This is the second story in a two-part series previewing spring sports at area high schools. Last week, the Village News offered a look at the excitement at Thomas Dale and potential at Matoaca.
The boys and girls tennis teams have gotten off to their best starts in school history by beginning the season with 4-0 marks. Both squads celebrated victories last Thursday in matches against Thomas Dale. The wins mark the first time the Warriors have defeated Dale in league play.
The 11th annual Ukrop’s Monument Avenue 10k was held Saturday morning under sunny skies and brisk conditions. Some 37,000 runners and walkers registered for the event, which has been recognized by Runner’s World as one of the top five road races in America. The event spans the length of one of America’s most beautiful thoroughfares, but is known more for its party atmosphere and tremendous community support for the runners and walkers.
This is the first story in a two-part series previewing spring sports at area high schools. Next week, the Village News will offer a glimpse of what’s in store this season at L.C. Bird and Meadowbrook high schools.
If you are a parent, coach, athletic director or simply a fan you, can help the Village News identify Bird, Community, Dale, Matoaca or Meadowbrook graduates who are contributing at the college level. Specific information can be sent to sports @ villagepublishing.com.
Zach Perkins, son of Robert and Diane Perkins and an eighth grader at Matoaca Middle School, has qualified to represent the school in the State Geography Bee, which will be held at Shenandoah University on April 9.