Last year for Matoaca it was Austin Powers and Brandon Harper leading the way as the Warriors shared the Central District Championship with Thomas Dale. Powers graduated and now attends Christopher Newport.
Piner’s first year at the college level was a great success as the defender appeared in 15 games, starting one for the Bulldogs. As the season wore on, she played significant minutes, playing a season-high 87 minutes against Queens (NC).
With the 66th pick in the third round of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Washington Redskins selected offensive tackle Morgan Moses, a Meadowbrook High School alum.
After starting his baseball career at Virginia Wesleyan, Chamberlain finished it with two years at Hampden-Sydney. As a senior, he caught and played the infield for the Tigers hitting .308 with eight doubles, three home runs, and was third on the team with 31 RBI.
Spiers, who was the Central District and Village News baseball player of the year as a junior committed to Randolph-Macon recently to play at the next level. According to the Matoaca coaching staff, the senior is the definition of a Warrior and has shown it on the field this season, hitting .474 with five doubles, three triples, a home run and 14 RBI.
After starting the season unexpectedly slow, dropping three of their first four games, the Knights have battled through slumps and adverse weather conditions to win their last five games.