Due to severe weather the game between the Hargrave Military Academy PG Tigers and the Virginia Tech Hokies was canceled on Friday. A make up date has not been scheduled and is unlikely.
Home is where the heart is, or at least that is what the Hargrave Military Academy Post Graduates believe. In their first and only home game of the season the PG Tigers handed in state rival Fork Union Military Academy a 35-21 loss on Friday to solidify the top spot among Prep Schools in the Country.
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For immediate release October 2, 2004 Tiger PG’s overcome penalties to top Lackawanna Hargrave improves to 6-0 with strong team effort Scranton, PA On an overcast and rainy day, the Hargrave Military Academy Post Graduate football team found a few rays of sunlight. Besides racking up over 300 yards in penalties from a group of ... Read more
For the second time in as many weeks the Post Graduates were on the receiving end of a forfeit. Christopher Newport University forfeited the game originally scheduled for Sunday September 26th resulting in the win for Hargrave. The Tigers will have an extra week to prepare for a very tough Lackawanna Jr. College team. The Post Graduates are scheduled to leave Chatham in route to Scranton, PA on Friday morning October 1st. Game time is 1:00 PM on Saturday October 2nd.
Methodist College has forfeited the game to the Hargrave Military Academy Post Graduate Football team. The win brings the Tigers record to 4-0 on the season. The PG's will take the week off and prepare for their September 26th game at Christopher Newport Universtiy. Kick off is scheduled for 2:30.
Hargrave PG football defeats 5th ranked Bridgewater College
By William Wiebking “A Unique Style of Leadership and Eduation” first appeared in the September/October 2004 edition of Swimming World. It is reprinted here with permission of the author. William Wiebking is the head USA Swimming Age Group coach for Hargrave Aquatics and Assitant Varsity swimming coach at Hargrave. Prep Schools are consistent, thoroughbred performers ... Read more
The Tigers played a tough match against a AA public school who is undefeated in their Lynchburg area conference. Singles winners were J.P. Bonilla and Louis Chevalier. In doubles, J.P. Bonilla and Bridget Borley teamed up for our only doubles win. The Tigers conclude the season Saturday, May 15th at 9:30 A.M. at home in the VIC conference playoffs against Miller School. The winner of our match plays the winner of Eastern Mennonite and North Cross at 1:30 P.M. later in the day. The Tigers go into the playoffs with a 5-1 Conference record.
The Tigers clinched the match after winning 5 of the 6 singles and then went on to sweep all 3 doubles. Singles winners were Peter Giordano, J.P. Bonilla, Charles Nelson, Chad Thomas, and Louis Chevalier. In doubles the winners were Giordano/Chevalier, Bonilla/Bridget Borley and Dustin Meeks/Alex Koeman. The Tigers next match is Thursday May 13, 2004 against Heritage in Lynchburg. The Tigers continue to prepare for the VIC Playoffs hosted at Hargrave on May 15, 2004 at 9:30 A.M. Hope to see you there.
The Tigers lost in a non-conference match to a strong VES team. The lone singles winner was Louis Chevalier. Charles Nelson and Chad Thomas each went the distance in 3 sets but lost. The Igers will be on the road Wednesday against Martinsville High School
The Tigers secured the #1 seed in the VIC South and homecourt advantage for the VIC playoffs (May 15th) by defeating North Cross on the road. Singles winners were J.P. Bonilla, Charles Nelson, & Chad Thomas. The doubles victory to clinch the match came from Charles Nelson and Chad Thomas. Peter Giordano & J.P. Bonilla fell in a close doubles match 8-5. Bridget Borley fell in a close singles match 8-6. The Tigers finish their VIC dual meet record at 5-1 and host non-conference opponent VES at home on Thursday, April 29th.
The Tigers came up with a BIG victory on the road to clinch a playoff spot in the VIC Tennis Playoffs. The score was tied 3-3 after singles with victories from Louis Chevalier, Charles Nelson and Chad Thomas. In doubles, Thomas and Nelson teamed up for a victory. The last players left on the court were J.P. Bonilla and Bridget Borley who came back from a deficit of 6-4 for huge win 8-6 to clinch the match for the team. Next match is on the road against North Cross on Wednesday.