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Inside the BRD: Hornsby Middle Football Team beats Grafton 13-12 in OT thriller for Bay Rivers title

Our son has been blessed to be part of youth football in the Williamsburg VA area for the past eight years. First as a Williamsburg Hornet and this past year at Hornsby Middle School.

The teams success is mostly due to the amazing coaching staff most of whom have  have been with the team for the entire eight year span. 

Although the local high schools get all the press coverage I wanted to share this recap from the end of the season championship game played last Saturday.

Hornsby Middle School’s game-tying touchdown and game-winning point after in the Bay Rivers District football championship game were nearly disasters. Instead they will be remembered by Hawks players as the great ending to a 13-12 overtime victory over Grafton Middle School on Saturday at Bailey Field in Yorktown.

With the Hawks trailing 12-6 in OT, Hunter Brittain collided with teammate Jack Erwin vying for quarterback Caden Darber’s pass near the back of the end zone. Brittain gathered in the ball before it hit the ground and before going out of the back of the end zone to tie the game at 12-12.

Hornsby Middle School’s game-tying touchdown and game-winning point after in the Bay Rivers District football championship game were nearly disasters. Instead they will be remembered by Hawks players as the great ending to a 13-12 overtime victory over Grafton Middle School on Saturday at Bailey Field in Yorktown.

Then Carter Weissenfluh, all 5-feet and 78 pounds of him, came on to kick the extra point, admitting “I was nervous.” But Weissenfluh kept his focus despite a “wiggly” hold and kicked the ball through the uprights to give the Hawks (8-0) the title.

“He’s clutch,” Hawks coach Scott Vinson said of Weissenfluh. “He missed one early in the game, but he’s made 13 this season.

“A lot of middle school teams don’t have kickers.”

Weissenfluh said, “The reason I was nervous, is because I knew it was such a big kick, but I knew I was going to make it.”

The ending was disappointing for the Clippers, who often outplayed the Hawks in building a 187-90 total offense advantage through regulation. The Clippers (6-2) lost the regular season meeting between the teams by three touchdowns, but controlled the action after a shaky beginning.

Darber, who’s zoned to play for Jamestown High, got the Hawks off to a spectacular start by running 54 yards on the first play from scrimmage. Two plays later he passed to a wide-open Erwin for a 23-yard touchdown and the Hawks led 6-0.

The Clippers, led by the rushing combination of Xavier Longoria and Jordan Ballowe, as well as the passing of Evan Cole, moved consistently every time they had the ball. Ballowe, a seventh-grader, made a terrific 25-yard run inside the Hawks 10, only to be stopped when Darber recovered his fumble.

“Caden Darber is the kind of kid you can build a around,” Vinson said of his QB and hard-hitting linebacker, who made tackle after tackle for the Hawks defense. “He’s a beast.

“And (linebacker) Trey Drummond, who’s all of 85 pounds, made a lot of tackles. He’s one of 15 players we have who are under 100 pounds.”

The Clippers had better luck on a drive early in the second half. Longoria had a 15-yard run and Cole (6 of 8 passing, 67 yards) threw for 14 yards to Ray Gonzalez (62 yards receiving).

That set up Longoria’s 1-yard touchdown run that tied the game at 6-6 late in the third quarter. But Marcos Piggott stopped Ballowe short on the two-point conversion run and the game would remain tied into overtime.

Longoria put Grafton on top 12-6 with a 1-yard TD run in overtime, following the block of big Chase Wilson into the end zone. Zach Pennycuff, one of the Hawks’ biggest players at 5-9, 148 pounds, came up big in stopping Longoria short of the goal line on the two-point conversion try.

“He came crashing down and penetrated through the line,” Pennycuff said. “I hit him, stopped him and we won.”

They did indeed, avoiding two near disasters when they got the ball in overtime. They celebrated, all 50 of them, by mobbing Weissenfluh after his clutch kick.

“We kept 50 kids and 10 coaches, none of them paid, which is probably the largest roster any middle school team has ever had,” Vinson said. “Many have played four or five years of little league, so we wanted them to have a place to play.

“They all got along, and among the 50 kids there were 200 A’s on their report cards at five classes apiece. These kids did what they were supposed to on the field and off.”

Youth Football Superbowl in Williamsburg

There are two football games to see this weekend if you live in Williamsburg. If you aren’t traveling to Richmond to see the Tribe battle it out against UR then make plans to come and see the Williamsburg Hornets battle it out at the 2009 PYFA Superbowl at Warhill Stadium.

Williamsburg HORNETs Two of our Hornet  teams  have earned a spot in today’s Peninsula Youth Football Association Super Bowl game. The Williamsburg Hornets Mighty Mites (10-1) will face the Poquoson Bulls (9-2) in the championship game at 11 a.m at James City County Stadium. The Green Midgets (11-0) will look to clinch their second straight championship when they take on the Tidewater T-Wolves in a battle of undefeated teams. That game will be played at 12:30 p.m. at James City County Stadium.

Come on out and cheer them on ! Continue reading

Tribe Football practices with the Williamsburg Hornets Youth Football

Varno(cl09rt)_8827How cool is this.  Our two sons play youth football with the Williamsburg Hornets. When we got to practice yesterday there were six players from the William and Mary Tribe Football team.

Through the course of the evening practice these starting players coached , participated in drills and ran plays with the team , as they demonstrated “high level” technique and proper form. W&M players also emphasized the important points of football and explained how practicing well will pay dividends in the future. The youth players also had the opportunity to ask Tribe players questions about their experiences playing football growing up and developing into Division I student-athletes.

We had over 200 kids  from ages 6-14 attending practice that day. Many of the youngest players enjoyed getting a chance to interact with the “giant players” who dwarfed them, while the older fourth- and fifth-year veteran players enjoyed trying to “school” the college players by testing them on pass routes and coverage.

What a thrill for the boys and what a great way to give back to the community. To give you an idea of how hot it was that day. We couldn’t even practice on the field at first since the heat index was over 102 degrees. That didn’t seem to phase any of the Tribe players has they showed the boys what to do.

Tracy(cl09rt)_8731Thank you to the Tribe and the following players for making practice so special.

The six players included senior captains  who participated in our practice yesterday were: #16, R.J. Archer, Quarterback   #6 David Caldwell, Safety # 93 Sean  Lissemore, Defensive Tackle. #4 DJ  Mcaulay, Wide Receiver, #97  Adrian Tracy, Defensive End,  #98 Rob Varno , Tight End.

The Hornets participate in a few events at Zable Stadium, home of the Tribe, this fall. The Williamsburg Hornets Midgets squads (10 and 11-years old) will play against each other in an abbreviated halftime show exhibition game during the W&M contest against Central Connecticut State on Sept. 12. Additionally, when the Tribe is away at Northeastern on Oct. 10, all WYFCL Hornets teams will play regularly scheduled league games at Zable Stadium.

If you are interested in youth football in the Williamsburg, Va area come check out the Williamsburg Hornets. If you want to see them in action go to the William and Mary football  game September 12th at Zable Stadium as they play Central Connecticut State. Our Hornets will scrimmage during halftime as we did last year . Quite a thrill for these youngsters to play football in a college stadium during half-time.

The WYFCL fields seven teams that play in the Peninsula Youth Football League (PYFA), which is comprised of 16 leagues from West Point, Gloucester, Williamsburg, York County, Poquoson and Hampton.

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Wanna Bowl for Free all Summer ?

kids bowl free williamsburg virginiaFor those of you who have kids 15 years old and under or know of some who would be interested, the AMF Williamsburg VA Lanes is offering a summer program where kids 15 and under can play 2 games of bowling free every day from June 1st through August 31st before 5:00 PM.  You have to sign up via email and every Sunday morning, the bowling alley will send you free passes for those kids for that week.  For those parents that are interested in joining in on the bowling, they are offering a Family Fun Pass for $23.95 which covers 2 free games per day up to four adults throughout the summer (you only pay once).  Not a bad deal if you like to bowl. 

Select bowling centers and schools around the country are participating in the first ever “Kids Bowl Free” program. This program is designed by bowling centers to give back to the community and provide a safe, secure, and fun way for kids to spend time this summer.

With the economy the way it is, I thought I would pass along the info.

Click here for the Williamsburg VA Bowling pass sign up.

https://www.kidsbowlfree.com/center.php?alley_id=5341

Click here to explore Kids Bowl Free" program in other cities in the US: http://www.kidsbowlfree.com/

Summer Camp Opportunities in Williamsburg, VA / Hampton Roads and beyond

Its hard to choose between all of the camps available in the area if you want to send your child to summer camp in Williamsburg, VA or beyond. Our son will be attending Nature Camp this year for the first time in the Blue Ridge Mountains of VA. We have had glowing testimonials from many parent whose children have gone there. We’ll let you know what our son thinks when he returns this summer.

Below is just a sampling of upcoming camps:

Summer Camps—At the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. Open to rising fifth- through eighth-graders, offered by the Chesapeake Bay National Research Reserve at VIMS. Camps include: Bay Tech Aug. 3-7 for rising 5th-6th grades; CBI, Chesapeake Bay Investigators for rising 7th-8th grades July 6- 10; Chesapeake Bay Explorers for rising 7th-8th grades Aug. 10-14. Space is limited. 804 684-7878.

Peak Performance and Developmental Tennis Camp is a resident junior tennis camp for boys and girls ages 9-18. The camp is directed by Peter Daub, Head Men’s Tennis Coach at The College of William & Mary. PP&D was created to help junior tennis players recognize and utilize their mental abilities in tennis while working to become "Complete Thinkers" on the court as opposed to "Hitters". Info here: http://www.ppanddtenniscamp.com/

The College of William and Mary Saturday/Summer Enrichment Program for Gifted Learners- Williamsburg, VA is an academically challenging program with an emphasis on inquiry-based learning for students enrolled in Kindergarten through grade 9 (Fall, 2009). The program is not meant to supplant the regular school
curriculum; rather, it recognizes the importance of allowing able youngsters to explore additional specialized areas of science, mathematics, humanities, and arts. Course activities are compatible with the expected
achievement of talented students at specific grade and age levels.
For further information about the Saturday or Summer
programs, please contact the Center for Gifted Education, (757) 221-2458/FAX (757) 221-2184. Or : http://cfge.wm.edu/forms/SEP%20SUM%2009.pdf

Makemie Woods Camp and Conference Center Makemie Woods , Near Williamsburg, VA specializes in FUN!, while developing self-esteem and fostering growth in Christ. We offer a wide variety of options for youngsters who have finished the first grade, through Senior High.

  • Residential Christian Camp (Presbyterian/Methodist)
  • Bible study, swimming, canoeing, crafts plus specialty camps: music and drama, dulcimer making, sailing, high-ropes

Pilot Schooner Youth Adventures – Norfolk, VA
Phone: 757-627-7400 / 5 1/2 day voyages sailing the Chesapeake Bay aboard a USCG certified tall ship. 8 professional crew supervise a character development sail training program for teenagers. Depart and return to Norfolk, VA
Website: http://www.schoonervirginia.org

Experience the Bay!
Every summer, students participate in trips ranging from one to two weeks. These trips allow students to travel a tributary of the Bay by boat and canoe, and while fishing, they will explore the Bay’s many habitats and experience its culture. The two-week trips also include time at one of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s 4 residential island centers.

Summer Program on the River at Christchurch School – Urbanna , VA- Northern Neck
The location is the Rappahannock River, 10 nautical miles from the open waters of the Chesapeake Bay. The school’s ideal location and its own marine science boats provide students with a hands-on opportunity to learn about the Bay.

Chesapeake Bay Summer Experiences
The Living Classrooms Foundation offers summer programs that include on-board field experience, camping, and navigation and sampling techniques. Click on programs then summer programs for a schedule.

All Arts & Sciences Camp – Williamsburg – VA

At the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg we offer an exciting, quality instruction program in the arts and sciences. Campers experience life on a college campus, attend classes in selected areas of study, and participate daily in physical recreation. Students participate in activities that explore values and good citizenship. We offer a 1-week session from July 2, 2006 – July 7, 2006.

Williamsburg, Virginia, USA
   Phone: 336-334-5414
   Toll-Free: 866-334-2255

iD Tech Camps invites you to join us for our 4th season at our College of William & Mary location in Williamsburg, VA. iD Tech Camps is America’s #1 summer computer camp and one of a handful of elite summer camps in Virginia. Our summer kids camps and teen camps are designed for beginner to advanced learners. Our popular College of William and Mary summer day camps and overnight camps average 6 students per instructor for customized instruction delivered by highly trained adult-only staff.
We offer a variety of cutting edge summer camp courses for kids and teens. View the availability charts below for real-time course and date availability.

Fox Pointe FarmSummer Equestrian Camp Series includes weeklong overnight stays for girls 8-16: June 20-27, July 25 ,Aug. 1, Aug. 1-8. And co-ed day camps for ages 6-11, July 13-17 and Aug. 17-21. 804-932-8710. Williamsburg, VA

Girl Scout camps—Registration open for resident Camp Skimino for girls in grades 1-12. Includes swimming, boating, singing, arts & crafts. Financial assistance available. Weekly sessions through Aug. 24. www.gsccc.org  or 757 547-4405. Williamsburg, VA

Summer Dance Camps—For 4-9-year-olds featuring ballet, tap, jazz, crafts and more. June 22-26, June 29-July 3, July 6- 10, July 13-17, Aug. 3-7 and Aug. 10-14. Register at www.institutefordance.org. Williamsburg, VA

Summer Daze ’09 summer camp—At Walsingham Academy, Williamsburg, VA June 8-July 31 for children entering PreK through eighth grade. Catalog at www.walsingham.org  Direct questions to kdavenport@walsingham.org.

Summer Experience—At Hampton Roads Academy run June 8-July 31 for kindergartners through adults who live on the Peninsula. 884-9117 or kkenne@hra.org for more. Full listing of camps at www.hra.org .

Summer Football Camp—July 20-23, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Walsingham Academy, Williamsburg, VA. Open to boys 6-14. $60 fee. Register at http://walsingham.yourmembership.com/page=Summerfootball  or wbarnett@walsingham.org .

Young Shakespeare camps—The Virginia Shakespeare Festival will offer 3 one-week day camps July 13-17 for ages 9-11, July 20-24 ages 12-14 and July 27-31 ages 14-17 (14-year-olds may attend either week). $175 per camper. 221-2683

Old Dominion University Sea Camp, Norfolk (757) 683-4285
http://sci.odu.edu/oceanography/seacamp/index_2007.shtml

Sea Camp for ages 6-17 involves exploration and discovery of marine life in and around our local waters. Activities include daily trips to marshes and beaches, a trip to the eastern shore, collecting live specimens, and classroom activities. The week will end with a trip to the Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center, linking together what has been learned.

Sea camp for teenagers (ages 13-17) will give teens exposure to all areas of the marine and estuarine environment. The Teen Sea Camp will provide more in-depth involvement in field and laboratory activities, including fish dissections, kayak excursion, sampling on the Eastern Shore, and a boat outing on the new departmental research vessel, the R/V Fay Slover.

Science Museum of Virginia, Richmond, VA (800) 659-1727
Summer classes for students cover many science topics, some water-related.

Virginia Air & Space Center, Hampton, VA (800)296-0800, (757)727-0900, ext.780
One week day camps: Astronaut Adventure, Just Plane Fun (airplanes), Aliens are Awesome; all for ages 7-12.

Virginia 4-H Conference or Education Centers:

Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA

Virginia Living Museum, Newport News, VA (757) 595-1900
The Museum offers half-day and full-day week-long summer programs exploring nature and space for preschoolers and elementary school students. Each child is involved for one week in either a morning or afternoon session. Class size is limited to 10 – 12 children, so sign up today! http://www.thevlm.org/Summer-Childrens-Programs.aspx#field

Virginia Marine Science Museum. VA Beach, VA (757) 437-4949Day camps during school and summer breaks. http://www.vmsm.com/

Wallops Island Marine Science Consortium on Virginia’s eastern shore (757) 824-5636Residential week long camps for 13-18 year olds teach marine biology, ocean studies, experimental science, dolphin behavior, shark biology and more.

William & Mary Center for Gifted Education , Williamsburg, VA (757) 221-2362
Summer enrichment and Saturday programs for PreK-10 gifted/talented students.

New Horizons Governor’s School offers summer camp for students going in grades 5, 6, 7 or 8. [MORE]
NEW Children’s Theatre Workshop, August 10-14, 200, or call 565-0109 [MORE]

For 32 years, the Virginia Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts has sponsored a week long summer conservation camp for Virginia high school students (currently enrolled in grades 9-12) on the campus of Virginia Tech. The program brings together about 90 interested students for a week of learning about Virginia’s natural resources from conservation professionals and faculty from Virginia Tech. Most of the instruction is hands-on and outdoors.  Details here: http://www.vaswcd.org/youthcamp.htm
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The Virginia Department of Forestry offers the Holiday Lake Forestry Camp . This unique camping experience has introduced young Virginians to the challenges, special skills and knowledge needed for managing the forest resources we use and enjoy every day.  Get answers from our information sheet.

See the preview flyer for Holiday Lake Forestry Camp – 2009

Camp is held at the Holiday Lake 4-H Education Center located within the 20,000 acre Appomattox-Buckingham State Forest. This working forest provides a vast outdoor classroom for interactive learning.

Classes are taught in the woods by professional foresters, wildlife biologists, and conservation resource specialists. Camp: June 15-20, 2009

Nature calls! Richmond  VA’s Maymont’s wildly popular summer camps offer outdoor adventures, animal encounters, games, crafts and hands-on activities for young nature explorers. These camps fill up fast, so register early. More info here : http://www.maymont.org/NetCommunity/Page.aspx?pid=279

CAMP NAUTICUS- Norfolk VA

Imagine a day of hands-on science activities! Your child will learn that science is involved with everything around us, while performing way cool experiments and creating awesome make-and-takes. More info here: http://www.nauticus.org/summercamps.html

Camp Silver Beach- YMCA – Eastern Shore – VA

With loads of activities packed on 151 beautiful acres of forest, field and wetlands, and 1,200 feet of pristine Chesapeake Bay beachfront, we provide opportunities for campers to build confidence, learn sportsmanship, find potential, grow friendships and develop a healthy independence from family. Lessons about respect and honesty come packaged in water adventures, woodland walks, and campfire sing-a-longs. We maintain a 4-to-1 camper-to-staff ratio with counselors who are highly trained, positive, and enthusiastic role models.
While we don’t spend much time inside, we’re very proud of our structural facilities. Our covered outdoor pavilion, outdoor amphitheater, and lodges are perfect for skits, games and talent shows. Our dining hall boasts a panoramic view of the Chesapeake Bay with magnificent sunsets and is a great place for good conversations. More info here http://ymcashr.reachlocal.com/coupon/?scid=1079118&cid=331807&tc=09050603561401821&kw=1177712:120813&dynamic_proxy=1&primary_serv=ymcashr1.reachlocal.net&se_refer=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.google.com%252Fsearch%253Fq%253Dwilliamsburg%252Bva%252Bsummer%252Bcamps%2526hl%253Den%2526safe%253Doff%2526rlz%253D1T4TSHB_enUS211US212%2526start%253D10%2526sa%253DN

Nature Camp- Vesuvius VA– In the Blue Ridge Mountains . Once described as a place "where fingertips are taught to see," Nature Camp is an academic camp that emphasizes hands-on, field-based, experiential learning. Campers learn in a variety of settings, including classrooms both inside and out (although even these are non-traditional, such as a semi-circle of wooden benches under a tree canopy), and they can expect to take notes in most classes. But campers also spend much of their time out of doors investigating nature up close: behind the eyepieces of binoculars, knee-deep in a cold stream, running behind a butterfly net, and on hands and knees with eyes peeled on the ground. Nature Camp is surrounded on three sides by several thousand acres of National Forest land, which provides an extensive outdoor classroom of forested mountains and streams. More info here: http://www.naturecamp.net/index.html

 

Please feel free to comment and add any other camps that you are aware of !

Williamsburg/ James City County Youth Sports Programs

Colonial Capital Basketball Club (boys and
girls ages 9-16)
This year round AAU/YBOA basketball program offers
a fall/winter league and a summer league. For information:
565-0758 or www.eteamz.com/ccbcbball.

HR LAX (boys and girls ages 7-18)
Hampton Roads Lacrosse practices are held locally
with games held throughout the area. For information,
email Brian Erwin at blerwin@msn.com or visit
www.hrlax.com.
Neighborhood Basketball League (NBL)
(boys and girls ages 10-18)
A Williamsburg/JCC Community Action Agency (CAA)
program that provides a structured sports activity with
mentorship in developing self-esteem, self-discipline,
leadership and sportsmanship as well as offering
encouragement to excel academically. Season runs
March-June. For information, call CAA at 229-3316.
StageLights (girls and boys ages 6-13)

StageLights, Williamsburg’s theatre for children, introduces
youth to the techniques of acting, voice, dance and stagecraft
while increasing their appreciation of the Theatre.
For more information: 229-ACTS or stagelightstheatre.org

Team Flash Track and Field
(boys and girls ages 6-18)
Local track and field team offering running, throwing
and jumping events. Practices are held from mid-
March through mid-June. For information, contact
Ellen Womeldorf at 240-3713,
e-mail teamflashtrack@cox.net or visit www.teamflashtrack.com

Affiliated Organizations
Virginia Legacy Soccer Club
The club offers a year round youth development
program (ages 2-10), a premier travel team program
(ages 10-18) and the Premier Development Team
which plays in the professional league structure of
the United Soccer Leagues. For information, contact
admin@valegacysoccer.com or 253-1947 or visit
www.valegacysoccer.com

Williamsburg Aquatic Club (ages 6-18)
WAC is a year round program which gives swimmers
an opportunity to compete statewide and regionally.
For information, contact 229-8662.
Williamsburg Area Bicyclists
WAB has weekly bicycle trips offering four ride levels
(A, B, C and Casual). All ages and skill levels are
welcome to join or participate in any WAB activities.
For information, contact 229-4907, visit
www.wabonline.org or write:
Williamsburg Area Bicyclists
P.O. Box 2222
Williamsburg, VA 23187-2222

Williamsburg Lacrosse Club
(boys ages 12-19)
The club offers an opportunity for boys to compete
at the junior varsity and varsity levels (grades 7-12)
against state and nationally recognized teams while
adhering to Virginia High School League guidelines for
eligibility and participation. For information, contact
Mark Hofmeister at 564-8486 or Monty Hill, 565-2755
or visit www.williamsburgwarriorslax.com

Williamsburg Youth Baseball League, Inc.
(ages 5-17)
Local provider of T-ball, baseball and the Buddy
Ball Division. Buddy Ball is designed for children and
young adults, ages 5-20, with special needs who are
not able to participate in the established Cal Ripken/
Babe Ruth Leagues. Program operates in the spring,
summer and fall. Call 220-1530 for information.
Williamsburg Youth Football and
Cheerleading League (boys and girls ages 6-14)
Provides youth football and cheerleading. For information,
e-mail williamsburghornets@yahoo.com or visit
www.WilliamsburgHornets.com  or www.leaguelineup.com/wyfcl

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