The first state tournament run in 18 years for the William Monroe boys' basketball team has come to an end in the Division 2 semifinals.
William Monroe forward Markel Williams says he feels a personal connection with the last boys' basketball team from the school to make a run to states.
The William Monroe boys exploded for 30 points in the third quarter of Friday night's Division 2 state quarterfinal, pulling away from Northumberland for an easy 74-44 win.
It had been nearly a year since William Monroe enjoyed a win on the football field. But that streak ended Friday night against George Mason. The Dragons exploded in the first half and hung on in the second to win on homecoming, 48-35.
Last year, the William Monroe Dragons had one of their best season in the last two decades. This year, they'll try to continue those winning ways, but they'll have to do it with a lot of new faces on the field.
Central Virginia high school football teams headed to the practice fields Monday on the first official day of camp.
Despite being listed at just 5-8, William Monroe's Jack Morris put up some big numbers as a sophomore last fall. Now he's showing his stuff at the Scrimmage Play Six quarterback camp.
Saturday was almost a perfect day for William Monroe's Jordan Gentry. In the same afternoon, the senior got both a state championship trophy and his high school diploma.
The William Monroe baseball team has won the last two dozen baseball games it's played. Now the Greene Dragons are hoping to add two more to that total.
With teams scheduled to play state semifinal games Friday morning, two area schools are planning Thursday send-off celebrations.
Here are the results from local high school spring sport for Tuesday, May 8, 2012.
Here are the results from local high school spring sports for Tuesday, May 1, 2012.
Here are the scores from local high school spring sports for Thursday, April 26, 2012.
William Monroe Seniors Jordan Gentry and Doug Sizemore signed on the dotted line Wednesday at a ceremony at William Monroe High School. Gentry will pitch at Louisburg College in North Carolina while Sizemore will wrestle for West Liberty University in West Virginia.
Local high school spring sports scores for Friday, April 20.
The senior contributes as both a mentor and athlete at William Monroe, helping build a strong future for the Dragons.
Here are local high school sports scores for Friday, March 30. Please report scores to email@example.com.
The William Monroe senior is a three-sport athlete and is enrolled in the school's sports medicine program.
The senior captain led the William Monroe swimming and golf teams to states.
The top-seeded Fluvanna boys basketball team won a thriller over fifth-seeded Charlottesville in the Region II semifinals. Defending VIC Champion Blue Ridge also advanced to the VIC title game with a big win over Liberty Christian Academy in the semifinals.
Both the William Monroe and Madison County girls basketball teams saw their seasons come to an end in Regional quarterfinal play Wednesday night. Monroe fell to Central Woodstock 45-41 and Madison lost 49-19 to East Rockingham.
The William Monroe boys fell to George Mason, 67-54, in the Bull Run District Championship. The two teams split their regular season matchups with Mason winning a one-game playoff to claim the regular season title.
The William Monroe boys fell to George Mason, 70-48, in a one-game playoff for the regular season Bull Run title. Monroe beat Mason a week ago, 54-46, to force the playoff.
Here's a roundup of some local high school football stars and where they've signed to play collegiately.
Monticello boys hand Fluvanna their first district loss; Western forces a first-place tie with victory over Charlottesville.
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