When Robert Johnson Sr. and Tamara Johnson learned they were having a son, it was a celebration. Now the couple has three sons, all of which attended or currently attend L.C. Bird High School. Johnson is living a dream as, beginning in fall 2015, there’s a very good chance he’ll have three sons playing Division-I sports.
It wasn’t until Sunlee and Helen Nguyen’s oldest daughter started playing on the Meadowbrook tennis team as a freshman that tennis exploded with popularity in the Nguyen household. Now, it’s a way of life.
It would be a fair assessment to say that Thomas Dale freshman Jacob Johnson can swim like a fish.
The indoor track season saw solid team efforts from the Thomas Dale girls and boys, as well the Matoaca boys. Individual standouts were plentiful as well. Here’s a preview of who to watch for during the upcoming outdoor season.
Bird softball has a new coach, Deanna Owens, and a new outlook for the 2014 season. “Having a new coach really brought us together,” said catcher Carrie Cochran. “The chemistry is unreal.”
L. C. Bird High School, home of the Skyhawks, announced they will be holding their annual L.C. Bird Co-Ed Big Ball Tournament and Home Run Derby on Saturday, May 17. The rain date is scheduled for Saturday, May 31 with games beginning at 8 a.m.