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Cavaliers defeat Spotsy Knights and King George Foxes in basketball

Posted on December 22, 2014 at 1:37 pm

By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   Intensity was the name of the game as the Battlefield rivalry between the Spotsylvania Knights and the Caroline Cavaliers heated up Tuesday night of last week. Coming out firing, the Cavaliers started strong with their signature defense and remained that way throughout the contest, defeating the Knights by a score of 53-45. The Caroline offense took advantage of a weak Spotsylvania zone defense in

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  • Parks & Rec serves volleyball to girls

    Posted on December 22, 2014 at 9:30 am


    By Sarah Vogelsong CP Reporter   Caroline County has netted a new athletic opportunity for its girls, thanks to county Parks and Recreation. Dec. 20 marked the last game of the season for the new girls’ volleyball league piloted this fall. Despite a few cancelations of games, in Coach Angel Dalton’s eyes, it’s been a successful few months. Parks and Recreation sports programmer Stephanie Mosby helped get the program off

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  • Two more losses for boys basketball

    Posted on December 16, 2014 at 1:38 pm

    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   Caroline High School’s boys varsity basketball team dropped two games last week, one to Patrick Henry 56-46 last Friday and one to Henrico 101-84 on Thursday, which brought their record to 1-4 for the season. In both games, the Cavaliers appeared to run out of steam in the fourth quarter. Vs. Patrick Henry Against Patrick Henry, a game with the lead going back and

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  • Boys varsity basketball begins season at 1-2

    Posted on December 10, 2014 at 9:33 am

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    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   The Caroline Cavaliers boys basketball team went 1-2 to start their season last week as they participated in the Division 4 Conference Tournament. Last week’s record included a close game Saturday afternoon with Monacan High School that ended up a 68-62 loss to the Chiefs. Friday night was a blowout loss to Glen Allen by a 75-47 margin. The Cavaliers looked strong in their

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  • Cavalier boys win basketball season-opener against Midlothian Trojans

    Posted on December 4, 2014 at 7:00 pm

    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   Cool heads prevailed at Caroline High School’s season opener for the boys’ varsity basketball program Wednesday night with the Cavaliers putting on a clinic for the visiting Trojans of Midlothian. The opening game of the Conference 20 Tournament showcased the Cavaliers with a 66-41 triumph. A stiff Caroline defense caused Midlothian to make mistakes as the Cavaliers came out immediately with an intensity that

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  • Cavaliers boys basketball bringing the defense

    Posted on December 1, 2014 at 9:55 am


    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   The Caroline Cavaliers varsity basketball team has added an additional aspect to their game this year: Defense. That is Defense with a capital D. In a recent scrimmage against Lee-Davis High School, the defense was strong—intense with the offense not far off. At their end of the court, the Cavaliers made opponents work for every point they scored, hustling to work their way into

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  • Caroline native Tony Beasley lives a baseball life

    Posted on November 25, 2014 at 10:26 am

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    By Kim Napier For the CP   Caroline native Tony Beasley is headed to Texas. The Texas Rangers sought out Beasley for the position of third base coach under new manager Jeff Banister. Beasley and Banister have a long history from Beasley’s days with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Beasley spent 19 years with the Pirates organization, and Banister was there the whole time. Beasley played for him in 1997 and was

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  • Cavaliers lose season-ender to Knights

    Posted on November 12, 2014 at 9:39 am

    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   Caroline High School closed out their varsity football season with a 36-0 loss against Spotsylvania High School last Friday night. In the first half, scoring at will, the Spotsylvania Knights had their way with the Cavaliers. For the first three touchdowns, the Knights made the two-point conversion look normal. For Spotsylvania coach Ben Lawrynas, the win was special. In his six years of coaching

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  • Cavaliers play strong in loss to King George Foxes

    Posted on November 3, 2014 at 2:39 pm


    By Scott Richards CP Correspondent   The Caroline Cavaliers found themselves winless after a 40-15 defeat by the King George Foxes last Friday night. In spite of their record, the Cavaliers continue to improve weekly, with Friday’s game showing their best effort to date. Offensively, the line was strong, allowing no sacks of quarterback Juwan Wallace. The defense was up against a strong single wing offense displayed by King George,

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