MHS girls face 3 straight road matches
On September 3 at Rappahannock, Middlesex lost the first game 25-15 before taking the next three games 26-24, 25-16 and 25-14. Harrow made a few changes in the second game, and the Lady Chargers came alive.
09.11.2008MHS JVs lose opener
“We have a good athletic group of young men playing on our football team,” said MHS coach Austin Moon. “When we went back and looked at the tapes of the game the main problem was that we did not tackle well. If we improve on our tackling, I think we will win some games.
09.11.2008Middlesex golfers edge Mathews
“This was a big win for us today and, hopefully, we can carry the enthusiasm and improved game with us the rest of the way,” said Harrow. “There are still some wrinkles that need to be ironed out."
09.11.2008With 32 players, MHS varsity looks to improve
The Middlesex High School football team is coming off a rough 2007 season when it won only one game, but head coach Heath Cockerham is hopeful a better year awaits in 2008.