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.
What’s faster than a speeding bullet? Perhaps L.C. Bird High School running back Yahkee Johnson, who rushed for 235 yards and four touchdowns as L.C. Bird rolled over the Cosby Titans Friday night 48-7 in Dominion District football action.
“We’re looking forward to the rematch,” were the unusual words from Thomas Dale’s Jacob LeSueur after the Knights fell last week at Matoaca. The loss marked the end of an incredible district unbeaten streak for the Knights.
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The Matoaca Warriors completed their regular season with an impressive 151-162 victory over the Thomas Dale Knights on the par-36 layout at The Country Club at the Highlands.
When the Meadowbrook Monarchs opened their Central District season this past Friday night, they expected a tough matchup with the Blue Devils out of Hopewell. The game was hard fought in the trenches, but, ultimately, Meadowbrook would start its district schedule with a 27-7 win over Hopewell.