Wednesday, September 30, 2015

High School Football Schedule Changes

Armstrong at #11 Lee-Davis is now TONIGHT at 7pm. (The Homecoming Parade at Lee-Davis has been cancelled. The Homecoming Dance is postponed to Saturday October 17th.)

#10 Hanover (3-1) at Patrick Henry (3-1), Monday, 7pm.

Atlee (3-1) at #3 Highland Springs (3-1), Monday, 7pm. (Listen LIVE on WHAN Radio, 102.9 FM, 1430 AM, and online on RVA Sports Network by CLICKING HERE.)

For all the schedule changes across the Central Region, CLICK HERE!

THE WRAP: Rivalry Night Volleyball....

BOYS: Atlee overcame an 0-1 deficit, finding just enough holes in the Patrick Henry defense for timely kills as the Raiders came back for a 3-1 victory Tuesday night in Ashland. The Raiders, ranked second in the RVA Sports Network Super 6 Boys Volleyball poll, improved to 12-2. Cole Carrano of Patrick Henry had a fine match, with 14 kills and 12 digs for the 7-5 Patriots.

Hanover swept Lee-Davis in three sets Tuesday as Lee Olenyik had eleven kills, while Cory Peel had eight.

GIRLS: Atlee swept Patrick Henry Tuesday as Madison Whitehurst registered 13 kills to help the fourth ranked Raiders. Scores were 25-17, 25-18, 25-11.

(RVA Sports Network correspondent Taylor Luck filed the below report on the showdown between third-ranked Hanover and Lee-Davis)

Tuesday evening featured a rivalry match-up between the Hanover Hawks and Lee-Davis Confederates girls volleyball teams. Both schools debuted in the top 5 of last week’s Super 6 rankings, and looked to build on their success with a big win over another ranked opponent. It was a well fought match, but in the end Hanover was the more disciplined team and capitalized on a buffet of mistakes by Lee-Davis and took the win 3-1
The Confederates came out strong, and convincingly won the first set 25-16 thanks to some brilliant play by sophomore Mackenzie Wright, but were beaten 25-17 in set two by a resurgent Hanover. L-D found themselves down 7 points late in set 3 and attempted a comeback, but fell just short losing 25-22. The final set was close at first, but the Hawks went on a 10-3 run at the end to win the set 25-17, and secure their 3-1 victory.

Hanover was led by Miranda Hall’s 12 kills, Rebecca Hoover’s 18 digs, and Kendall Pully’s impressive 48 assists in the win. The Hawks extend their winning streak to 9 games, and improve to a 12-3 record on the season. They finish off this week at home against Highland Springs Thursday, and play host to Patrick Henry next Tuesday.ext Thursday.

Lee-Davis saw a great performance from senior Rachel Gaston, who led the team with 13 kills, 4 blocks, and 7 digs. Anna Soroka contributed 28 assists and 3 aces, and Mackenzie Wright recorded 3 aces of her own in the loss. The Confederates fall to 6-6 on the season, and will finish off this week with a home game against Armstrong on Thursday. Next week Lee-Davis will travel to Atlee Tuesday and have a home game against Deep Run. on Thursday.

#Super6 Field Hockey & Volleyball Polls...

Here are the latest #Super6 Field Hockey and Volleyball Polls from RVA Sports Network as announced Tuesday night on the "Central Region NOW!" Podcast, available for download at the top of the page.

1) Deep Run
2) James River
3) Atlee
4) Midlothian
5) Clover Hill
6) Cosby

1) Mills Godwin
2) Atlee
3) Colonial Heights
4) Deep Run
5) Midlothian
6) James River

1) Deep Run
2) Mills Godwin
3) Hanover
4) Atlee
5) James River
6) Goochland

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

New NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 High School Football Poll

The 4-0 Lee-Davis Confederates make their debut in our poll, as Hanover falls, Patrick Henry drops out and Atlee receives votes but falls just short....

1) LC Bird (5-0, was #1, at #6 Monacan)
2) Hermitage (4-0, was #2, at John Marshall Saturday, 3pm)
3) Highland Springs (3-1, was #3, vs. Atlee on RVASN Game Of The Week)
4) Benedictine (4-0, was #4, at St. Christopher's Saturday, 3pm)
5) Henrico (4-0, was #5, at Varina)
6) Monacan (5-0, was #6, vs. #1 LC Bird)
7) Dinwiddie (3-1, was #8, vs. Matoaca)
8) Thomas Dale (3-1, was #9, at Prince George)
9) Douglas Freeman (4-0, was #10, at Thomas Jefferson, 3:30pm)
10) Hanover (3-1, was #7, at Patrick Henry)
11) Lee-Davis (4-0, NEW, vs. Armstrong)
12) Manchester (3-1, was #11, vs. George Wythe)

College Information Night on Wednesday

Important announcement to parents of future college students:

College Information Night will take place on Wednesday, September 30 from 6pm to 7:30pm at Atlee High School.  Learn more about the college admissions process, financing for college, the importance of the college visit, and choosing a college major.  Panelists for these information sessions include representatives from Virginia Commonwealth University, Christopher Newport University, University of Virginia, and Randolph Macon College.  After their presentations, there will be time for questions and an opportunity for you to visit with local agencies where student volunteer positions are available.

Friday, September 25, 2015

THE WRAP: Week Five Football Finals....

Patrick Henry and Hanover suffer their first losses of the season while Lee-Davis is 4-0, beating Varina for the first time this century....

GAME OF THE WEEK: Atlee 44, #7 Hanover 40:
--Marcus Bazala rushes for 254 yards and five touchdowns, but it's not enough as Atlee, down 25-6 at the half, explodes for more points in the third quarter (31) than they had in total yards in the first half (26), as AJ Zollar scored three times and Clifton Woody returned a kickoff 82 yards for a score. The Raiders and Hawks are both now 3-1.

#5 Henrico 26, #12 Patrick Henry 7: The Warriors scored two defensive touchdowns in the first half and held the Patriots offense scoreless in the first Capital District game for Patrick Henry since the 1970's. The Patriots fall to 3-1, and host Hanover next Friday.

Lee-Davis 28, Varina 12: The Confederates hold the Blue Devils scoreless in the second half, moving to 4-0 with the victory. They host Armstrong next Friday, then travel to Atlee for a special Saturday game on October 10th for the Raiders' 25th Anniversary Homecoming.


Game Of The Week: Atlee (3-1) at Highland Springs (3-1), 6:30pm on WHAN (102.9 FM/1430 AM) and online HERE at from RVA Sports Network

Hanover (3-1) at Patrick Henry (3-1)

Armstrong (1-3) at Lee-Davis (4-0)


Here's #TheLineUp for tonight's action. Bring your ponchos and rain gear, as it will be wet!

#12 Patrick Henry (3-0) at #5 Henrico (3-0), 7pm (NBC12 will be live at this game at 6pm and for "On The Sidelines" at 11:15!)

Varina (1-2) at Lee-Davis (3-0), 7pm (Our Taylor Luck will LIVE tweet this game at @TaylorRVASN)

RVA Sports Network Game of The Week:
Atlee (2-1) at #7 Hanover (3-0), 7pm (LISTEN LIVE on WHAN, 102.9 FM, 1430 AM, and online by CLICKING HERE for RVASN coverage by clicking the black RadiAll button!)

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

#TheLineUp For Wednesday September 23

It's a light schedule as county schools are closed due to the UCI Road World Championships coming through the county today.

To see today's UCI schedule, click HERE for the guide from our friends at NBC12!

Atlee vs Hanover, 4pm, Hanover CC

Highland Springs at Hanover, 6pm

#5 Deep Run at Patrick Henry, 7pm

Patrick Henry at #1 Deep Run, 7pm


Patrick Henry 3, Lee-Davis 1
Atlee 3, Hanover 0

Lee-Davis 3, Patrick Henry 0
Hanover 3, Atlee 0

Lee-Davis 11, Varina 0

(RVASN correspondent Taylor Luck contributes this report on Patrick Henry boys volleyball win over Lee-Davis....)

It took an all-around team effort and some spectacular play from seniors Cole Carrano, Dalton Nash, and George Stiles, but the Patrick Henry boys volleyball team defeated Lee-Davis Tuesday night. Both teams played strict defense, but by the end of the match Lee-Davis simply made too many mistakes and Patrick Henry was able to pull ahead and secure a win on the road.

The Patriots took the first set by a score of 25-20 on the back of libero George Stiles, but dropped the second set 25-20. PH bounced back and blew out L-D in the third set 25-18, and secured the win in the fourth set 25-20 en route to a 3-1 victory over the Confederates.

Patrick Henry improved to 7-3 on the year, and play at home Wednesday against Deep Run and next Tuesday against Atlee. The Patriots then hit the road to face Henrico on Thursday, October 1st.

Lee Davis fell to 2-5 with a 1-2 conference record. They play on the road on Thursday at Henrico and next Tuesday at Hanover before heading back home to face Armstrong on October 1st.

#TheLineUp For Tuesday September 22

J.R Tucker vs Patrick Henry, 4pm, Hanover CC

Capital District Meet, Boys and Girls, 5pm at Pole Green Park (all four county teams to compete)

Varina at Lee-Davis, 6pm

Atlee at Hanover, 7pm
Patrick Henry at Lee-Davis, 7pm (Live Tweet Coverage from our @TaylorRVASN on @hanoversports)

Hanover at Atlee, 7pm (Live Tweet Coverage on @hanoversports)
Lee-Davis at Patrick Henry, 7pm

Monday, September 21, 2015


Lauren Wolfgang's goal nearly midway through the second half gave Lee-Davis the winning cushion, defeating rival Hanover 2-1 Monday evening. Justine Anneveld had the other Lee-Davis goal, which was in the first half, eight minutes after Kora Kane had given the Hawks a 1-0 lead eleven minutes into the match.

Hanover fell to 3-2-1, while Lee-Davis improved to 3-2. The Hawks are off until next Monday when they host Patrick Henry, while Lee-Davis hosts Varina Tuesday, then travel to Conference 11 rival Douglas Freeman on Thursday.

Meanwhile, Atlee used the successful combination of Hayley Anna offense and Numa Rehmani goaltending to defeat Patrick Henry Monday 3-0 to improve to 4-2. Reaghan Kolb had the other goal for the Raiders.

Patrick Henry falls to 2-4, goes to Hanover next Monday, then to Glen Allen the following night. The Patriots will not play again in Ashland until October 12th.

Saturday, September 19, 2015


#7 Hanover 24, #12 Hopewell 19 (three rushing scores for Marcus Bazala as Hawks go to 3-0)

Douglas Freeman 21, #8 Atlee 14 (Raiders lose JJ Givens to injury in third quarter, allow winning touchdown with 9:57 left, now 2-1, go to Hanover next week on #GameOfTheWeek)

Patrick Henry 35, Mills Godwin 21 (Patriots move to 3-0, travel to 3-0 #5 Henrico next Friday for first Capital District game since the late 1970s..."

Lee-Davis 47, Glen Allen 0 (As heard live on WHAN 102.9 FM and RVA Sports Network online; Chase Mummau finds six different receivers, throwing for 253 yards and two touchdowns in one half of work. Nathan Evans, 103 yards rushing, three touchdowns, L-D now 3-0, host Varina next Friday).

(County schools end non-district action with combined 11-1 record...)

Friday, September 18, 2015

FOOTBALL FRIDAY: #TheLineUp For September 18th

#RVASN Game Of The Week: Lee-Davis (2-0) at Glen Allen (0-2), airtime 6:30pm on WHAN Radio, 102.9 FM and 1430 AM, plus online from RVA Sports Network by CLICKING HERE!

#7 Hanover (2-0) at #12 Hopewell (2-0), 7:30pm (Our Taylor Luck will LIVE Tweet tonight in Hopewell, follow him at @TaylorRVASN, plus we'll retweet on @hanoversports!)

#8 Atlee (2-0) at Douglas Freeman (2-0), 7pm (This is the NBC12 Game of The Week; look for extended coverage tonight at 11:15 on #OnTheSidelines with Matt Estreich and Marc Davis!)

Mills Godwin (0-2) at Patrick Henry (2-0), 7pm (Follow @PatriotTalkLive for internet broadcast link and score updates)


--County teams have never started a season a combined 12-0, because since Hanover opened in 2003, they had always opened their season against Patrick Henry until 2015.

--Hanover quarterback Clayton Cheatham is again out due to injury tonight, Marcus Bazala will step in again. He scored five touchdowns in last Friday's win over J.R. Tucker.

--On our Game of The Week, Lee-Davis will look for its first 3-0 start in nearly 20 years, going back to the era of Mac McConnell, the winningest coach in Confederates history.

--Patrick Henry's student section will hold a "White Out" tonight in memory of Mills Godwin student and football player Tyler Wentz, who passed away tragically last weekend. Family and friends are holding a Celebration of Life Service tonight at Tuckahoe Little League, Field #9, at 7pm.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

#TheLineUp For Thursday September 17th

Patrick Henry vs Hanover vs Atlee, 4pm at The Crossings

Douglas Freeman at Atlee, 5pm

Armstrong at Atlee, 6pm
Hanover at Henrico, 6pm
Patrick Henry at Highland Springs, 6pm
Lee-Davis at Varina, 7pm

Armstrong at Atlee, 7pm
Henrico at Hanover, 7pm
Varina at Lee-Davis, 7pm
Highland Springs at Patrick Henry, 7pm

Patrick Henry at Mills Godwin, 7pm
Douglas Freeman at Atlee, 7pm
Hopewell at Hanover, 7pm
Glen Allen at Lee-Davis, 7pm

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

#TheLineUp For Wednesday September 16th

Patrick Henry at Meet at Collegiate School, 5pm

Atlee at Highland Springs, 5:30pm
Lee-Davis at Henrico, 6pm
Hanover at Varina, 7pm

Patrick Henry at Caroline, 6:45pm

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

#TheLineUp For Tuesday September 15th

It's #RivalryNight in boys and girls volleyball across the county....

Atlee vs Henrico, 4pm, Belmont GC

Henrico at Atlee, 5pm (LIVE Tweet coverage on @hanoversports)

Lee-Davis at Atlee, 7pm
Patrick Henry at Hanover, 7pm

Hanover at Patrick Henry, 7pm (LIVE Tweet coverage on @hanoversports)
Atlee at Lee-Davis, 7pm

NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 High School Football Poll

The latest poll sees minor changes as the Blue Devils of Hopewell move in as they prepare to host #7 Hanover Friday night...

1) LC Bird (3-0, at #10 Manchester Friday, 7:30)
2) Hermitage (2-0, vs Varina Friday, 7:00)
3) Highland Springs (2-1, idle)
4) Benedictine (2-0, vs Collegiate Friday, 4:30)
5) Henrico (2-0, vs JR Tucker Friday, 7:00)
6) Monacan (3-0, vs Clover Hill Friday, 7:30)
7) Hanover (2-0, vs #12 Hopewell Friday, 7:30)
8) Atlee (2-0, at Douglas Freeman Friday, 7:00)
9) Dinwiddie (2-1, idle)
10) Manchester (2-0, vs #1 LC Bird Friday, 7:30)
11) Thomas Dale (2-1, idle)
12) Hopewell (2-0, vs #7 Hanover Friday, 7:00)


Lee-Davis 1, Patrick Henry 0
Atlee 3, Hanover 2

Monacan 3, Hanover 1

Hanover 3, Monacan 0

Sunday, September 13, 2015

#TheLineUp For Monday September 14th

Lee-Davis vs Hanover vs Glen Allen, 4pm, Hanover CC

Hanover at Atlee, 5pm
Lee-Davis at Patrick Henry, 6pm (LIVE Tweet coverage at @hanoversports)

Monacan at Hanover, 7pm

Hanover at Monacan, 7pm

Hanover at J.R. Tucker, 7pm
Atlee at Mills Godwin, 7pm

Saturday, September 12, 2015


For the first time ever, all four county schools begin their football seasons at 2-0...

#8 Atlee 31, Mills Godwin 28--J.J. Givens with two huge interceptions in the fourth quarter, Chris Green scores the winning TD with 2:07 left.

Lee-Davis 49, Prince George 6--Confederates roll to a big halftime lead and are 2-0 for the first time over 15 years.

Patrick Henry 27, Glen Allen 0--Patriots shut out Jaguars for first 2-0 start since 2006, host Mills Godwin next Friday.

Hanover 41, J.R. Tucker 6--Marcus Bazala assumes the QB position and leads Hawks to a big win as Clayton Cheatham will be out several weeks recovering from injury.

Lee-Davis (2-0) at Glen Allen (0-2), 7pm (Game of The Week at 6:30 on 102.9 FM)
Mills Godwin (0-2) at Patrick Henry (2-0), 7pm
Atlee (2-0) at Douglas Freeman (2-0), 7pm
Hanover (2-0) at Hopewell (2-0), 7pm

Friday, September 11, 2015

CLICK BELOW TO LISTEN LIVE: Mills Godwin at Atlee!

CLICK HERE to listen LIVE as #8 Atlee battles Mills Godwin on the Game of The Week! Also available on 102.9 FM, WHAN Radio (and 1430 AM). The On The Sidelines Pre-Game Show Powered By Sheehy Ford of Ashland starts at 6:30pm!


All four county teams are home tonight looking to go to 2-0 on the season!

GAME OF THE WEEK: Mills Godwin (0-1) at #8 Atlee (1-0), 7pm (Listen LIVE on 102.9 FM, 1430 AM and by CLICKING HERE for online coverage from RVA Sports Network!)

Glen Allen (0-1) at Patrick Henry (1-0), 7pm (@PatriotTalkLive will keep us posted on this game throughout the evening.)

J.R. Tucker (0-1) at #7 Hanover (1-0), 7pm

Prince George (1-0) at Lee-Davis (1-0), 7pm (Our reporter Taylor Luck will be at LD with live tweet updates all evening long for @hanoversports!  Follow him at @TaylorRVASN!)

For constant real-time updates on all the action tonight, remember to follow @hanoversports on Twitter, part of the RVA Sports Network!

  (Listen LIVE as Mills Godwin battles Atlee tonight on 102.9 FM WHAN Radio!)

Thursday, September 10, 2015

#TheLineUp For Thursday September 10th

UPDATED to reflect changes due to today's weather....

Hanover vs. Patrick Henry, 4pm, Hanover Country Club

Hermitage at Lee-Davis, POSTPONED
Patrick Henry at Glen Allen, POSTPONED
Midlothian at Hanover, POSTPONED
Henrico at Atlee, MOVED to Tuesday September 15th

Hanover at J.R. Tucker, POSTPONED to Monday 9/14

Varina at Patrick Henry, 7pm
Lee-Davis at J.R. Tucker, 7pm
Hanover at Armstrong, 6pm
Henrico at Atlee, POSTPONED

Patrick Henry at Varina, 7pm
Atlee at Henrico, 7pm
Hanover at Armstrong, 7pm

Wednesday, September 09, 2015

LISTEN LIVE: Hanover at Midlothian Boys Volleyball!

CLICK HERE to listen to the rematch of the 4A State Boys Volleyball Championship as the Hawks renew their rivalry with the Trojans tonight at 7pm, ONLY on RVA Sports Network!

Tuesday, September 08, 2015

#TheLineUp For Wednesday September 9th

Here's #TheLineUp for a hot, humid Wednesday that does hold promise for possible storms later tonight.....

Lee-Davis vs Varina, Glen Allen, Henrico & JR Tucker, 5pm, Crump Park

Highland Springs at Patrick Henry, 5:30pm
Henrico at Hanover, 6pm
Varina at Lee-Davis, 7pm

Atlee at Mills Godwin, 5:30pm

Patrick Henry at Glen Allen, 7pm
Atlee at Mills Godwin, 7pm
Lee-Davis at Prince George, 7pm

Hanover at Midlothian, 7pm (LISTEN LIVE on #RVASN by CLICKING HERE)

Midlothian at Hanover, 7pm

NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 Football Poll

No changes around the top, but some reshuffling in the second tier of teams as we get ready for Week 3 action this Friday!


1) LC Bird (2-0, was #1, host Midlothian, 7:30pm)
2) Hermitage (2-0, was #2, idle this week)
3) Highland Springs (1-1, was #3, hosts Meadowbrook, 7pm)
4) Benedictine (1-0, was #4, at Bishop Sullivan, 7pm)
5) Henrico (1-0, was #5, at Deep Run, 7pm)
6) Monacan (2-0, was #6, at Cosby, 7:30pm)
7) Hanover (1-0, was #7, hosts J.R. Tucker, 7pm)
8) Atlee (1-0, was #10, hosts Mills Godwin, 7pm**)
9) Dinwiddie (1-1, was #8, at Caroline, 7pm)
10) Manchester (1-0, was #12, at Huguenot, 7:30pm)
11) Powhatan (1-0, NEW, at Hopewell, 7pm)
12) Thomas Dale (1-1, was #9, at Varina, 7pm)

Monday, September 07, 2015

#TheLineUp For Tuesday September 8th

It's the first day of the 2015-16 school year, but fall sports are already in high gear! Here's a look at the action coming on this Tuesday as the Patriots take center stage....

Patrick Henry vs. Maggie Walker GS, 4pm at The Crossings

Patrick Henry at Hermitage, 7pm

Hermitage at Patrick Henry, 7pm

Saturday, September 05, 2015


GAME OF THE WEEK: #7 Hanover 38, #8 Dinwiddie 27: Clayton Cheatham rushes for 167 and two touchdowns while Marcus Bazala rushes for 85 yards, also with two scores, as the Hawks shut down the Generals' offense in the fourth quarter to earn the road victory. Hanover is 1-0.

Lee-Davis 28, J.R. Tucker 10: Chase Mummau and Nathan Evans combine for over 300 yards rushing as the Confederates win their first season opener in fifteen years.

Patrick Henry 68, Caroline 34: The Patriots explode for their most prolific offensive output in eight years, winning their first season opener since 2006.

Glen Allen at Patrick Henry
Prince George at Lee-Davis
J.R. Tucker at Hanover
Mills Godwin at Atlee (LIVE on 102.9 FM, 1430 AM and at

Friday, September 04, 2015

Atlee 52, Deep Run 13

Atlee pulls away in the second half as their defense stiffens and quarterback Rasharrd Harris throws for 327 yards and four touchdowns, rushing for a fifth, for a 52-13 opening night win over Deep Run Thursday.

The tenth-ranked Raiders improve to 1-0 and give them seven straight opening game wins as well as a seven-game winning streak over the Wildcats. Deep Run hasn't defeated Atlee since 2008.

Atlee will host Mills Godwin, who open their season Friday night against #5 Henrico, next Friday, in a game to be heard live on 102.9 FM WHAN and online at on the "Game Of The Week", September 11th!

Tuesday, September 01, 2015

NEW NBC12/RVA Sports Network "Big 12 High School Football Poll"

Some changes in our second poll of the season. The two county schools ranked finally see action this week!

(Ranking, Team, Record, Previous Ranking)

1) LC Bird (1-0, #1)
2) Hermitage (1-0, #3)
3) Highland Springs (0-1, #2)
4) Benedictine (0-0, #4)
5) Henrico (0-0, #5)
6) Monacan (1-0, #6)
7) Hanover (0-0, #7)
8) Dinwiddie (1-0, #8)
9) Thomas Dale (1-0, #10)
10) Atlee (0-0, #11)
11) Cosby (0-1, #8)
12) Manchester (1-0, NR)

Dropping Out: Hopewell (0-0)
Also Receiving Votes: Hopewell (0-0), Powhatan (0-0)

FIELD HOCKEY: Lee-Davis, Hanover Win On Rivalry Night

At the same time, at two locations, all four county field hockey teams were in action against each other in the first what will be many simultaneous "rivalry nights" now that Patrick Henry has joined Atlee, Hanover, and Lee-Davis in the Capital District.

In Mechanicsville, which just barely missed a torrential rainstorm which could have forced a postponement, Lee-Davis allowed an Atlee goal just two minutes into the match, then shut down the Raiders the rest of the way, taking a 3-1 victory to improve to 1-1. The Raiders, who lost to 5A power Gloucester last Tuesday in their season opener 9-0, falls to 0-2.

Lee-Davis was led by senior captain Lauren Wolfgang, who scored both the tying and go-ahead goals in a seven-minute stretch to give the Confederates the lead for good at 2-1 with 17:48 left in the first half. Ciarra Ashworth added an insurance goal in the second half.

Faith Anna scored the lone Raider goal.

Meanwhile, in Ashland, it was the Kane connection as Kora Kane scored twice, Keri Kane once as the Hawks improved to 2-0 with a 3-1 win at Patrick Henry.

Diana Sagal scored the Patriots lone goal with five minutes left in the match. Patrick Henry falls to 1-1.

(A rainbow from a nearby storm appears over the stadium tonight at Lee-Davis...)