Knights still young, talented; Skyhawks look to rally around underclassmen; Warriors young, still finding their style; Monarchs ready
Knights rebuild around captains; Warriors are motivated and hungry to improve; Skyhawks look to Vincent for leadership; Monarch seniors will lead the way this Spring
On Saturday morning, March 8th, the Kiwanis Club of Chester put on the 2nd annual Kiwanis Chester 5K & 1 Mile run/walk at the Chester Village Green where over 175 participants enjoyed the morning.
The Lady Knights battled to a 4th place finish in a competitive Central District last season with a young squad and in 2014 will compete in the newly formed Conference 3 with Cosby, James River, Varina, Franklin County and Patrick-Henry Roanoke.
On the morning of February 3, Ayanna Tweedy signed her acceptance papers as the new National Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Representative for the CIAA for the next three years.
The point guard and team leader for the Skyhawks was selected as the Village News Girls Basketball Player of the Year for her excellent all-around play.