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The Caroline varsity girls’ softball team had a trifecta last week, beating Courtland on Tuesday, 7-6, in a thriller that came down to the last inning. Then they defeated James Monroe twice in a doubleheader on Thursday, 11-1 and 9-1. Last week’s wins leave the Lady Cavs with a 5-12 record. CHS 7, Courtland 6 On Tuesday, the Courtland Cougars came to Milford for a knock-down drag-out fight with Caroline.
The Caroline baseball team felt the effects of having games cancelled due to weather the previous week when they visited Brooke Pointe High School on Monday of last week, losing to the Black Hawks 12-6. Brooke Point 12, CHS 6 Things looked good for the Cavaliers as they broke a 2-2 tie in the third and sat on a 5-3 advantage. Two thirds of the way into the third inning,
The annual Caroline invitational track meet last Friday at Caroline High School had 25 teams participating from as far away as Tabb High School in Yorktown and Chopticon High School in southern Maryland. With over 300 athletes competing, the competition was strong and exciting. The Caroline Cavaliers were well represented, with each Cavalier presenting a different face as they awaited their opportunity to show what they could do. Shareef Gardner,
By Scott Richards Prior to last week, the Caroline diamond boys were on a win streak taking four out of the last six games. The team has come together and are playing intelligent, small ball, but last Wednesday’s game against Chancellor was a major test to see just how well they really were. They passed the test with flying colors, winning a close game 4-0 on a night when much
By Scott Richards Gabby Rivera, Caroline High School’s premier golf team member and the recipient of the Caroline Progress Female Student Athlete of the Fall Semester Award, signed a National Letter of Intent with Chowan University on Monday, April 20 at Caroline High School. Rivera stated she chose Chowan because it offered more potential for her to develop her goals. Wanting to complete a degree in Secondary Education and play
At the Woodberry Forest Invitational, Saturday, April 18, the Caroline High School track teams competed against 20 area schools and placed seventh in overall competition. Special recognition for the girl’s team was Alantra Mines, who placed seventh in the long jump. Of special note for the boy’s team were Darius Young, eighth in the 100 meter run and seventh in the high jump; Reggie Twisdale, second in the 400 meters
By Scott Richards Over spring break the Caroline Diamond Boys found themselves busy going 2-2 in a tournament put on by Riverbend High School. Play for the Cavaliers began and ended with the Indians of Stafford High School. On Monday, Caroline beat the Indians with a score of 6-5 in a close game where all scoring stopped after three innings. Tuesday saw the Cavaliers demolish Massaponax High School 16-4,
The Lady Cavaliers again have come through representing Caroline High School as the top athletes in the area. On Saturday, April 11, the Free Lance–Star announced their Winter All-Area Girls Basketball picks. Caroline athletes were picked three times including first team pick Hope Toliver, a Caroline junior who averaged 16.2 points per game (team high) and 237 rebounds for the year. In addition to the All-Conference 20 First Team selection,
The Caroline High School varsity soccer team ended a four-year drought on Tuesday, winning their first game in four years as they defeated Louisa High School 2-0. Chris Inflow and Fabricio Umana had goals as the Cavaliers shut out host their host. Six saves by goalie Joe Thorne cemented the win for Caroline, who at 1-4 are scheduled to travel to King George on Thursday.