Showing posts from November 23, 2008

James Madison University Dukes 38, Wofford Terriers 35 (F)

Wofford in the Red Zone Crowd Shot Wofford on the attack Hey - I know this lady! Holloman looking for a hole Mr. Terrier - Wofford's mascot The Cheerleaders doing push-ups for every point on the scoreboard Half back pass goes for 30+ yards for Wofford Running the option Zac and the TV-3 camera man checking the footage Then filming the next spot Qb - Double threat - running or passing Score at the Half - Dukes 28-14 Passing for sure here Fresh from the Macy's Parade - The Dukes Marching Band Another P.A.T - One of five QB- Rodney Landers rushed for 166 yards The Dog House The End Zone Landers accounted for 4 of the 5 Dukes T.D. The O-Line opened holes all game At the End of the Day - The Dukes won the dog fight. Two key stops by the "D" proved big late... One more crowd shot of the Purple & Gold Up Next - Villinova Wildcats (Next Saturday)

Following an afternoon with Coach Burner, it is an evening with Coach Wilkins & his Central Falcons

BROADWAY - Central returned to Broadway Friday night for their second and final game in the 7TH Annual Gobbler Invitational Basketball Tournament. The Falcons were facing Potomac Falls ( Loudon County- Class AA) and showed a noticeable difference in energy in comparison to the opening game against the Gobblers. J.J. Armentrout's lay up just before half allowed Central to take a 23-21 lead in to the locker room but the Falcons struggled in the third quarter. PFHS outscored Central 18-9 in the third quarter and then pushed the lead out to 50-36 with 5:59 remaining in the contest. The time out called belonged to Potomac's Head Coach Jeff Hawes but it was the Falcons that responded to Wilkins telling them they had 6 minutes of basketball left to play. Armentrout found Stuart French open for a 3-pointer to begin the final run and when Morgan Reynard went hard to the basket for a lay-up at 2:23 the lead was trimmed to 52-48. The 12-2 run included six different Falcons scoring

More pics and notes from Our Time on Broadway

Every time I have attended a Shenandoah District event being held in the gym @ Eastern Mennonite I have listened to this gentleman handle the P.A for the contests with a great deal of professionalism . It turns out that Mr. Jim Snavely handles the same duties at Broadway High School as well as broadcasting on the radio in the area as well. Tip of the cap to Jim for his efforts to help promote High School Sports! Those of you that have been with us since the beginning remember our opening night of Around The Valley back in Woodstock. We wanted to show you Mom & Morgan six months later! Morgan was just days away from being born that night as Mom was taking tickets at the front gate. You have to love the gigantic U.S Flag that hangs in the Broadway gym!

Before the was Strasburg Volleyball, there was Stonewall Jackson Girls Basketball

The poster from the SJHS team in 2006-2007. Monacan Head Coach Larry Starr Action from the free throw line The wall at Stonewall The other end of the wall... Whitney Wilkins on defense QUICKSBURG - I spent the winter of 2006-2007 covering the Lady Generals Basketball team and was fortunate enough to become familiar with Head Coach Jeff Burner and his extended family. _____________________________________ You have to start by stating that the extended family is rather large due to Burner and his ability to make you feel right at home. The Stonewall Jackson team advanced to the State Tournament behind the talents of 4 year seniors Kallie Hovatter and Britany Kuntz . While Hovatter and Kuntz were talented they were not playing 2 on 5. There were 5 sophomores and a freshman that were a big part of the Lady Generals attack and now those young ladies are taking their turn at providing Senior leadership for Burner. _____________________________________ Jessica "Bull" Richard
Central's Mickey and Roger watching the action before heading down to Broadway for their own game. The basketball that celebrates Kallie's scoring mark. Meghan Lutz add the free throw line. Coach sharing the knowledge with two of his players. Welcome to Quicksburg - Home to the Mayor Coach Starr and Coach Burner discussing the next phase of the practice that followed the scrimmage. Six ladies on the Stonewall squad will be playing their third year of varsity this season.

Friday Morning with Bill Meade's Pigskin Picks

Page News & Courier Sports Editor Bill Meade made a creative decision this week with his High School Picks. All of the area High School teams have been eliminated so Bill choose to go with the four Class A games being played this week. We welcome anyone that would like to play from home! ______________________ HIGH SCHOOL: All Games Saturday ______________________ William Campbell @ Franklin Lebannon @ Floyd County Essex @ Gretna Clintwood vs. Holston @ UVA -Wise ______________________ NCAA: ______________________ Virginia @ Va. Tech Oklahoma @ Oklahoma State Oregon State @ Oregon West Virginia @ Pittsburgh (Fri) ______________________ NFL Games ______________________ N.Y. Giants @ Washington Carolina @ Green Bay Denver @ N.Y. Jets Pittsburgh @ New England

Two Pics that sum up the night in Broadway !

The young ladies dig the Head Gobbler Mama Burner & Coach Roger Wilkins...



Early pics from the Lady Falcons @ Broadway

Ashley Jernigan at the Free Throw Line Head Coach Stephanie Mathews leading the way Ashley Ebersole waiting to inbound the basketball Coach & The Lady Falcons during a time out...