After a semester at Fork Union, Coble transferred to JMU and earned playing time as a freshman before redshirting last season. Playing alongside fellow Chester area resident Michael Birdsong, the former Monarch has caught six passes for 24 yards in limited playing time in the slot.
Coming into the 2013 season, the expectations for the Matoaca golf team were high. Losing no one to graduation, the team of 19 was loaded to the brim with both experience and talent.
Jaelyn Jackson is an athlete. The 6 foot 3 inch volleyball player is all over the court for the Warriors, and is the team’s leader. With improved team chemistry and a great supporting cast, Jackson, a two-time defending Central District Player of the Year and University of Maryland commit, has guided the Warriors to an 11-4 start to the 2013 season.
Doggett was a starting cornerback on the 2009 Division 6A State Champions and plays his college football as an Averett University Cougar. This season he has 12 tackles, a forced fumble, two fumble recoveries and a defensed pass.
It would appear that the old days of Thomas Dale defense have returned. Whether one calls it the “dark zone,” or d-block,” it’s here and it’s a reason the Knights are poised to make a playoff push in 2013.
The Chesterfield County Department of Parks and Recreation is now offering online registration for courses. Participants will be able to register and pay online for camps, senior classes and workshops, kayaking excursions and more through REGi, the new registration system for Parks and Recreation.