Monday, June 30, 2014

Special Report: More Changes To VHSL Reclassification (With Commentary)

Just when we had finished the first high school sports season in the "new era" of Virginia High School League (VHSL) Reclassification, the decks are about to be shuffled again.

It's the apparent result of both previously scheduled adjustments and concerns arising from a host of schools from across the Commonwealth.

Since the new alignment debuted last August, it was known that, every two years, adjustments to Conference and Regions would have to be made as school population levels fluctuated, new schools opened, and, in one case, two schools merging. The entire premise of the new 6A classification system was built on competition between schools with similar enrollment figures, with the hopes of more fair and equitable opportunities for all teams to compete for state championships, which in most sports were expanded from three to six.

In conjunction with the scheduled June 25 meeting amongst VHSL and individual school officials concerning the next alignment cycle, regions were able to express concerns about not just conference alignments, but other issues as well. One voiced multiple times was the way classifications, and the number of schools in each of the six, were divided. Another, not unexpected, was the new costs some schools are incurring with the new system.

When the 5A North representative, Stan Clements of Massaponax High School spoke, he noted that Patrick Henry had requested to be moved so that "all county schools would be in the same conference." After being in Conference 11 in a nine-team format that included Atlee and Lee-Davis, in the initial 2012 conference alignment, Patrick Henry then requested a move out of that conference, and the 5A South Region, to Conference 16 in 5A North, which, at the time, was just a three-team entity. Thus, this request is a "back to the future" move. In the end, it was only partially proposed (more below).

The concerns are not just in our area. C.D. Hylton High School wanted Conferences 4 and 8, which are in completely different regions of the 6A Classification, to merge for "financial and travel reasons for all Prince William County Schools".

At the April 8th meeting of this group, a "10 percent parameter" was proposed, using this "cushion" to make adjustments to the next cycle of conference and region assignments once the March 31, 2014 school enrollment figures were released. Most regions opposed the idea, and it was voted down in June by an 11-2 vote (Atlee principal Jennifer Cohodas, representing the 5A South Region, voted no, having supported it.)

Then, in another twist, the old met the new, as a motion was made and approved unaminously, to "move" Patrick Henry from the Colonial to the Capital District, in exchange for Glen Allen High School. Immediately, the question begs itself, why worry about District alignments that were part of the old system?  It gives indication that the VHSL will allow schools to continue allowing "regular season district play" prior to teams moving into Conference and Region tournaments through 2016-17. Some had believed district schedules continued in play just during the current two-year cycle (2013-14 and 2014-15) to allow schools more time to prepare for the complete changeover to the Conference format, meaning new opponents, rivalries, and in some cases, new travel costs.

So, when the proposed 2015-16 and 2016-17 Conference and Region alignments were released, so were new "proposed" District alignments.

If districts are "gone", why propose changes for another cycle? In the November 13, 2012 committee meeting, VHSL Executive Director Ken Tilley referred to districts such as the Capital and Colonial as "going out of existence".

So, from our cursory look at the minutes from the June 25th meeting, it looks like regular seasons for the foreseeable future will consist of "district" schedules from the past for many schools, changes for some, and more postseason Conference Tournament Games between teams who never see each other in regular season play. There are also some proposals that will end postseason matchups that survived the initial change to the new system.

To keep rivalries and cut down costs? It's certainly possible. It's also possible there's just not completely cemented agreement on the new system.

We certainly invite comment from anyone on the VHSL Alignment Committee. Appeals by schools to the proposed new alignment plan must be in the League office by July 24th. The Committee meets again August 11th and will submit a final alignment plan for approval on September 17th.

Here's the link to the proposed 2015-16, 2016-17 Region and Conference Alignments: CLICK HERE

Here are the proposed NEW Conferences which would be voted upon in September, taking effect in the Fall of 2015 (teams moved in bold with former Conference/Region (if applicable) in parenthesis):


Conference 3:
Clover Hill (12, 5A South)
Thomas Dale
Franklin County
Patrick Henry-Roanoke
James River (Midlothian)
Manchester (12, 5A South)


Conference 11:
Douglas Freeman
Glen Allen (20, 4A South)
J.R. Tucker (20, 4A South)

Conference 12:
L.C. Bird
Halifax (3, 6A South)
Highland Springs (11)
Prince George
Varina (3, 6A South)


Conference 16:
Atlee (11, 5A South)
Deep Run (11, 5A South)
Mills Godwin (11, 5A South)
Patrick Henry


Conference 20:
Huguenot (26, 3A East)
Powhatan (19)


--Conference 3 would become a seven-team conference, up from six, with five of the schools from Chesterfield County, Clover Hill and Manchester moving up in classification.
--Conference 11 would shrink by two to a six-team conference, with Glen Allen and J.R. Tucker joining close county neighbors Hermitage and Douglas Freeman. Lee-Davis would be the only non-Henrico school, now the "loner" in Hanover County.
--Conference 12 moves to seven teams, adding Halifax, and both Highland Springs and Varina, looking to keep those two Eastern Henrico rivals together now that they are in the same classification (Varina moving down from 6A)
--Conference 16 adds two teams, and three new members as Halifax departs. Atlee joins Patrick Henry, with far West End schools Deep Run and Mills Godwin joining them, ending postseason Conference games between, for example, the 2014 Conference 11 Baseball Championship between archrivals Douglas Freeman and Mills Godwin.
--Conference 20 is lessened by one to six teams, says goodbye to Glen Allen and J.R. Tucker (as well as Caroline) and adds Huguenot (moving up a classification) and Powhatan from a now-imploded Conference 19.

REMINDER: This is a proposal. Nothing is set in stone for the next cycle until, at the earliest, September 17th.

Thursday, June 19, 2014

VCU Team Basketball Camp: Friday Schedule!

Here's the list of county teams playing tomorrow at the Siegel Center and Franklin Street Gym at the 2014 Coach Shaka Smart VCU Team Basketball Camp:

Highland Springs vs. St. Christopher's (Court 2)
King William vs. Hermitage (Court 4)
Armstrong vs. Varina (Court 5)

Glen Allen vs. Meadowbrook (Court 2)
Hermitage vs. Fuqua (Court 3)

Freedom vs. Varina (Court 3)
Glen Allen vs. Archbishop Spalding (Court 4)

Highland Springs vs. Kecoughtan (Court 2)

Glen Allen vs. Fuqua (Court 5)

Hermitage vs. Queen City (Auxiliary Court)
Largo vs. Varina (Franklin Street Gym)

Team Elite Fadeaway vs. Glen Allen (Court 6)

Glen Allen vs. East Wake HS (Court 6)

More details on the camp are available by CLICKING HERE!

Saturday, June 14, 2014

LISTEN LIVE to Douglas Freeman in State Baseball Championship!

County teams go 1-2 on State Semifinal Saturday in Fairfax, as the Douglas Freeman baseball team rolled behind the pitching of Daniel Lynch to a 7-0 win over Freedom-South Riding to advance to Sunday's 1pm title game.

The Rebels will face Hickory, whom they defeated in a six-run comeback in the sixth inning eight nights ago in the 6A South Region Final 6-4, at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax.

LISTEN LIVE to Douglas Freeman/Hickory, Sunday at 12:45PM HERE at! Just click on the Mixlr player at the top of the page!

In soccer action, four goals were tallied in the match's final 15 minutes, but it was Albemarle who scored last, taking a heart-stopping 4-3 victory over Mills Godwin in the 5A Boys Semifinal at Lake Braddock Secondary School. The Eagles' first defeat since April 9th ended their season a game short of the title game.

Elizabeth Ball and Deep Run will not get a chance to defend their state crown of a year ago, as the Wildcats fell 1-0 to Stone Bridge on a late second half goal. After a 1-3-1 start, the Wildcats won 15 straight, including the 5A South Region Championship, before falling this evening.

Friday, June 13, 2014

Two State Doubles Champions!!

Finals from Friday's State Doubles Championships!

Karen Pak and JC Jackson (Glen Allen) def. K. Danstrom/I. Danstrom (Salem), 6-1, 6-1

(Jackson and Pak celebrate with their 4A Doubles Championship)

Nina Sorkin and Caroline Mosberg (Deep Run) def. Lu/Lu (Thomas Jefferson S&T), 6-2, 4-6, 6-3

Mark Prettyman/Nikhil Ramachandran (Thomas Jefferson S&T) def. Adam Collins/Jack Rotty (Mills Godwin) 6-3, 6-2.

Thursday, June 12, 2014

LACROSSE HONORS:All-South Zone Boys and Girls Teams...

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for their selections to the first-ever All-South Zone Boys and Girls Lacrosse teams for schools in the 5A-1A classifications! (Note: Area players in bold)


Matt Crist, Albemarle
John Woolley, Douglas Freeman
Jacob Shaver, Deep Run
Zac Willis, Albemarle
Clark Sipe, Western Albemarle
Evan Tyler, Douglas Freeman
Hunter Brown, Albemarle
Kevin Bernardino, Albemarle
Booth Watson, Atlee
Justin Haws, Western Albemarle
George Cloud, Douglas Freeman
Kenty Henry, Western Albemarle
Daniel Glymph, Atlee
Preston Hughes, Western Albemarle
Tanner Bazemore, Atlee
Bobby, Leytham, Albemarle
Carson Franklin, Western Albemarle

Ryne West, Atlee
Ian Davis, Albemarle
Andrew Barney, E.C. Glass
Shawn Lamb, Rockbridge
Tommy Smith, Liberty
Casey Cook, Hanover
Justin Moran, Albemarle
Wil Friedman, Rockbridge
Daniel Vincent, E.C. Glass
Chase Boyer, Glen Allen
James Blevins, Douglas Freeman
Sam Runkle, Charlottesville
Sam Calhoun, Albemarle
Alexander Helm, Lee-Davis
Tyler Jahn, Glen Allen

South Zone Player of The Year: Matt Crist, Albemarle
South Zone Coach of The Year: Dave King, Albemarle


Jayme Kusyk, Charlottesville
Morgan Leeson, Salem
Sarah Fortune, Douglas Freeman
Rebecca Mendelsohn, Albemarle
Faris Wallenborn, Western Albemarle
Ellie Allen, Western Albemarle
Jordan Hayes, Salem
Heidi Karweik, Albemarle
Juliette Ruhland, Fauquier
Sika Agblevor, Salem
Emily Smith, Albemarle
MacKenzie Trainor, Monticello
Morgan Ryan, Fauquier
Elizabeth Pollard, Douglas Freeman
Jessica Apgar, Salem
Jamie Lockwood, Douglas Freeman

Jessica Sanfilippo, Atlee
Jordan Howard, Eastern View
Halle Kennon, Douglas Freeman
Bailey Mincer, Monticello
Sara Hatch, Atlee
Mia Garland, Charlottesville
Sammie Magargee, Western Albemarle
Emily Smith, Atlee
Summer Larese, Monticello
Morgan Rodgers, Kettle Run
Peyton Krevonick, Atlee
Gwen Pattison, Albemarle
Meredith Eudailey, Douglas Freeman
Victoria Mason, Rockbridge
Colleen O'Connor, Monticello
Hamilton Ibbeken, Western Albemarle

South Zone Player Of The Year: Jamie Lockwood, Douglas Freeman
South Zone Coach Of The Year: Maggi Pace, Salem

REVISED 5A State Semifinal Schedule

Mills Godwin vs Albemarle, 12PM

Freedom vs Douglas Freeman, 3PM

Stone Bridge vs Deep Run, 5PM

ALL GAMES SATURDAY at Lake Braddock Secondary School in Burke. Tickets are $10.

ALERT: 5A State Tournaments Moved Back One Day...

Douglas Freeman baseball, Mills Godwin boys soccer, and Deep Run girls soccer will have to wait another day to play.

The VHSL, in anticipation of widespread rain and storm activity over Northern Virginia Friday, has postponed all 5A and 6A State Semifinals in spring sports to Saturday 6/14. The Championship games are now Sunday 6/15.

Time schedules will be announced by the VHSL later this afternoon.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

PHOTO GALLERY: Highland Springs Class of 2014 Commencement!

HCS Media Network was there as the 108th Commencement Exercise of Highland Springs High School took place Tuesday night at the Siegel Center, capturing the sights of the evening while focusing on the many student-athletes we've followed this past year!

See a complete Photo Gallery from tonight's graduation by CLICKING HERE to visit our Facebook page, which we hope you will like while you're there!

PHOTO GALLERY: Glen Allen High School Class of 2014!

CLICK HERE for complete coverage from HCS Media Network as, today, the first class to spend four full years in the halls of Jaguar Nation graduated today at the Siegel Center. While you're there, "like" our Facebook page for photo galleries, news, and more all year long!

Monday, June 9, 2014

All-5A South Region Baseball Teams!

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for making the 2014 All-5A South Region Baseball Team!


Pitcher: Paul Hall, Maury
Pitcher: Daniel Lynch, Douglas Freeman
Catcher: Logan Harvey, Douglas Freeman
Catcher: Joe Jackson, Maury
1st Base: David Mulac, Kellam
2nd Base: Dane Smith, Great Bridge
3rd Base: Darius Gillus, L.C. Bird
Shortstop: Jack Gerstenmaier, Douglas Freeman
Outfield: Cody Powers, Lee-Davis
Outfield: Grayson Trower, Matoaca
Outfield: Jeff Adams, Maury
Outfield: Christan Lowery, Hickory
DH: Jamison Trower, Matoaca
Utility: Tyler Nelin, Kellam


Pitcher: Ric Spiers, Matoaca
Pitcher: Connor Eason, Hickory
Pitcher: Logan Harrelson, Great Bridge
Catcher: Chris King, Clover Hill
Catcher: Lawton Ruiz, Norview
1st Base: Jack Bailey, Matoaca
2nd Base: JT Bellotti, Douglas Freeman
3rd Base: Michael Polansky, Hickory
Shortstop: Colby Higgerson, Great Bridge
Outfield: Haiden Lamb, Lee-Davis
Outfield: Phil Van Keuren, Matoaca
Outfield: Colin Kindred, Norview
Outfield: Hanen Storms, Menchville
DH: A.J. Hunt, Indian River
Utility: Patrick Jackowski, Hampton


Pitcher: Alex Shauger, Salem
Pitcher: Miller Trevvett, Douglas Freeman
Pitcher: Joey Pride, Lee-Davis
Pitcher: David Parkinson, Mills Godwin
Pitcher: Nick Butts, Manchester
Catcher: Brody Rotzoll, Prince George
Catcher: Tyler Wood, Gloucester
Catcher: Steven Polansky, Hickory
1st Base: Andrew Sergent, Lee-Davis
1st Base: Joseph Tuzzolo, Menchville
2nd Base: Corey Anderson, L.C. Bird
2nd Base: Alex Radford, Maury
3rd Base: Justin Sorokowski, Lee-Davis
3rd Base: Brent Musante, Salem
Shortstop: Landyn Neumann, Kellam
Shortstop: Mark King, Prince George
Outfield: Kendall Jordan, Hermitage
Outfield: Sal Sidoti, Clover Hill
Outfield: Austin Glenn, Manchester
Outfield: Will Norris, Salem
Outfield: Tom Bixler, Great Bridge
Outfield: Tyquan Wilkins, Hampton
Outfield: Zach Joachim, Maury
DH: Ethan Payne, Douglas Freeman
DH: Mason Litton, Maury
Utility: Josh Lam, Lee-Davis
Utility: Logan Mills, L.C. Bird

Sunday, June 8, 2014

All-4A South Region Softball Announced!

Congratulations to these student-athletes for being named to the All-4A South Region Softball teams this weekend! NOTE: Conference 20 players are in bold...

Pitcher: Kiandra Mitchum, Hanover
Pitcher: Lauren Maddrey, Nansemond River
Pitcher: Sydney Gay, Smithfield
Catcher: Sami Pierce, Powhatan
Catcher: Calah Savage, Nansemond River
Infield: Kaylyn Shepherd, Hanover
Infield: Karleigh Donovan, Dinwiddie
Infield: Hannah Olson, Grafton
Infield: Katelynn Hodgkiss, Nansemond River
Infield: Jaclyn Mounie, Nansemond River
Outfield: Zoe Millard, Glen Allen
Outfield: Emily Breyer, Grafton
Outfield: Lauren Davis, Nansemond River
Outfield: Morgan Lowers, Nansemond River
Utility: Katelyn Biando, Nansemond River

Pitcher: Sydney Walsh, Kings Fork
Pitcher: Maddie Hutchinson, Powhatan
Catcher: Maura Long, Hanover
Catcher: Hannah Rogers, Smithfield
Infield: Shaina Holland, Kings Fork
Infield: Christine Boyles, Powhatan
Infield: Kendall Arnold, Glen Allen
Infield: Kayla Harbin, Kings Fork
Infield: Jessie Sprouse, Grafton
Outfield: Mackenzie Wyatt, Hanover
Outfield: Kerstin Roth, Grafton
Outfield: Katie Smith, Midlothian
Outfield: Ashley Roten, Kings Fork
Utility: Kiersten Richardson, Glen Allen

Cammie Brummitt, Glen Allen
Ryn Boetler, Deep Creek
Sarah Bowyer, Lakeland
Daja Burgee, Deep Creek
Ashanti Sallee, Deep Creek
Addi Johnson, Powhatan
Cameron Branzelle, Dinwiddie
Jasmine Holloman, Kings Fork
Ashley Newman, Smithfield
Kristen Latham, J.R. Tucker
Allison Brewer, Deep Creek
Ashlynn Benjamin, Churchland
Jessica Stone, Jamestown
Melissa Rundstrom, Powhatan

4A South Region Co-Players Of The Year:
Karleigh Donovan, Dinwiddie
Hannah Olson, Grafton

4A South Region Pitcher Of The Year:
Kiandra Mitchum, Hanover

4A South Region Coach Of The Year:
Gabe Rogers, Nansemond River

Friday, June 6, 2014


5A STATE GIRLS SOCCER SEMIFINALS (Friday June 13th at Lake Braddock Secondary School in Burke):
Albemarle vs. Deep Run, 6pm
Hickory vs. Broad Run, 8pm
(If Deep Run wins, 5A State Championship match will be Saturday June 14th, 3pm at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax)

5A STATE BOYS SOCCER SEMIFINALS (Friday June 13th at Lake Braddock Secondary School in Burke):
Stone Bridge vs. Mills Godwin, 1pm
Hickory vs. Briar Woods, 4pm
(If Mills Godwin wins, 5A State Championship match will be Saturday June 14th, 1pm at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax)

5A STATE BASEBALL SEMIFINALS (Friday June 13th at Lake Braddock Secondary School in Burke):
Freedom vs. Douglas Freeman, 3pm
Hickory vs. Stone Bridge, 7pm
(If Douglas Freeman wins, 5A State Championship game will be Saturday June 14th, 3pm at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax)

NOTE: Tickets are $10 to ALL VHSL Championship games!



Anna Venetianer (Thomas Jefferson S&T) vs. Nina Sorkin (Deep Run), Thursday, 9am at Huntington Park Tennis Center in Newport News

(Winner plays in State Final at 12 Noon)


Ventianer/Yanamandra (Thomas Jefferson S&T) vs. Sorkin/Mosberg (Deep Run), Friday, 9am at Huntington Park Tennis Center in Newport News

(Winner plays in State Final at 12 Noon)


Thomas Jefferson S&T at Mills Godwin, Monday, 12 Noon

(If Eagles win, 5A Team Championship is Saturday, 9am at Huntington Park Tennis Center in Newport News)


George Marshall at Deep Run, 3pm

(If Wildcats win, 5A Team Championship is Saturday, 9am at Huntington Park Tennis Center in Newport News)


Wan/Rosenblum (Thomas Jefferson S&T) vs. Rotty/Collins (Mills Godwin), Friday, 9am at Huntington Park Tennis Center in Newport News

(Winner Plays in State Final at 12 Noon)


Kevin Wan (Thomas Jefferson S&T) vs. Shyam Venkat (Henrico), Thursday, 9am at Huntington Park Tennis Center in Newport News

(Winner Plays in State Final at 12 Noon)


Glen Allen at John Handley, 2:30pm (Handley is located in Winchester)

(If Jaguars win, 4A Team Championship is Saturday, 1pm at Liberty University in Lynchburg)


Karen Pak & JC Jackson (Glen Allen) vs. Bock/Damron (John Handley), Friday, 10am at Liberty University

(Winner Plays in State Final at 1pm)


Karen Pak (Glen Allen) vs. Kathryn Bock (John Handley), Thursday, 10am at Liberty University

(Winner Plays in State Final at 1pm)

CHAMPIONS: Wildcats, Eagles, Rebels All Claim Trophies!

It was a county sweep Friday evening in Tidewater as Deep Run girls soccer, Douglas Freeman baseball, and Mills Godwin boys soccer each claimed 5A South Region Championships, each against Hickory High School.

The Rebels came from behind to knock off Hickory at Norfolk State University, 6-4, scoring all of their runs in the 6th inning. Douglas Freeman is now 25-1, winners of seven straight since their lone loss of the season to Hanover on May 21st. The Hawks are in the 4A State Semifinals.  The Rebels play next Friday in the 5A State Semis.

Elizabeth Ball does it again, scoring both goals as Deep Run shut out Hickory 2-0 to win the 5A South Girls Soccer crown. The Wildcats improve to 16-3-1 after starting the season 2-3-1, having not lost since April 1st, and next play in next Friday's 5A State Semfinals, two wins away from back-to-back state crowns.

Mills Godwin takes advantage of a late penalty to score the match's lone goal, as the Eagles knocked off Hickory 1-0 in the 5A South Boys Soccer finals. The Eagles are now 20-1, winners of 16 straight going back to a come-from-behind 2-1 win at Patrick Henry on April 10th. Mills Godwin plays next Friday in the 5A State Semis.

Thursday, June 5, 2014

CHAMPIONSHIP FRIDAY: Three County Teams Go For Region Titles!

5A South Region Baseball Championship: Douglas Freeman vs. Hickory, 6pm at Norfolk State University

(For directions to the game, just CLICK HERE! NOTE: The map destination is labeled "Softball Field", which is next to the baseball stadium. Parking available just past the softball field.)

5A South Region Girls Soccer Championship: Deep Run vs. Hickory, 5:30pm at Virginia Beach Sportsplex
5A South Region Boys Soccer Championship: Mills Godwin vs. Hickory, 7:30pm at Virginia Beach Sportsplex

(For directions to the game from the I-64 Gaskins Road Interchange, CLICK HERE!)

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

TIGERS: Four J.R. Tucker Student-Athletes Make College Commitments!

HCS Media Network spent the afternoon talking with four J.R. Tucker Tigers fortunate to be continuing their careers at the next level!

All of our video interviews are available on our YouTube Channel.

Chase McPherson will play baseball for Longwood University. His interview is HERE.

Jacob Wootton will play football for Randolph-Macon College. His interview is available HERE.

Randy Neisz will patrol center field for Virginia Wesleyan College baseball. His interview is HERE.

Denise O'Rourke will continue her track career on discus and shot put at VCU. Her interview is HERE. \

Congratulations to these student-athletes on this opportunity and for all of your hard work to get to play collegiately!!

Wednesday Finals: Three County Teams Clinch State Berths!

5A South Girls Soccer Semifinals: Deep Run 3, Atlee 2

5A South Boys Soccer Semifinals: Mills Godwin 4, Douglas Freeman 2

5A South Baseball Semifinals: Douglas Freeman 9, Mills Godwin 1

Tuesday, June 3, 2014


5A South Region Quarterfinal: Douglas Freeman 12, Prince George 4
5A South Region Quarterfinal: Mills Godwin 4, Matoaca 1

(Freeman and Godwin will play Wednesday, 6pm at Deep Run in region semis, with winner clinching a berth in the state tournament.)

5A South Region Quarterfinal: Mills Godwin 2, Meadowbrook 0
5A South Region Quarterfinal: Douglas Freeman 2, Clover Hill 1

(Freeman and Godwin will play Wednesday, 7:30pm at Mills Godwin in region semis, with winner clinching a berth in the state tournament.)

5A South Region Quarterfinal: Deep Run 5, Prince George 0

South Zone Boys Semifinal: Albemarle 10, Douglas Freeman 8
South Zone Girls Semifinal: Western Albemarle 13, Douglas Freeman 9

Monday, June 2, 2014


Tuesday sees action for seven county teams still alive as they begin or continue regional play!

5A South Region Quarterfinal: Douglas Freeman vs. Prince George, 5:30pm at Deep Run HS
5A South Region Quarterfinal: Mills Godwin vs. Matoaca, 8pm at Deep Run HS

5A South Region Quarterfinal: Mills Godwin vs. Meadowbrook, 5:30pm at Mills Godwin HS
5A South Region Quarterfinal: Douglas Freeman vs. Clover Hill, 7:30pm at Mills Godwin HS

5A South Region Quarterfinal: Deep Run vs. Prince George, 5:30pm at Clover Hill HS

South Zone Boys Semifinal: Albemarle at Douglas Freeman, 7:30pm
South Zone Girls Semifinal: Western Albemarle at Douglas Freeman, 6pm

In Monday's playoff action, Powhatan softball scored seven runs in the sixth inning to break open a close game as the Indians eliminated Glen Allen from the 4A South Region Tournament with a 12-3 quarterfinal victory. The loss ended the best season in the Jaguars' short four-year history.

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Glen Allen Softball Makes More History Monday!

In the only Region Quarterfinal in the area involving a county school Monday, the Glen Allen Jaguars softball team plays its first regional playoff game in school history!

The 15-7 Jaguars travel to Powhatan to play the Conference 19 Champion Indians. Game time this afternoon is 5pm.

The Jags will be without starting shortstop and Virginia Wesleyan College commit Kiersten Richardson, who suffered a gash on her leg in Friday's Conference 20 Championship loss to Hanover that required several stitches.