VHSL eyeing more classification changes

by Andy Hilton, recruit757 We’ve had two years under the new reclassification by the VHSL, and there’s been plenty of complaining about the new set up. There are now six classifications and six state championships in every sport, and plenty of people are happy about greater opportunities to win the state. Many schools, especially those…

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Coach Lew Johnston on Stanford Coach David Shaw and evaluating your offense

Coach Lew Johnston has a blog of his own called “Coaching the little things” that you can check out. It’s a great resource for information, plus Lew is an expert in coaching the classic “Wing T” offense. Thanks to Lew for his contributions to recruit757.com and to the community! – AH by Lew Johnston, a special…

Historic Start Has People Talking About Churchland

Being undefeated four games into the season is a feat for any team. The feeling for Churcland High School is a little different. It has been over forty years since the likes of any coach has driven the Truckers to a 4-0 start. This record has been broken as third year Coach Alonzo Ricks has taken a team that is full of young raw talent, to the top of the standings. The Truckers have beaten two Bay Rivers teams in Warhill and York. In spite of also beating Nansemond River and Granby, the Truckers have a lot to prove still but are off to a start that not even the most hopeful of fans expected.

Powell Makes ACC Commitment

Big time 804 recruit and perennial top defensive lineman Tyler Powell verbally committed to the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Monday night. With the commitment, the Tar Heels get a powerful and amazingly agile defensive lineman capable of clogging up the middle as well as bringing outside pressure. Quick hands and feet make blocking this defensive lineman a nightmare for centers, offensive guards, and tackles.

804 Takes On 757 At HU 7 on 7

Three teams from the 804 battled this past weekend at Hampton University’s Battle by the Bay 7v7 Tournament. The Dinwiddie Generals, Hermitage Panthers, and John Marshall Justices battled teams from the 757, Roanoke, and Maryland in a 7 vs. 7 football tournament. All teams were required to play a five game regular season in order to determine seeding in the single elimination playoffs.