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  • L.C. Bird completes the three-peat

    L.C. Bird beat Tuscarora 22-19 in the Group 5A state final for their 3rd straight state championship. Essex lost to Altavista in the Group 1A state final. VCU beat 23rd ranked Northern Iowa 93-87 in double ot. Richmond defeated Howard 54-41.  

  • UVA snaps VCU’s home winning streak

    Number seven UVA visited the Siegel Center and left with a 74-57 win over VCU to break the Rams’ 22-game winning streak. The Cavs shot 68.3% percent from the field and held VCU to just 38%.

  • L.C. Bird & Essex will play for State Titles

    L.C. Bird advanced to their 3rd straight title game with a 21-13 win over Salem. Essex will play for a state title for the 3rd straight year after a 35-13 win over Haysi.  

  • VSU’s postseason run ends

    VSU fell in the Division II playoffs 35-14 at Bloomsburg. Petersburg was defeated by Lafayette 42-8 in the Group 3A state quarterfinals. VCU lost at ODU73-67. Richmond advanced to round two of the 1-AA playoffs with a 46-24 win over Morgan St. Liberty won their first playoff game, 26-20 over JMU.

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    VSU football makes history with first playoff win

    The Trojans defeated Long Island University- Post 28 - 17.

  • Spiders bring back the Capital Cup, VSU wins first ever Playoff game

    The Richmond Spiders beat William & Mary 34-20 and take the Capital Cup for the third straight year. JMU beat Elon 59-27 for their seventh win in a row. VSU defeated LIU-Post of New York 28-17 for their first Division II playoff win. Virginia Tech lost at Wake 6-3 in double overtime. UVA thumped Miami 30-13. Thomas Dale’s season ended in the second round of the Group 6A South playoffs by Colonial Forge 38-28. College Basketball scores, Richmond beat High […]

  • Briante Weber

    VCU welcomes Briante Weber back in Rams win

    The Rams guard had 18 points, nine steals, eight rebounds and seven assists in his season-debut.

  • Spiders’ senior day ruined by JMU, Trojans win CIAA Title

    Richmond lost on Senior Day to JMU 55-20. William & Mary won their 2nd straight, 37-14 over Towson. VSU won their first CIAA title since 1996 with a 21-17 win over WSSU. Virginia Tech snapped their three game losing streak, 17-16 at #21 Duke. Randolph-Macon won “The Game” at Hampden-Sydney 24-10. Benedictine won their first VISAA Division state title since 2001 with a 23-7 win over Bishop Ireton.  

  • Final Score

    CBS 6/Fox Sports 910 high school football poll

    For Week 12 - 2014

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    FINAL SCORE FRIDAY – Week 11 Scores and Highlights

    RICHMOND, Va. — Week 11 of Final Score Friday is here. Watch Lane Casadonte and Sean Robertson Friday night at 11:15 for high school football scores and highlights. Scroll down for scores and video. If you’re at a game, tweet pictures and score updates to @LaneCBS6 using #FSFCBS6. You can also email pics@wtvr.com. Week 11 Scores (1)L.C. Bird  20 (3)Highland Springs  47 (4)Manchester  26 Varina  20 (2)Hermitage  39 Matoaca  14 J.R. Tucker    8 (5)Thomas Dale  41 Lee-Davis  35 Glen […]

  • Spiders stumble at Maine, Trojans repeat as CIAA Division Champs

    8th ranked Richmond had their five-game winning streak snapped at Maine 33-20. William & Mary beat Elon 17-7. Virginia State won the CIAA Northern Division title with a 33-12 win over Virginia Union. UVA dropped their fourth straight, 34-20 to Florida St. In the High School ranks, Benedictine advanced to the VISAA Division I state final with a 34-15 win over St. Christopher’s. 7th ranked Henrico defeated Armstrong 53-28.

  • Spiders get signature win over #3 Villanova

    Richmond upset third ranked Villanova 10-9. JMU rallied from 11 down to beat William & Mary 31-24. Virginia Tech lost at home to Boston College 33-31. UVA fell to Georgia Tech 35-10. VSU remain unbeaten in the CIAA, 40-7 over Chowan. Benedictine clinched the number one seed in the VISAA Division I playoffs with a 35-19 win over Liberty Christian. St. Christopher’s claimed the final playoff spot in the VISAA Division I playoffs by beating Collegiate 17-6.

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