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The old one-two: Yahkee stays grounded as his yardage soars

Yahkee Johnson and the L.C. Bird Skyhawks are flying high after their win against Clover Hill Friday. Bird was trailing 13-0 at the half and battled back to defeat their previously undefeated district foe by a score of 14-13.

The old one-two: Heart and determination fuel Phillips’ engine

For Domico Phillips, it’s almost like he was born with the ability to move – and to do it fast. From the age of 4, Domico practiced and played football and ran competitively, and now he displays his skills on Friday nights for the Meadowbrook Monarchs, who improved to 3-1 in the Central District last Friday with a win over Colonial Heights, 29-7.

Chester’s Spiers emerges as one of the area’s best

Like so many other sixth graders, Anna Spiers was simply looking for a place to meet friends at her new school when she went out for the cross country team. Almost immediately upon suiting up for the team at Matoaca Middle School, she began to make her mark as a premier cross country and track athlete.

Monarchs play with heavy hearts, heavy hits

When the Monarchs took the field Friday for their Central District tilt with Prince George, it was with heavy hearts. In recent days, the Meadowbrook and Chesterfield community lost Meadowbrook High School senior Josh Franklin to a train accident. The Monarchs were able to play inspired football as they cruised to a 50-7 victory over the Royals.

The Next Level

JUSTIN PARKER
Matoaca High School
Virginia State University Football

After another perfect performance last week before a national television audience, Parker took over the team scoring lead by notching his 37th point of the season.  A senior majoring in physical education, Parker has made good on 17 PATs and is a perfect 6-6 on field goal attempts.  Parker doubles as a member of the Trojan’s golf team. 

Hahns pace the field in MileStat Invitational

Colin and Randy Hahn ran away with the Middle School Division at Saturday’s MileStat Invitational held at Pocahontas State Park. The Matoaca students traversed the 4K course in 13:44 and 14:03, respectively, easily outpacing the field.