On Wednesday, July 12th, The Caroline County Agricultural Fair will host its annual Youth Talent Contest at 8 PM.
Youth of all ages are invited to perform in the show. Acts could include, but are not limited to, singing, skits, comedy, instrumentals, gymnastics, juggling, magic, dance, whatever their talent may be. A sound system is provided, but contestants will need to provide their own music.
My name is Elizabeth Dosado, and I am a female wrestler. I have wrestled since I was in eighth grade, and have fallen more and more in love with the sport as time has progressed. I learn from each tournament that I go to because I discover the level of competition I am up against, what I need to work on, and they help me to meet new and wonderful people.
This year, I have won the right to compete at a very large national tournament in Fargo, North Dakota.
My dream is to be able to wrestle in college, so it is ever so vital that I learn as much as I possibly can in high school. I have just completed my freshman year, and this will help me grow in the sport like no other experience before. The amount shown will cover my flight cost, food, hotel, wrestling gear, and entry fees for this trip. Thank you to everyone who considers donating to me, you’re funding the journey of my hopes of accomplishing my dreams.
Wrestling is the main passion and focus of my life, it has taught me a lot about myself and the world around me.
Congratulations to the Varsity Baseball team on their 8-3 conference play off victory over King George.
Matt Carter went 3 for 3 and pitch 5 strong innings. Zach Proctor closed out the victory for the Cavaliers. Billy Wojcik, Collin Knowles, Seth Shannon, “Big Tay” England and “Little Johnny” Chapman all collected hits, and Bryan Kovach and Tyler Sotzing cored runs.
Caroline will travel to Louisa to take on Eastern View for the semi-finals.