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The Next Level: Marrow, Tollison, Moore

Marrow finished a great track career at Meadowbrook last June and had an excellent first semester of indoor at Indiana Tech. The former Monarch was named the WHAC Conference Newcomer of the Year and was a WHAC First Team All-Conference team member in the 1600 meter relay for the Warriors.

Recent college commits

Will Ragland, the all-time single season record holder for kills in Thomas Dale history will attend Division III Carthage College in Wisconsin. Carthage was nationally ranked at No. 4 and lost in the final four this past year.

Hayes signs with Norfolk State

Matoaca High School Track and Field standout Brianna Hayes has signed a letter of intent to compete for Norfolk State University next school year. Brianna will join the Norfolk State Division I team competing in the MEAC conference.

The Next Level: E. Fowler, Topping, V. Fowler

Fowler had a successful career at Thomas Dale as a part of four Central District Championships in his career. As a senior, he earned All-Central District, All-Central Region first team honors and was named to the All-State second team.

Warriors baseball program readies players for success at all levels

Head Coach Tim Haynes has the full attention of the Matoaca Warriors for the duration of a practice on a windy Wednesday afternoon. Haynes, a baseball man his whole life, stands behind a net while he looks at the Warriors swing on pitches thrown by assistant coach Jason Burton.

Birdsong transfers to Marshall

Former Matoaca quarterback and James Madison University standout Michael Birdsong announced Saturday via twitter that he was transferring to Marshall University to continue his college football career.