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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

WEEK 6 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE CHANGES

The threat of both a major coastal storm AND a hurricane, virtually guaranteeing flooding rains on Friday (and later), is causing high school football games to be pushed up to Thursday to try to beat the weather.

PLEASE note there will likely be rainfall Thursday evening, but not the heavy rains coming for Friday and Saturday. Dress accordingly if you're headed out to your game. ALSO note some game times have been changed.

CHANGES:

#1 LC Bird (5-0) at #6 Monacan (5-0), Thursday, 7pm

#2 Hermitage (4-0) at John Marshall (1-3), Monday, 4pm

Atlee (3-1) at #3 Highland Springs, Monday, 7pm (LISTEN LIVE at 6:30pm on WHAN Radio, 102.9 FM or online by CLICKING HERE)

#5 Henrico (4-0) at Varina (1-3), Monday, 6:30pm (Varina HC Parade now 10/23, 5:15p)

#8 Thomas Dale (3-1) at Prince George (2-2), Thursday, 7:30pm

#9 Douglas Freeman (4-0) at Thomas Jefferson, Thursday, 3:30pm

#10 Hanover at Patrick Henry, Monday, 7pm.

Armstrong (2-2) at #11 Lee-Davis (4-0), Thursday, 7pm (HC Parade is cancelled at L-D)

George Wythe (0-4) vs #12 Manchester (3-1), Monday, 4pm now at Huguenot HS

Colonial Heights (2-2) at Meadowbrook (1-3), Thursday, 6pm

James River (2-2) at Chancellor, Thursday, 7:30pm

Cosby (1-3) at Clover Hill (0-4), Thursday, 7pm

Glen Allen (0-4) at Mills Godwin (1-3), Thursday, 7pm

J.R. Tucker (0-4) at Deep Run (1-3), Thursday, 7pm

Caroline (0-4) at King William (2-2), Thursday, 7pm

New Kent (1-3) at Grafton (3-1), Thursday, 7pm

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

NEW #Super6 Field Hockey & Volleyball Polls...

Here are the latest #Super6 Field Hockey and Volleyball Polls from RVA Sports Network as announced Tuesday night on the "Central Region NOW!" Podcast, available for download at the top of the page.

FIELD HOCKEY:
1) Deep Run
2) James River
3) Atlee
4) Midlothian
5) Clover Hill
6) Cosby

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:
1) Mills Godwin
2) Atlee
3) Colonial Heights
4) Deep Run
5) Midlothian
6) James River

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:
1) Deep Run
2) Mills Godwin
3) Hanover
4) Atlee
5) James River
6) Goochland

NEW NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big12 High School Football Poll

Lee-Davis debuts, Hanover falls, Dinwiddie, Thomas Dale and Douglas Freeman rise, and the top six remain steady as we approach the halfway point in the regular season.

1) LC Bird (5-0, was #1, at #6 Monacan Friday, 7:30)
2) Hermitage (4-0, was #2, at John Marshall Saturday, 3pm)
3) Highland Springs (3-1, was #3, vs. Atlee Friday, 7pm LIVE on WHAN Radio, online HERE on RVASN)
4) Benedictine (4-0, was #4, at St. Christopher's Saturday, 3pm)
5) Henrico (4-0, was #5, at Varina Friday, 7pm)
6) Monacan (5-0, was #6, vs. #1 LC Bird Friday, 7:30)
7) Dinwiddie (3-1, was #8, vs Matoaca Friday, 7pm)
8) Thomas Dale (3-1, was #9, at Prince George Friday, 7:30)
9) Douglas Freeman (4-0, was #10, at Thomas Jefferson Friday, 3:30)
10) Hanover (3-1, was #7, at Patrick Henry Friday, 7pm)
11) Lee-Davis (4-0, NEW, vs. Armstrong Friday, 7pm)
12) Manchester (3-1, was #11, vs. George Wythe Friday, 7:30)

Friday, September 25, 2015

Week 5 Football Finals

(All rankings based on NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 High School Football Poll)

#1 LC Bird 36, Clover Hill 0
#2 Hermitage 42, J.R. Tucker 16
#3 Highland Springs 71, Armstrong 0 (Wednesday)
#5 Henrico 26, #12 Patrick Henry 7
#6 Monacan 25, Huguenot 6 (Wednesday)
Atlee 44, #7 Hanover 40
Hopewell at #8 Dinwiddie, postponed to Monday, 6:30pm
#9 Thomas Dale 61, Colonial Heights 0
#10 Douglas Freeman at John Marshall, Monday 4pm
#11 Manchester 28, James River 16
Lee-Davis 28, Varina 12
Meadowbrook 35, Petersburg 0
Matoaca 38, Prince George 14
Trinity Episcopal 40, St. Anne's Belfield 21
Goochland 49, Randolph-Henry 28
Deep Run 20, Glen Allen 13
New Kent 16, Bruton 13
Isle of Wight Academy 41, Richmond Christian 8
King William 48, Washington & Lee 28
Ameila 35, Cumberland 14
Thomas Jefferson at Mills Godwin, Monday 6pm
George Wythe at Midlothian, Monday 7pm

FOOTBALL FRIDAY: #TheLineUp For Week 5

RVA Sports Network Game Of The Week Broadcast:
Atlee (2-1) at #7 Hanover (3-0), 6:30pm, WHAN (102.9 FM/1430 AM) and online by CLICKING HERE!

NBC12 Game of The Week: #12 Patrick Henry (3-0) at #5 Henrico (3-0) (Matt Estreich is LIVE from Henrico on NBC12 News at Six and on "On The Sidelines" tonight at 11:15!)

Clover Hill (0-3) at #1 LC Bird (4-0), 7:30pm
#2 Hermitage (3-0) at J.R. Tucker (0-3). 7pm
#3 Highland Springs 71, Armstrong 0 (Springers 3-1)
#4 Benedictine (1-0) idle, get St. Christopher’s Sat. 10/3
#6 Monacan 25, Huguenot 6 (Chiefs 5-0, host LC Bird 10/2)
Hopewell (2-1) at #8 Dinwiddie (2-1), POSTPONED to Monday, 6:30pm
#9 Thomas Dale (2-1) at Colonial Heights (2-1), 7pm
#10 Douglas Freeman (3-0) at John Marshall (1-2), 4pm MONDAY due to UCI
#11 Manchester (2-1) at James River (2-1), 7:30pm

Varina (1-2) at Lee-Davis (3-0), 7pm
Prince George (2-1) at Matoaca (2-1), 7pm
Meadowbrook (0-3) at Petersburg (2-1), 7:30pm
Deep Run (0-3) at Glen Allen (0-3), 7pm
TJ (1-3) at Mills Godwin (0-3), 6pm MONDAY due to UCI
George Wythe (0-3) at Midlothian (0-4), 7pm MONDAY due to UCI
Richmond Christian at Isle of Wight Academy

New Kent at Bruton
Randolph-Henry at Goochland
Cumberland at Ameila
Washington & Lee at King William
Kinston Forest at Blessed Sacrament-Huguenot

Norfolk Academy at St. Christopher’s, 1pm Saturday (HC)


Idle: Cosby, Caroline, Nottoway, Essex, Charles City, West Point


Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Our First #Super6 Polls!

FIELD HOCKEY:
1) Deep Run
2) Cosby
3) James River
4) Atlee
5) Prince George
6) Clover Hill

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:
1) Mills Godwin
2) Atlee
3) Colonial Heights
4) James River
5) Deep Run
6) Midlothian

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:
1) Deep Run
2) Mills Godwin
3) Hanover
4) Atlee
5) Lee-Davis
6) Cosby

Monday, September 21, 2015

NEW NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 High School Football Poll

The top seven remain the same, but there's a shakeup below that in this, our fifth poll of the season....

1) L.C. Bird (4-0, was #1)
2) Hermitage (3-0, was #2)
3) Highland Springs (2-1, was #3)
4) Benedictine (3-0, was #4)
5) Henrico (3-0, was #5)
6) Monacan (4-0, was #6)
7) Hanover (3-0, was #7)
8) Dinwiddie (2-1, was #9)
9) Thomas Dale (2-1, was #11)
10) Douglas Freeman (3-0, NEW)
11) Manchester (2-1, was #10)
12) Patrick Henry (3-0, NEW)

Dropping Out: Atlee (2-1), Hopewell (2-1)


Friday, September 18, 2015

FOOTBALL FINALS:

#1 LC Bird 35, #10 Manchester 0
#2 Hermitage 28, Varina 0
#4 Benedictine 41, Collegiate 14
#5 Henrico 30, J.R. Tucker 0
#6 Monacan 34, Clover Hill 13
#7 Hanover 24, #12 Hopewell 19
Douglas Freeman 21, #8 Atlee 14
Lee-Davis 47, Glen Allen 0
Patrick Henry 35, Mills Godwin 21
Colonial Heights 28, Southampton 12
James Monroe 51, Petersburg 6
John Marshall 52, Prince George 34
James River 21, Huguenot 0
Cosby 47, Midlothian 13
Ameila 35, Brunswick 34
Louisa 36, King George 26
Norfolk Academy 22, Trinity Episcopal 21
Tabb 14, New Kent 6
Franklin 48, Charles City 14
Thomas Jefferson 43, Caroline 41
St. Christopher's 51, St. Anne's-Belfield 22
Richmond Christian 48, Portsmouth Christian 6
Goochland 35, R.E. Lee (Staunton) 24
Powhatan 40, George Wythe 0

#3 Highland Springs, #9 Dinwiddie, #11 Thomas Dale, Matoaca, and Meadowbrook were idle this week.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Football Friday Schedule--Listen LIVE Link For Game Of The Week!

It's Week 4 of high school football, let's review #TheLineUp of all the action. (All rankings based on NBC12/RVA Sports Network #Big12 High School Football Poll).

#RVASN GAME OF THE WEEK: Lee-Davis (2-0) at Glen Allen (0-2), 6:30pm airtime LIVE on WHAN, 102.9 FM and 1430 AM, and online BY CLICKING HERE!

#1 LC Bird (3-0) at #10 Manchester (2-0), 7:30pm
Varina (1-1) at #2 Hermitage (2-0), 7pm
Collegiate (0-2) at #4 Benedictine (2-0), 4:30pm
JR Tucker (0-2) at #5 Henrico (2-0), 7pm
Clover Hill (0-2) at #6 Monacan (3-0), 7:30pm
#7 Hanover (2-0) at #12 Hopewell (2-0), 7:30pm
#8 Atlee (2-0) at Douglas Freeman (2-0), 7pm
Mills Godwin (0-2) at Patrick Henry (2-0), 7pm
Deep Run (0-2) at Essex (3-0), 7pm
James River (1-1) at Huguenot (1-2), 7:30pm
Cosby (0-3) at Midlothian (0-3), 7:30pm
Southampton (1-1) at Colonial Heights (1-1), 7pm
Goochland (1-2) at Robert E Lee (Staunton) (2-1), 7pm
St. Christopher's (2-0) at St. Anne's-Belfield (2-0), 7pm
Trinity Episcopal (3-0) at Norfolk Academy (2-0), 4:30pm
Portsmouth Christian (0-3) at Richmond Christian (2-0), 6:30pm
James Monroe (2-1) at Petersburg (2-0), 7:30pm
Caroline (0-3) at Thomas Jefferson (0-3), 4pm
Ameila (1-1) at Brunswick (1-1), 7pm



HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL CHANGES DUE TO UCI WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

With Richmond 2015 in full swing next weekend, several schools have decided to move their previously scheduled September 25th high school football games to new dates and times.

Here are the changes (thanks to our friend Blake Peddicord for helping us!)

Huguenot at Monacan: Moved Up to Wednesday 9/23 at 6pm
Douglas Freeman at John Marshall: Moved to Monday 9/28 at 4pm
Thomas Jefferson at Mills Godwin: Moved to Monday 9/28 at 6pm
Highland Springs at Armstrong, Moved to Monday 9/28 at 6pm
George Wythe at Midlothian, Moved to Monday 9/28 at 7pm

Atlantic 10 Women's Basketball Conference Schedule Released

VCU and Richmond battle twice within three weeks, while last year's top two conference teams collide early in January.

See the complete 2015-16 Atlantic 10 women's basketball conference schedule at our special RVASN website dedicated to coverage of the league in advance of the 2016 Tournament at Richmond Coliseum starting March 2nd!

CLICK HERE for all the details!

Monday, September 14, 2015

NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 High School Football Poll

Powhatan falls out, while Hopewell debuts in our poll, which has very minor changes from last week....

1) LC Bird (3-0, at #10 Manchester Friday, 7:30)
2) Hermitage (2-0, vs Varina Friday, 7:00)
3) Highland Springs (2-1, idle)
4) Benedictine (2-0, vs Collegiate Friday, 4:30)
5) Henrico (2-0, vs JR Tucker Friday, 7:00)
6) Monacan (3-0, vs Clover Hill Friday, 7:30)
7) Hanover (2-0, vs #12 Hopewell Friday, 7:30)
8) Atlee (2-0, at Douglas Freeman Friday, 7:00)
9) Dinwiddie (2-1, idle)
10) Manchester (2-0, vs #1 LC Bird Friday, 7:30)
11) Thomas Dale (2-1, idle)
12) Hopewell (2-0, vs #7 Hanover Friday, 7:00)

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Remembering Moses Malone

(RVASN Social Media/Broadcast Director Rob Witham offers his thoughts on the life and career of Moses Malone, who died suddenly Sunday morning in Norfolk at age 60...)

Before it became standard fare for high school basketball phenoms to declare themselves for the NBA Draft, before Kobe, Kevin, and LeBron, there was Moses.

A fitting name because he truly parted the sea of the long-held traditions of how you became a pro basketball player. When Malone burst onto the local high school scene at Petersburg during the 1972-73 season, freshmen still couldn't play college basketball. Come to think of it, it was still the era when just one conference team made the NCAA Tournament. Today's high schoolers surely cannot fathom how that was reality.

Two seasons, and two state championships later, Malone, after first deciding to go to the University of Maryland, where Lefty Driesell stormed the sidelines of the old Cole Field House in classic ACC rivalries with Norm Sloan and North Carolina State and Dean Smith's North Carolina Tar Heels, he changed his mind.

But the NBA was not the option. It was the ABA, the American Basketball Association, the league with the red, white, and blue ball, the more flashy style of play, welcoming offensive innovation. They would've also welcomed, but, in the end, never received, financial stability.

Once upon a time, Julius "Dr. J" Erving sent home slam dunks in the Richmond Coliseum, the Richmond Arena, and the Norfolk Scope for the old Virginia Squires. Malone, though, headed to the Utah Stars, and became the first player to go straight from high school to the professional ranks.

Malone then, somehow quietly, began to build a Hall of Fame career. There was more talk about other players as the ABA declined to its eventual 1976 death, "merging" four teams into the NBA (can you name them?). Malone joined Dr. J, Artis Gilmore, George Gervin, David Thompson and other ABA stars in the NBA. He was named NBA MVP in 1979, averaging, mind you, nearly 25 points and 18 rebounds per game. Per game!

But it was the Seattle SuperSonics and Washington Bullets who owned the Finals in '79, for the second straight year. Then, that summer, Magic and Bird arrived, and so did new era for the NBA. But Malone kept plying his trade with Calvin Murphy and others for Houston, and, two years later, he made his first NBA Finals.

It would be Bird and the Celtics victorious, however. It would take two more years, and a trade to Philadelphia, that gave Moses his shot at a championship ring. During the magical (no pun intended) NBA decade of the 1980s, the 76ers made The Finals three times. But it was 1983 when Malone, Erving, Maurice Cheeks, Andrew Toney, and former UVA standout Marc Iavaroni, rolled to the NBA title, sweeping Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and the Los Angeles Lakers in the most dominant Finals performance I've seen in my forty plus years of watching pro basketball.

Remember, the Lakers were Showtime. Worthy, Scott, Rambis, and the aforementioned superstars were all there. They had beaten the Sixers in six games a year before. But that was before Moses came to The City of Brotherly Love and led his team out of the championship wilderness.

After a two-decade career, Malone retired with 29,580 points, seventh all-time in pro basketball (NBA/ABA). Since then, more people discuss and remember Kareem, and Wilt, and Bill Russell, and later mainstay centers like Olajuwon and Ewing. But historians of the game know just how powerful, dominant, and memorable Malone was.

Those of us who watched him play knew, too.

But for all of his greatness of the court, I will most remember Moses Malone as someone who didn't forget his hometown of Petersburg, Virginia. He did not forget his roots there, whether in Utah, Houston, or Philadelphia. And a city, and the entire Central Virginia region, will always be in his debt.

(Malone signs with Utah Stars, 1974. Photo courtesy Rivals.com)

Friday, September 11, 2015

WEEK 3 FOOTBALL FINALS:

#1 LC Bird 67, Midlothian 0
#3 Highland Springs 31, Meadowbrook 14
#4 Benedictine 48, Bishop Sullivan 0
#5 Henrico 46, Deep Run 6
#6 Monacan 15, Cosby 10
#7 Hanover 41, J.R. Tucker 6
#8 Atlee 31, Mills Godwin 28
#9 Dinwiddie 68, Caroline 26
#10 Manchester 33, Huguenot 0
Hopewell 37, #11 Powhatan 14
#12 Thomas Dale 42, Varina 7
Lee-Davis 49, Prince George 6
Patrick Henry 27, Glen Allen 0
Matoaca 42, Clover Hill 7
Petersburg 38, Kettle Run 25
St. Christopher's 37, Thomas Jefferson 7
Trinity Episcopal 13, Collegiate 3
James River 69, George Wythe 0
Goochland 38, Ameila 6
Park View-South Hill 47, Colonial Heights 14
York 37, New Kent 27
Courtland 50, Louisa 24
Essex 57, King William 31
Richmond Christian 57, Brunswick Academy 0
North Cross 41, Blessed-Sacrament Huguenot 6

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

RVA Sports Network LIVE: Hanover at Midlothian Boys Volleyball

CLICK HERE to listen LIVE to the rematch of the 2014 4A State Boys Volleyball Championship as Hanover travels to Midlothian!

Airtime is 7pm TONIGHT only on RVA Sports Network!

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

The NEW NBC12/RVA Sports Network "Big 12 HS Football Poll"!

No changes around the top, but some reshuffling in the second tier of teams as we get ready for Week 3 action this Friday!

THE NBC12/RVA SPORTS NETWORK "BIG 12 HS FOOTBALL POLL"

1) LC Bird (2-0, was #1, host Midlothian, 7:30pm)
2) Hermitage (2-0, was #2, idle this week)
3) Highland Springs (1-1, was #3, hosts Meadowbrook, 7pm)
4) Benedictine (1-0, was #4, at Bishop Sullivan, 7pm)
5) Henrico (1-0, was #5, at Deep Run, 7pm)
6) Monacan (2-0, was #6, at Cosby, 7:30pm)
7) Hanover (1-0, was #7, hosts J.R. Tucker, 7pm)
8) Atlee (1-0, was #10, hosts Mills Godwin, 7pm**)
9) Dinwiddie (1-1, was #8, at Caroline, 7pm)
10) Manchester (1-0, was #12, at Huguenot, 7:30pm)
11) Powhatan (1-0, NEW, at Hopewell, 7pm)
12) Thomas Dale (1-1, was #9, at Varina, 7pm)

Saturday, September 5, 2015

Virginia Volleyball Showcase Results

Here are the results from this weekend's 18th Annual Virginia Volleyball Showcase at Richmond Volleyball Club in Henrico. All teams played in two levels of pool play Friday and early Saturday before qualifying for their final best-of-three set matches. Results of those are listed below.

GIRLS--RED DIVISION

Gold Champion: Princess Anne (d. James Madison 25-17, 25-21)
Third Place: Langley (d. Ocean Lakes 25-20, 25-21)
Fifth Place: First Colonial (d. Colonial Forge 25-21, 22-25, 15-10)

Silver Champion (Seventh Place): Atlee (d. Deep Run 25-22, 25-15)
Ninth Place: Forest Park (d. Hanover 25-16, 14-25, 15-11)
Eleventh Place: Midlothian (d. Lee-Davis 22-25, 25-20, 17-15)

Bronze Champion (13th Place): Westfield (d. Nansemond Suffolk Academy 18-25, 32-30, 15-11)
15th Place: Osbourn Park (d. Cosby 25-21, 25-21)
17th Place: Glen Allen (d. James River 26-24, 25-21)

GIRLS--WHITE DIVISION

Gold Champion: Northside (d. Mills Godwin 25-15, 17-25, 15-12)
Third Place: Broad Run (d. Bayside 25-20, 25-14)
Fifth Place: New Kent (d. Centreville 25-18, 25-23)

Silver Champion (Seventh Place): Courtland (d. Mountain View 25-14, 25-22)
Ninth Place: Riverbend (d. Franklin County 25-12, 25-13)
Eleventh Place: Massaponax (d. Tabb 25-18, 25-13)

Bronze Champion (13th Place): Lake Braddock (d. St. Catherine's 25-13, 25-17)
15th Place: James River-Buchanan (d. Collegiate 25-19, 22-25, 16-14)
17th Place: Chancellor (d. Grassfield 25-17, 25-22)

BOYS

Gold Champion: Princess Anne (d. Deep Run 25-17, 25-15)
Third Place: Mills Godwin (d. Maury 25-17, 25-23)
Fifth Place: Monacan (d. Atlee 18-25, 27-25, 15-11)

Silver Champion (Seventh Place): James River (d. Glen Allen 23-25, 25-22, 15-8)
Ninth Place: Colonial Heights (d. Douglas Freeman 21-25, 25-19, 18-16)
Eleventh Place: Hanover (d. Cosby 25-23, 14-25, 15-8)

Bronze Champion (13th Place): Patrick Henry (d. Ocean Lakes 20-25, 25-23, 15-6)
15th Place: Midlothian (d. Salem 25-18, 25-9)
17th Place: Clover Hill (d. J.R. Tucker 25-20, 19-25, 15-10)

Virginia Volleyball Showcase All-Tournament Teams

Congratulations to the following players for being named to the Virginia Volleyball Showcase All-Tournament Teams today:

Girls (Red Division)
Molly Jarvis--Atlee
Nori Thomas--Colonial Forge
Rowan Ennis--First Colonial
Emma McLaughlin--Forest Park
Natale Zanellato--James Madison
Jayne Carter--James Madison
Jessica Donaldson--Langley
Rachel Gaston--Lee-Davis
Maddie Reynolds--Midlothian
Danielle Hart--Ocean Lakes
Alisi Motu'apuaka--Ocean Lakes
Abby Bottomley--Princess Anne

Girls (White Division)
Megan Sivertesen--Bayside
Ally Long--Broad Run
Kaylie Martin--Centreville
Tenley Hares--Courtland
Mackenzie Brewer--Mills Godwin
Ayanna Swan--Mills Godwin
Mikayla Alexander--Mountain View
Tiaralynn McBride--Mountain View
Sydney Griffith--New Kent
Jade Evans--New Kent
Aleah Keaton--Northside
Katelyn Dilcher--Northside

Boys
Eric Rohr--Atlee
Noah Murdock--Colonial Heights
Nick McDermott--Deep Run
David Forrest--James River
Shane Limbaugh--Maury
Nick Spichiger--Midlothian
Ryan Keogh--Mills Godwin
Spencer West--Mills Godwin
Conor Hicks--Mills Godwin
Mason Rawls--Monacan
Chase Howard--Princess Anne
Courtland Scharenborg--Princess Anne




Friday, September 4, 2015

WEEK 2 FOOTBALL FINALS (FRIDAY):

RVASN Game Of The Week: #7 Hanover 38, #8 Dinwiddie 27

#1 L.C. Bird 35, #9 Thomas Dale 7
#2 Hermitage 37, Meadowbrook 13
#3 Highland Springs 49, Norview 21
#4 Benedictine 52, St. John Paul the Great 7
#5 Henrico 49, Mills Godwin 6
Matoaca 37, #11 Cosby 36
Patrick Henry 68, Caroline 34
Lee-Davis 28, J.R. Tucker 10
St. Christopher's 23, St. Stephens-St. Agnes 3
Trinity Episcopal 68, Greenbriar Christian 16
Fork Union 38, Goochland 10
Richmond Christian 18, Broadwater Academy 15
Bishop Sullivan 28, Collegiate 21
Armstrong 44, Thomas Jefferson 24

Thursday, September 3, 2015

LISTEN LIVE: #7 Hanover at #8 Dinwiddie

Our 14th season of high school football on 102.9 FM WHAN begins TONIGHT as the Hawks battle the Generals in a #Big12Poll battle!

CLICK HERE to listen live beginning at 6:30pm with the On The Sidelines Pregame Show Powered By Sheehy Ford of Ashland, featuring Marc Davis of NBC12!

(Remember to click the "play" button when you open the player at the link above!)


THURSDAY HIGH SCHOOL FINALS....

(Football Rankings based on NBC12/RVASN Big 12 High School Football Poll...)

FOOTBALL:
#6 Monacan 39, Glen Allen 0
#10 Atlee 52, Deep Run 13
Douglas Freeman 13, James River 0 (as heard LIVE on RVASN, Podcast HERE)
Colonial Heights 24, New Kent 21
Bruton 32, King William 24
Prince George 26, Clover Hill 16
Varina 46, I.C. Norcom 20
Lafayette 41, Huguenot 0
Powhatan 43, Midlothian 7
Essex 26, King George 8
Hopewell 49, Tabb 20

JV FOOTBALL:
Henrico 14, Mills Godwin 8
Lee-Davis 60, J.R. Tucker 6
Patrick Henry 28, Caroline 7

FIELD HOCKEY:
Cosby 3, Douglas Freeman 0
Hermitage 2, J.R. Tucker 1

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:
Patrick Henry 3, J.R. Tucker 0
L.C. Bird 3, Manchester 1

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:
L.C. Bird 3, Manchester 0