Area Sports News
The Gloucester 12U All-Stars made it all the way to the championship game before falling to Palm Beach Gardens.
Gloucester finished the tournament with a 4-2 record.
The rowing event brings together junior competitors from the United States, Canada and Mexico.
The Mathews All-Stars, coached by Richard Stewart, earned a berth in the state tournament by going unbeaten in the District 15 tournament.
She is the all-time leader in the VHSL with 35 career doubles and is tied for fourth with 130 RBIs.
Lindsay played well, fielding all of his chances in the field and going 4-8 at the plate.
It will begin at noon Tuesday at the commission headquarters.
The tournament attracts the attention of college coaches and Major League Baseball scouts.
It is the highest honor a junior rower may attain.
Triple jumper Brandon Jones is turning to Gloucester Chiropractic and Massage Therapy Center, Hayes, believing their treatments will help him compete at a higher level.
Winning the district title earned Mathews a berth in the state tournament, which will be held in Pound, Big Stone Gap and Wise, with games starting on Friday, July 15.
She signed her commitment papers Sunday at Ebenezer Baptist Church, Cobbs Creek.