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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Group 5A and 4A All-State Basketball Honors Announced

Several area student-athletes have been honored by the Virginia High School League (VHSL) Wednesday as the All-State teams in Group 5A Boys, 5A Girls, and 4A Girls were released by the league office Wednesday morning. NOTE: Group 4A Boys, also listed, were previously announced.

The teams are listed below:

GROUP 5A BOYS:

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Charles Falden, L.C. Bird
COACH OF THE YEAR: Keith Honore, Potomac

FIRST TEAM:
Charles Falden, L.C. Bird
DeMonte Buckingham, Henrico
Jeff Gordon, Potomac
Jamal Washington, Potomax
Jalen Ray, Hampton
Austin Katstra, Albemarle
Mario Haskett, L.C. Bird
Georgie Pacheco, Deep Run

SECOND TEAM:
Deng Nhial, Wakefield
Kyle Copeland, Tuscarora
Sterling Carrington, Green Run
Jake Hahn, Albemarle
Damontez Oliver, Deep Run
Chase Barrand, George Marshall
Kenneth Southerland, Varina
Lucas Martin, Briar Woods

GROUP 5A GIRLS:

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Gadiva Hubbard, Princess Anne
COACH OF THE YEAR: Darnell Dozier, Princess Anne

FIRST TEAM:
Gadiva Hubbard, Princess Anne
CeCe Crudup, Highland Springs
Jada Graves, Edison
Taya Bolden, Highland Springs
Megan Hendrick, Edison
Jennifer Coleman, Highland Springs
Angela Carraballo, L.C. Bird
Imani Wheeler, Potomac

SECOND TEAM:
Chloe Roach, Tuscarora
Mariah Leonard, Broad Run
Michal Ross, Glen Allen
Alyse Armentrout, Atlee
Ashley Weaver, Atlee
Summer Matlock, Wakefield
Adria Strothers, Menchville
Annemarie Beran, J.R. Tucker

GROUP 4A GIRLS:

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Megan Walker, Monacan
COACH OF THE YEAR: Larry Starr, Monacan

FIRST TEAM:
Megan Walker, Monacan

Jaiden Morris, Monacan
Malury Bates, William Fleming
Amesha Miller, Kings Fork
Alex Parson, Monacan
Qwonneshia King, William Fleming
Emily Thompson, Loudoun Valley
Taylor Edwards, Woodrow Wilson

SECOND TEAM:
Natalie Villaflor, Loudoun County
Mattie Kennedy, Carroll County
Lauren Reed, Millbrook
Taya Robinson, Huguenot
Junajah Sommerville, Lake Taylor
Alaijah Ragland, Charlottesville
Kaliya Barbour, GW-Danville
Shannen Atkinson, Smithfield

GROUP 4A BOYS:

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Kuony Deng, John Champe
COACH OF THE YEAR: RJ Spelsberg, Monacan

FIRST TEAM:
Kuony Deng, John Champe
Greg Parham, Monacan
Jermaine Marrow, Heritage
Damon Childress, William Byrd
Travius Smith, Lake Taylor
Musah Sackor, Eastern View
Nick Ball, Loudoun Valley
Zach Collins, Freedom

SECOND TEAM:
Jordan Miller, Loudoun Valley
Jason Wade, Hanover
Jalyn Jarrett, Dinwiddie
Anias Saunders, Eastern View
T.J. Jones, E.C. Glass
Ryan Jones, Smithfield
A.J. Outler, Sherando
Tyrell Adams, William Fleming




Tuesday, March 22, 2016

LISTEN LIVE: Glen Allen at Douglas Freeman on Baseball Game of The Week

Click on the embedded page below at 6pm tonight to hear the defending 4A State Champions, the Glen Allen Jaguars, battle 5A State Semifinalist Douglas Freeman in a new Colonial District and Conference 11 matchup, only on the RVA Sports Network Game of The Week!


Tuesday, March 15, 2016

TUESDAY SCHEDULE CHANGES

Only postponements and cancellations are listed for this evening. If your game is not listed, assume that it is still on.

BASEBALL:
Clover Hill at Cosby (postponed to Wednesday, 4:30pm)
Hopewell at Monacan (postponed to Wednesday, 4:30pm)
Varina at Meadowbrook (postponed to Thursday, 5:30pm)
Thomas Jefferson at Petersburg (postponed to Friday, 6pm)

SOFTBALL:
Clover Hill at Cosby (postponed to Wednesday, 4:30pm)
Atlee at Douglas Freeman (postponed to Wednesday, 6pm)
Glen Allen at J.R. Tucker (postponed to Wednesday, 6pm)
Dinwiddie at Powhatan (postponed to Monday March 21st)
Mills Godwin at Henrico (postponed to Wednesday April 20th)
Highland Springs at Meadowbrook (cancelled)
Thomas Jefferson at Petersburg (cancelled)

BOYS SOCCER:
Manchester at L.C. Bird (postponed to Monday April 18th)

BOYS LACROSSE:
Thomas Dale at Hermitage (postponed to Thursday March 24th)

BOYS TENNIS:
Powhatan at Monacan (cancelled)

JV BASEBALL:
Cosby at Clover Hill (postponed to Wednesday, 4:30pm)
Monacan at Hopewell (postponed to Wednesday, 4:30pm)
Hanover at Dinwiddie (postponed to Wednesday, 6pm)
Matoaca at Powhatan (postponed to Wednesday, 4pm)

JV SOFTBALL:
Cosby at Clover Hill (postponed to Wednesday, 4:30pm)
James River at L.C. Bird (postponed to Wednesday, 4:30pm)

JV BOYS SOCCER:
Manchester at L.C. Bird (postponed to Monday April 18th)

Monday, March 14, 2016

LISTEN LIVE: Baseball Game of The Week: Midlothian at Atlee

CLICK HERE to listen live to the season premiere of the Game of The Week as Midlothian travels to Atlee in baseball action, tonight at 6pm!

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP WEDNESDAY: Our Broadcast and Tweet Schedule!!

After much deliberation, and your input, we have decided on the following live coverage schedule tomorrow as FIVE Richmond-area teams play for VHSL State Basketball Championships!

NOTES:

VIDEO COVERAGE FROM VHSL: If you prefer to watch the championship games, you can online via the Virginia High School League and NFHS, for a $9.95 fee, which covers all games for one day by CLICKING HERE. For $14.95, you can watch the rest of the week, including the Hopewell and John Marshall boys Friday, and Appomattox Regional Governors School Thursday, plus any Saturday championship games they are involved in.

COMING TO SIEGEL?: Tickets are $10, doors open at 9am.  Parking is available in the Broad Street deck across from Siegel and in the Bowe Street deck across from Kroger on the same side of Broad as Siegel. One ticket is good all day Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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4A GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP: MONACAN 93, WILLIAM FLEMING 56

4A BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP: MONACAN 57, LAKE TAYLOR 53

5A GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP: Princess Anne 73, Highland Springs 50

5A BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP: Potomac 67, L.C. Bird 61

6A GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP: COSBY 42, LANGLEY 37





Sunday, March 6, 2016

All-3A East Region Basketball Teams Announced

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being named to the All-3A East Region Boys and Girls Basketball teams:

BOYS:

FIRST TEAM:
Maliek White, George Wythe
Greg Jones, John Marshall
Jeremy Carter-Sheppard, John Marshall
Deonte Jones, Hopewell
Travis Field, I.C. Norcom
Kevin Davis, I.C. Norcom
Luther Gibbs, Culpeper County

SECOND TEAM;
Brandon Smith, Colonial Heights
Kyle Claytor, New Kent
Dre'jon Boley, James Monroe
Robert Smith, Phoebus
Travis Ingram, I.C. Norcom
Antwan Miler, Phoebus
Michael Cunningham, Park View-South Hill
Elijah Marks, Culpeper County

Region Boys Player of The Year: Travis Field, I.C. Norcom
Region Boys Coach of The Year: Leon Goolsby, I.C. Norcom

GIRLS:

FIRST TEAM:
Natierra Luster, John Marshall
Raven Williams, Petersburg
Dajouneik Wingfield, John Marshall
Samantha Brunelle, William Monroe
Mahkala Knox, I.C. Norcom
Sondra Fan, Poquoson
Ada Stanley, Brentsville District
Olivia Schulz, Warhill

SECOND TEAM:
Imani McDowell-Jarmon, Tabb
Monica Ditt, James Monroe
Odicci Alexander, Park View-South Hill
Jewel Walters, Warhill
Kiana Artis, Phoebus
Kieran McClure, Warhill
Dajour Strother, Willliam Monroe
Destiny Jones, I.C. Norcom

Region Girls Player of The Year: Samantha Brunelle, William Monroe
Region Girls Coach of The Year: Anthony Chapelle, I.C. Norcom

Saturday, March 5, 2016

TOURNAMENT CENTRAL: State Basketball Semifinal And Championship Schedules!

Eight Richmond-area teams head to the Siegel Center this week with hopes of hoisting a state championship trophy. Below is the schedule for these teams in the Virginia High School League (VHSL) State Semifinals.

NOTES:

--Games confirmed to be covered on the RVA Sports Network Twitter network are noted with the Twitter feed to follow beside the game listing. All games featured on our main network feed, @TheRVASportsNet.

--Tickets are $10 per "session". The Siegel Center will be cleared between sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday between the 3:30pm and 7:15pm games. Children aged six and under are admitted free with a parent.

--All semifinals and championship games are available to watch, for a fee, via the NFHS and VHSL by CLICKING HERE.

--Follow @TheRVASportsNet on Twitter as there is a chance RVA Sports Network may air internet radio coverage of selected state championship games. If this happens, we will broadcast on our YouTube Channel, found by CLICKING HERE.

--Final scores are in bold.

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MONDAY MARCH 7:

4A BOYS SEMIFINAL: Monacan 65, GW-Danville 63
(Monacan vs Lake Taylor for state title, Wednesday, 11:45am)

4A GIRLS SEMIFINAL: Monacan 79, King's Fork 55
(Monacan vs. William Fleming for state title, Wednesday, 10am)

5A GIRLS SEMIFINAL: Highland Springs 72, Edison 61 (F/OT)
(Highland Springs vs. Princess Anne for state title, Wednesday, 2pm)

TUESDAY MARCH 8:

5A BOYS SEMIFINAL: L.C. Bird 54, Wakefield 51
(L.C. Bird vs. Potomac for state title, Wednesday, 3:45pm)

6A GIRLS SEMIFINAL: Cosby 64, Herndon 33
(Cosby vs. Langley for state title, Wednesday, 7:15pm)

WEDNESDAY MARCH 9:

4A GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP: Monacan vs. William Fleming, 10am
4A BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP: Monacan vs. John Champe/Lake Taylor winner, 11:45am
5A GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP: Highland Springs vs Princess Anne/Salem winner, 2pm
5A BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP: L.C. Bird vs. Potomac, 3:45pm
6A GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP: Cosby vs. Herndon, 7:15pm

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THURSDAY MARCH 10:

1A GIRLS SEMIFINAL: #1 Appomattox Regional GS vs. #2 Fort Chiswell, 2pm

FRIDAY MARCH 11:

3A BOYS SEMIFINAL: #2 Hopewell vs. #1 Northside, 3:45pm

3A BOYS SEMIFINAL: #3 John Marshall vs. #1 I.C. Norcom, 7:30pm

SATURDAY MARCH 12:

1A GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP: 10am
3A BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP: 8pm