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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.