Henrico County Sports
Citizen Staff Reports 11/07/2013
Didn't get a ticket to the sold-out Varina-Highland Springs football game Friday night? You can still watch the game online, thanks to Henrico County Public Schools. HCPS-TV will stream the game live through its website, http://www.henrico.k12.va.us Varin.a enters the game 8-1, while Highland Springs is 7-2. Both teams are assured of berths in the high school playoffs. > Read more.
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Eleven former Douglas S. Freeman H.S. athletes and supporters were inducted May 23 into the DSF Athletics Hall of Fame at a ceremony held at Short Pump Hilton Hotel and Spa.
The event featured Maggie Nave, DSF Class of 2011, singing the National Anthem, and remarks by DSF Principal Anne Poates; Gary Hess of Virginia Sports Network served as Master of Ceremonies. > Read more.
Fourteen-year-old Henrico resident Natalie Weber (pictured at right) won the all around level 7 state championship at the girls gymnastics state meet in Chesapeake earlier this spring. Weber earned a score of 37.900 in the four events in which she competed. > Read more.
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Two top high school baseball teams will face each other tomorrow night in Glen Allen in a game that will be about more than winning and losing.
Benedictine and St. Christopher's – each ranked in the top three in the Virginia Independent Schools poll – will meet at 7 p.m. at Glen Allen's RF&P Stadium at RF&P Park. > Read more.
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Members of the No. 22 Shell-Pennzoil crew and local Virginia media personalities paired up at the Kroger store in Short Pump on Thursday to compete in a ‘Tailgating Cook off,’ where the No. 22 crew members barbecued burgers for customers to sample for the chance of being selected the ‘People’s Choice’ winning team. > Read more.
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A local semi-pro football team has signed its first female player.
Henrico County native and Deep Run High School graduate Sarah Bradley successfully tried out and was selected to the team at a recent Virginia Hornets tryout.
Bradley, who was initially motivated to play football by a classmate’s suggestion, honed her technique under Collegiate High School coach Larry Jarman at the Collegiate Kicking Camp. > Read more.
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By Sarah Story, Citizen Events Editor 04/25/2013
Three opportunities exist this weekend in Henrico to get a workout while helping a good cause: CASA Superhero Run, ASK Fun Walk and 5K and the Red, White & Azul 5K and 1 Mile Park Bark. Relax afterwards with folk music at the University of Richmond and the Shady Grove Coffeehouse or celebrate World Tai Chi Day at Walkerton Tavern. For all our top picks this weekend, click here! > Read more.
By Sarah Story, Citizen Events Editor 04/19/2013
If getting bombarded with colored cornstarch sounds like fun, then you’ll be happy to know the Color Me Rad 5k is in Innsbrook on Saturday. Another colorful event is the Spring Into the Arts Festival at Shady Grove UMC. Earth Day is April 22 but you can celebrate early at the University of Richmond or Three Lakes Park. For all our top picks this weekend, click here! > Read more.
By Sarah Story, Citizen Events Editor 04/12/2013
Celebrate heritage and community this weekend in Henrico! Historic Bloemendaal at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden will highlight music and activities from the Garden’s past. On Saturday, the North Airport Drive Civic Association will host Highland Springs Community Day. Other fun events this weekend include the K-Cettes craft and bake sale, a Global Sounds music event at UR and an organ recital at River Road Church Baptist. For more, click here! > Read more.
Local theatre is in full swing this weekend – check out Henrico Theatre Company, Henley Street Theatre and Deep Run High School. Also, get your shopping shoes on for holiday gifts! Local artisans will be at Hermitage High School and St. John’s Catholic Church on Saturday. For all our top picks this weekend, click here! > Read more.
Staff, selection impress at Short Pump’s Tazza Kitchen
Before I am comfortable writing a review of a restaurant, I like to visit it twice. Invariably, I find that differences in the timing of a visit can result in vastly different experiences.
Even though I may find a place appealing the first time around, it frequently disappoints me the next time. And if I don't care for a place on the first try, I think it deserves a chance to redeem itself – which it almost always does.
Tazza Kitchen is that rare restaurant that had me at hello, at the getting-to-know-you stage, and at goodbye after both my visits. And trust me, there will be more visits to come. > Read more.
Film’s message gets lost amidst mix of melodrama, candy coating
I’m in Love with a Church Girl lays out everything you need to know right there in the title.
Miles Montego (Jeffrey Atkins, who may be more recognizable under his stage name, Ja Rule), is a notorious drug kingpin, but when he meets the church-going girl of his dreams, will he be able to part with the glamour and the money of the drug game? > Read more.