Infielder: Brooke McAllister (Albemarle)
Infielder: Kirsten Doss (Halifax)
Infielder: Kaitlyn Johnson (Orange)
Infielder: Grayson Radcliffe (Patrick Henry)
Outfielder: Kendall Thomas (Patrick Henry)
Outfielder: Kye-Neisha Logan (Halifax)
Outfielder: Ashleigh Williams (Orange)
Outfielder: Briana Woody (Patrick Henry)
Utility: Gabby Spainhour (Halifax)

Pitcher: Hannah Jones (Orange)
Pitcher: Emily McAllister (Albemarle)
Catcher: Kaitlin Kean (Albemarle)
Catcher: Lexy Bledsoe (Orange)
Infielder: Paige Mitchell (Patrick Henry)
Infielder: Katie Taylor (Albemarle)
Infielder: Taylor Hensley (Orange)
Infielder: Tearra Goode (Orange)
Infielder: Michaela Cowell (Orange)
Outfielder: Khouri Turner (Albemarle)
Outfielder: Taylor Prokopis (Patrick Henry)
Outfielder: Alexis Williams (Orange)
Outfielder: Megan Puckett (Halifax)
Utility: Haley Brown (Albemarle)

Conference 16 Player of The Year: Ashley Samuels, Patrick Henry
Conference 16 Coach of The Year: Shelby Webb, Patrick Henry


Forward: Sophia Basso (Patrick Henry)
Forward: Gabby Nelson (Halifax)
Forward: Gabby Medley (Halifax)
Forward: Hannah Eiden (Albemarle)
Forward: Megan Schnell (Albemarle)
Midfielder: Anna Meyers (Patrick Henry)
Midfielder: Lucy Morrison (Halifax)
Midfielder: Jazzy Loredo (Albemarle)
Midfielder: Anne Brady (Albemarle)
Midfielder: Brooke Bauman (Albemarle)
Defender: Johanna Fallin (Patrick Henry)
Defender: Miranda Cowardin (Patrick Henry)
Defender: Lydia Hall (Patrick Henry)
Defender: Abby Davison (Albemarle)
Defender: Raigan Tarkington (Albemarle)
Goalkeeper: Grace Leytham (Albemarle)

Forward: Taylor Lemay (Patrick Henry)
Forward: Hailey McGrain (Patrick Henry)
Forward: Devin Petty (Orange)
Forward: Zahra Boukhari (Orange)
Forward: Jamie Barr (Orange)
Midfielder: Kelsey Nuckols (Patrick Henry)
Midfielder: Anna Bosworth (Orange)
Midfielder: Laine Harrington (Orange)
Midfielder: Mary Popek (Halifax)
Midfielder: Sheila Ford (Albemarle)
Defender: Rebecca Harvey (Orange)
Defender: Maddie Tingen (Halifax)
Defender: Hannah Glass (Halifax)
Defender: Madison Keck-Wilson (Albemarle)
Defender: McKenna Rohm (Albemarle)
Goalkeeper: Sabrina Amos (Halifax)

Conference 16 Player of The Year: Jazzy Loredo, Albemarle
Conference 16 Coach of The Year: Amy Sherrill, Albemarle


Forward: Hunter Johnson (Patrick Henry)
Forward: James Shaw (Patrick Henry)
Forward: Marcel Berry (Albemarle)
Forward: Kevin Salazar (Albemarle)
Forward: Colin Kashmer (Halifax)
Midfielder: Isaac Waggoner (Patrick Henry)
Midfielder: Kyle Vaughan (Patrick Henry)
Midfielder: Griffin Coffey (Albemarle)
Midfielder: Briggs Moyers (Albemarle)
Midfielder: Brendan Moyers (Albemarle)
Defender: Drew Lovinger (Patrick Henry)
Defender: Stephen Spencer (Patrick Henry)
Defender: Kyle Lacks (Halifax)
Defender: Jordan Parks (Albemarle)
Defender: Zach Mayo (Albemarle)
Goalkeeper: Matt Natale (Albemarle)

Forward: Logan Bulthuis (Patrick Henry)
Forward: Dylan Mullican (Patrick Henry)
Forward: Keith Jackson (Patrick Henry)
Forward: Tristan Hynson (Patrick Henry)
Forward: Adonis Krasniqi (Albemarle)
Midfielder: Clay Thomas (Patrick Henry)
Midfielder: Jake Mullican (Patrick Henry)
Midfielder: Keith Crews (Halifax)
Midfielder: Julien Rigaldies (Albemarle)
Midfielder: Tyler Hill (Orange)
Defender: Hunter Davis (Patrick Henry)
Defender: Peter Graf (Patrick Henry)
Defender: Brennan Hynson (Patrick Henry)
Defender: Brandon Claiborne (Halifax)
Defender: Shep Walker (Albemarle)
Goalkeeper: Isak Schafer (Halifax)

Conference 16 Player of The Year: Marcel Berry, Albemarle
Conference 16 Coach of The Year: Jeff Balnave, Albemarle

Wednesday, June 04, 2014

CLINCHED: Hanover Baseball, Patrick Henry Softball Earn State Berths....

County teams go two for three in 5A Region Semifinal action Wednesday night, the games that determine who goes to the State Final Four in individual classifications.

HCS Media Network was live in Ashland as Patrick Henry softball clinched their second trip to State Championship Tournament play in three seasons, defeating Stone Bridge 12-0 in the 5A North Region Semifinals. Ironically, Patrick Henry had to defeat Stone Bridge in Ashburn two years ago in the former State Group AAA Quarterfinal round to earn a berth to the Final Four.

The Patriots scored two runs in the first, again giving an early lead to pitching ace Candace Whittemore, who fanned 11 Bulldogs en route to another shutout. Patrick Henry broke the game open with seven runs in the fourth inning, putting the game on ice when Paige Mitchell, who started as a freshman shortstop on the 2012 state runner-up team, launched a grand slam home run over the right-center field fence in the rain to up the lead to 9-0.

Seven of the nine Patriots in the batting order had two hits or more, with Mitchell driving in five runs and Ashley Samuels going three-for-four on the evening. The Patriots move to 17-1 on the season, and will travel to Ashburn again, this time to face Briar Woods for the 5A North Region Championship on Friday night at 6pm. Both Patrick Henry and Briar Woods advance to the 5A State Tournament June 13th in Burke, Virginia at Lake Braddock Secondary School.

Head Coach Shelby Webb, in just her second season, was excited for her team, but most appreciated their workman-like attitude.

"The finality of it all is finally setting in. Players are thinking 'this is do or die'. They've really grasped the concept of 'this is it'. The thing that makes me most excited is their lack of excitement when they win. It shows you know you're not where you want to be yet."

A win this Friday gives Patrick Henry home field in the State Semifinals on June 13th. Three more victories gives them that elusive State Championship.

Hanover baseball will return to defend their State Group AAA Title after a nail-biting 3-2 win in eight innings at Nansemond River in Suffolk Wednesday night. Derek Casey started for Hanover but got the no-decision as the Hawks saw a 2-1 deficit disappear in the fifth against reliever Hayden Moore. Trevor Denton took over in the sixth, forced a pop out to end a Nansemond River threat with two runners aboard, and pitched the rest of the way for the win.

The Hawks, who play a different style of ball from last year's team that could count on big home runs in key situations, found another way to win as the winning run was scored on a bases loaded walk in the eighth inning. Denton closed out the game, and the trip to states, in the bottom of the frame.

Hanover will face Grafton at home this Friday at 6pm for the 4A South Region Championship. Both teams are in the 4A State Tournament June 13th at Liberty University.

The Atlee girls soccer team saw their season end Wednesday night as they saw their hopes for Conference 11 glory end last week: at the hands of the defending state champions.

Elizabeth Ball, who scored a golden goal for Deep Run's conference win over the Raiders last Friday, scored twice as the Wildcats eliminated Atlee a game short of the 5A State Tournament 3-2. Kate Lewis and Riley Cook scored for the Raiders, Lewis in the 14th minute to take a 1-0 lead, Cook in the 79th minute for the 3-2 final score. Atlee finishes the season at 17-3.

Hanover Baseball: Directions To Suffolk For Game With Nansemond River

Hanover baseball looks to clinch a return to the state tournament tonight when they travel to Suffolk to battle Nansemond River in the 4A South Region Semifinals.

If you're planning to go down to cheer on the Hawks, we have the directions!

CLICK HERE for the directions to the school in Suffolk.

Tuesday, June 03, 2014


A tough night for Atlee is salvaged by the girls soccer team with a win to move one step from the State 5A Tournament. A familiar foe is in their way....

5A South Region Quarterfinal: Atlee 1, Clover Hill 0

5A South Region Semifinal: Prince George 1, Atlee 0 (Raiders finish at 17-6 as Royals push home game's only run in the bottom of the 7th for the victory.)

South Zone Boys Semifinal: Western Albemarle 8, Atlee 4
South Zone Girls Semifinal: Salem 11, Atlee 9

Ironically, teams that lost were playing for berths in state tournaments.

Atlee girls soccer joins Patrick Henry softball and Hanover baseball playing in Region Semifinals on Wednesday night!

TUESDAY PLAYOFFS: Four Atlee Teams In Action!

It's Atlee Raider night in the 5A South Region playoffs and the VHSL South Zone Lacrosse Playoffs! Unfortunately, all the games are on the road.

5A South Softball Semifinal: Atlee vs. Prince George, 7pm at Lee-Davis (winner clinches 5A State Championship Tournament berth, advances to 5A South Region Final Thursday in Virginia Beach)

5A South Girls Soccer Quarterfinal: Atlee at Clover Hill, 7:30pm (Clover Hill was pre-determined neutral site for this round...)

South Zone Boys Lacrosse Semifinal: Atlee at Western Albemarle, 6:30pm

South Zone Girls Lacrosse Semifinal: Atlee at Salem, 6pm

Both lacrosse teams can punch a ticket to the first-ever VHSL State Lacrosse Championship Tournament with victories tonight!

FOOTBALL: Zac Hayden No Longer at Lee-Davis....

CBS6 News reported late Monday night that Zac Hayden, Lee-Davis' head football coach for the past four seasons, will not return for the 2014 season in that capacity.

Hayden went 24-18 with the Confederates in his four years at the helm in Mechanicsville, leading Lee-Davis to playoff appearances in both 2011 and 2012, where they lost in the old 5A Central Region semifinals to Atlee and Hanover respectively.

The Confederates finished 5-5 last year, missing the postseason, though as much due to the new 5A South region's decision to split playoff berths among Central and Eastern regions as opposed to allowing the top 16 teams in VHSL rating points to advance to the playoffs.  Had 5A South taken the top 16 teams regardless of location, Lee-Davis would have qualified.

No word yet on any possible successor. We'll have updates as we get them.

Monday, June 02, 2014



4A South Region Quarterfinal: Hanover 8, Jamestown 2 (Hawks advance to region semifinal Wednesday at 6pm at Nansemond River in Suffolk. The winner earns a regional final berth and a spot in the 4A State Tournament beginning June 13.)

5A North Region Quarterfinal: George Marshall 7, Patrick Henry 2 (Patriots season comes to an end with a record of 13-9.)


County teams go 2-2 in tonight Region Quarterfinal Rounds, as Patrick Henry and Atlee move on, while Hanover and Lee-Davis see their seasons end.

Patrick Henry jumped to a 5-0 first inning lead and never looked back, pounding Tuscarora 11-1 in a 5A North Quarterfinal. Paige Mitchell had three hits, while senior Kendall Thomas had two hits, including a bases-clearing double in the first inning, on the way to a 5 RBI performance. Patrick Henry hosts Stone Bridge, who upset North Stafford tonight, in a Region Semifinal Wednesday night. The Patriots are 16-1.

Atlee survived a pitchers duel, scratching a run in the 9th inning, then holding off Matoaca for a 1-0 victory in the 5A South Quarterfinals. Casey Barrett singled home Cameron Hall for the game's only run in the top of the 9th for the extra inning victory. The Raiders will face Prince George in tomorrow's 5A South Semifinal, as the Royals knocked off Lee-Davis 3-1, ending the Confederates season at the region level for the third consecutive season. Lee-Davis finishes 16-6.

At Hanover, the Hawks completed two comebacks, but couldn't do it a third time, as they fell to Grafton in a ten-inning thriller 3-2. The game, in 4A South Quarterfinal play, saw Hanover overcome 1-0 and 2-1 deficits, the latter in the 8th inning. The Hawks finish the year at 14-3.


4A South Region Quarterfinal: Grafton 1, Hanover 0. (Hawks finish season 12-4-1.)

All-Conference 20 Baseball Teams Announced!

Pitcher: Derek Casey, Hanover
Pitcher: Matt Franklin, Midlothian
Catcher: Austin Hale, Dinwiddie
Catcher: Brady Didlake, Hanover
1B: Kam Simms, Glen Allen
2B: Michael Blackburn, Midlothian
SS: Cayman Richardson, Hanover
3B: Trevor Denton, Hanover
OF: Austin Slough, Glen Allen
OF: Randy Neisz, J.R. Tucker
OF: C.J. Freedman, Midlothian
OF: Jakob Pridemore, Hanover
DH: Patrick Hall, Glen Allen
Utility: Nick Koutsoukos, Glen Allen

Pitcher: Chase McPherson, J.R. Tucker
Pitcher: Patrick Hall, Glen Allen
Catcher: Ryan Hickman, Caroline
Catcher: Garrison Wright, Glen Allen
1B: Jimmy Meloy, Dinwiddie
2B: Josh Shepherd, Hanover
SS: Rasharrd Harris, Caroline
3B: Grant Keller, Midlothian
OF: Eliott Sledd, Hanover
OF: Jay Chapman, Caroline
OF: Brandon Stout, Dinwiddie
OF: Jacob Revels, Monacan
DH: Troy Szalay, Hanover
Utility: Tanner Fuller, Midlothian
          Adam Desjarlais, Caroline

Utility: Bradley Langford, Monacan
1B/DH: Cole Grinde, Caroline
P/2B: Collin Hess, Caroline
OF: Gabe Whitten, J.R. Tucker
3B: Justin Pitts, Caroline
SS: Nick Koutsoukos, Glen Allen
OF: Scott Carter, Midlothian
SS: Tanner Fuller, Midlothian
DH: Tanner Jones, Midlothian
1B: Zack Ayoub, Midlothian

Conference 20 Player of the Year: Derek Casey, Hanover
Conference 20 Coach of the Year: Charlie Dragum, Hanover

All-Conference 20 Softball Teams Announced!

Pitcher: Kiandra Mitchum, Hanover
Pitcher: Brianna Tarzia, Glen Allen
Catcher: Jennifer Blake, J.R. Tucker
Catcher: Maura Long, Hanover
Infielder: Karleigh Donovan, Dinwiddie
Infielder: Kristen Latham, J.R. Tucker
Infielder: Kendall Arnold, Glen Allen
Infielder: Cameron Branzelle, Dinwiddie
Infielder: Kaylyn Shepherd, Hanover
Outfielder: Katie Smith, Midlothian
Outfielder: Zoe Millard, Glen Allen
Outfielder, Cammie Brummitt, Glen Allen
Outfielder: Mackenzie Wyatt, Hanover
Utility: Kiersten Richardson, Glen Allen and Carleigh Staszewski, Dinwiddie

Pitcher: Kara Deppe, J.R. Tucker
Catcher: Dayna Scarberry, Monacan
Catcher: Autumn Black, Glen Allen
Infielder: Erin Acors, Hanover
Infielder, Jordan Ellis, Monacan
Infielder: Maddie Stone, Glen Allen
Infielder: India Holmes, Caroline
Infielder: Haley Gilbert, Hanover
Outfielder: Breanna Barthlow, Monacan
Outfielder: Casandra Cooper, Caroline
Outfielder: Cameron Cisik, J.R. Tucker
Outfielder: Caroline Batalias, Monacan

Jenna Gravins, Midlothian
Allison Marrow, Caroline
Annah Walsh, Midlothian
Eryn King, Hanover
Annemarie Beran, J.R. Tucker
Summer Simulcik, Caroline
Blake Seal, Caroline
Sara Stephens, Midlothian
Hannah Fritz, Glen Allen

Conference 20 Player of the Year: Karleigh Donovan, Dinwiddie
Conference 20 Pitcher of the Year: Kiandra Mitchum, Hanover
Conference 20 Coach of the Year: Stephanie Acors, Hanover

Sunday, June 01, 2014

Monday Playoff Schedule!

Here's the lineup for all the Region Tournament action for Monday involving county teams!

4A South Region Quarterfinal: Jamestown at Hanover, 7pm
5A North Region Quarterfinal: Patrick Henry at Marshall, 6:30pm in Falls Church

5A North Region Quarterfinal: Tuscarora at Patrick Henry, 6pm
4A South Region Quarterfinal: Grafton at Hanover, 6pm
5A South Region Quarterfinal: Prince George at Lee-Davis, 5pm
5A South Region Quarterfinal: Matoaca vs. Atlee at Lee-Davis, 7pm

4A South Region Quarterfinal: Hanover vs. Grafton at York HS, 7pm

NOTE: We will Live Tweet from Patrick Henry/Tuscarora softball at 6pm with updates from other games. Follow us on Twitter for updates Monday evening!

4A South Regional Track: Hanover Girls Place 8th Overall...

Here are the top Hanover performances from the girls and boys teams at Saturday's 4A South Regional Track & Field Championships in Suffolk. Regional Champions in bold...

Girls Shot Put:
4) Jazmin McCormick: 34' 7 1/2"

Boys Shot Put:
6) Ryan Long: 47' 5 1/4"

Girls Pole Vault:
1) Samantha Seymour: 10' even

Girls Long Jump:
7) Taylor McCormick: 17' 2 1/2"

Girls High Jump:
5) Taylor McCormick: 4' 10"

Boys Discus:
1) Ryan Long: 149' 2 1/2"

Girls Triple Jump:
7) Taylor McCormick: 35' 5 1/2"

Girls 4 X 800 Relay:
5) Hanover (Burns, Chenault, Grant, Sadler): 10:03.23

Girls 400 Meters:
6) Kirsten Swindells: 1:00.96

Girls 800 Meters:
2) Annie Sadler: 2:19.67

TRACK: Double Team Champions at 5A South Regionals!!

Congratulations to the Atlee girls and Lee-Davis boys track teams for winning the 2014 5A South Regional Track & Field Championships Saturday at Atlee High School! The Atlee boys team was runner-up. Top individual performances are listed below!

Girls: 1) Atlee 100.5, 2) Manchester 53, 3) Mills Godwin 50
Boys: 1) Lee-Davis 100, 2) Atlee 73.5, 3) Highland Springs 57

Girls 100 Meters:
CeeCee Harris (Atlee): 2nd in 12.85

Girls 800 Meters:
Katie Gardner (Atlee): 4th in 2:21.67

Girls 1600 Meters:
Chloe Bavin (Atlee): 3rd in 5:07.29

Girls 3200 Meters:
Katt Grasberger (Atlee): 2nd in 11:29.15
Scarlett Bavin (Atlee): 4th in 11:41.63

Girls 100 Meter Hurdles:
India Lowe (Atlee): WINNER in 15.14
Carly Feyerabend (Atlee): 2nd in 15.21

Girls 300 Meter Hurdles:
India Lowe (Atlee): WINNER at 44.73
Zaliah Carey (Atlee): 2nd in 45.67

Girls 4 X 100 Relay:
Atlee (Carey, Brower, Feyerabend, Harris): 4th in 49.92

Girls 4 X 800 Relay:
Atlee (Gardner, S. Bavin, C. Bavin, Grasberger): 4th in 9:40.71
Lee-Davis (Doss, Lewis, Schrecengost, Rathert): 8th in 10:05.25

Girls High Jump:
Carly Feyerabend (Atlee): 2nd at 5' 6"

Girls Pole Vault:
Madison Angus (Lee-Davis): 2nd at 11' even
Jordan Lipinski (Lee-Davis): 3rd at 10' 6"
Numa Rehmani (Atlee): 4th at 10' even

Girls Shot Put:
Betsy Chilcoat (Atlee): 5th at 35' 3"

Girls Discus:
Betsy Chilcoat (Atlee): 4th at 112' 2 1/4"

Boys 100 Meters:
Haiden Lamb (Lee-Davis): WINNER in 11.09

Boys 800 Meters:
Tre Fields (Atlee): 5th in 1:57.27

Boys 1600 Meters:
Tre Fields (Atlee): 2nd in 4:25.42
Paul Adam (Lee-Davis): 6th in 4:32.61

Boys 3200 Meters:
Nathaniel Hall (Atlee): WINNER in 9:30.65
Paul Adam (Lee-Davis): 2nd in 9:35.07
Grayson Morgan (Lee-Davis): 3rd in 9:38.57

Boys 110 Hurdles:
Lee Warren (Lee-Davis): WINNER in 14.74
Korey Tyler (Lee-Davis): 4th in 15.72
D.J. Petty (Lee-Davis): 5th in 15.79

Boys 300 Hurdles:
Lee Warren (Lee-Davis): WINNER in 38.57

Boys 4 X 100 Relay:
Lee-Davis (Stattelman, Warren, Jordan, Lamb): 2nd in 42.89

Boys 4 X 400 Relay:
Lee-Davis (Franklin, Penna, Jordan, Hankerson): 3:26.13

Boys 4 X 800 Relay:
Lee-Davis (Morgan, Adam, Harris, Grant): 3rd in 8:00.70
Atlee (Hall, Segovia, Richeson, Hawkins): 6th in 8:10.86

Boys High Jump:
Richard Anderson (Atlee): Tied for 5th at 6' 1"

Boys Pole Vault:
Bryce Simpson (Atlee): WINNER at 15' even
Henry Buyas (Atlee): 4th at 12' 6"
Michael Doggett (Lee-Davis): 7th at 12' 6"

Boys Long Jump:
Blake Stattelman (Lee-Davis): 5th at 20' 11"
Gabriele Penna (Lee-Davis): 7th at 20' 8 1/4"

Boys Triple Jump:
Quintez Mason (Lee-Davis): 3rd at 45' 11"
Miles Johnson (Lee-Davis): 5th at 43' 1/2'
Justin Hall (Atlee): 6th at 42' 2"

Boys Shot Put:
Austin Cannon (Atlee): WINNER at 54' 11"
Evan Griffey (Atlee): 3rd at 49' 10 1/4"

Boys Discus:
Austin Cannon (Atlee): WINNER at 157' 8"
Connor Scott (Lee-Davis): 3rd at 134' 6"