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Bird routs Huguenot, Dale bounces back, Meadowbrook’s run-game shines

Bird’s train continued to roll through the Dominion District as they blew out Huguenot last Friday. Bird’s performance was dominant on both sides of the ball as they out-gained Huguenot in total yardage 481-5. Terrance Ervin threw for 165 yards and three touchdowns, as Darius Hawkins, Lionel Williams and Zack Levine all had touchdown receptions.

Chester team completes third triathlon

A Chester team just completed their third triathlon in Richmond. The group has cancer survivors and a lot of first timer participants. However, at the most recent Brickman Triathlon in early October, coach Robert (Bob) Flannigan, swam, rode a bike and then ran while pushing a young lady who has physical challenges.

Banner season for local high school golfers

The 2012 golf season was marked by a senior dominated Thomas Dale squad seizing the Central Region crown and a youthful Matoaca squad that showed a glimpse of the future by making a ton of noise in the postseason. Meanwhile, Meadowbrook’s Zachary Wood also advanced to the regional championships.

MOVING AS ONE: Monarchs’ O-line chemistry strengthens their success

The Monarchs have had a successful campaign so far, blazing a trail through the Central District en route to a 5-1 overall record and a 3-0 district record. Meadowbrook currently sits in first place, a game up on Dinwiddie and Matoaca. The Monarchs are poised for a run and look to return to the playoffs for the first time since 2008.

FOOTBALL RECAP: WEEK 6

The Knights dropped their second decision in a row, losing to Dinwiddie last Friday. Sedarius Williams had a great game for the Generals, rushing for 171 yards and gaining two touchdowns- one on the ground and one through the air.

Skyhawks induct fifth Hall of Fame Class

The L.C. Bird High School Athletic Hall of Fame added six new members at a ceremony held last Saturday at The Country Club at the Highlands. Friends, family and faith continue to mark the theme of the annual ceremonies that have now recognized forty-five players, coaches and supporters of the Skyhawk nation.