In The Red Zone: Michael Rohr, New High School Football Home

Monday, October 31, 2011

Division 5 and 6 VHSL Point Standings After Week Eight

DIVISION 5:

1) Hanover 28.625
2) Atlee 28.375
3) Dinwiddie 24.5
4) Lee-Davis 23.750
John Marshall 23.750
6) Monacan 22.555
7) Midlothian 21.571
8) Hopewell 21.0

DIVISION 6:

1) Hermitage 31.5
2) Meadowbrook 30.5
3) Varina 30.0
4) Cosby 29.625
5) LC Bird 29.125
6) Thomas Dale 28.750
7) Clover Hill 27.0
8) Highland Spr. 26.750
9) Manchester 26.250

Friday, October 28, 2011

Hanover Defeats Lee-Davis

L.J. Jones rushed for 154 yards and three touchdowns, while Justin Peebles had a big game at wide receiver as Hanover held serve at home with a 38-20 win over Lee-Davis in the Hanover County High School Football Game of the Week tonight.

Andrew Knizner, in his second game starting for the injured Sam Rogers, went 11 of 16 for 162 yards with one touchdown to Peebles.

Israel Vaughan, the Lee-Davis quarterback, rushed 18 times for 162 yards, plus went 7 of 17 for 62 yards and a touchdown pass to Tyrell Eaton. Vaughan rushed for the other two Lee-Davis scores.

Hanover, now 4-1, 7-1, hopes to trip up Varina at home next week for a share of the Capital District title. Lee-Davis, now 2-3, 4-4, will face Armstrong at home next week in a fight for their playoff lives.

The Varina/Hanover game can be heard next week on WHAN Radio, 102.9 FM, 1430 AM, and here ONLINE at HanoverCountySports.org!

Listen to Lee-Davis/Hanover HERE Online Tonight!!

Click HERE to listen to Lee-Davis battle Hanover TONIGHT at 6:30 on the Hanover County High School Football Game of the Week!

Robert Wood, Jr. found alive!

GREAT news on this Friday in Hanover County. Click the title link for details on Wood's discovery this afternoon courtesy of WHAN Radio.

Week Eight High School Football Schedule

Lee-Davis (2-2, 4-3) at Hanover (3-1, 6-1)--THE HANOVER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL GAME OF THE WEEK!--Listen at 6:30pm on WHAN, 102.9 FM, 1430 AM and on the internet at the link to be posted above!

Atlee (3-1, 6-1) at Armstrong (0-4, 1-6), 445PM
Patrick Henry (1-3, 1-6) at J.R. Tucker (1-3, 2-5)
Midlothian (3-2. 4-3) at Clover Hill (3-2, 5-2)
Prince George (1-3, 2-5) at Colonial Heights (0-4, 2-5)
John Marshall (2-2, 5-2) at Deep Run (2-2, 2-5)
Dinwiddie (2-2, 3-4) at Matoaca (3-1, 4-3)
Thomas Jefferson (0-4, 0-7) at Douglas Freeman (2-2, 2-5)
James River (1-4, 2-5) at George Wythe (0-5, 1-6)
Glen Allen (1-3, 1-6) at Varina (4-0, 6-1)
Henrico (0-4, 3-4) at Highland Springs (3-1, 5-2)
Hermitage (4-0, 7-0) at Mills Godwin (4-0, 5-2)
Hopewell (1-3, 2-5) at Petersburg (1-4, 3-5)
Huguenot (0-5, 0-7) at Manchester (4-1, 4-3)
L.C. Bird (5-1, 6-1) at Monacan (3-3, 4-4)
Thomas Dale (5-0, 5-2) at Meadowbrook (4-0, 7-0)
Monticello (7-1) at Powhatan (6-2) (Jefferson District title hopes)
Goochland at Buckingham
Blessed Sacrament-Huguenot (6-2, #1 in D4) at Roanoke Catholic (7-2, #3 in D4)
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy (4-4, #5T in D2) at Trinity Episcopal (1-7 in D2) (330PM)

(BYE THIS WEEK: Cosby)

SATURDAY
Benedictine (5-3, #5 in D1) at Fork Union (3-5, #6 in D1)
Norfolk Academy (2-5) at Collegiate (1-5) (1:15PM AIRTIME ON WHAN RADIO!)
St. Christopher's (7-1, #3 in D1) at Woodberry Forest

Thursday's Fall Sports Results

FIELD HOCKEY:
(SEE POST BELOW)

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:

Atlee 3, Highland Springs 0 (Atlee now 14-0 in Capital, 19-2 overall)
Hanover 3, Armstrong 0 (Hanover now 9-1 in Capital, 10-3 overall)
Varina 3, Lee-Davis 1 (L-D now 6-8 in Capital, 10-10 overall)
Douglas Freeman 3, Patrick Henry 1 (PH now 8-8 in Colonial, 9-11 overall)

STAR PERFORMANCES:
Isaac Mackey, Atlee: 4 kills, 4 aces, 4 digs
Scott Brigham, PH: 18 kills, 6 aces, 9 digs
Michael Bradley, PH: 23 assists and 5 digs


GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:

Atlee 3, Highland Springs 0 (Atlee now 14-0 in Capital, 23-3 overall)
Lee-Davis 3, Varina 0 (L-D now 12-2 in Capital, 17-2 overall)
Hanover 3, Armstrong 0 (Hanover now 10-4 in Capital, 14-9 overall)
Douglas Freeman 3, Patrick Henry 0 (PH now 6-10 in Colonial, 7-13 overall)

STAR PERFORMANCES:
Kristen Black, Hanover: 4 aces, 10 kills, 6 digs
Kacie Melton, PH: 17 digs
Kim Mitchell, L-D: 4 digs, 2 assists and 3 kills
Hailey Brooks, Atlee: 5 kills, 9 aces, 14 assists, 2 digs

Hanover Wins Capital District Field Hockey Title

Abby Bellows led the Hawks with two goals as Hanover defeated Atlee 4-1 in the Capital District Tournament Championship last night. The Hawks took a 3-0 lead to the half and never looked back, winning their 16th game of the year.

Atlee is now 11-3 on the season. Congratulations to both Hanover County teams!

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Wednesday Fall Sports Results

FIELD HOCKEY:

Patrick Henry fell to second-seed Maggie Walker Governors School 4-1 in the Colonial District Tournament semifinals. Schyler Neal scored the PH goal while Kara Lloyd made 27 saves. MWGS is now 16-1, while Patrick Henry finishes 5-12-1.

In the Capital District championship game tonight, it will be #2 Atlee vs. #1 Hanover, with game time at 7pm.

CROSS COUNTRY:

(Courtesy of The Mechanicsville Local)

Nathaniel Hall won the Capital District individual title with a time of 16:12 and helped lead Atlee to the boys title, scoring 41 points.

Molly Breidenbaugh won the individual girls title with a time of 18:35, while the Raiders grabbed the girls title as well with 40 points.

Hall and Breidenbaugh were both named runners of the year, while Jim Triemplar of Atlee won coach of the year.

BOYS
Atlee 41, Lee-Davis 66, Glen Allen
68, Hanover 77, Henrico 148, Varina
162, Highland Springs 167
(3.1 miles at Pole Green)
Top 10: 1. Hall (A) 16:12; 2. Davis
(GA) 16:26; 3. Carmichael (A) 16:47; 4.
Poyer (H) 16:57; 5. Adam (LD) 17:00; 6.
Thornhill (V) 17:06; 7. Byrd (GA) 17:08; 8.
Nachman (H) 17:18; 9. Morgan (LD)
17:23; 10. Stevenson (LD) 17:29.24.

GIRLS
Atlee 40, Hanover 47, Lee-Davis 56,
Glen Allen 104, Henrico 136, Highland
Springs 181, Varina 194
(3.1 miles at Pole Green)
Top 10: 1. Breidenbaugh (H) 18:35;
2. Sadler (H) 19:46.34; 3. Sperry (GA)
19:46.57; 4. Doss (LD) 20:10; 5. Turnage
(LD) 20:16; 6. Bennett (A) 20:25; 7. S. Bavin
(A) 20:32; 8. Gardner (A) 20:35; 9. C.
Bavin (A) 20:38; 10. Bland (A) 20:44.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Tuesday's Fall Sports Results

FIELD HOCKEY:

CAPITAL DISTRICT TOURNAMENT:

Second-seeded Atlee defeated third-seeded Lee-Davis 2-1 in double overtime to advance to the District Finals where they will play top-seeded Hanover. Emily Dietrick scored the game winning goal in the second overtime period. Hanover defeated Henrico in the other semifinal match, 2-1, scoring both of their goals in the first half.

Lee-Davis finishes their season with a record of 7-6, while Atlee improves to 11-2 and Hanover to 15-2.

The Raiders and Hawks meet for the Capital District Tournament Title Thursday at 7pm.

COLONIAL DISTRICT TOURNAMENT:

Melissa Bresko scored in the second overtime to give fifth-seeded Patrick Henry a 2-1 upset over fourth-seeded J.R. Tucker in the District quarterfinals. The Patriots move on to face the top seed, the Maggie Walker Governor's School, in the semifinals at 6pm tonight.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:

Lee-Davis 3, Armstrong 0 (L-D now 6-7 in Capital, 10-9 overall)
Patrick Henry 3, Thomas Jefferson 0 (PH now 7-7 in Colonial, 11-11 overall)

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:

Lee-Davis 3, Armstrong 0 (L-D now 11-2 in Capital, 16-2 overall)
Patrick Henry 3, Thomas Jefferson 0 (PH now 6-9 in Colonial, 7-12 overall)

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Monday's Fall Sports Results

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:

Atlee 3, Hanover 1 (Atlee now 13-0 in Capital, 18-2 overall, while Hanover is 11-2 in Capital, 13-4 overall)

Patrick Henry 3, Varina 2 (winning 17-15 in tiebreaker; Patrick Henry now 8-10 overall)

Lee-Davis 3, Hermitage 0 (Lee-Davis now 8-9 overall)

LEADERS: Kit Guncheon, Atlee--2 aces, 24 digs; Scott Brigham, PH--19 kills, 4 blocks, 12 digs; Will Dowdy, L-D--2 kills, 2 blocks, 22 assists

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:

Atlee 3, Hanover 0 (Atlee now 13-0 in Capital, 22-3 overall, while Hanover is 9-4 in Capital, 12-9 overall)

Patrick Henry 3, Varina 1 (Patriots now 6-12 overall)

LEADERS: Karlie Suber, Atlee--13 assists, 5 kills, 7 aces, 6 digs; Hailey Brooks, Atlee--15 assists, 8 kills, 5 digs, 9 aces; Laura Pearson, PH--26
assists, 3 kills, 11 digs.

RVC COACHES TOP 10 VOLLEYBALL POLL:

BOYS: 2) Atlee, 9) Hanover
GIRLS: 1) Atlee, 6) Lee-Davis

Monday, October 24, 2011

Division 5 and 6 VHSL Point Standings Through Week Seven

DIVISION 5:

1) Atlee 27.429
2) Hanover 27.143
3) John Marshall 24.0
4) Lee-Davis 23.429
5) Dinwiddie 22.714
6) Monacan 22.375
7) Midlothian 21.5
8) Petersburg 21.0

DIVISION 6:

1) Meadowbrook 30.857
2) Hermitage 30.286
3) Varina 29.571
4) Cosby 28.75
5) LC Bird 28.0
6) Thomas Dale 26.286
7) Manchester 26.0
8) Clover Hill 25.857
9) Highland Springs 25.571
10) Mills Godwin 25.0

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Atlee, Hanover, Patrick Henry Post Wins in Week Seven....

L.J. Jones rushed for 126 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Hanover Hawks past Armstrong 44-0 in Capital District play Friday night. Quarterback Andrew Knizner, playing for the injured Sam Rogers, threw a touchdown pass. Hanover is now 3-1 in the Capital, 6-1 overall.


Ruben Rucker passed for 213 yards and four touchdowns, including two to Will McCombs, plus rushed for a fifth as Atlee rolled over Glen Allen, 56-20. Atlee scored on its first possession on a nine-play, 71 yard drive that only took 1:12. The Raiders go to 3-1 in the Capital, 6-1 overall and will stay in the #1 position in Division 5 playoff points.

Raymond Minor scored a touchdown for Patrick Henry as the Patriots finally got their first win of the 2011 season, 41-0 over Thomas Jefferson in front of a Homecoming crowd in Ashland. The Patriots are now 1-3, 1-6 and face J.R. Tucker on the road next Friday.

The lone loss in the county Friday was by Lee-Davis, whose playoff hopes took a hit with a 38-14 loss to Highland Springs. Chris Simpson and Tyrell Eaton each scored touchdowns for the Confederates, who drop to 2-2, 4-3. Coupled with John Marshall's win over Douglas Freeman, Lee-Davis will likely drop from #3 to #4 in the Division 5 playoff standings with three games left in the regular season.

NEXT WEEK--Lee-Davis at Hanover on the "Hanover County High School Football Game of the Week" on WHAN Radio, 102.9 FM and 1430 AM, and on the internet HERE at HanoverCountySports.org, beginning at 6:30pm!

Friday, October 21, 2011

LISTEN TO ATLEE/GLEN ALLEN HERE!

Not in the Richmond area? Want to listen to the Hanover County High School Football Game of the Week between Atlee and Glen Allen?

CLICK HERE!

Broadcast begins at 6:30pm!

Week Seven High School Football Schedule

Atlee (2-1, 5-1) at Glen Allen (1-2, 1-5)--HANOVER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL GAME OF THE WEEK--6:30PM on WHAN RADIO, 102.9 FM and 1430 AM!

Hanover (2-1, 5-1) at Armstrong (0-3, 1-5)
Highland Springs (2-1, 4-2) at Lee-Davis (2-1, 4-2)
Thomas Jefferson (0-3, 0-6) at Patrick Henry (0-3, 0-6)
Benedictine (5-2) at Midlothian (3-2, 3-3)
Clover Hill (3-1, 5-1) at Cosby (4-1, 6-1)
Colonial Heights (0-3, 2-4) at Dinwiddie (1-2, 2-4)
Deep Run (2-1, 2-4) at Hermitage (3-0, 6-0)
John Marshall (1-2, 4-2) at Douglas Freeman (2-1, 2-4)
George Wythe (0-4, 1-5) at Manchester (3-1, 3-3)
Varina (2-1, 5-1) at Henrico (0-3, 3-3)
Hopewell (1-2, 2-4) at Matoaca (2-1, 3-3)
L.C. Bird (4-1, 5-1) at Huguenot (0-4, 0-6)
Monacan (2-3, 3-4) at James River (1-3, 2-4)
Mills Godwin (3-0, 4-2) at J.R. Tucker (1-2, 2-4)
Petersburg (1-3, 3-4) at Meadowbrook (3-0, 6-0)
Prince George (1-2, 2-4) at Thomas Dale (4-0, 4-2)
Louisa at Powhatan
Randolph-Henry at Goochland
New Kent at Poquoson
Middlesex at King William
Blessed Sacrament-Huguenot (6-1, D4) at Isle of Wight Academy (5-1, D3)

Collegiate (1-4) at Fork Union (2-5) (2:45pm on WHAN!!!)

Saturday
St. Christopher's (6-1, D1) at Episcopal
Trinity Episcopal (1-6, D2) at Christchurch (6-0, D2)

Thursday's Fall Sports Results

FIELD HOCKEY:

Atlee 3, Henrico 2 (OT) (Atlee now 10-2 in Capital, 11-4 overall)

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:

Atlee 3, Armstrong 0 (Atlee now 11-0 in Capital, 16-2 overall)
Patrick Henry 3, John Marshall 1 (PH now 7-7 in Colonial, 7-10 overall)
Highland Springs 3, Lee-Davis 1 (L-D now 5-7 in Capital, 7-9 overall)

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:

Atlee 3, Armstrong 0 (Atlee now 12-0 in Capital, 21-3 overall)
Patrick Henry 3, John Marshall 0 (PH now 5-9 in Colonial, 5-12 overall)
Lee-Davis 3, Highland Springs 0 (L-D now 10-2 in Capital, 14-2 overall)
Hanover 3, Henrico 0 (Hanover now 9-3 in Capital, 12-8 overall)

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Tuesday and Wednesday's Fall Sports Results

FIELD HOCKEY:

Deep Run 6, Patrick Henry 0 (PH now 4-7 in Colonial, 4-10-1 overall)
Hanover 2, Henrico 0 (Hanover now 12-0 in Capital, 14-2 overall)

(Tuesday)
Hanover 3, Atlee 1 (Atlee now 6-2 in Capital, 7-2 overall)

BOYS VOLLEYBALL (Tuesday):

Deep Run 3, Patrick Henry 0 (PH now 6-7 in Colonial, 6-10 overall)
Atlee 3, Lee-Davis 0 (Atlee now 10-0 in Capital, 15-2 overall;
Lee-Davis now 5-6 in Capital, 7-9 overall)
Hanover 3, Glen Allen 1 (Hanover now 10-1 in Capital, 12-3 overall)

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL (Tuesday):

Deep Run 3, Patrick Henry 1 (PH now 4-9 in Colonial, 4-12 overall)
Hanover 3, Glen Allen 0 (Hanover now 8-3 in Capital, 11-8 overall)
Atlee 3, Lee-Davis 0 (Atlee now 11-0 in Capital, 20-3 overall;
Lee-Davis now 8-2 in Capital, 12-2 overall)

Central Region VHSL Point Standings After Week 6

DIVISION 5:

1) Atlee 26.833
2) Hanover 26.5
3) Lee-Davis 23.833
4) John Marshall 22.667
5) Midlothian 21.0
6T) Petersburg 20.857
6T) Monacan 20.857
8) Dinwiddie 20.833
9) Hopewell 19.667

DIVISION 6:

1) Hermitage 30.0
2) Meadowbrook 29.667
2) Varina 28.333
4) L.C. Bird 27.833
5) Cosby 27.0
6) Clover Hill 26.166
7) Thomas Dale 25.0
8) Manchester 24.833
9T) Highland Springs 23.833
9T) Mills Godwin 23.833

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Atlee Stays Unbeaten in Capital District Girls Volleyball

Atlee's Hailey Brooks had 19 assists and 8 digs, while Meg Bowers had 9 kills to help lead the Raiders to a 3-0 win over 2nd place Lee-Davis Tuesday night in a Capital District showdown. Lindsey Neal led Lee-Davis with 12 digs.

Atlee remains undefeated in the District. Team records below.

Records: Atlee 20-3, 11-0 Capital; Lee-Davis 12-2, 8-2

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Atlee/Lee-Davis Volleyball Showdown TONIGHT!

Atlee looks to stay unbeaten and atop the Capital District when they travel to Lee-Davis to face the #2 team in the District tonight.

It is "Go Pink/Dig for Pink" night to raise awareness for breast cancer. Both squads will be decked out in pink, and money collected from bake sales and raffles will go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

Monday Fall Sports Results

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:

RVC Coaches Top Ten: 3--Atlee; 9--Hanover

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:

RVC Coaches Top Ten: 1--Atlee; 7--Lee-Davis

FIELD HOCKEY:

Henrico 2, Lee-Davis 1 (L-D now 5-5 in Capital, 6-6-1 overall)
JR Tucker 3, Patrick Henry 2 (PH now 4-7 in Colonial, 4-10-1 overall)
Atlee 4, Glen Allen 1 (Atlee now 9-1 in Capital, 10-3 overall)

Monday, October 17, 2011

JV Final

Lee-Davis 38, Glen Allen 6

Three Makegood JV Games Monday Night!

The following JV games were postponed from Thursday night and will be played this evening.

Varina at Atlee (7pm)
Lee-Davis at Glen Allen (7pm)
Deep Run at Patrick Henry (7pm)

Hanover Rallies For Injured Atlee Teen

Please click on the title link for an inspiring article from the Times-Dispatch on a young man whose promising athletic career at Atlee High School was tragically cut short this summer, and find out how the Atlee High School family and the community at large are supporting Cole Sydnor and his family!

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Johnson to Atlee Players: Look At Scoreboard

Atlee Coach Roscoe Johnson had a firm message for his weary Raider team after their surprising 54-11 loss to Varina last night.

Click the title link for the article, courtesy of TimesDispatch.com.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Week Six Results!

Wild night for Hanover schools, as they go 2-2 in tonight's action.

Lee-Davis took care of Glen Allen at home, 33-7, to go to 4-2 and solidify their hold on a Division 5 playoff berth.

Hanover gets a late field goal to escape with a 24-21 home win over Henrico, but lose quarterback Sam Rogers in the first quarter to an apparent elbow injury. CBS6 is reporting he suffered a dislocated elbow and he could be out for the season. We'll keep you posted.

Atlee went to Varina undefeated and left somewhat deflated. Varina scored early and often en route to a huge 54-11 victory over the Raiders, their first loss of 2011.

Patrick Henry is still winless after falling at Deep Run 35-14. Two Bryson Wong touchdown runs in the first quarter gave the Patriots an early 14-7 lead, but Deep Run outscored PH 21-0 in the second half for the victory, led by 201 rushing yards and four touchdowns by Evan Hinkle.

PLAYOFFS NOTE: With losses by Dinwiddie and Petersburg tonight to both go to 2-4 and Midlothian losing to L.C. Bird, Lee-Davis' victory over Glen Allen should place them in firm control of the final playoff berth in Division 5 with four games to play. In fact, they may come close to the #3 seed after John Marshall lost to Hermitage 38-6. Atlee and Hanover are expected to continue to be in the top two in Division 5 point standings.

Listen to Patrick Henry/Deep Run Tonight HERE!

Click HERE, or click the title link above, to listen to tonight's game between Patrick Henry and Deep Run, beginning at 6:30pm!

Week 6 Central Region Schedule

TONIGHT:

Patrick Henry at Deep Run (6:30pm ON WHAN, 102.9 FM and 1430 AM, and online HERE!)
Atlee (2-0, 5-0) at Varina (2-0, 4-1)
Glen Allen (1-1, 1-4) at Lee-Davis (1-1, 3-2)
Henrico (0-2, 3-2) at Hanover (1-1, 4-1)

Armstrong (0-2, 1-4) at Highland Springs (1-1, 3-2)
James River (1-2, 2-3) at Clover Hill (2-1, 4-1)
Hopewell (0-2, 1-4) at Colonial Heights (0-2, 2-3)
Manchester (3-0, 3-2) at Cosby (3-1, 5-1)
Thomas Dale (3-0, 3-2) at Dinwiddie (1-1, 2-3)
Douglas Freeman (1-1, 1-4) at J.R. Tucker (1-1, 2-3)
George Wythe (0-5) at Greensville (1-5)
John Marshall (1-1, 4-1) at Hermitage (2-0, 5-0)
Huguenot (0-3, 0-5) at Monacan (1-3, 2-4)
Midlothian (3-1, 3-2) at L.C. Bird (3-1, 4-1)
Matoaca (1-1, 2-3) at Petersburg (1-2, 2-3)
Meadowbrook (2-0, 5-0) at Prince George (1-1, 2-3)
Mills Godwin (2-0, 3-2) at Thomas Jefferson (0-2, 0-5)
Powhatan at Fluvanna
Cumberland at Goochland
York at New Kent
Mathews at King William
Fuqua (3-2) at Blessed Sacrament-Huguenot (5-1)
Collegiate (1-3) at St. Anne's-Belfield (2-4)

SATURDAY
Bishop Ireton (6-0) at Benedictine (5-1)
Pope John Paul the Great (2-4) at St. Christopher's (5-1)
Trinity Episcopal (1-5) at Fredericksburg Christian (6-0)

Thursday's Fall Sports Results

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:

Atlee 3, Henrico 0 (Atlee now 10-0 Capital, 15-2 overall)
Hanover 3, Lee-Davis 0 (Hanover now 8-1 Capital, 9-3 overall; Lee-Davis now 5-5 Capital, 7-8 overall)

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:

Atlee 3, Henrico 0 (Atlee now 10-0 Capital, 19-3 overall)

Lee-Davis 3, Hanover 1 (L-D now 9-1 Capital, 12-1 overall; Hanover now 7-3 Capital, 10-8 overall)

FIELD HOCKEY:

Lee-Davis 1, Patrick Henry 1 (L-D now 6-5-1, PH now 4-9-1)

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Atlee/Hanover Girls Volleyball Rematch Tuesday

And there's more at stake than District supremacy.

COURTESY OF TIMESDISPATCH.COM----

Capital clash with a cause

Atlee (18-3, 9-0 Capital) will travel to Lee-Davis (12-1, 8-1) on Tuesday for a pivotal district showdown. On the line are bragging rights and district supremacy.

The Raiders won the first meeting 25-15, 25-13, 25-5 on Sept. 22, but Atlee coach Curtis Carpenter is taking nothing for granted.

"I know they will be improved and better prepared," he wrote in an email. "It is, and always has been, a big rivalry, and being on their floor I know that their fans will be loud and rockin'."

More importantly, perhaps, is the Confederates have declared Tuesday Go Pink/Dig for Pink night to raise awareness for breast cancer. Both squads will be decked out in pink, and money collected from bake sales and raffles will go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

"Not only is it Dig for Pink night, which means a lot to us, but the girls know what's on the line, so they'll be fired up," Carpenter wrote.

Wednesday 10/12 Fall Sports Scores

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:

Patrick Henry 3, Hermitage 0 (PH now 4-8 in Colonial, 4-11 overall)

Congratulations to Laura Pearson, who helped the Patriots cause with 18 assists, 2 kills, and 3 digs, as well as to Hannah Herbert, who added 4 blocks, 9 kills, and 13 digs!

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY:

Deep Run 17, Patrick Henry 46
Hermitage 22, Patrick Henry 35

Lee-Davis 22, Glen Allen 33
Lee-Davis 19, Varina 44

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY:

Deep Run 21, Patrick Henry 36
Patrick Henry 28, Hermitage 29

Lee-Davis 19, Glen Allen 44
Lee-Davis 15, Varina 50

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Division Five VHSL Point Rankings After Five Weeks

1) Atlee 27.6
2) Hanover 25.0
3) John Marshall 23.4
4) Lee-Davis 22.6

5) Petersburg 21.1667
6) Midlothian 21.0
7) Dinwiddie 20.8
8) J.R. Tucker 19.6
9) Monacan 19.3

Tuesday 10/11 Fall Sports Scores

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:

Hanover 3, Highland Springs 0 (Hanover now 8-1 in Capital, 9-3 overall)
JR Tucker 3, Patrick Henry 0 (PH now 6-5 in Colonial, 6-8 overall)
Atlee 3, Varina 0 (Atlee now 9-0 in Capital, 14-2 overall)
Glen Allen 3, Lee-Davis 0 (L-D now 5-4 in Capital, 7-6 overall)

TOP HONORS:

William Atwood, Hanover (11 kills, 2 blocks, 3 digs)
Hunter Locks, Hanover (29 assists, 2 blocks, 2 aces)
Scott Brigham, Patrick Henry (8 kills, 5 digs)
Billy Dishman, Atlee (29 assists, 4 kills, 2 blocks, 9 aces, 7 digs)

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:

JR Tucker 3, Patrick Henry 1 (PH now 3-8 in Colonial, 3-11 overall)
Lee-Davis 3, Glen Allen 0 (L-D now 8-1 in Capital, 12-1 overall)
Hanover 3, Highland Springs 0 (Hanover now 7-2 in Capital, 10-7 overall)
Atlee 3, Varina 0 (Atlee now 9-0 in Capital, 18-3 overall)

TOP HONORS:

Logan Bryan, Lee-Davis (10 kills, 2 digs)
Kacie Melton, Patrick Henry (28 digs)
Haley Winston, Hanover (2 aces, 6 kills, 2 digs)
Karlie Suber, Atlee (7 kills, 7 assists, 16 aces, 5 digs)


FIELD HOCKEY:

Deep Run 3, Patrick Henry 1 (PH now 4-6 in Colonial, 4-9 overall)

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Monday 10/10 Sports Results And Notes

BOYS VOLLEYBALL: Atlee defeats Deep Run 3 games to 1, Raiders are now 13-2. This was Deep Run's first loss of the season.

FIELD HOCKEY: Hanover 2, Lee-Davis 1. Lady Hawks now 9-0 in Capital District, and 11-2 overall. Lee-Davis falls to 5-4, 6-5.

FOOTBALL: Atlee finished 12th in voting for the State Group AAA High School Football Poll this week after its 24-14 win over Hanover, receiving five votes. Hanover received three votes.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Top Performances in Week Five in Hanover County

RUSHING
L. J. Jones, Hanover: 16 carries, 160 yards, TD
Jarred Hall, Atlee: 24 carries, 138 yards, 2 TDs
Chris Simpson, Lee-Davis: 25 carries, 127 yards, TD
Sam Rogers, Hanover: 28 carries, 113 yards, TD

ALL PURPOSE
Israel Vaughan, Lee-Davis: 29 carries, 195 yds, TD; 2 passing TDs

Friday, October 07, 2011

WEEK FIVE FINALS

Lee-Davis 30, Henrico 28
Douglas Freeman 21, Patrick Henry 10
Atlee 24, Hanover 14

Hear a special rebroadcast of Atlee/Hanover Saturday at 12:30pm on WHAN Radio, 102.9 FM and 1430 AM!

Listen To Hanover/Atlee Friday Night at 6:30!

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Radio encore presentation will be heard Saturday at 12:30pm on WHAN, 102.9 FM and 1430 AM!

Week Five Schedule

HANOVER COUNTY FOOTBALL GAME OF THE WEEK:
Atlee (1-0, 4-0) at Hanover (1-0, 4-0)
(Friday at 6:30pm LIVE HERE, Saturday 12:30pm on WHAN, 102.9 FM and 1430 AM!)

Lee-Davis (0-1, 2-2) at Henrico (0-1, 3-1)
Douglas Freeman (0-1, 0-4) at Patrick Henry (0-1, 0-4)

Clover Hill (2-0, 4-0) at Manchester (2-0, 2-2)
Colonial Heights (0-1, 2-2) at Matoaca (0-1, 1-3)
L.C. Bird (2-1, 3-1) at Cosby (3-0, 5-0)
Thomas Jefferson (0-1, 0-4) at Deep Run (0-1, 0-4)
Dinwiddie (1-0, 2-2) at Meadowbrook (1-0, 4-0)
George Wythe (0-3, 0-4) at Monacan (0-3, 1-4)
Highland Springs (0-1, 2-2) at Glen Allen (1-0, 1-3)
J.R. Tucker (1-0, 2-2) at Hermitage (1-0, 4-0)
Thomas Dale (1-0, 2-2) at Hopewell (0-1, 1-3)
Midlothian (2-1, 2-2) at James River (1-1, 2-2)
John Marshall (1-0, 4-0) at Mills Godwin (1-0, 2-2)
Petersburg (1-1, 3-2) at Prince George (0-1, 1-3)
Armstrong (0-1, 1-3) at Varina (1-0, 3-1)
Western Albemarle at Powhatan
Goochland at Nottoway
New Kent at Jamestown
King William at Northampton
Benedictine at St. Mary's Ryken
Brunswick Academy at Blessed Sacrament-Huguneot
St. Christopher's at Fork Union
SATURDAY
Bishop Sullivan at Trinity Episcopal

FINAL (Thursday): Woodberry Forest 42, Collegiate 0

Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Unofficial VHSL Rating Points Standings after games of September 30th

Going into Friday night's showdown, Hanover and Atlee are currently #1 and #2 respectively, unofficially, in VHSL rating points which help determine who makes the playoffs in the Central Region!

Lee-Davis is not far behind in a three-way tie for fifth with Dinwiddie and J.R. Tucker. The top four teams make the playoffs, and, remember, District champions receive automatic bids, with the rest of the playoff berths earned on VHSL rating points, and NOT head-to-head competition.

This makes Friday's Hawks/Raiders showdown important, as the victor will have the inside track to the Capital District title and an automatic berth. The past two seasons have not been kind to Atlee in VHSL rating points, putting them on the outside of the playoffs looking in. The Raiders would love to hold serve at home and take a giant step towards their first playoff bid in 13 years.

FOR A COMPLETE RUNDOWN OF RATING POINTS, CLICK THE ABOVE TITLE LINK!