Top 10 athletes in South Hampton Roads Boys track and field1. Brent Bailey, Ocean Lakes. The senior won the 1,000 (2:33.83) and 1,600 (4:20.95) and ran on the victorious 3,200 relay - along with Jacob Bushey, Tyler Lipps and Davis Young - at the Class 6 state indoor meet. That team posted the seventh-fastest time in the nation this season. In the fall, he also won the Class 6 state cross country title.2. Aaron Shirley, Oscar Smith. The junior is the defending state champion in the 110 hurdles.
South Hampton Roads Top 101. HickoryThe Hawks, under first-year head coach Shane Smith, will be loaded with four All-Tidewater players returning in P Bre McDowell (22-2, 0.77 ERA), C Bailey Roberts (.452), 1B Caroline Helmer (.457) and 3B Taylor Marciniak (.484).2. GrassfieldAfter losing in the state semifinals the Grizzlies return P/1B Morgan Murphy (.507, 0.36 ERA) and 2B Sydnie Matkins (.322), who were both first-team All-Tidewater selections.
RICHMONDThe Lake Taylor boys basketball team didn’t want to come back to Norfolk without a title.Especially after watching the Titans girls lose to Millbrook in their championship game.The boys got the job done with a 72-66 victory over John Handley, of Winchester, in double overtime to claim the Class 4 state title, the Titans’ first.Lake Taylor wins Class 4A state title.
Texas freshman and Norfolk native Matt Coleman achieved many highs in the loss to Nevada. He set a career high in scoring (25 points), in 3-point field goals made (4-5), tied his career high in field goals made (9-15) and topped the 20-point mark for the 4th time this season https://t.co/Jqob6m73gq
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