Saturday, June 27, 2015

American Legion Scores, Standings (UPDATED MONDAY)

The heavy rains have done a number on American Legion District 11 scheduling. Here is a look at the last few days, current standings and schedule.

RESULTS:

Thursday June 25:
Colonial Heights Post 284P 13, Lakeside Post 125F 4
Mechanicsville Post 175 at Lakeside Post 125, postponed to Sunday July 12th
Colonial Heights Post 284B at Powhatan Post 201, postponed to Monday July 6th

Friday June 26:
Colonial Heights Post 284P 6, South Richmond Post 137 5
West End Post 361 at Powhatan Post 201, postponed to Sunday July 12th
Colonial Heights Post 284B at Lakeside Post 125, postponed to Monday July 13th

Saturday June 27:
Midlothian Post 186 at Colonial Heights Post 284B, postponed to Tuesday July 7th
South Richmond Post 137 at Mechanicsville Post 175, postponed, date TBA
West End Post 361 at Lakeside Post 125, postponed, date TBA
Powhatan Post 201 at Colonial Heights Post 284P, postponed to Thursday July 9th

Sunday June 28:
Colonial Heights Post 284P 5, South Richmond Post 137 2
Mechanicsville Post 175 12, West End Post 361 7
Powhatan Post 201 14, Lakeside Post 125F 0
Lakeside Post 125 at Colonial Heights Post 284B, postponed to Tuesday July 14th

Monday June 29:
West End Post 361 6, South Richmond Post 137 1
Midlothian Post 186 9, Lakeside Post 125F 1

STANDINGS:
Colonial Heights Post 284P: 7-1
Mechanicsville Post 175: 4-1
Colonial Heights Post 284B: 3-1
Lakeside Post 125: 2-1
West End Post 361: 4-2
Powhatan Post 201: 3-2
South Richmond Post 137: 2-4
Midlothian Post 186: 1-6
Lakeside Post 125F: 1-9

SCHEDULE:

Tuesday June 30:
Lakeside Post 125 at Lakeside Post 125F, 7pm
Midlothian Post 186 at South Richmond Post 137, 7pm
Powhatan Post 201 at West End Post 361, 7pm
Colonial Heights Post 284B at Mechanicsville Post 175, 7pm

Wednesday July 1:
All-Star Game for Underclassmen, 7pm at Douglas Freeman HS

Thursday July 2:
Midlothian Post 186 at Lakeside Post 125, 7pm
Powhatan Post 201 at South Richmond Post 137, 7pm
Colonial Heights Post 284P at West End Post 361, 7pm
Lakeside Post 125F at Mechanicsville Post 175, 7pm

Friday July 3 (Doubleheaders):
Lakeside Post 125 at West End Post 361, 5:30pm
Colonial Heights Post 284P at Colonial Heights Post 284B, 6pm

Game Locations:
Mechanicsville Post 175--Atlee HS
Lakeside Post 125 & 125F--Douglas Freeman HS
West End Post 361--Hermitage HS
Powhatan Post 201--Powhatan HS
Midlothian Post 186--Rockwood Park
South Richmond Post 137--LC Bird HS
Colonial Heights Post 284P and B--Shepherd Stadium

Saturday, June 20, 2015

American Legion Baseball Saturday Scoreboard

Colonial Heights Post 284 Pirates 9, Midlothian Post 186 6

Colonial Heights Post 284 Bucs 8, Lakeside Post 125F 5 (8 innings, game called in top of ninth due to storms)

South Richmond Post 137 vs West End Post 361 (game suspended at 1-1 in top of 4th inning; will be replayed, no date yet announced)

Powhatan Post 201 at Lakeside Post 125, ppd. (rain). Will be made good Monday at 7pm at Douglas Freeman HS.

SUNDAY SCHEDULE (all games first pitch 3pm):
South Richmond Post 137 at Lakeside Post 125F
Powhatan Post 201 at Midlothian Post 186
Mechanicsville Post 175 at Colonial Heights Post 284 Pirates
Colonial Heights Post 284 Bucs at West End Post 361

Thursday, June 18, 2015

HONORS: VHSL Group 5A All-State Boys, Girls Soccer Teams Announced; Stevens Coach of the Year

Mills Godwin head boys soccer coach Skip Stevens added to his hardware today, being named Virginia High School League (VHSL) Group 5A State Boys Soccer Coach of The Year. Meanwhile, four of his players were named First Team All-State, a fitting culmination to a 5A State Championship season.

The Group 5A All-State Boys and Girls Soccer teams are listed below:

BOYS SOCCER:

FIRST TEAM:
Forward: Abu Koroma, Broad Run
Forward: Marcel Berry, Albemarle
Forward: Justin Carey, Tuscarora
Forward: Milton Juarez, Freedom (Woodbridge)
Forward: Tyriq Wellman, Massaponax
Midfield: Will Selden, Mills Godwin
Midfield: Lee Hogge, Maury
Midfield: Hristo Bustamante, Edison
Midfield: Jorge Urias, Freedom (Woodbridge)
Midfield: Blake Brown, Hickory
Defense: Sam Dracos, Mills Godwin
Defense: Henry Mordica, Mills Godwin
Defense: Holden Fisher, Mills Godwin
Defense: Fino Essiam, Briar Woods
Defense: Gustavo Marsillac, Princess Anne
Goalkeeper: Duncan Wrenn, Princess Anne

SECOND TEAM:
Forward: Sukrija Dudic, Hermitage
Forward: Davis Topping, Matoaca
Forward: Kevin Carroll, Deep Run
Forward: Shamarr Perry, Maury
Forward: Justin Dyke, Matoaca
Midfield: Tyler Shupack, Deep Run
Midfield: Brendan Moyers, Albemarle
Midfield: Hunter Sirine, Kempsville
Midfield: Griffin Cyphers, Stone Bridge
Midfield: Peter Diawuo, Mount Vernon
Defense: Randy Burks, Clover Hill
Defense: Will Mejia, Falls Church
Defense: Jose Ormeno, Edison
Defense: Julian Scoffield, Mountain View
Defense: Jordan Parks, Albemarle
Goalkeeper: Bernardo Mejia, Meadowbrook
Goalkeeper: Chris Shutler, Briar Woods

GIRLS SOCCER:

FIRST TEAM:
Forward: Caroline Kerns, Broad Run
Forward: Amy Thompson, Stone Bridge
Forward: Paige Franks, Mills Godwin
Forward: Darby Moore, Maury
Forward: Star White, Maury
Midfield: Claire Franks, Mills Godwin
Midfield: Sara Deutsch, Broad Run
Midfield: Jazzy Loredo, Albemarle
Midfield: Cristina Bashara, Maury
Midfield: Anna Heilferty, JEB Stuart
Defense: Maddie Burns, Deep Run
Defense: Lexi Taylor, Broad Run
Defense: Brigitte Deel, Stone Bridge
Defense: Talia Tapper, Kellam
Defense: Sarah Mariano, Maury
Goalkeeper: Courtenay Kaplan, Tuscarora

SECOND TEAM:
Forward: Joanne (Jo Jo) Taylor, Prince George
Forward: Sam Jerabeck, Clover Hill
Forward: Carmen Thomas, Albemarle
Forward: Kennedy Jakubek, Tuscarora
Forward: Mary Grace McGregor, Mountain View
Midfield: Molly Shields, Atlee
Midfield: Ayan Adu, Briar Woods
Midfield: Nelia Perez, Menchville
Midfield: Christina Feliciano, Kellam
Midfield: Kaitlin Bailey, Massaponax
Defense: Lydia Hall, Patrick Henry
Defense: Jordan Denton, Atlee
Defense: Asia Pinckney, Massaponax
Defense: Chloe Beverina, JEB Stuart
Defense: Tori Browne, Menchville
Goalkeeper: Maisy Fling, Lee-Davis

Saturday, June 13, 2015

Three State Champions Crowned Saturday!

BASEBALL: The Glen Allen Jaguars captured the first State Baseball Championship in school history Saturday with a 9-3 win over Jefferson Forest in the 4A State title game at Liberty University in Lynchburg. The Jaguars go 6-0 in the postseason, finishing the year at 23-3.

Baseball joins Competition Cheer, who won the Virginia High School League (VHSL) 4A State Championship last November, as the first two state champion sports teams in school history.

Glen Allen will not be able to defend their title, though, as this fall the Jaguars, along with J.R. Tucker, move up to the 5A classification and will join Conference 11, which includes Douglas Freeman, Deep Run, Mills Godwin, Hermitage, Henrico, and Lee-Davis. Atlee moves to Conference 16 in 5A North while Highland Springs moves to Conference 12.


GIRLS TENNIS: The domination of Mills Godwin continues as the Eagles captured yet another state championship, winning the 5A title in Newport News this afternoon over George Marshall, 5-3.


BOYS SOCCER: Two second-half goals propel the Mills Godwin Eagles to a 2-0 win over Broad Run to claim the 5A State Championship Saturday afternoon at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax. Will Martin and Tommy Kinnick scored less than two minutes apart in the 69th and 71st minutes to clinch and insure.

The Eagles complete the season at 18-4-1.

(Head Coach Skip Stevens and his brother, assistant coach Bucky Stevens, carry the 5A Boys Soccer State Trophy to the bus for the trip back to the trophy case!)

Friday, June 12, 2015

STATE SEMIFINAL FRIDAY....

5A Boys Soccer: Mills Godwin 3, Tuscarora 1 (Eagles to play for 5A State Championship vs. Broad Run on Saturday)

4A Baseball: Glen Allen 6, Fauquier 4 (Jaguars face Jefferson Forest at 10am at Liberty University for 4A State Championship)

5A Girls Soccer: Broad Run 2, Mills Godwin 1 (OT)

5A Baseball: Stone Bridge 6, Douglas Freeman 0

All-5A South Boys Soccer Region Teams....

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being named to the 5A South Boys Soccer All-Region teams.

FIRST TEAM:
Goalkeeper: Bernando Mejia (Meadowbrook)
Goalkeeper: Duncan Wrenn (Princess Anne)
Defense: Randy Burks (Clover Hill)
Defense: Sam Dracos (Mills Godwin)
Defense: Gustavo Marsillac (Princess Anne)
Defense: Holden Fisher (Mills Godwin)
Defense: Henry Mordica (Mills Godwin)
Midfield: Lee Hogge (Maury)
Midfield: Will Selden (Mills Godwin)
Midfield: Tyler Shupack (Deep Run)
Midfield: Blake Brown (Hickory)
Midfield: Hunter Sirine (Kempsville)
Forward: Davis Topping (Matoaca)
Forward: Sukrija Dudic (Hermitage)
Forward: Shamarr Perry (Maury)
Forward: Kevin Carroll (Deep Run)
Forward: Justin Dyke (Matoaca)

SECOND TEAM:
Goalkeeper: Matthew Hyland (Atlee)
Defense: Clay Smith (Hickory)
Defense: Mouctar Bah (Hermitage)
Defense: Chauncey Gwaikolo (Hermitage)
Defense: David Kim (Matoaca)
Defense: Ryder Sadler (Clover Hill)
Midfield: Jordan Hill (Great Bridge)
Midfield: John Levin (Deep Run)
Midfield: Josh Kraus (Atlee)
Midfield: Jonathan Argueta (Meadowbrook)
Midfield: Myles Smith (Meadowbrook)
Forward: Sam Muse (Lee-Davis)
Forward: Christian Murphy (Warwick)
Forward: Jhosep Huaromo (Princess Anne)
Forward: Christian Murphy (Warwick)
Forward: Ben Barrett (Maury)

5A South Region Boys Player of The Year: Lee Hogge, Maury
5A South Region Boys Coach of The Year: Skip Stevens, Mills Godwin

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

HONORS: All-4A South Region Boys Soccer Team...

Congratulations to the following student-athletes on earning All-4A South Region Boys Soccer team honors:

FIRST TEAM:

Forward: Connor Rea, Midlothian
Forward: Cole Farnsworth, Hanover
Forward: Elcor Castillo, Denbigh
Forward: Brayan Morales, Nansemond River
Forward: Jeff Wolons, Jamestown
Midfield: Jarrett Nooney, Hanover
Midfield: Luan Schlebusch, Glen Allen
Midfield: Ben Carper, Jamestown
Midfield: Axel Lopez, Nansemond River
Midfield: Derek Cook, Tabb
Defense: Ryan Powers, Midlothian
Defense: David Dustin, Hanover
Defense: Marcol Reyes, Nansemond River
Defense: Wilson Coughenour, Jamestown
Defense: Nishan Monnjian, Grafton
Goalkeeper: Adam Farnsworth, Hanover

SECOND TEAM:

Forward: Clay Everett, Monacan
Forward: Duncan McDevitt, Jamestown
Forward: Matt Holden, Denbigh
Forward: Steven Hux, Heritage
Forward: Sterling McGee, King's Fork
Midfield: Mustafa Ustic, J.R. Tucker
Midfield: Kevin Tripp, Jamestown
Midfield: Dylan Lorio-MacNamara, Grafton
Midfield: Jordan Gibson, Smithfield
Midfield: Ty Williams, Nansemond River
Defense: Wilkin Chikunguwo, J.R. Tucker
Defense: Irvin Sanchez, Denbigh
Defense: Austin Heyman, Nansemond River
Defense: Colin Gary, Smithfield
Defense: Matt Montgomery, Tabb
Goalkeeper: Jay Fox, Grafton

HONORABLE MENTION:

Forward: Ravon Sobers, Deep Creek
Forward: Allen Blair, Tabb
Forward: Christopher Jones, Smithfield
Forward: Kevin Bower, Powhatan
Forward: Miles Rapp, Dinwiddie
Forward: Chino Calderon, J.R. Tucker
Midfield: Kari Greene, Heritage
Midfield: Jesus Moreno, J.R. Tucker
Defense: Nathan Neisius, Powhatan
Defense: Cody Bell, Dinwiddie
Defense: Joel Tidman, Caroline
Defense: Kenwood Harris, King's Fork
Defense: Nizere Bailey, Heritage

4A South Boys Soccer Player of The Year: Connor Rea, Midlothian
4A South Boys Soccer Player of The Year: Bill Dittmar, Denbigh