Culpeper Times • Feb 15-21, 2018
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High school spring sports tryout schedules Culpeper County High School Baseball starts Wednesday Feb. 21 through Friday Feb. 23 at the baseball field 3:45- 6:30. Any question can contact Head Coach Brandon Mack @ firstname.lastname@example.org Softball starts Monday Feb. 19 1:30-3:30 then Tues through Friday the 23 from 3:45-5:30 on the softball field. Any questions can contact Head Coach Janice Gillespie@ email@example.com Boys Soccer starts on Monday Feb. 19 from 10am-12, Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:45-5:45 on the practice fields behind CMS. Any questions can contact Head Coach Stephen Kirsh@ firstname.lastname@example.org Girls Soccer starts Monday Feb. 19 until Friday Feb. 23 from 3:30-6 on the practice field next to the softball field. Any questions can contact Head Coach Erick Kalenga@ Erick.email@example.com Boys Lacrosse starts Monday Feb. 19 and Tuesday at Floyd T. Binns field from 3-5 and Wednesday at FTB from 3:45-5:45. Any questions can contact Head Coach Scott Found @firstname.lastname@example.org Girls Lacrosse starts Wednesday Feb. 21 through Friday Feb. 23 on the practice field next to the softball field from 3:30-5:30. Any questions can contact Head Coach Claire Gianelle @ email@example.com Girls and Boys Track starts on Monday Feb 26 at the track from 3:30- 5. Any questions can Contact Head Coach Mark Dennis @ firstname.lastname@example.org and Elizabeth Ouellette @ email@example.com
Girls Tennis starts on Wednesday Feb. 21 through Friday Feb. 23 from 3:30-5 on the tennis courts. Any questions can contact Head Coach Katie McWilliams @ firstname.lastname@example.org Boys Tennis starts on Wednesday Feb. 21 through Friday 23 from 3:30-5 on the tennis courts. Any questions can contact Head Coach Ryan Scott @ email@example.com
➤ Silence, from Page 15
from New Jersey, not to applaud for even the most minute positive issue was the most obvious take-away of the SOTU speech. Booker, who considers himself a front runner for the 2020 Democrat presidential candidate, never moved or changed his angry expression. Even Nancy Pelosi and Dick Durbin weakly applauded once or twice. Unfortunately, the main stream media will never cover any of these bumpkins’ actions during the SOTU, and the Democrats will continue to attack President Trump ad infinitum despite them allowing America to witness their staunch inability to cooperate in any manner with President Trump. It seems the Democrats in Congress have once again demonstrated their total lack of fitness to offer America anything other than disdain for our great nation.
their audiences through omission. This infantile behavior didn’t escape the attention of President Trump as he was giving his speech. He made sure they knew as he talked about the near-elimination of the Islamic State existence. He purposely motioned to the other side of the chamber, most of them mostly sitting on their hands as if in despair. His action was not meant for them specifically but to point out the all inclusive clump of disingenuous representatives on his right for millions of American viewers to witness. If it weren’t for the informative speech from President Trump including immigration, terrorism and the economy, the decision of majority Democrats, including Corey Booker (D)
Eastern View High School The following is an overview of when the respective EVHS JV and Varsity teams will have tryouts. The schedules vary due to the fact that February 19th is a parent/ teacher conference day (3:00 to 7:00pm) and the 20th is a professional development day for teachers. Each program’s point of contact is also listed if you have specific questions for the coaching staff. All perspective spring athletes must have updated VHSL physical form on file with EVHS and completed the signature page of the CCPS Student Athlete Code of Conduct before any off-season conditioning or tryout participation. REQUIRED MEETING - Once the rosters are established for each team, parents are required to attend information session on February 27 starting at 6:30 in EVHS auditorium. SPORTS FEES COLLECTION - The mandatory sports fee will be collected starting on February 27 from noon to 7 p.m. Boys Soccer - JV and Varsity for athletes in grades 8-12 will begin tryouts on February 20th starting at 3:30. Coach Lawyer Johnson can be reached at ljohnson@ccp-
sweb.org. Girls Soccer - Grades 9-12 -JV and Varsity will begin tryouts on February 19 starting at 3:45. Eighth graders will join the tryouts on February 21 at 3:45. Coach Mike Garrett can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org Girls Lacrosse - Tryouts for 11th and 12th graders will begin on February 19t at 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Athletes in 10th grade will begin on Tuesday, the 20th at 3:30. All new players and 8th graders will begin tryout process on Wednesday, February 21 starting at 3:30. Coach Liz Schumacher can be contacted at email@example.com Boys Lacrosse - Grades 9-12-Tryouts for boys JV and Varsity lacrosse will begin on February 20 starting at 3:30. Students in 8th grade will start tryout process on Wednesday starting at 3:45. All athletes need to contact Coach Speelman before tryouts to pick up playing equipment. Coach Steve Speelman can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Boys and Girls track - Tryouts for the track program will begin on February 20 starting at 3:30pm. Coach Raymond Gee can be contacted at email@example.com. Baseball - Tryouts for JV and Varsity baseball will begin on February 19 starting at 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tryouts will continue on the 20th starting at 3:00pm. Coach Danny Nobbs can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org Softball - Tryouts for JV and Varsity softball will begin on Tuesday February 20 starting at 3:45
on the softball field. Coach Lonnie Myers can be reached at email@example.com Boys Tennis - Tryouts for boys tennis will begin on February 20 starting at 1 p.m. Coach Preston Will can be reached at Preston@ culpepersport.com. Girls Tennis - Tryouts for girls tennis will begin on February 20 at 11:30 p.m. Dena Smith can be reached at mckinleygabe@yahoo. com.
Culpeper County Parks and Rec programs
Culpeper County Parks and Rec has a few great programs to help chase away those winter blues. What better way to get rid of the winter blues than to come up with a story about being somewhere else? We also have fun fitness classes to help keep your New Year’s resolutions – come try Zumba or Hot Hula (as in grass skirts – not hula hoops). You’ll have a fun time and not realize you’re getting a workout, open to ages 13 & up. Also, our new Class Transform – it combines the best of yoga and sports training. For the younger kids, give our Little Tigers of Karate program a try, open to ages 6-11yrs. For the active adults out there, Tai Chi is a relaxing way to stay in shape, practice your balance, and meet new friends. Looking for something more “artsy” – we have a one day Landscape Painting class, separate times for kids and adults.
Community Cup standings Sponsored by Virginia Community Bank
WINTER 2017-2018 Girls Basketball (Game 1) Girls Basketball (Game 2) Boys Basketball (Game 1) Boys Basketball (Game 2) Wrestling (Match 1) Wrestling (Match 2) Girls Swimming Boys Swimming Field Hockey Boys Indoor Track Girls Indoor Track
CCHS 5 0 5 5 0 0 5 5 5 5 5
EVHS 0 5 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0
Fall total: Winter total:
The Community Cup is sponsored by Virginia Community Bank. The cup is presented to the school with the most points in Virginia High School League sanctioned events at the end of the year.