The Hanover swim team finished
fourth in the Conference 19 championships.
Senior Sarah Browning
notched first place finishes in both
the 500m freestyle and the 200m Individual
Medley. Sophomore Garrett
Gauntt finished second in 100m back
while freshman Mattison Grant qualifyed
for states by placing fourth in the
200m freestyle. Also advancing to the
regional competition was the girls
200m freestyle relay team.
Indoor Track and Field
The girls took the first ever Conference
20 title, outdueling Midlothian
138-134. Senior Annie Sadler placed
first in the 1000 and second in the
1600. Sophomore Leila Haynesworth
won the long jump, placed second in
both the triple jump and 55 hurdles.
Senior Taylor McCormick earned a
first, second, and third place finish in
the high jump, long jump, and triple
jump, respectively. Senior pole vaulter
Sam Seymour cruised to a victory.
The girls 4×800 and the 4×400 relay
teams also placed first.
The boys’ finshed sixth in the Conference.
Senior Casey Cook finished
first in the 500, as did the boys 4×800
Hanover captured the Conference
20 title, ousting a solid Glen Allen
team. Individual champions included
freshman Grey Hart (106), sophomore
Tyler Flora (120), junior J.D Gregory
(126), junior Corbin Allen (152),
sophomore TJ Allen (182), and senior
Bishop Guempel (195). Also qualifying
for regionals were Reggie Mouton
(138), Daniel Gray (132), Jonathan
Glore (160), and Tanner Lacey (220).
Corbin Allen was named the tournament’s
most outstanding wrestler and
head coach Aaron Bradley was named
the Conference’s coach of the year.
In regional competition Hanover
placed second. Hart won a 7-4 decision
final, while Corbin Allen won
a 7-3 decision in his final. TJ Allen
pinned a defending AA state champion
in the 182 final. Flora and Guempel
were runner-up finishers.
Hanover placed second as a team
in the Conference 12 meet. Sophomore
Katelynne Gillis placed fifth allaround
and junior Ashleigh Bryant
placed fourth all-around. In the regional
competition the Hawks placed
seventh out of 18 teams.
In head coach Mike Rohr’s first season,
the Hawks went 5-15. Their season
came to an end in the first round
of the Conference 20 tournament
with a loss to Caroline High School.
The team was led by senior Captains
Sarah Belcher and April Lankford as
well as junior Captain Taylor Peay.
The boys’ basketball team clinched
a spot in the 4A South regional championships
by defeating Dinwiddie in
the Conference 20 semi-final. They
were slated to play Glen Allen for the
fifth time this season in the conference
final, which was completed after