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1996-97

Without a senior class the first year really made it difficult to compete on a varsity level. However, the efforts of those first Wolverine teams served to inspire and set the example for future teams. In the fall, the girls’ cross country team, led by Erin Swain, went 3-3 during the regular season and finished 3rd in the district and qualified for the regional meet. During the winter the boys’ swim team had the first regular season winning record of any Woodside team as they went 5-4 and finished 4th at the district meet. In the spring, led by MVP Tiffany Thomas, the girls’ track team finished with a 3-2 record.



 

1997-98

The boys’ swim team had a 7-1 record in the regular season and finished 3rd in the district, and for the second year in a row the girls’ swim team had a big day at districts and finished 2nd. During the spring the baseball team had an amazing season, going 18-5 and becoming the first Woodside team to win a district championship. They continued their amazing run the next week by winning the regional championships.
 

1998-99

For the third straight year the boys’ cross country team improved and for the first time qualified for the regional meet. The boys’ indoor track team won the district championship and finished 3rd in the region. Both the girls’ and boys’ swim teams continued their outstanding performances as each finished 3rd in the district meet. Led by MVP Tiffany Thomas, the girls basketball team had the team’s first winning record as they went 19-6, won the Ft. Eustis Holiday tournament and finished 2nd in the district. Led by Jason Detrick, who went on to play professionally, the boys basketball team continued their three year improvement going 14-9 and finished 4th in the district. The softball team had their first winning season in school history and finished 3rd in the district. The baseball team also continued to win, finishing 17-4 and winning the district and district tournament championships.

1999-2000

The girls’ cross country team got the year off to a good start by going 7-2 and finishing 3rd at the district meet. The boys’ indoor track team also had an outstanding season. finishing 6-2 and for the second year in a row 3rd in the region. Both swim teams had outstanding years; the boys were 6-2 and finished 3rd in the district and the girls were 7-1 and 2nd in the district. For the fourth straight year the boys’ basketball team improved. going 14-8 and finishing 3rd in the district. The girls, led by MVP Lanica Williams, had their best season ever going 23-4, winning the Ft. Eustis tournament for the second year in a row, winning their first district championship and finishing second in the regional tournament to become the first Wolverine team to qualify for a state tournament. After finishing third in the regular season, the baseball team had an outstanding district tournament and won the second straight championship. The girls’ soccer team had the best season in school history, going 9-3-1 and finishing 3rd in the district. The softball also continued to improve with a 17-7 record, finishing 2nd in the district and 2nd in the regional tournament. The girls’ tennis team had an outstanding year as well, going 6-3 to finish 4th in the district.
 

2000-01

After going 4-3 in the regular season, the boys’ swim team, led by Tim Mousetis, had an outstanding district meet and finished 2nd, the best finish ever by the team. The boys’ basketball team had another outstanding year, going 15-8 and finishing 3rd in the district. The girls’ basketball team also had a tremendous season finishing 21-6 to end up 2nd in the district. The wrestling team had their first winning season in school history going 13-4 and finishing 2nd in the district. The baseball team completed their fourth straight winning season, ending with a 13-6 record,  for 2nd in the district.  The girls’ soccer team continued their winning ways, going 9-5; and the girls’ track team had their best record ever, going 9-5.
 

2001 SOFTBALL TEAM WINS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

 That was the headline at the end of the season. Coming off a regional 2nd place from the year before, expectations were certainly high for the 2001 team and they did not disappoint. After finishing 3rd in the regular season the girls played the next nine games about as well as possible. Led by the pitching of MVP Holly Miller, timely hitting and unbelievable defense, they swept the district, regional and state championship tournaments to earn the first State Championship in Woodside history. Guided by Coach Mike Tallon’s drive and determination, this outstanding group of talented athletes personified team play and unity.

2001-02

The field hockey team had their most outstanding season to date going 12-3-2 to finish 3rd in the district. The boys’ and girls’ swim teams continued to be a factor in the district as the boys went 7-4 and the girls 10-2. Senior MVP Rebecca Schofield led the girls to a 2nd place finish at the district meet. The boys’ basketball team finished the regular season in a very respectable 3rd place. However, they saved their best for the post season tournaments, winning both the district and regional championships and finishing the season 22-7. The girls’ basketball team also had an outstanding season, going 23-5 to finish 2nd in the district. Once again the wrestling team finished 2nd in the district and finished the season 16-7-1. The gymnastics team had their best season in the history of the school, going 4-2 and finishing the season in 2nd place.  The baseball team went 16-5 to finish 2nd and then put together an outstanding tournament to win their third tournament championship in four years. The boys’ soccer team completed their best season ever going 8-5-3. The girls’ soccer team went 8-3-3 to finish 4th; and the girls’ tennis team equaled their best season ever, going 6-3. The softball team followed their state championship year by going 20-3 to win both the regular season and district tournament championships.
 

2002-03

The boys’ cross country team started the year off with their best record ever, going 4-2. For the second year in a row the field hockey team had a fabulous season, going 12-4 and finishing third in the district. For the first time in school history the football team had a winning season, going 8-2 to tie for 2nd in the district. Over the past three seasons, through hard work and dedication by both the players and coaching staff, the football team had gone from 0-10 to 4-6 to 8-2, marking the Wolverines as a team to contend with in the Peninsula District. The boys’ indoor track team continued to excel, going 5-2 and the girls’ swim team also continued their winnings ways, going 7-2 and finishing 3rd in the district. For the second year in a row the girls’ basketball team finished 23-5 to end 2nd in the district. The wrestling team once again had an outstanding regular season, going 14-6 to finish 2nd; then they really put it together to win the district tournament championship. The boys’ track team had another winning season, going 9-4 and the girls’ soccer team went 11-5-1 to finish 5th in the district. Led by Mikki Rodriguez and Jen Nuzzo, the softball team had another championship season, going 19-2 to win both the regular season and tournament championships.
 

2003-04

The football team (6-4), the boys’ cross country team (3-2), and the field hockey team (9-8-1) all had winning seasons and got the Wolverines off to a good start for the year. Not only did the girls’ basketball team have another outstanding season, finishing 2nd in the district with a 17-8 record, but the boys’ indoor track team (6-3) and the girls’ swim team (5-4) also continued the winning seasons during the winter. But the headline that winter was:
 

2003-04 BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM WINS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

As with most championship teams it was a combination of good coaching, hard work and talented athletes that yielded Woodside’s second state championship in school history. Coach John Richardson’s ability to blend and push so many talented and diverse personalities was the “secret” to the championship season. Led by Calvin Baker, Willie Bell, and Stefan Welsh, the Wolverines went 29-3 and were undefeated in the district, the regular season district champions and won both the regional and state tournaments.  

That spring the boys’ (7-6-1) and girls’ (11-3-1) soccer teams continued their winning ways and the softball team went 17-5 to win its third straight district championship.

2004-05

Big time football news! For the second time in three years the football team went 8-2 and finished 2nd in the district. But, unlike before, this time they made the playoffs. Over the past three seasons the Wolverines had compiled a record of 22-9 and continued to become a force in the highly competitive Peninsula District. This was the first year of volleyball in the district and the girls got off to a fantastic start with a 13-5 record to finish second. The girls’ swim team had another outstanding season, going 5-2 and taking 4th at districts. The girls’ basketball team also finished 4th in the district. But again that winter the headline was:
 

2004-05 BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM WINS

BACK TO BACK STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 
Most knowledgeable sports people will tell you one of the toughest things to do is repeat as state champions in a high school sport. Every night the other team is doing its best to beat the State Champs ,but for public high schools in the state of Virginia, that was impossible. The only blemishes on the Wolverine’s 30-2 record were a loss in an out of state Christmas tournament and a loss to Oak Hill Academy, the number one private high school basketball team in America. Once again Coach Richardson’s team, led by Calvin Baker and Stephan Welsh, used unrelenting pressure defense and fast break basketball to win the district, regional, and state tournaments. Calvin Baker was named the Peninsula District, Eastern Region, and Virginia State player of the Year.  

That spring the boys’ track team went 8-4, the girls’ track team finished 9-3 and the girls’ soccer team had a great season going 10-7.

 

2005-06

The girls’ volleyball team got the Wolverine’s year off to a winning start, going 8-7 and placing 3rd in the district. Both the boys’ (5-0) and girls’ (3-2) indoor track teams did well as did boys’ (6-3) and girls’ (6-3) swimming.  The boys’ basketball team, minus their starting five and coach from the state championship team from the previous year, still managed a winning record going 12-11 to tie for 3rd in the district. The girls’ basketball team continued to win, going 18-6 and finishing 3rd in the district. The competition cheer squad had an outstanding routine to finish 2nd in the district. Both outdoor track teams had winning seasons with identical 7-6 records. 

2006-07

Once again the football team showed it was a team not to be taken lightly in the Peninsula District as they finished 3rd with a 7-3 record. The boys’ indoor track team had one of their best seasons, going 9-1 and finishing 2nd in the district. The girls’ indoor track team had their best season in school history as they were 3rd in the district, 8th in the region, and 9th in the state. The boys’ and girls’ swim teams had identical records, each going 6-3 and finishing 4th in the district. The boys’ basketball team had a great year, going 19-6 and finishing 3rd in the district and once again qualifying for regional play. As usual the girls’ basketball team had an outstanding year as they were 20-6 and  3rd in the district. The wrestling team had a good season, going 5-4 to place 4th in the district. The boys’ and girls’ outdoor track teams each finished with 7-1 records and the softball team got back to their winning ways going 13-7 to end up 4th in the district. The girls’ tennis team finished 6-3 to place 3rd
 

2007-08

The football team finished 5-5 and qualified for regional play. Once again the boys’ and girls’ indoor track teams had winning records as the boys went 8-2 and the girls were 7-3. For the third straight year, both the boys’ and girls’ swim teams had identical 6-3 records and both teams finished 4th in the district. The girls’ basketball team was 15-5 and finished 3rd in the district. The boys’ outdoor track team had their best season to date, going 17-2 and finishing 2nd in the district. The girls were equally as impressive, finishing with a 13-6 record. The baseball team got back on track finishing 11-10 for 5th in the district. The softball team had one of their best seasons,  going 21-4 to win the district championship. They were also region runners up and qualified for states, where, led by hitting star Kristie Hoeffer and pitcher Gabby Andino, they won their first round game.
 

2008-09

The golf team had their best season ever, finishing 4th in the district. The field hockey team had a great season, finishing 9-5-2 to place 4th in the district. For the second year in a row the football team qualified for the playoffs, finishing the regular season 6-4. The boys’ indoor track team won their second district championship in school history. It was truly a team effort as they scored in nearly every event. The girls’ swim team placed 4th in the district, finishing with a 6-3 record. The boys’ basketball team went 13-12 and the girls’ basketball team went 17-8 to place 3rd in the district.  For the seventh year in a row the boys’ track team continued to improve and for the first time in school history they won the outdoor track district championship. As can be expected it was a blend of talented athletes and hard work and was quite an accomplishment for Coach Derrel Johnson and his staff. The boys’ soccer team had the best record in their history going 9-4-1 to finish 5th in the district. The girls’ soccer team had an outstanding season as well, going 9-6-3 and won their first round game in the district tournament. The softball team finished 21-2 and for the second year in a row was the class of the Peninsula District as they won both the regular season and district tournament championships. The girls’ tennis team had another great year going 5-4 to take 5th in the district.
 

2009-10

This was an outstanding year for a number of Wolverine Seniors. Aaron Evans was voted Peninsula District Player of the Year in football, Terrell Joyce was voted Peninsula District Player of the Year in baseball and Gabby Andino was voted Peninsula District Player of the Year in softball. Woodside coaches voted Aaron Evans and Katie Pimblett Outstanding Senior Athletes for 2009-2010 and Vincent Jones was selected to the All-State game. The football team finished second in the Peninsula District with an 8-1 record and finished with an overall record of 11-2 record and was the Eastern Region Runner-up. Both the boys and girls volleyball teams finished third in the District and the field hockey and golf teams finished fourth in the District. Both swim teams had outstanding seasons as the boys went 7-2 to tie for second and the girls were 8-1 to finish second in the regular season and then won the Peninsula District Championship Meet. The girls basketball team finished third in the regular season going 14-4 in the District and qualified for regional play going 17-7 overall. The boys indoor track team had a number of outstanding individual efforts and won the District Championship Meet for the second year in a row. The boys outdoor track team continued their winning ways as the won the District Championship Meet for the second year in a row. The softball team had another outstanding season finishing 17-5 and qualifying for Regional play. The baseball team had their best record in eight years going 17-6 and finishing second in the District. The girls soccer team went 6-4-4 and qualified for the District Tournament and the boys tennis team went 5-4 for their first winning record in school history.

 

2010-11

Quoting the Daily Press headline, “Woodside athletic teams have 'real strong year' across the board” might be an understatement. We had the best athletic year in the history of the school. Not only a number of outstanding teams set school records but several individuals had great seasons. Majique Key won the District, Region, and State championships in the 55Meter Dash. Brett Mays was named to the first team All-State in baseball and Rachel Green was named Player of the Year in girl’s soccer. Starting in the fall both the boys and girls volleyball teams went undefeated in the Peninsula District to claim their first championships in school history and the boys also won the PD tournament. The golf team finished second in the District and qualified for the region for the first time in school history. The football team continued its winning ways finishing the regular season 8-2 and advancing to regional play for the fourth straight year. During the winter the girl’s basketball team won a school record 24 games to lead the way by winning both the PD regular season and tournament and advancing all the way to the State quarterfinals. The boy’s swim team tied for first in the regular season while the girl’s swim team went 8-2 and finished second. The boy’s basketball team finished the season 11-11. The baseball team also set a school record winning 20 games including 16 in a row in the district regular season and won both the regular season and district tournament championships. The girl’s soccer team had their best finish ever going 11-3-2 and placing second in the regular season and won the district tournament to advance to regional play. The boy’s soccer team went 11-6 for the best finish in school history and also advanced to regional play. And finally the boy’s tennis team went 6-3 for their best record ever. It was truly the best athletic year in the school’s history!

2011-12

The 2011-12 athletic seasons for Woodside picked right up where last year ended.  We had four Peninsula District Championship teams, won three Peninsula District Tournament Championships and one Eastern Region Championship.   We also had several individuals that had great seasons and four of them were named Peninsula District Players of the Year in their sport, the most ever for Woodside in one year (Donnell Lewis, football; Shane Horne, boys’ volleyball; Adrienne Motley, girls’ basketball and Sarah Watson, girls’ soccer).   The fall season set the trend early with three teams going undefeated in the regular season.  Football had its best regular season ever going 10 – 0 and ending Phoebus’ 52 game winning streak along the way.  Boys’ volleyball and girls’ volleyball went undefeated and each won their second consecutive district titles.   The girls’ basketball team continued the streak by also going undefeated in the regular season and winning the Eastern Region Title and advancing to the state playoffs.  Boys swimming finished the season with a record of 7 – 2 and finishing third in the district.  Girls’ swimming finished with a record of 6 – 3 and finished fourth in the district.  Spring saw the boys’ tennis doubles team of Jarrett Griffin and Delterrance Jackson finish second in the district and advance to regional play.  Woodside added 7 Championship banners to the gym wall this year bringing the total to 55.  Four Woodside teams went undefeated during the regular season.  All Woodside Varsity Athletic teams finished with a combined record of 158 Wins, 96 Losses and 4 ties. We won 61% of all of our games, and 12 out of the 17 varsity teams finished the season with a winning record.   Another great year for Woodside Athletics!!