Nathan Chamberlain, Baseball
Matoaca High School
Senior at Hampden-Sydney
After starting his baseball career at Virginia Wesleyan, Chamberlain finished it with two years at Hampden-Sydney. As a senior, he caught and played the infield for the Tigers hitting .308 with eight doubles, three home runs, and was third on the team with 31 RBI. On March 9 at Roanoke, Chamberlain enjoyed a two-home-run game as Hampden-Sydney fell to the Maroons 13-6. At Matoaca, he earned 1st All-Central District honors as a catcher.
London Booker, Softball
Meadowbrook High School
Sophomore at North Carolina Central
Meadowbrook’s lone softball competitor at the next level turned in a solid season for the Eagles. Though the Eagles won just nine games in 2014, Booker was the winning pitcher in seven of those, twirling two shutouts. The sophomore was the team’s staff ace, firing 158 and two-thirds innings and striking out 125 batters from the circle. Booker was honored last season as head coach Mark Cooper retired her number for her career as a Monarch. Booker earned 1st Team All-Central District honors as a senior.
Jamie Hendrick, Baseball
L.C. Bird High School
Senior at Randolph-Macon College
The former L.C. Bird Skyhawk ascended to the next level for the Yellow Jackets and put together a great career. As a sophomore, he pitched to a 3.71 ERA and led the team with 80 innings pitched. In his junior season, he announced himself as the team’s ace with another strong performance going 4-4 with a 3.96 ERA, hurling three complete games. Hendrick’s senior season was more of the same, as he posted a 6-1 regular season record to go with a career best 3.58 ERA, striking out 41 batters in 55 and a third innings over 10 starts.