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Caroline Cavaliers fall to Dinwiddie Generals, 55-0

Posted on September 15, 2014 at 4:16 pm

By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   The Caroline Cavaliers varsity football team went 0-3 last Friday night, taking their worst defeat this season at the hands of the Dinwiddie Generals 55-0 in Dinwiddie. This contest was one between the disciplined and the undisciplined. Dinwiddie showed their strength offensively as Denzel Williams worked from different sets in the backfield accumulating 85 yards and one touchdown in eight runs, while receiving three

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  • King George Foxes defeat Cavaliers in field hockey, 8-0

    Posted on September 12, 2014 at 11:42 am

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    The Cavaliers field hockey team lost a home game against the King George Foxes on Sept. 10 with a score of 8-0, bringing Caroline’s season record to 0-5 so far. At 4:30 today, Sept. 12, the Cavs will take on Spotsylvania at Spotsylvania High School. The game is rescheduled from Sept. 8. Pictured at left, Cavaliers forward Emily Watters moves into position in a bid to claim the ball from

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  • Second-quarter mistakes cost Cavs the game against Henrico Warriors

    Posted on September 8, 2014 at 10:34 am

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    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   Caroline took a battering in the second quarter of play in a 48-0 losing effort against Henrico High School in varsity football last Friday night. Aside from that deciding quarter, the Cavaliers played harder and better than the week prior. In an effort to keep the fatigue factor at bay from players in the game on both sides, Coach Antron Yates made some major

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  • Cavaliers start season with 34-10 loss to Glen Allen

    Posted on September 2, 2014 at 3:47 pm

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    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   The Caroline Cavaliers took a hard loss against the Jaguars of Glen Allen in the first game of the 2014 varsity football season last Friday night by a score of 34-10. Both teams had their workhorses, providing excitement throughout the contest. For Caroline, senior Jaquan Monroe played the entire game going both ways, running the offense for the first half at quarterback and then

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  • Cavaliers ready for football season under new coach

    Posted on August 27, 2014 at 12:09 pm

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    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   The Caroline High School Cavaliers will begin their 2014 varsity football season Friday, Aug. 29, against the Jaguars of Glen Allen. There will be a lot of changes in this year’s squad with the transfer fever hitting Caroline harder than most schools in the area. Five students have transferred to other schools since the end of last season. The most profound difference in the

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  • Ready for some Caroline High School football?

    Posted on August 18, 2014 at 2:41 pm

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    The Cavaliers faced off against the Patriots in a scrimmage at Patrick Henry High School on Aug. 15. Pictured here, Caroline’s Ky Lee runs for a touchdown as a Patriots player fails to halt his advance. The Cavaliers’ first regular season game will be against Glen Allen on Aug. 29 at Caroline High. Photo by Nick Liberante

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  • The Heat is tough to beat at Caroline Parks and Rec

    Posted on August 6, 2014 at 10:10 am

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    The Miami Heat were the first place team in the age 8 to 10 summer league with Caroline County Parks and Recreation. They had a record of five wins and one loss. Pictured from left to right on the bottom row are team members Tyler Bevan, Carson Lyons, and Delontae Budd. The second row players are: Silas Teague, Jakeem Budd, Troy Jones and Izaha Richarson with Coach Richard Carson. Not

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  • Cavaliers go 13-8 in first Conference 20 season

    Posted on July 2, 2014 at 9:41 am

    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   Entering into a new conference proved to more difficult for the Caroline High School Cavaliers varsity baseball team than many may have realized, but Coach Frank Dow and the Cavaliers showed that they can be competitive, ending the inaugural season in the Conference 20 with a 13-8 record. Hanover High School proved to be the toughest opponent for Caroline, which lost to the Hawks

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  • Young Lady Cavaliers team gains experience in 7-12 season

    Posted on July 2, 2014 at 9:38 am

    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   With only two seniors, the Cavalier Softball team looked like it was going to be a bleak year, but the drive that each player, as well as the team as a whole, displayed made up for their lack of experience. Facing a building year, the Lady Cavs ended the season with a 7-12 record, showing the mettle that earned them the moniker, “The War

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