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Hawks Baseball Regional Champions

Congratulations to the Hanover Baseball Team for winning the Region 4A East Championship. The Hawks won 11-0 over the Jamestown Eagles. The team will move on to the state semifinals on Friday, June 10 at Liberty University. The game is scheduled for 3:00. The Hawks will play either Liberty Christian or Kettle Run. 

All-Conference Baseball, Player and Coach of the Year

Congratulations to the Hawks baseball team players and coaches for their recognition on the Conference 20 All-Conference Team. Coach Charlie Dragum was named the 2016 Coach of the Year. Grey Lyttle was named the 2016 Conference Player of the Year. Grey was named first team for pitcher and designated hitter. Hayden Moore was named to

All-Conference Softball Team

Congratulations to Coach Acors and the Hanover softball team for having eight players named to the 2016 All-Conference 20 Softball Team. Four players made the first team: Mackenzie Wyatt, Kaylyn Shepherd, Lauren Hughes and Erin Acors. Making the second team were Savannah Thorne and Erin Watkins. Emma Casey and Cameron Murray were selected for honorable

Boys Soccer All-Conference Team

Congratulations to the boys soccer team for having thirteen players named to the All-Conference 20 Boys Soccer Team. The Hawks had three players named to the first team: Alex LePeter, Daniel Row, and David Dustin. Six other Hawks were named to the second team: Ian Glisson, Jeremy Davis, Austin Kyle, Connor Gilchrest, Ethan Gooch, and

All-Conference Girls Soccer Team

Congratulations to the girls soccer team for having eight players named to the All-Conference 20 Girls Soccer Team. Three players were named to the first team, Rachel Andrzejewski, Courtney Rosser, and Olivia Adams. Lauren Didlake, Emma Williams, Sabrina Hernandez and Kristen Yeager were named to the second team. Mackenzie Hoang received honorable mention for goalie. First

All-Conference Lacrosse Team

Congratulations to the Hanover Lacrosse Team for having 13 players receive all-conference honors. Also, Trevor Cook was named the conference player of the year. 8 players were named to the first team. 4 players were named to the second team and 2 players received honorable mention. The names are as follows: All Conference 20 First

Boys Lacrosse Wins Conference Championship

On Monday, May 22, the Hanover Boys Lacrosse Team won the Conference 20 Championship. The team defeated the Midlothian Trojans, the same team that beat the Hawks in last year’s championship game. Though trailing at the half, the Hawks stormed back to win 15-10. Colin DiSesa and Jacob Wright led the team in scoring with

Hanover High School Varsity Softball falls to Dinwiddie 7-6

Wednesday, May 25, 2016 6:00 PM Hanover High School AWAY 6 Dinwiddie HOME 7 Game Recap Wyatt 7. Johnson 7 W: Johnson L: Wyatt Highlights: HAN — Mackenzie Wyatt 2 for 4, 2B; Erin Acors 2 for 2, 3 RBIs; Kaylyn Shepherd 1 for 2, RBI. DIN — Carley Slayden 1 for 3, RBI, 2B;

Hanover High School Boys Varsity Soccer beat Henrico High School 5-1

Wednesday, May 18, 2016 7:00 PM Henrico High School AWAY 1 Hanover High School HOME 5 Game Recap After being surprised on a counter attack where the Warriors of Henrico scored the first goal of the game, The Hawks took control of the game. Nate McIlwaine didn’t wait too long before scoring 2 goals followed

Conference 20 Track Meet Results

CONGRATULATIONS to an outstanding performance by both of our track teams.  The girls placed second in the conference and the boys finished third.  There were many outstanding performances throughout the meet. Congratulations to Jeremy Davis for being selected for the Conference Field Athlete of the Year.  Jeremy Davis was the conference champ in the Triple