Friday, October 30, 2015

UPDATED: Conference 11 Volleyball Tournament Schedules

It's official!  Here's the rundown for the Conference 11 Boys and Girls Volleyball Tournaments which begin with quarterfinal action on Saturday!


QUARTERFINALS: (Saturday 10/31 at Glen Allen HS)
#3 Glen Allen 3, #6 Lee-Davis 0
#4 Douglas Freeman 3, #5 J.R. Tucker 1

SEMIFINALS: (Monday 11/2 at Hermitage HS)
#4 Douglas Freeman vs. #1 Deep Run, 5:45PM
#3 Glen Allen vs. #2 Mills Godwin, immediately following after 7PM

CHAMPIONSHIP (Thursday 11/5 at Hermitage HS)
Semifinal Winners, 6PM


QUARTERFINALS: (Saturday 10/31 at Glen Allen HS)
#3 Douglas Freeman 3, #6 J.R. Tucker 1
#5 Lee-Davis 3, #4 Glen Allen 0

SEMIFINALS (Wednesday 11/4 at Hermitage HS)
#5 Lee-Davis vs. #1 Mills Godwin, 5:45PM
#3 Douglas Freeman vs. #2 Deep Run, immediately following after 7PM

CHAMPIONSHIP (Thursday 11/5 at Hermitage HS)
Semifinal Winners, 7:30pm

NOTE: All championship game participants also clinch berths in the 5A South Region Tournaments which are the week of November 9.


Conference 11 Field Hockey Championship:

#3 Lee-Davis vs. #1 Deep Run, 4:30pm at Douglas Freeman

Football (All games at 7pm unless otherwise noted)

Deep Run (1-7) at John Marshall (2-6), 3pm
Glen Allen (1-7) at #2 Hermitage (8-0)
#3 Highland Springs (7-1) at Patrick Henry (4-4)
Mills Godwin (3-5) at #4 Douglas Freeman (8-0)
Thomas Jefferson (2-6) at J.R. Tucker (3-5)
Varina (4-4) at Atlee (4-4)

LISTEN LIVE: GAME OF THE WEEK: #7 Lee-Davis (7-1) at #9 Henrico (6-2)

CLICK HERE to listen to RVA Sports Network coverage of the game, or join us on the radio on WHAN, 102.9 FM beginning at 6:30pm with the On The Sidelines Pre-Game Show with Marc Davis of NBC12, powered by Sheehy Ford of Ashland!

Monday, October 26, 2015

Latest VHSL Football Standings....

Hermitage and Highland Springs switch positions, but rest in the knowledge they've all but clinched berths in the 5A South Region playoffs as the Virginia High School League released the latest standings Monday.

The Springers (7-1), by virtue of defeating a six-win Henrico team Friday, overtook the Panthers (8-0) by a quarter point for second place. However, Hermitage, with wins over Glen Allen and an unbeaten Douglas Freeman to close the season, would likely overtake Highland Springs for that second seed, as the Springers close against two four-win squads (currently) in Patrick Henry and Varina.

The Rebels, also 8-0, find themselves just behind Lee-Davis (7-1) in fifth place, but can vault over the Confederates with a win over the Eagles Friday and a Henrico win over Lee-Davis. However, the 6-2 Warriors, by defeating Lee-Davis, could also challenge the Rebels for the fourth seed.

Remember, you get two bonus points for each win a defeated opponent has. Thus, while defeating a team within your own region gives you, in the case of 5A, 24 points, you also receive two points for each of that opponent's wins. That is why the winner of Hermitage/Douglas Freeman November 6th could greatly enhance their playoff seeding.

As of now, it looks like, because they face a possible unbeaten team in the regular season finale November 6th, Hermitage is the only team with any chance of somehow overtaking L.C. Bird for the top seed. A James River upset of the Skyhawks would certainly provide that, but with the likelihood of Bird going 10-0, there may not be enough points, and time, left for the Panthers to catch them.

To see ALL the current standings involving Central Region teams, CLICK HERE!

Saturday, October 24, 2015


The 2015 Conference 11 Tournament will be held at Douglas Freeman High School on Three Chopt Road. Tickets are $7.

NOTE: Semifinals moved up 24 hours to Tuesday in anticipation of rain on Wednesday.

BYES: #1 Deep Run, #2 Henrico

Monday October 26th: Quarterfinals
#3 Lee-Davis 3, #6 Glen Allen 2
#5 Mills Godwin 1, #4 Douglas Freeman 0

CHANGE: Tuesday October 27th: Semifinals
#5 Mills Godwin vs. #1 Deep Run, 4:30pm
#3 Lee-Davis vs. #2 Henrico, 6pm

Thursday October 29th: Championship
Semifinal Winners at 6pm (both teams advance to 5A South Region Tournament)

Friday, October 23, 2015

Week 9 Football Finals

Glen Allen 37, Thomas Jefferson 20

#2 Hermitage 34, Mills Godwin 7

#3 Highland Springs 21, #6 Henrico 0

#7 Douglas Freeman 41, Deep Run 7

J.R. Tucker 23, John Marshall 18

Varina 42, Armstrong 14

Friday, October 16, 2015

THE FINAL WORD: Two 7-0, Two 6-1 Teams in County; Rebels Roll Over Tigers

It's a season of haves and have nots in Henrico County for high school football.

Hermitage and Douglas Freeman each handily win Friday night to improve to 7-0 (see scoreboard by scrolling down the page), while Highland Springs and Henrico moved to 6-1 ahead of their showdown next Friday night at Highland Springs.

But elsewhere? It's been tough. Mills Godwin's comeback win over Deep Run pushed the Eagles to 3-4 and still alive in 5A South Central, while J.R. Tucker's loss at Freeman damaged their postseason hopes. Deep Run's disappointment adds to the frustration of a 1-6 campaign. And then there's Glen Allen, who lost their 16th straight game after leading John Marshall 21-20 at Homecoming, giving up the game's final 24 points for a 44-21 defeat to go to 0-7.

RVA Sports Network correspondent Preston Hausser brings us this report from tonight's Rebels win over the Tigers:

Some people get excited for homecoming for the dance, others for spirit week, but at Freeman it’s easy to tell what the student body gets excited for: their undefeated football team. The Rebels moved to 7-0 after picking apart a Tucker squad which had been displaying strong improvements in recent weeks, although the Tigers sit at 2-5.
                Taj Conway was electric for the Tigers in a losing effort, racking up 111 yards over the course of the evening. The running back spent most of the evening slipping through the Freeman defense and frustrating the line. Unfortunately for Tucker, their own offensive line directly impeded Conway’s rush attacks through multiple holding penalties. Tucker used three different passers, only two of which had been listed as quarterbacks before the game; Austin Pytko led all passers with 24 yards, on only one attempt, while Isaiah Jones had 15 yards on 3 of 7 passing.
                Freeman’s offense was firing on all cylinders on Friday night, especially their quarterback Trey Laughlin, who passed for 200 yards and 2 touchdowns. Jordan Smith was almost as impressive as Laughlin, rushing for 119 yards on 15 carries. Three Rebel receivers also had prolific nights: Lodiongo Elyardo, Bodhie Long and Ja’Kari Williams. On only seven receptions, they combined for 192 yards, Elyardo making up for 106 of them. The Rebels are starting to come together on offense and defense right at the best time as they head into the home stretch of the regular season.

                Next week the Rebels will travel to Deep Run to face a Wildcat team who has only one win on the season, while Tucker will look to right itself against John Marshall before its postseason hopes slip away for good.


#2 Hermitage 44, #11 Manchester 31 (Panthers now 7-0)
#3 Highland Springs 42, #6 Lee-Davis 0 (Springers 6th straight win, now 6-1)
#7 Henrico 34, Atlee 20 (Warriors move to 6-1)
#8 Douglas Freeman 45, J.R. Tucker 15 (Rebels now 7-0)
#12 Hanover 45, Varina 9
Mills Godwin 26, Deep Run 22
John Marshall 44, Glen Allen 21

Thursday, October 15, 2015


#3 Highland Springs (5-1) at #6 Lee-Davis (6-0), 7pm--LISTEN LIVE at 6:30 on WHAN Radio, 102.9 FM, or online from RVA Sports Network by CLICKING HERE!

#2 Hermitage (6-0) at #11 Manchester (5-1), 7:30pm

Atlee (3-3) at #7 Henrico (5-1), 7pm

J.R. Tucker (2-4) at #8 Douglas Freeman (6-0), 7pm

#12 Hanover (4-2) at Varina (3-3), 7pm

Deep Run (1-5) at Mills Godwin (2-4), 7pm

John Marshall (1-5) at Glen Allen (0-6), 7pm

Monday, October 12, 2015

#TheLineUp For Tuesday October 13th

Day 2 of 5A State Tournament at Magnolia Green in Chesterfield

Thomas Jefferson at J.R. Tucker, 5:45pm
Varina at Armstrong, 6pm
#1 Mills Godwin at #3 Deep Run, 7pm
Maggie Walker GS at Douglas Freeman, 7pm
Glen Allen at Hermitage, 7pm

Varina at Armstrong, 7pm
Hermitage at Glen Allen, 7pm
Thomas Jefferson at J.R. Tucker, 7pm
Douglas Freeman at Maggie Walker GS, 7pm

#1 Deep Run at #2 Mills Godwin, 7pm

Follow @henricosports on Twitter for real-time updates from the #1 vs #2 battle tonight!

NEW NBC12/RVA Sports Network #Big12 Poll

More changes, but not across the top five, as we get ready for Week Eight, and the homestretch, of the 2015 regular season.

1) L.C. Bird (6-0, was #1)
2) Hermitage (6-0, was #2)
3) Highland Springs (5-1, was #3)
4) Benedictine (5-0, was #4)
5) Thomas Dale (5-1, was #5)
6) Lee-Davis (6-0, was #10)
7) Henrico (5-1, was #9)
8) Douglas Freeman (6-0, was #7)
9) Monacan (6-1, was #8)
10) Matoaca (5-1, was #11)
11) Manchester (5-1, was #12)
12) Hanover (4-2, was #6)

Friday, October 9, 2015


#2 Hermitage 44, Deep Run 0
#3 Highland Springs 45, #6 Hanover 0 (game called after three quarters due to lightning)
#7 Douglas Freeman 40, Glen Allen 7
#9 Henrico 52, Armstrong 0
J.R. Tucker 36, Mills Godwin 13
Varina 34, Patrick Henry 14 (game called in 4th quarter due to lightning)

Download the new "Central Region NOW!" podcast at the top of the page for the latest playoff implications based on tonight's action!

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

New Football, Field Hockey, Volleyball Polls!

To see the new NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 High School Football Poll, CLICK HERE!

For the new RVA Sports Network "Super 6" Polls in Field Hockey, Boys and Girls Volleyball, download the new "Central Region NOW!" Podcast available at the top of this page!

Monday, October 5, 2015

Monday Scoreboard and #TheLineUp For Tuesday October 6th!

#2 Hermitage 42, John Marshall 6
#3 Highland Springs 49, Atlee 24
Varina 13, #5 Henrico 12

(NOTE: NEW NBC12/RVA Sports Network Big 12 High School Football Poll will release after 11pm Tuesday on NBC12 News!)

Henrico 6, Highland Springs 0
Maggie Walker GS 7, Hermitage 0

J.R. Tucker 3, Hermitage 1
Douglas Freeman 3, John Marshall 0
#1 Mills Godwin 3, Thomas Jefferson 0

#1 Deep Run 3, Glen Allen 0
#2 Mills Godwin 3, Thomas Jefferson 0
Douglas Freeman 3, John Marshall 0
#6 Goochland 3, William Monroe 0


John Marshall at Glen Allen, 5:45pm
Thomas Jefferson at Hermitage, 5:45pm
Varina at Henrico, 6pm
J.R. Tucker at Maggie Walker GS, 7pm
Douglas Freeman at #1 Mills Godwin, 7pm
Armstrong at Highland Springs, 7pm

#2 Mills Godwin at Douglas Freeman, 7pm
John Marshall at Glen Allen, 7pm
Thomas Jefferson at Hermitage, 7pm
Maggie Walker GS at J.R. Tucker, 7pm
Henrico at Varina, 7pm
Armstrong at Highland Springs, 6pm

Sunday, October 4, 2015

#TheLineUp For Monday October 5th

Highland Springs at Henrico, 6pm
#1 Deep Run at J.R. Tucker, POSTPONED to Tuesday 10/6 at 6pm
Mills Godwin at Douglas Freeman, POSTPONED to Thursday 10/8
Hermitage at Maggie Walker GS, 6:45pm

Glen Allen at #4 Deep Run, 7pm
Hermitage at J.R. Tucker, 7pm

#1 Deep Run at Glen Allen, 7pm
J.R. Tucker at Hermitage, 7pm
Thomas Jefferson at #2 Mills Godwin, 7pm
Douglas Freeman at John Marshall, 7pm

#2 Hermitage at John Marshall, 4pm
#5 Henrico at Varina, 6:30pm

GAME OF THE WEEK: LISTEN LIVE: Atlee at #3 Highland Springs, 6:30pm pregame on WHAN Radio, 102.9 FM, or online by CLICKING HERE!

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Thursday Football Finals, NEW Podcast!

#9 Douglas Freeman 35, Thomas Jefferson 7 (Rebels are 5-0)
J.R. Tucker 42, Deep Run 0 (Taj Conway with five first-half touchdowns for Tigers)
Mills Godwin 33, Glen Allen 14 (Eagles now 2-3)

NEW "Central Region NOW!" Podcast reviewing Thursday action, with news on field hockey, volleyball and Monday's football games, available at the top of this page!