Friday, April 29, 2016

GAME OF THE WEEK LISTEN LIVE LINK!

CLICK HERE to listen live to #2 Atlee at #1 Lee-Davis Softball tonight, 6:45pm only on RVA Sports Network!

Sunday, April 17, 2016

New Top 10, First Super 6 Polls Released....

Get the latest RVA Sports Network Top 10 Baseball and Softball polls, and see if your team made the first Super 6 polls in soccer and lacrosse!

CLICK HERE to see all the latest from RVASN!

Monday, April 11, 2016

LISTEN LIVE: #6 Glen Allen at #2 Atlee Softball TONIGHT

Softball Week begins tonight LIVE, only on RVA Sports Network, beginning with Glen Allen as the sixth-ranked Jaguars go to Atlee to battle the second-ranked and defending 5A State Champion Raiders.

CLICK HERE to listen live starting at 6pm!

Sunday, April 3, 2016

TOP 10: Jaguars, Wildcats, Eagles in Each Debut Poll....

The first RVA Sports Network Top 10 Baseball and Softball Polls were released Saturday night on the "Central Region NOW!" Podcast posted at the top of our website.

The Deep Run Wildcats occupy the #9 position in both baseball and softball with three weeks gone in the regular season.

The Glen Allen Jaguars baseball team is ranked third, while the softball team is sixth, their only loss coming to unbeaten #2 Lee-Davis.

At Mills Godwin, the baseball team debuts at #4, while the softball team is ranked eighth.

To see the entire Top 10 Polls, CLICK HERE!

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

LISTEN LIVE TONIGHT: Glen Allen at Douglas Freeman Baseball

Click on the embedded YouTube link below at 6pm tonight to hear the defending 4A State Champion Glen Allen Jaguars battle last year's 5A State Semifinalist Douglas Freeman in the dawning of a new Colonial District and Conference 11 rivalry on the RVA Sports Network High School Game of The Week!


Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Conference 12: Varina, Highland Springs Move On

A tale of two games, a fitting title for two incredibly different matchups, tempos, defenses, offenses and teams. On Tuesday night, the higher seeds won out, as the Springers from Highland Springs defeated the Royals from Prince George 68-62 and the Blue Devils of Varina easily dismantled the Warriors of Matoaca 54-39. One would define the matchup between Varina and Matoaca as slow-paced, unapprehensive and well-calculated, while the second game would be one known as a “free-for-all”, a game where high-flying dunks and falls from above the basket were more than common.
After a pretty even first half in which Varina led by only five at the break, the Blue Devils pulled away and won by sixteen come the final buzzer. Jhalen Thomas led all Springer scorers with fifteen points, nine of which came from behind the arc. Two other Springer players were in double digits, as Andre Watkins had twelve and Anthony Taylor added another ten. For the Blue Devils, Terrance Whitfield matched Thomas’s scoring at fifteen, while perennial scorer Obidiah Stith heated up in the second half to finish with ten points.
A major advantage for Varina was their ability to reach the free-throw line consistently compared to Matoaca who only reached it four times the entire evening, draining 75% of their shots. Matoaca actually rebounded Varina 19-15, but had a considerably smaller put-back percentage. The Warriors also turned it over eleven more times than the Blue Devils. Varina moves to 17-6 on the season and advances to play Meadowbrook tomorrow evening at 7:15 at Meadowbrook.
While the first game was slow and collected, the second could be described as a unending offensive attack from both sides, as four players scored more than 15 points. At many points during the game, players from both teams could be found on the floor, scrapping for balls and climbing over each other for a chance to win the possession. Donald Little took over the game for the Springers, scoring 15 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter alone, almost singlehandedly leading them to victory. Arthur Radford added another 19 to help his team advance. For the Royals, Cory Hill used his high-flying abilities to drop 19 on the opponent and big man Savonte Chappell donated 18 more.

From the line, the Royals shot 78% from the line compared to the Springers’ 59%, but even this was not enough, as they turned the ball over twenty times over the course of 32 minutes. Both teams advanced to 12-11 on the season, but only Highland Springs will advance to tomorrow where they will meet the 19-1 Skyhawks of L. C. Bird in the semifinals for a chance to play in the 5A South Regional Tournament.

(contributed by RVA Sports Network correspondent Preston Hausser)

Friday, February 12, 2016

TRACK: Updated 5A South Region Tournament Schedule

Due to snow in Hampton Roads Friday, the 5A South Region Meet at Boo Williams Sportsplex was moved to a Saturday/Monday format, taking advantage of the President's Day holiday.

The current schedule is posted below.

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13:

Coaches Meeting: 11:15am
Certification (Shot Put/Pole Vault): 11:30am

EVENTS (FIELD):
12pm: Girls Triple Jump, then Boys
          Girls Pole Vault, then Boys
12:45pm: Boys Shot Put, Girls High Jump

EVENTS (TRACK):
12pm: Girls 4 X 800
12:15pm: Boys 4 X 800

Preliminaries:
2pm: Girls 55 Meter Hurdles
2:10pm: Boys 55 Meter Hurdles
2:20pm: Girls 55 Meters
2:30pm: Boys 55 Meters

Finals:
3:15pm: Girls 55 Meter Hurdles
3:25pm: Boys 55 Meter Hurdles
3:35pm: Girls 55 Meters
3:40pm: Boys 55 Meters

MONDAY FEBRUARY 15:

Coaches Meeting: 9:15am
Certification (Shot Put): 9:30am

EVENTS (FIELD):
10am: Girls Long Jump, then Boys, followed by Girls Shot Put and Boys High Jump

EVENTS (TRACK):
12pm: Girls 4 X 200 Relay
12:20pm: Boys 4 X 200 Relay
12:30pm: Girls 1600 Meters
12:50pm: Boys 1600 Meters
1:10pm: Girls 500 Meters
1:20pm: Boys 500 Meters
1:30pm: Girls 1000 Meters
1:45pm: Boys 1000 Meters
2pm: Girls 300 Meters
2:10pm: Boys 300 Meters
2:20pm: Girls 3200 Meters
2:40pm: Boys 3200 Meters
3pm: Girls 4 X 400 Meters
3:10pm: Boys 4 X 400 Meters