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2016-2017 Athletic Passes

2016-2017 Athletic Passes

March 15, 2016


Filed under General Sports Info, Sports

2016-2017 All Sports Athletic Passes Pre-sale Price! In a continuing effort to help reduce costs for our students, parents and fans, Midlothian High School is offering a money saving opportunity on the 2016-2017 All Sports Athletic Passes. This pass will get you into all regular season Midl...

A Season Comes to an End

A Season Comes to an End

Lucas Via, Staff Writer

February 20, 2016


Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

Midlothian Boys Basketball went through many struggles throughout their season, but even though they had some early setbacks, they still managed to beat rivals James River and Powhatan, while also upsetting Clover Hill late in the season. Midlo had their Senior Night against Manchester on February...

Taking It to the Hoop

Taking It to the Hoop

Daniel Wines, Staff Writer

February 15, 2016


Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

With a better than expected regular season, the girls basketball team entered the playoffs with an 11-11 record, establishing themselves as the number three seed. The girls finished their season with an impressive win on Tuesday, February 9th against the George Wythe girls team of 60-29. Even after l...

Back to the Siegel Center

Back to the Siegel Center

Daniel Wines, Sports Writer

November 21, 2015


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

After last year's win over Hanover in the 4A State Championship, the Midlothian Boys Volleyball team lost three key players, Michael Ball, Mason Cox, and Max Johnson. Despite these losses, Midlothian was not only able to overcome, but able to thrive due to two-time Conference 20 Coach of the Year, Randy Cox. ...

Beyond Expectations

Beyond Expectations

Sydney Van Horn, Staff Writer

November 13, 2015


Filed under Spring Sports

The Midlothian Lady Trojans Field Hockey team began its season in late August with two challenging games right off the bat. The ladies first battled on home turf against the skilled, Grafton Clippers from Yorktown, Virginia. The girls held this vicious team 0-0 for the majority of the game. However, Gr...

Lady Trojan Field Hockey Shows Heart

Lady Trojan Field Hockey Shows Heart

Sydney Van Horn, Sports Writer

November 11, 2015


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

After an exciting and riveting regular season, the Midlothian Field Hockey team won in a shutout against Powhatan for the Conference 20 Championship title. Last year, the Lady Trojans lost in a heartbreaking defeat by the Maggie Walker Dragons; however, this year, the ladies came out swinging. With the Con...

Dream Big. Never Quit.

Dream Big. Never Quit.

Sydney Van Horn, Staff Writer

October 26, 2015


Filed under Sports

University of Richmond alumni, Marc Megna, visited Midlothian High School on Monday, October, 26th, to speak to aspiring young athletes about his past and present experiences. Randy West, Midlothian football assistant coach and coordinator for the Trojan Live Network (TLN) and Mr.Megna have been clos...

2015 Coal Bowl

2015 Coal Bowl

Bobby Stout, Sports Writer

October 16, 2015


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

On the night of October 16th, Midlothian and James River came together to play one of the biggest rivalry games of the season: the Coal Bowl. However, on this night, the event held an additional purpose; it served as the Pink-Out Scholarship Fundraiser. In order to raise funds, both schools sold pink Co...

The Girl Who Does It All

The Girl Who Does It All

Sydney Van Horn and Neha Kulkarni

October 13, 2015


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

It is well known that the mark of a perfect person is usually admirable athleticism, stellar grades, a large social circle, and a copious amount of coffee to compensate for the sleep deprivation to achieve such feats. Senior Frankie Urcia, however, has not only achieved such feats (admittedly with her...

The Boys Are Back

The Boys Are Back

Daniel Wines, Sports Writer

October 11, 2015


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

After winning the 4A State Championship over Hanover last season, the boys volleyball team look to repeat. However, it will be a challenge, since they lost three star players: Michael Ball, setter; Mason Cox, setter; and Maxwell Johnson, middle blocker. One key part of the team remains, senior Nick ...

Battling Trojans

Battling Trojans

Bobby Stout, Staff Writer

October 1, 2015


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

After coming off a 2-8 season, the Trojan Football program looks to improve this year. Losing great players at crucial positions, including Michael Warren, the odds were not amazing. Having a great performance in 7 on 7ś in the spring, players such as Nate Millar showed that the team had a real chance...

4 Years In the Making…

4 Years In the Making…

Sydney Van Horn, Staff Writer

September 5, 2015


Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

On September 2nd at F.W. Poates Stadium, the Midlothian girls field hockey team took on their rival, the Cosby Titans. For a grueling sixty minutes, the girls fought their way to a miraculous victory, one that has been in the making for quite some time. Coach Geri Douglas said that in all her years co...

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