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Monday, October 20, 2014

VHSL Football Point Standings (After Week 8):

6A SOUTH SUB-REGION (Top 8 Qualify)
1) C.D. Hylton (30.571)
2) Colonial Forge (28.714)
3) Thomas Dale (28.286)
4) Patrick Henry-Roanoke (28.000)
5) Forest Park (27.429)
6) Cosby (27.286)
7) Woodbridge (25.714)
8) James River (25.500)
*****
9) Varina (25.286)
10) Riverbend (24.857)

5A SOUTH CENTRAL SUB-REGION (Top 8 Qualify):
1) Highland Springs (30.571)
2) Hermitage (30.000)
3) Manchester (29.714)
4) L.C. Bird (28.571)
5) Atlee (28.000)
6) Henrico (27.000)
7) Douglas Freeman (25.714)
8) Meadowbrook (23.714)
*****
9) Mills Godwin (21.714)
10) Prince George (20.429)
11T) Matoaca (20.286)
         Lee-Davis (20.286)
13) Clover Hill (19.429)
14) Deep Run (17.429)

                (Juwan Carter throws 71-yard TD pass to Greg Dortch in Highland Springs' 34-19 win Friday)

4A SOUTH (Top 16 Qualify in "all-in" format):
1) Lake Taylor (31.143)
2) Heritage/Newport News (28.750)
3) Phoebus (28.375)
4) Monacan (26.429)
5) Kings Fork (26.143)
6) I.C. Norcom (26.000)
7) Powhatan (25.286)
8) Hanover (24.857)
9) Dinwiddie (24.429)
10) Tabb (23.429)
11) Grafton (22.857)
12) Booker T. Washington (22.333)
13) Nansemond River (22.143)
14) Denbigh (20.500)
15) Churchland (20.429)
16) Lakeland (20.143)
*****
17) Smithfield (20.000)
18) Woodrow Wilson (18.857)
19) J.R. Tucker (18.571)
20) Midlothian (18.000)
21) Deep Creek (16.857)
22) Glen Allen (16.714)

3A EAST (Top 16 Qualify in "all-in" format--area teams in bold):
1) Lafayette (28.143)
2) Loudoun Valley (26.571)
3) James Monroe (25.714)
4) Kettle Run (25.429)
5) Hopewell (23.429)
6) Armstrong (22.429)
7) Skyline (21.750)
8) Poquoson (21.571)
9) John Champe (21.286)
10) Petersburg (19.714)
11) William Monroe (19.429)
12) York (18.714)
13) Culpeper County (17.625)
14) Colonial Heights (17.429)
15) Huguenot (17.375)
16) Brentsville District (16.857)
*****
17) Park View-South Hill (16.143)
18T) Central (16.000)
        John Marshall (16.000)
20) Warren County (15.429)
21T) Thomas Jefferson (15.286)
         Spotsylvania (15.286)

Friday, October 17, 2014

FOOTBALL FINALS....

#1 Hermitage 42, Douglas Freeman 7 (Panthers are 7-0, Rebels fall to 5-2)

#2 Highland Springs 34, Lee-Davis 19 (Springers to 7-0, scoring 27 points in the first quarter)

Varina 28, #5 Henrico 27 (possible game-winning drive ends short after onside kick recovery, Warriors fall to 6-1. Blue Devils are 3-4, keep playoff hopes alive)

Mills Godwin 47, John Marshall 25 (Eagles keep 5A South hopes alive improving to 4-3)

Atlee 45, Glen Allen 14 (Jaguars lose sixth straight, now 1-6...)

J.R. Tucker 40, Deep Run 28 (Tigers improve to 3-4, stay within striking distance of playoff berth in 4A South)

OTHER FINALS:

#3 Manchester 26, #9 Cosby 0
#4 L.C. Bird 73, Huguenot 0
#6 Thomas Dale 42, Colonial Heights 0
#10 Dinwiddie 28, Matoaca 24
Meadowbrook 40, Prince George 7
Midlothian 43, George Wythe 0
James River 51, Clover Hill 23
Hopewell 42, Petersburg 28
Powhatan 56, Orange 6
Poquoson 28, New Kent 7
Ameila 28, Prince Edward 14
Courtland 69, Caroline 13
King William 52, Mathews 0
Louisa 48, Fluvanna 16
Collegiate 28, FUMA 7
Charles City 47, Middlesex 14

SATURDAY:
Patrick Henry (2-4) at Thomas Jefferson (1-5), 1PM
Benedictine (6-1) at Woodberry Forest (4-0), 2PM
Trinity Episcopal (4-3) at St. Christopher's (3-3), 3PM



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Thursday, October 16, 2014

"SUPER 6" RANKINGS: Field Hockey and Volleyball!

HCS Media Network is producing special "Super 6" Polls in Field Hockey and Volleyball in the weeks leading up to the postseason.

Field Hockey is released Tuesday nights at 10pm on Twitter (@henricosports), Boys Volleyball Wednesday night, Girls Volleyball Thursday night.

Here they are!

FIELD HOCKEY:

1) Maggie Walker Governor's School (13-0)
2) Cosby (10-0)
3) Prince George (12-1)
4) Deep Run (10-2)
5) Hanover (10-2)
6) Midlothian (10-2)

Just Out: Henrico (10-2), Atlee (9-3)


BOYS VOLLEYBALL:

1) Cosby (19-0-2)
2) Douglas Freeman (13-3-3)
3) Atlee (13-4-1)
4) Clover Hill (14-3-1)
5) Colonial Heights (15-3-2)
6) Midlothian (12-4)

Just Out: Glen Allen (14-5); Deep Run (12-5)


GIRLS VOLLEYBALL:

1) Lee-Davis (15-4)
2) Cosby (17-4)
3) Hanover (15-4)
4) Atlee (14-7)
5) Glen Allen (15-4)
6) Deep Run (12-4)

Just Out: James River, Mills Godwin....

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Monday, October 13, 2014

Updated VHSL Football Playoff Standings....

Highland Springs becomes the #1 team in all of 5A South Region, while Varina drops out of the 6A South playoff standings. There are four big weeks to go as teams jostle for position for the postseason which begins November 14th.

6A SOUTH (Sub-Region consisting of teams in Conferences 3/4; Top 8 make playoffs):

1) C.D. Hylton (29.333)
2) Colonial Forge (28.000)
3) Patrick Henry-Roanoke (27.571)
4) Cosby (27.500)
5) Thomas Dale (26.833)
6T) Forest Park (26.333)
      Woodbridge (26.333)
8) James River (24.529)
*********
9) Riverbend (22.667)
10) Varina (22.333)

5A SOUTH (Sub-Region consisting of teams in Conferences 11/12; Top 8 make playoffs):

1) Highland Springs (30.333)
2) Hermitage (28.333)
3) Manchester (28.000)
4) L.C. Bird (27.833)
5) Henrico (27.667)
6) Atlee (27.333)
7) Douglas Freeman (25.667)
8) Meadowbrook (21.667)
*********
9) Prince George (21.000)
10) Mills Godwin (20.667)
11) Matoaca (20.333)
12) Lee-Davis (19.667)
13) Clover Hill (19.000)

4A SOUTH (Top 16 teams make playoffs in "All-In" format):

1) Lake Taylor (30.333)
2) Heritage/Newport News (26.429)
3) Phoebus (26.286)
4) Monacan (25.286)
5) I.C. Norcom (24.857)
6) King's Fork (24.667)
7) Dinwiddie (23.833)
8) Powhatan (23.667)
9) Booker T. Washington (23.000)
10T) Tabb (22.333)
        Hanover (22.333)
        Nansemond River (22.333)
13) Grafton (22.000)
14) Churchland (20.500)
15) Smithfield (20.167)
16) Denbigh (19.143)
*********
17) Lakeland (18.167)
18) J.R. Tucker (17.333)
19) Woodrow Wilson (17.000)
20) Midlothian (16.857)
21) Deep Creek (16.500)
22) Glen Allen (16.000)

3A EAST (Top 16 teams make playoffs in "All-In" format; area teams in bold):

1) Lafayette (26.500)
2) Loudoun Valley (25.500)
3) James Monroe (25.000)
4) Kettle Run (24.667)
5) Armstrong (23.333)
6) Hopewell (21.833)
7T) Poquoson (20.667)
      Petersburg (20.667)
9) Skyline (20.429)
10) John Champe (20.167)
11) William Monroe (18.000)
12) Culpeper County (17.857)
13) York (17.833)
14) Huguenot (17.000)
15T) Colonial Heights (16.833)
         Park View/South Hill (16.833)
*********
17) Brentsville (16.167)
18) Central (15.833)
19) John Marshall (15.667)
20T) Spotsylvania (15.000)
        Thomas Jefferson (15.000)
22) Warhill (14.667)

2A EAST (Top 16 make playoffs in "All-In" format; local teams listed):

1) Goochland (24.200)
6) Nottoway (19.167)
9) King William (17.333)
16) Ameila (14.800)

Friday, October 10, 2014

WEEK 7: FOOTBALL FINALS....

#1 Hermitage 51, Deep Run 0
(Panthers are 6-0, Wildcats are 0-6)

#2 Highland Springs 35, #7 Armstrong 30
(Springers survive on the road to move to 6-0)

#6 Henrico 7, Hanover 3
(Warriors score with 16 seconds left to move to 6-0)

#9 Atlee 40, Varina 13
(Blue Devils fall behind big early, tumble to 2-4...)

#10 Douglas Freeman 14, Mills Godwin 12
(First back-to-back wins for Rebels over Eagles ever, now 5-1. Godwin 3-3)

Lee-Davis 10, Glen Allen 6
(Jaguars give up all 10 points in second half, fall to 1-5)

Patrick Henry 27, J.R. Tucker 13
(Tigers end two key drives with mistakes, fall to 2-4 in Ashland)