I’m pleased to announce fifteen high school student-athletes as “Athletes of the Year” and “Scholar-Athletes of the Year” for the five winter sports.
Tryouts for the 2011-12 Chesterfield United FC boys and girls soccer teams for age groups U15-U18 will take place April 3 – 15. To register online go to www.chesterfieldunited.com or contact Heather Pedersen at firstname.lastname@example.org for girls and Joe Farrell at email@example.com for boys.
Before the days when football, basketball and the other sports invaded your TV, there were ancient cultures who threw heavy objects for sport – and one of those was the discus.
Ayanna Tweedy, L.C. Bird High School senior, signed her letter of intent to accept a four-year athletic scholarship to Bowie State located in Bowie, MD. Tweedy was surround by family and friends during the official signing on Wednesday, March 2. She will be on the school’s track and field team with a focus on the shot put.
Using a combination of talent and teamwork, coach John Twilley’s Matoaca Warriors secured the 2011 Chesterfield County Middle School Basketball Tournament crown with a thrilling 69-65 victory over the Falling Creek Panthers.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Chuck Thomas, L.C. Bird
L.C. Bird coach Chuck Thomas was named the Village News’ Basketball Coach of the Year for 2010-2011. The award is given to the coach who does the most outstanding job during both the regular season and postseason.