In four varsity softball games last week, the Nottoway Lady Cougars scored a total of 47 runs and allowed only two, but those two scores came Friday in the bottom of the 12th inning at Amelia.
Kenston Forest School’s varsity softball team finished the regular season in 3rd place but peaked at the right time last week, winning the Virginia Colonial Conference tournament and proving once again that in Spring sports, May is more important than March.
Kenston Forest School senior, Daniel Parham, signed to play baseball at Erskine College, a Division II school in Due West, South Carolina. Erskine’s nickname is the “Flying Fleet.” Daniel has
Nottoway girls knocked the cover off the softball last week, winning three games by a combined margin of 49-3. The varsity Lady Cougars’ softball team entered this week 13-1 (11-0
Nottoway High School’s JV softball team was 6-3 (4-1 James River District) after two wins last week. Playing at Goochland last Tuesday, April 23rd, the Lady Cougars held on for