Matoaca finished last season 4-6 overall and 3-4 in the Central District. While struggling at times, the Warriors are looking to build on the experience of having younger varsity teams in 2011 and 2012, in addition to inheriting the talent from a junior varsity squad that finished 10-0 last season.
The Monarchs won the Central District last season going 9-2 but fell to Varina in the first round of the playoffs 30-29 on a last second field goal.
In recent years, Chesterfield has been increasing emphasis on sports tourism and has found success in efforts like the Collegiate School Aquatic Center and the Bronco World Series hosted at Harry G. Daniel Park at Iron Bridge.
Edge went undefeated in bracket play with a win over the Michigan ICE 2-1 in the championship game Friday, July 26 for the World Series Title. When 14U Edge decided to play up in an 18U tournament no one saw a 14U team coming in and earning the title for the 2013 World Series, but these girls showed them what they were all about.
First Touch Sports, a local non-profit organization that combines children’s sports activities (primarily soccer) with a trademarked curriculum, received a much-needed van for transportation from the generosity of Colonial Orthopaedics located on Riversbend Drive in Chester.
In the 56th annual Boy’s Invitational Baseball tournament (BIB) sponsored by the Colonial Heights Optimist Club, a unique situation occurred in which two teams from the same association faced each other for the title – CBC (Chesterfield Baseball Clubs) American and CBC Nationals.