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  • Spiders Look to End Skid in Brooklyn

    Our Lane Casadonte reports from Brooklyn on how big a win will be for Richmond. Virginia Tech lost in the first round of the ACC tournament to Miami 57-53. John Marshall and George Wythe prepare for the Group 3A State Championship at the Siegel Center.

  • Richmond Heads to Brooklyn for A-10 Tournament

    Lane Casadonte is in Brooklyn and checks in with the Richmond Spiders, who hopes history doesn’t repeat itself at that year’s A-10 tourney. Virginia Tech is ready for the ACC Tournament in Greensboro. UVA’s Tony Bennett is named ACC Coach of the Year. Luqman Jaaber out as Virginia Union Head Basketball Coach.

  • VCU Prepares for Return Trip to Brooklyn

    CBS-6 Sports Director Lane Casadonte is in Brooklyn for the 2014 A-10 Tournament and reports on how VCU will benefit from playing at Barclays earlier this season.

  • VCU Completes Perfect Home Season

    VCU finished 15-0 at the Siegel Center this year, first undefeated season in the arena’s history, with an 86-67 win over St. Bonaventure. Richmond lost at Dayton 60-48. Virginia Tech fell at Georgia Tech 62-51. In High School State semifinal action, Glen Allen was beaten in the 4A State Semifinals by Handley 64-51. John Marshall beat Lord Botetourt 58-52 to advance to the 3A State Final against George Wythe in an All-City School matchup.

  • Randolph Macon loses in NCAA Tournament

    Randolph-Macon lost to DeSales 76-70 in overtime in the 1st round of the Division III NCAA tournament. VCU and Richmond prepare for their season finales. VCU women’s team fell in the quarterfinals of the A-10 tournament 62-61 to top seed Dayton.

  • College Basketball Roundup, March 1st

    VCU won their 14th in a row at home this year 67-56 over number 10 St. Louis. Richmond lost their 2nd straight on the road 66-43 at Rhode Island. 12th ranked UVA beat number four Syracuse 75-56 to win the ACC title outright for the first time since the 1980-81 season. Virginia Tech fell to 19th ranked UNC 60-56.

  • Henrico Warriors Advance to State Playoffs

    Henrico beat L.C. Bird 58-57 to advance to the 5A South Final.  The win also meant the Warriors return to the State Playoffs. George Wythe beat John Marshall 75-66 to win the 3A East boys Championship.  Both teams advanced to the States. Glen Allen was defeated by I.C. Norcom 52-48 in the 4A South Boys Final in Portsmouth.  The Jaguars will play in the State Playoffs. On the girls side, Cosby won the 6A South Final with a 68-43 win […]

  • VCU Ends Road Losing Streak at Fordham

    VCU snapped a three-game road losing streak with a 85-66 win at Fordham. In High School Playoff Hoops action, Glen Allen boys beat Booker T. Washington 55-47 in the 4A South Region semfinals to advance to the State playoffs for the first time in school history. In the Girls 4A South Region semifinals, Monacan was upset at home by Woodrow Wilson 70-67.

  • College Basketball Recap, Feb. 22nd

    Richmond Spiders beat LaSalle 62-49. Terry Allen set a new career high with 23 points. UVA won their 11th in a row, 70-49 over Notre Dame.  They are 14-1 in the ACC. Virginia Tech fell to N.C. State 71-64. In women’s action, Richmond lost to George Washington 72-58. VCU won their third in a row, 74-67 over St. Louis. And Virginia State beat Lincoln 75-65 for their 14th straight win.

  • College Basketball Roundup, Feb. 15th

    The Richmond Spiders won their 3rd straight, 82-70 over Fordham. VCU fell at St. Louis 64-62. UVA won at Clemson 63-58. Virginia Tech ended a 10-game losing streak by beating Miami 52-45. Randolph-Macon beat Emory & Henry at home 64-39.

  • College Basketball Recap, Feb. 8th

    VCU had their six game winning streak snapped by St. Joe’s 69-62. UVA beat Georgia Tech 64-45. Virginia Tech lost their 10th straight, 62-57 in double overtime at Pittsburgh. RMC defeated Lynchburg 84-72 for their 13th win in a row. VCU women beat Richmond 63-62. Richmond’s lacrosse team lost their initial game of their program’s history 13-12 to Virginia.

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    One student involved in ‘spontaneous’ football fight, VSU investigation finds

    Nearly three months after a fight prematurely ended Virginia State University's football season, the university released the results of its investigation into what happened in Winston-Salem.