Around the Northern Neck: Nov. 11

Posted on Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at 10:10 pm

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Scores notes-sports-desk

Oct. 25

Football: Colonial Beach def. Northumberland 71-6, improves to 4-4 on the season, 2-1 in the district. Northumberland drops to 3-5 on the season, 0-3 in the district.

 

Football: Washington & Lee def. Rappahannock 20-7, improves to 5-3 on the season, 3-0 in the district. Rappahannock drops to 6-2 on the season, 1-2 in the district.

 

Football: Essex def. Lancaster 7 51-18, improves to 7-1 on the season, 3-0 in the district. Lancaster drops to 3-5 on the season, 3-5 in the district.

 

Varsity Volleyball: Northumberland def. St. Margaret’s 3-0, improves to 18-1 on the season, 9-0 in the district

 

JV Volleyball: Northumberland def. St. Margaret’s 2-0, improves to 18-1 on the season, 9-0 in the district

 

 

Oct. 28

Field Hockey (Conference Tournament): Game 1—George Mason def. Lancaster 3-0

 

 

Oct. 29

Colonial Beach Ladies Bowling League (Week 8): Ruth Martin 201,198,532; Sunna Buffington 194,178,504; Paulette Worrell 192,500; Diane Cooper 175; Linda Peck 175; Sheila Vickers-Smith 173; Joyce Myers 173; Peggy Roath 172; Denise Wright 171; Pat Jaco 171; Norma Wise 170; Janet Carnes 170; Deborah Johnson 170; Dotty Weldon 170; Melissa Bell 170.

Standings: 1st – Budget Blinds; 2nd(tie) – Riverboat & Wireless Zone; 4th(tie) – Kevin’s Roofing & A.B.Walker; 6th(tie) – Maxine’s Angels & Firefly Lawn Care; 8th – Bay Haven Landscapes; 9th – Tim’s Girls; 10th – Interstate Batteries.

 

Quinton Oaks Senior Men’s Golf League: Closest to the Pin- Hole 3: Lin Wadsworth; Hole 8: Norman Hammer; Hole 12: Don Matthews; Hole 17: Marion Dongieux.

First Flight – 1st Place: Lin Wadsworth; 2nd Place: Marion Dongieux; 3rd Place: (tie) Don Bradley & Stan Rembisz; 4th Place: Don Short.

Second Flight – 1st Place: (tie) Bobby Albrite, Gary Gill & Paul Deleo; 2nd Place: (tie) Jim Hanline & Ray Herron.

 

JV Volleyball: Essex def. Washington & Lee 2-0, improves to 4-14 on the season, 3-7 in the district. Washington & Lee drops to 5-12 on the season, 0-10 in the district.

 

JV Volleyball: Lancaster def. Colonial Beach 2-1, improves to 9-8 on the season, 6-4 in the district. Colonial Beach drops to 7-9 on the season, 5-5 in the district.

 

JV Volleyball: Northumberland def. Rappahannock 3-0, improves to 19-1 on the season, 10-0 in the district. Rappahannock drops to 11-7 on the season, 6-4 in the district.

 

Varsity Volleyball: Essex def. Washington & Lee 3-0, improves to 13-5 on the season, 6-4 in the district. Washington & Lee drops to 8-11 on the season, 4-6 in the district.

 

Varsity Volleyball: Lancaster def. Colonial Beach 3-0, improves to 11-9 on the season, 5-5 in the district. Colonial Beach drops to 4-16 on the season, 0-10 in the district.

 

Varsity Volleyball: Northumberland def. Rappahannock 3-0, improves to 19-1 on the season, 10-0 in the district. Rappahannock drops to 9-9 on the season, 5-5 in the district.

 

JV Football: Essex and Washington & Lee tie, 14-14. Essex improves to 4-2-1 on the season, 2-0-1 in the district. W&L improves to 6-1-1, 2-0-1 in the district. (rescheduled from Oct. 30) W&L’s  Daquinse Bunns ended the game with 181 all purpose yards and two touchdowns; Cullen Bell with 74 yards passing and 32 yards rushing; Kenny Taylor led the defensive in tackles; and Stevie Preston had 24 yards rushing.

 

Field Hockey (Conference Tournament): Game 2—Bruton def. George Mason 6-1; Game 3—Northampton def. Northumberland 5-0. Northumberland ends the season with an overall record of 7-10.

 

Oct. 30

JV Football: Essex and Washington & Lee tie, 14-14. Essex improves to 4-2-1 on the season, 2-0-1 in the district. W&L improves to 6-1-1, 2-0-1 in the district. (rescheduled from Oct. 30)

 

Cross Country: Rappahannock County Girls and Washington & Lee Boys win their respective conference championships. Girls—Rappahannock County led the girls with  score of 33 points followed by Northumberland with 60, Lancaster with 63, W&L with 65;  Boys—Washington & Lee scored 33 points followed by Lancaster with 46, Rappahannock County with 48 and Northumberland with 109. . Neither team from Essex had enough runners to place.

 

JV Football: Colonial Beach def. Lancaster 34-28 improves to 3-3 on the season, 1-2 in the district. Lancaster drops to 5-2 on the season, 1-2 in the district. Colonial Beach came back down 26-8.

 

 

Oct. 31

Quinton Oaks Ladies Golf Association (Plant the Tombstone): 1st Faith McDermott, 2nd Susie Sellman, 3rd Maggie Dennett, 4th Carol Davis, 5th Mary Frances Trunnell, 6th Carol Reese and 7th (tied) Millie Dickens and Cheryl Rembisz

 

Varsity Volleyball: Caroline def. Colonial Beach 1-3. Colonial Beach drops to 4-17 on the season, 0-10 in the district.

 

JV Volleyball: Colonial Beach def. Caroline 2-0, ends the year with an overall record of 8-9, 5-5 in the district.

 

Field Hockey (Conference Tournament): Game 4—Bruton def. Northampton 4-1. Both advance to regional tournament.

 

Football: Colonial Beach def. Lancaster 42-29, improves to 5-4 on the season, 3-1 in the district. Lancaster drops to 3-6 on the season, 0-4 in the district.

 

 

Nov. 1

Football: Rappahannock at Northumberland 7 (rescheduled to Nov. 2 at noon)

 

 

Nov. 2

Football: Rappahannock def. Northumberland 62-20, improves to 7-2 on the season, 2-2 in the district. Northumberland drops to 3-6 on the season, 0-4 in the district.

 

Football: Essex def. Washington & Lee 14-9, improves to 8-1, 4-0 in the district. W&L drops to 5-4, 3-1 in the district.

 

 

Nov. 5

Varsity Volleyball: Conference Tournament (at higher seed)

Game 1: #5 Lancaster def. #4 Rappahannock 3-0 (25-21, 25-20, 25-19)

Game 2: #6 Washington & Lee at #3 Essex def. #6 Washington & Lee 3-0 (25-10, 25-16, 25-19)

Game 3: #2 Rappahannock County def. #7 Colonial Beach 3-0 (25-10, 25-13, 25-10)

Washington & Lee ends the season at 8-12 on the season, 4-6 in the district.

Colonial Beach ends the season at 4-17, 0-10 in the district.

Rappahannock ends the season at 9-10, 5-5 in the district.

 

Nov. 6

JV Football: Lancaster def. Northumberland 44-6, ends the season with an overall record of 6-2, 2-2 in the district. Northumberland ends the season with an overall record of 3-3, 0-3 in the district.

JV Football: Washington & Lee def. Colonial Beach 36-0, ends the season with an overall record of 7-0-1, 3-0-1 in the district. Colonial Beach ends the season with an overall record of 3-4, 1-3 in the district.

JV Football: Essex def. Rappahannock 46-20, ends the season with an overall record of 5-2-1, 3-0-1 in the district. Rappahannock ends the season with an overall record of 4-5, 0-3 in the district.

 

Nov. 7

Cross Country: Region 1A East Championships Results:  Lancaster, Washington & Lee and Rappahannock County Boys & Girls Team qualify for Group 1A State Cross Country Championships. Also qualifying for the first time in school history the Northumberland Girls Team and boys’ qualifier Billy Pipkin (Northumberland). The state championships will be held at the Great Meadow in the Plains on Nov. 16. Girls at 1 p.m. followed by the boys at 1:45 p.m.

 

Nov. 8

Football: Washington & Lee def. Colonial Beach 31-6, improves to 6-4, 4-1 in the district. Colonial Beach drops to 5-5 on the season, 3-2 in the district.

Football: Lancaster def. Northumberland 39-6, improves to 4-6 on the season, 1-4 in the district. Northumberland drops to 3-7 on the season, 0-5 in the district.

Football: Essex def. Rappahannock 42-7, improves to 9-1, 5-0 in the district. Rappahannock drops to 7-3 on the season, 2-3 in the district.

 

 

Nov. 9

Competition Cheer: Essex shy of reaching state cheer finals after finishing third in the Region 2A Championship. Essex scored 178 points in the first round behind soon-to-be champion Wilson Memorial with 252.

Varsity Volleyball: Top seeded Northumberland def. second seeded Rappahannock, 3-0, to win the Conference 43 Championship. Both teams will advance to the Region 1A East Tournament to begin Nov. 12. Northumberland defeated fifth seeded Lancaster, 3-0, and Rappahannock County defeated third seeded Essex, 3-1, to advance to the finals. Essex ends the season at 14-6, 6-4 in the district. Lancaster ends the season at 12-10 on the season, 5-5 in the district. Northumberland improves to 21-1 on the season, 10-0 in the district.

 

Nov. 12

Volleyball: William Campbell at Northumberland 6, winner advances to Region 1A East Semifinals Nov. 14. Finals on Nov. 15 TBA.

 

Schedule

Nov. 14

Volleyball: Game winner of #4 Appomattox Regional Governor’s School vs #6 West Point at #1 Northumberland, 7 p.m unless otherwise stated.  Should Northumberland win they will host the Region 1A East Finals on Nov. 15. Finals on Nov. 15 TBA.

 

Nov. 15

Football: #13 Lancaster at #4 Central Lunenburg 7

Football: #12 Middlesex at #5 Washington & Lee 7

Football: #11 Colonial Beach at #6 Rappahannock (Warsaw) 7

Football: #15 Northumberland at #2 Altavista 7

Football: #16 Cumberland at #1 Essex 7

Volleyball: Region 1A Finals at #1 Northumberland, 7 p.m unless otherwise stated. Winner advances to Group 1A State Championship.

 

Nov. 16

Cross Country: Group 1A State Championships at Great Meadow in the Plains on Nov. 16. Girls at 1 p.m. followed by the boys at 1:45 p.m.

 

Nov. 20-23

Volleyball: State Semifinals and Finals at VCU Siegel Center

 

Nov. 30

Football: Region Finals TBD

 

Dec. 7

Football: VHSL Semifinals TBD

 

Dec. 14

Football: State Championship Dec. 14 at Salem Field

 

Notices

The First Annual Gobble Wobble 5K Walk/Run will be held at the Westmoreland State Park on 145 Cliff Road in Montross Nov. 23 beginning at 9 a.m. The event is sponsored by the Friends of Westmoreland State Park. Register at www.active.com and search keywords: Gobble Wobble Montross

 

Annual Turkey Day 10K will be held on the boardwalk in the Town of Colonial Beach beginning at 8 a.m. Racers will meet at the Colonial Beach Volunteer Fire Department on Colonial Avenue. Can good for donation to the area Food Bank is accepted. Email randolphfeltner@gmail.com for more information.

 

Interested in the joining the Northern Neck Wrestling Club which is for kids grades 1-8 and adults? Contact Steven Hanks at (804) 370-2191.

 

The Northumberland High School Athletic Booster Club is currently accepting applications for membership for the 2012-2013 season. This year the Boosters are offering 10 different membership options, in hopes to accommodate a wide range of students, parents and community members. All those interested in joining or renewing their membership for the 2013-2014 season should contact Michael Stevenson (mstevenson1@nucps.net) at Northumberland High School.

 

The Rappahannock Raiders Booster Club is currently accepting applications for membership for the 2013-2014 season. The Boosters are offering a variety of different membership options (at reduced rates if purchased prior to June 30, 2013) in hopes of accommodating a wide range of students, parents, and community members. All those interested in joining for the 2013-2014 season should contact Jan Tatarka (jtatarka@richmond-county.k12.va.us) at Rappahannock High School

 

Submit your own news: The Westmoreland News allow readers to help shape the news both in their paper and online. YourNews, at http://www.westmorelandnews.net/yournews, allows readers to upload stories, events and photos that after an approval process, will be featured online and, sometimes, in print. The goal is to allow readers to become community reporters. They can snap a picture of their family supporting their favorite team at the big game and submit it, or they could send in breaking news information. The level of participation is up to them. The submission process is easy. Just go to http://www.westmorelandnews.net/yournews/admin/ad_article.asp and follow the step-by-step instructions.

 

Submit your own news: The Northumberland Echo allow readers to help shape the news both in their paper and online. YourNews, at http://www.northumberlandecho.com/yournews, allows readers to upload stories, events and photos that after an approval process, will be featured online and, sometimes, in print. The goal is to allow readers to become community reporters. They can snap a picture of their family supporting their favorite team at the big game and submit it, or they could send in breaking news information. The level of participation is up to them. The submission process is easy. Just go to http://www.northumberlandecho.com/yournews/admin/ad_article.asp and follow the step-by-step instructions.

 

Submit your own news: The Northern Neck News allow readers to help shape the news both in their paper and online. YourNews, at http://www.northernnecknews.com/yournews, allows readers to upload stories, events and photos that after an approval process, will be featured online and, sometimes, in print. The goal is to allow readers to become community reporters. They can snap a picture of their family supporting their favorite team at the big game and submit it, or they could send in breaking news information. The level of participation is up to them. The submission process is easy. Just go to http://www.northernnecknews.com/yournews/admin/ad_article.asp and follow the step-by-step instructions.

 

If you have a student who attends school in the Northern Neck and should be considered for “On the Rise,” a feature story series to recognize students excelling in academics and on the playing field, e-mail at nnnsports@lcs.net, fax 804-333-0033 or write to Northern Neck News Attn: Sports Desk 132 Court Circle or P.O. Box 8 Warsaw, Va. 22572. Please include subject as “rnn” provide name of student, contact information and in less than 300 words why you think he or she is newsworthy. Please no phone calls.

 

Check out our list of Northern Neck District Standouts playing in college and professionally online. Search in the top corner of our web site “Collegiate and Professional Athletes” page. If there is a standout missing on this list that should be considered, e-mail nnnsports@lcs.net, fax 804-333-0033 or write to Northern Neck News Attn: Sports Desk. Please provide name of student, what high school they graduated from and the college they attend. Please no phone calls.

 

Check out all of other newspapers for coverage of Northern Neck District Teams: Westmoreland News: www.westmorelandnews.net, Northern Neck News: www.northernnecknews.com and Northumberland Echo: www.northumberlandecho.com

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