Harrow, Moore, Ellis shine for MHS cross-country
Leigh Harrow proved she will be a force in girls cross-country this season as the Middlesex High School sophomore won two races over the past week. Harrow won first place in a dual meet between the Lady Chargers and Mathews on September 14, and also won first place in a quad-meet on September 20.
09.23.2011Christchurch improves to 3-0
Blessed Sacrament-Huguenot (BSH) Catholic School from Powhatan came out fighting but the Seahorses won the game 30-12. BSH stopped the Seahorses’ first drive and began driving down the field. Carlos Gray was the first of many CCS players to step up and show the Knights that scoring on the Seahorse defense was not going to be easy.
09.21.2011MHS girls improve to 4-2
“We are not playing ‘our’ game,” said MHS coach Jennifer Harrow.“Energy levels were low for most of the Essex match and when Essex gave up after the first game loss, we should have taken them quickly in the second two games, but we played to their level to the end.”
09.21.2011Lady Charger JVs sweep Essex
The Middlesex High JV volleyball team swept Essex 25-22, 25-19 on September 13 and lost at Lancaster on September 20. The MHS JVs are 2-4 on the season. “We came out the gate running,” said coach Laura Norris. “The team played well, moving their feet and communicating.”