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Caroline High School cheer team wins district championship

Posted on October 17, 2014 at 1:41 pm

The Caroline High School cheer team won first place in the Battlefield District Competition Oct. 16. The Cavs defeated King George, Chancellor, Courtland, and Spotsylvania; James Monroe withdrew from the competition. Front Row: Kristen Blanton, senior captain, left, and Courtney Wright, senior captain; second row, left to right: Lilly Lester, Lexi Hughes, Zaria Heyward, Julianne Dutton, Meghan Beasley, Sarah Beale, Ellie Tidman, Mikaila Clinkscales; back row, left to right: Coach

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  • Chargers defeat Caroline Cavaliers 57-0

    Posted on October 14, 2014 at 12:23 pm

    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   The Cavalier varsity season continues to roll on, unfortunately, the wrong way as they were defeated last Friday night by the Chancellor High School Chargers to the tune of 57-0. The victory snapped a 10-game losing streak for the Chargers. The Caroline defense spent a lot of time on the field. At the very beginning of the game, it looked as if the Cavaliers

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  • Caroline falls to King William in homecoming game

    Posted on October 6, 2014 at 3:37 pm

    CHS 2014 Homecoming Queen and King Courtney Wright and Ben Crawford.

    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   The Caroline Cavaliers varsity football team continued on the path they’ve been following since the beginning of the season, falling to the King William Cavaliers 47-7 Friday night before a homecoming crowd that braved the rain. Caroline’s record sinks to 0-5 with five games remaining. Coach Antron Yates expressed strong belief in the Cavaliers in the midst of the difficulties seen the first half

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  • Loss to Knights brings Cavaliers’ football record to 0-4

    Posted on September 29, 2014 at 5:41 pm

    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   The Caroline High School varsity football team took another hit last Friday, losing to John Champe 48-7 in Loudoun County, bringing their record to 0-4. From the outset, the Cavaliers seemed overwhelmed by the Knights as they were scored on at will for yet another week. The quantity of players for Champe allowed fresh legs to come and go, which had its effect on

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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

    Field hockey Front Page

    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


    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


    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


    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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