In The Red Zone: Ken Wakefield

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

THE WRAP: #LDFH to 8-0, PH Boys, Atlee Girls Continue Volleyball Success....

Here's a review of the night that was Tuesday across Hanover County....

1) FIELD HOCKEY: Lee-Davis improved their torrid start to an 8-0 mark, scoring all of their goals in the first half en route to a 3-1 win over Glen Allen.  Lauren Wolfgang had two more goals for the Confederates, one was assisted by Madison Doss, who scored their final goal just 85 seconds before halftime.  The Jaguars got on the board in the second half, but came no closer than two.

2) VOLLEYBALL: Patrick Henry's boys team scored an important win at home over Mills Godwin in a game heard live on HCS Media Network. Sam Boyd's 38 assists set up Lucas Pienkowski, Austin Pace and Cowles McCray with important kills as the Patriots swept the Eagles, 25-18, 27-25, 25-20, to move to 8-4.
The Hanover boys survived a marathon versus Glen Allen, winning the tiebreaking fifth set 18-16, and the Lee-Davis boys were victorious, sweeping Highland Springs on the Springers' home court.

In girls' action, Atlee moved to 9-1 with a sweep of Varina, while Lee-Davis held serve at home, sweeping Highland Springs. Hanover fell to Glen Allen in three sets in a battle of former Capital District, and now Conference 20, foes.

3) WOMEN'S SOCCER: Randolph-Macon traveled to Mary Washington, but fell by a 4-2 count. The Jackets now have a record of 3-5.

COMING UP WEDNESDAY:

1) CROSS COUNTRY: Patrick Henry meets J.R. Tucker and Hermitage on the road Wednesday afternoon, while Atlee, Hanover, and Lee-Davis all head to a "Capital District" meet at Pole Green Park.

2) FIELD HOCKEY: All eyes will be on Atlee at 5pm as Hanover comes in to face the Raiders, who are coming off a shocking loss to Henrico Monday in penalty strokes. Patrick Henry looks for their fifth win of the year at home against Maggie Walker Governors School while the unbeaten Lee-Davis Confederates go for 9-0 at Varina.

3) WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Randolph-Macon, winners of three straight ODAC matches, look to extend that streak in Crenshaw Gymnasium Wednesday night when Bridgewater comes to Ashland for a 7pm match.

LIVE TWEETING: HCS will be at both the Hanover/Atlee Field Hockey match and the Bridgewater/Randolph-Macon Volleyball match at 5pm and 7pm respectively!  Follow us on Twitter, @hanoversports, for real-time updates from those matches and scores from other games!!

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