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RVA Relays

RVA Relays

Riley Townsend, Midlo Scoop Staff

October 3, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Showcase

On September 23, 2017,  Midlo's Cross Country team competed in a sporting event held once a year like no other: the RVA Relays. This event challenges the expectations of traditional cross country meets. Despite the agony many runners endured, everyone left with smile on their faces and a night full...

Two Is Better Than One

Two Is Better Than One

Lucas Via and Patterson Levitch

February 21, 2017


Filed under Winter Sports

Track & Field coaches Stan Morgan and Dan Ward dedicate an enormous amount of time to the success of the Midlothian Track program. This dedication consistently builds arguably one of the best track teams in the state. On February 16th, Midlothian’s track athletes traveled to Hampton, Virginia, t...

A Race to the End of Fall

A Race to the End of Fall

Patterson Levitch, Staff Writer

November 16, 2016


Filed under Fall Sports

On Saturday, November 12th, both boys and girls teams competed in the VHSL Cross Country State Championships. For seniors Eric Overby, Court Warfield, Ally Gleason, Daisy Hooper, and Patterson Levitch, this was their last high school cross country race.  Daisy Hooper recalled, “After the race I ...

Trojans XC Stampede Conference 20

Trojans XC Stampede Conference 20

Patterson Levitch, Staff Writer

November 2, 2016


Filed under Fall Sports

Congratulations to the Conference Champion Midlothian Boys and Girls Cross Country team!  The Midlothian girls won with an outstanding team, including top 3 finishers: Girls Champion Eva Johnson, Camryn Adams, and Ashlyn Ferguson.  The boys swept the field, winning 1st place  through 5th place.  ...

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