Athletics

Team Schedules and Information

  • Basketball - Boys Varsity

    2018 - 2019
    Head Coach: Mark Hall

Schedule

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Home
Scrimmage
vs.
Smithfield High School
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Away
Scrimmage

Benefit Scrimmage

vs.
Landstown High School
Location: Landstown High School
Away
Scrimmage
vs.
Princess Anne High School
Location: Princess Anne High School
Away
Rescheduled
vs.
Williamsburg Christian Academy
Win 84-57
Location: Williamsburg Christian Academy
Away
vs.
Williamsburg Christian Academy
Win 84-57
Location: Williamsburg Christian Academy
Away
Tournament
Cancelled

Hoops and Dream Tournament

vs.
Bull City Prep Academy
Location: Churchland High School
Away
Tournament
Cancelled

Hoops and Dream Tournament

vs.
Life Christian Academy
Location: Churchland High School
Home
vs.
Surry High School
Win 54-53
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Away
Tournament

John Stone Tournament

vs.
Lancaster High School
Win 80-51
Location: Christchurch School
Away
Tournament
Cancelled

John Stone Tournament

vs.
Christchurch School
Location: Christchurch School
Home
vs.
Blue Ridge School
Loss 58-77
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Home
vs.
Australian Club Travel Team
Win 85-29
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Away
vs.
Benedictine High School
Win 65-40
Location: Benedictine High School
Away
Tournament

MABC Mid-Atlantic Basketball Classic

vs.
Rock Creek Christian Academy
Win 93-70
Location: Maret School
Away
vs.
Collegiate School (Richmond)
Win 54-40
Location: Collegiate School (Richmond)
Home

Homecoming Game

vs.
Green Run High School
Loss 48-61
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Home
vs.
Norfolk Collegiate
Win 92-77
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Home
vs.
Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School
Win 77-63
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Preston Scot Creech Fitness Center - G05
Away
Tournament

Virginia Preps Tournament

vs.
Churchland High School
Loss 51-58
Location: Green Run High School
Home
vs.
Hampton Roads Academy
Win 70-27
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Away
vs.
John Paul the Great
Loss 62-70
Location: John Paul the Great
Away
vs.
Walsingham Academy
Win 75-67
Location: Walsingham Academy
Home
vs.
Steward School
Win 64-51
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Away
Tournament

Hampton Roads Winter Classic Tournament

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Granby High School
Win 74-68
Location: Granby High School
Away
vs.
Greenbrier Christian Academy
Win 91-55
Location: Greenbrier Christian Academy
Away
vs.
Peninsula Catholic High School
Win 79-49
Location: Peninsula Catholic
Home
vs.
Flint Hill School
Win 68-64
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Away
vs.
Nansemond-Suffolk Academy
Win 62-51
Location: Nansemond-Suffolk Academy
Away
vs.
Norfolk Academy
Win 57-53
Location: Norfolk Academy
Home
vs.
Veritas Christian Academy
Win 78-53
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Home

Senior Day

vs.
Norfolk Christian
Win 74-55
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Home
Tournament

TCIS Tournament Quarter Final

vs.
Norfolk Collegiate
Win 76-69
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Away
Tournament

TCIS Tournament Semi-Final

vs.
Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School
Loss 60-61
Location: Hampton Roads Academy
Away
Tournament

TCIS Tournament Final

Location: Hampton Roads Academy
Home
Tournament

State Tournament 1st Round

vs.
St. John Paul the Great Catholic School
Win 60-56
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Away
Tournament

State Tournament Quarter Final

vs.
St. Stephens/St. Agnes
Loss 45-79
Location: St. Stephen's/St. Agnes School

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Team Statistics

Overall Statistics
W L T %
22 6 0 78.6
League Statistics
W L T %
11 0 0 100
Non-League Statistics
W L T %
11 6 0 64.7

List of 30 news stories.

  • Dolphins' season ended after quarterfinal loss to Saints

    #6 Cape Henry Collegiate traveled to #3 St. Stephens, St. Agnes for the quarterfinal matchup of the VISAA State Tournament on Wednesday night, and after a quick turnaround from Tuesday night’s win, the Dolphins struggled to lift the lid off the basket in a 79-45 loss to the Saints. The Dolphins hit the road after a come-from-behind victory the previous night, taking on a talented Saints program that finished the season 25-3. Cape Henry marched out to a 7-5 lead in the opening quarter, but the Saints answered with an 8-1 run to bring the score to 13-8 with three minutes remaining in the first. The Saints closed out the quarter leading Cape Henry 21-14 and raced out to a commanding 36-19 lead after the first five minutes of the second quarter. The Dolphins battled to find an offensive flow but the Saints’ intense pressure in the backcourt stymied Cape Henry’s rhythm, and as the teams broke for the half, the Saints led 40-26. The second half brought much of the same as Cape Henry wrestled with popping the lid off the basket, and after the third eight-minute frame was in the books, the Dolphins trailed 34-63. The Saints’ relentless pressure proved to be the difference maker in Wednesday’s quarterfinal matchup, and after 36 minutes of basketball, the Dolphins’ spectacular season came to an end with a 79-45 loss. After fouling out in his final game in a Cape Henry Collegiate jersey, star forward, Dajour Rucker, received an ovation from the entire SSSA gymnasium for his efforts on the floor. Dajour Rucker led the Dolphin offense with 19 points, bringing his career scoring total to an astonishing 1,946 points. Danny Banister and Christian Moore added eight points apiece, with Kellen Marshall pitching in five for the Dolphin offense. Greg Melvin (2), Eric Clark (2), and George Cutler (1) rounded out the offensive efforts for Cape Henry. The Dolphins are grateful for the tremendous effort and dedication to the Cape Henry Collegiate basketball program from seniors Kellen Marshall, Danny Banister, and Dajour Rucker. After competing in Spring Athletics, Dajour Rucker will showcase his basketball talents at Marshall University, and Danny Banister will head down the road to compete collegiately for Hampton University.
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  • Dolphins advance to TCIS semis

    Varsity Boys Basketball advanced to the TCIS semifinals with a 76-69 win over Norfolk Collegiate on Tuesday night behind 20-point performances from Dajour Rucker and Danny Banister. The Dolphins found the bottom of the net early and often in the first quarter of Tuesday night’s matchup with the Oaks as Cape Henry raced off to a 12-5 start. The Oaks cut into the lead in the closing minutes of the first quarter, but Cape Henry held onto a 15-9 lead as Banister and Rucker combined for 13 of the 15 first-quarter points. Danny and Dajour continued their offensive onslaught in the second quarter, as Danny knocked down three 3-pointers and added a mid-range jump shot for 11 in the second quarter alone. With Dajour adding six points in the paint, the Dolphins extended the lead to 13 and carried a 37-24 score into the half. Returning to the court for the second half, the Dolphins appeared to take their foot off the gas, and the Oaks made a run to cut into the 13-point deficit. With Norfolk Collegiate trailing by 9, 50-41, Cape Henry needed a turnover-free final quarter to advance to the conference semifinal. Norfolk Collegiate cut the lead to as little as seven points in the fourth quarter, but Dajour’s presence in the paint along with 14 of 19 made free throws from the team led Cape Henry to a second victory over the Oaks. Dajour Rucker led all scorers with 28 points, with Danny Banister adding 20 along the way. Christian Moore also hit double digits, scoring 11 points and picking up a handful of timely assists. George Cutler (5), CJ Bailey (5), Bryson Spell (3), Eric Clark (2), and Greg Melvin (2) each found score column in Tuesday night’s matchup. The Dolphins (21-4) will advance to the TCIS semifinal against Bishop Sullivan on Friday night beginning at 5:00 pm at Hampton Roads Academy.
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  • Dolphins advance to second round of VISAA State tournament

    The Dolphins hosted the first round of the VISAA State tournament on Tuesday night against St. John Paul the Great, and after trailing by as much as 10 points, the Dolphins stormed back behind a late fourth-quarter scoring run. In the opening quarter of the night, Cape Henry leaned on Dajour Rucker’s soft touch in the post as the senior standout grabbed a quick 10 points to give the Dolphins the 20-19 lead. The Wolves erased the one point lead and limited the Dolphins to 11 points in the second quarter to bring the halftime score to 31-39 in favor of St. John Paul the Great. The Wolves extended the lead in the third quarter, outscoring Cape Henry 13- 15 to bring the lead up to 10. The Dolphins were outscored 24-35 throughout the second and third quarters, but as the crowd grew for the fourth and final quarter, the Dolphins came alive. Cape Henry kicked off a 5-0 run to open the fourth quarter and cut the Wolves’ lead to six points with 4:57 left in regulation. After Cape Henry held St. John Paul the Great scoreless for the next three minutes, Dajour Rucker hit yet another clutch 3-pointer to tie the score, 54-54, with 2:12 left to play. St. John Paul the Great ate nearly a minute off the clock before attempting a shot on the ensuing possession and regained the lead to bring the score to 56-54 with just under a minute to play. Cape Henry marched up the court and captured the first lead since the opening frame as Christian Moore knocked down a deep 3-pointer with 49 seconds on the clock. As the Wolves frantically raced up the court, the Dolphins picked up a crucial stop on the defensive end of the floor and forced the Wolves to foul Dajour Rucker who pulled down the rebound on the missed attempt. Rucker converted two of two from the charity stripe, extending the lead to 59-56 with 18 seconds remaining. Cape Henry picked up a second straight stop and sent Rucker back to the line to seal the first-round win for Cape Henry. After knocking down one of two foul shots, the Dolphins completed the come-from-behind, 60-56 win in the opening round of the State tournament. Dajour Rucker carried the offensive scoring duties, netting 27 points in Tuesday’s victory. Christian Moore poured in a valuable 14 points, while George Cutler (9), Danny Banister (4), Bryson Spell (4), and Greg Melvin (2) rounded out the scoring efforts. Cape Henry (21-5) will travel to St. Stephens, St. Agnes for a 6:00 pm tipoff against the powerhouse state opponent.
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  • Dolphins fall in conference semifinal matchup with Crusaders

    The Dolphins traveled to Hampton Roads Academy for the TCIS semifinal matchup against the Crusaders from Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School on Friday night. The Dolphins never really found a rhythm in Friday’s contest with the Crusaders, as the Dolphins trailed by five early in the night. The Dolphins’ offensive struggles began from the opening possession, with the Crusaders locking down the passing lanes and keying on Dajour in the post. As the Dolphins searching for a consistent second scoring option on Friday night, the Crusaders sprinted out to a 32-27 lead as the teams broke for the half. The Dolphins hung around throughout the third quarter, but the offense appeared stagnant as Cape Henry trailed 41-45 heading into the final quarter of the night. Cape Henry battled to take the first lead of the night with 4:35 left in regulation, as Dajour Rucker hit a step back 3-pointer to put the Dolphins ahead by three. After four minutes of lead changes and tie scores, the Dolphins once again controlled the lead with 40 seconds left to play. With Cape Henry leading 58-57, the Crusaders marched down the court and used the vast majority of time remaining before knocking down the go-ahead bucket with seven seconds remaining. Cape Henry inbounded the ball and marched up the court with a chance to regain the lead. Trailing 58-59 with 3.2 seconds on the clock, Cape Henry's Dajour Rucker drew the foul and stepped up to the charity stripe with a chance to take the lead. Rucker confidently knocked down the first of two to tie the score before hitting nothing but net on the second to give Cape Henry a one-point lead, 60-59. The Crusaders rushed the ball up the court and with .1 on the clock, the whistled sounded for a foul on the Crusader’s desperation, last-second attempt. The Bishop Sullivan guard stepped up to the line and knocked down two of two to give the Crusaders a 61-60 lead. With just one-tenth of a second left on the clock, the Dolphins were unable to get a shot towards the basket, and the Crusaders advanced to the TCIS finals with a 61-60 win over the Dolphins. Bishop Sullivan went on to win the TCIS finals matchup against Norfolk Academy on Saturday. Dajour Rucker was the only Dolphin to reach double-digit scoring on Friday night, netting 27 in the matchup with Bishop Sullivan. Christian Moore (8), EJ Clark (7), Bryson Spell (7), Danny Banister (5), Greg Melvin (4), and CJ Bailey (2) rounded out the scoring efforts in the TCIS semifinal. The Dolphins fell to #6 in the VISAA State rankings with Friday’s loss, but will host the first round of the tournament against St. John Paul the Great on Tuesday night with tip-off set for 5:00 pm.
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  • Dolphins complete TCIS play undefeated with win over NCS

    The Dolphins completed conference play undefeated with a come-from-behind win against the Ambassadors from Norfolk Christian, as Dajour Rucker scored a season-high to erase the 10-point first-half deficit. Norfolk Christian came out firing on all cylinders Tuesday night, racing out to an early lead behind three straight 3-pointers to open the night’s action. The Dolphins chipped away to leave the deficit at 10 points, trailing 23-13 at the end of the first quarter. Cape Henry continued to cut into the lead throughout the second quarter and brought the score to 30-36 at the break. Christian Moore came alive in the second half with two massive 3-pointers to tie the contest at 36-36. The Dolphins earned a fresh start with the tie score, and the Dolphins were back to utilizing the size and strength of Dajour Rucker as the Dolphins captured the first lead of the night behind Rucker’s eight third-quarter points. As the fourth quarter was set to start with Cape Henry ahead 48-42, it was once again Rucker’s show. The Dolphins dumped the ball into the post over and over, and Dajour went to work, netting 11 fourth-quarter points to propel the Dolphins to a 75-55 win over Norfolk Christian. Dajour Rucker scored a season-high 34 points and dominated the glass en route to a double-double performance. Christian Moore’s shooting performance brought the Dolphins back into the game as he knocked down five 3-pointers, scoring 17 on the night. Kellen Marshall scored five important points in the second quarter to cut into the Ambassador’s lead and finished with eight points. Danny Banister (5), Erik Clark (4), Lane Carlson (3), and George Cutler (3) rounded out the Dolphin offense on Tuesday night. The Dolphins (20-4, 10-0) will host the first round of the TCIS Tournament on February 19 with the opponent to be determined once the conference regular season has concluded across the TCIS.
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  • Dolphins capture the TCIS top-spot

    The Dolphins solidified the top spot in the upcoming TCIS Tournament with a critical win against the Bulldogs from Norfolk Academy on Friday night, winning 57-53 in front of a standing room only crowd. School spirit was on full display on both sides of the court Friday night, as the conference rivals, Cape Henry and Norfolk Academy, squared off on Wesleyan Drive. The Dolphins held a one-point lead after the first eight minutes of play with the Dolphins holding Academy’s big man to three points. Academy flipped the page to regain the lead, but Dajour Rucker’s nine-point second quarter kept the Dolphin within one point. At the break, the score leaned in favor of the Bulldogs, 29-30. Christian Moore caught fire to begin the third quarter, rattling off 11 points--including three 3-pointers-- to propel the Dolphins ahead by 10. The Bulldogs made a run late in the third and brought the score within five, with the score showing 45-40 with eight minutes remaining in regulation. Midway through the fourth, Cape Henry led by one, 49-48, but the Dolphins’ Dajour Rucker and Greg Melvin combined for 10 of the 12 fourth-quarter points to give Cape Henry the ninth conference win, 57-53. Christian Moore and Dajour Rucker each scored a team-high 18 points, with Greg Melvin adding eight. Bryson Spell and Danny Banister rounded out the scoring efforts with seven and six points, respectively. The Dolphins (18-4, 9-0) hosted Veritas Christian Academy on Saturday night before preparing for Senior Day against Norfolk Christian on Tuesday night.
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  • Dolphins win over Veritas Christian Academy on Saturday night

    The Dolphins had a quick turnaround after defeating Norfolk Academy on Friday, as the Dolphin defeated Veritas Christian Academy, 78-53, on Saturday. The Dolphins were off to a quick lead and never looked back as the Dolphins jumped out to a 26-12 first-quarter lead. Veritas Christian Academy closed the gap in the second quarter, but the Dolphins scored 16 to head into halftime with an 11-point lead over the Spartans. Cape Henry extended the lead to 19 points in the third quarter behind a strong outing from Christian Moore and Danny Banister. The Dolphins leaned on Nick Hubbard’s nine-point scoring efforts throughout the final quarter as Cape Henry defeated Veritas Christian Academy. Christian Moore and Dajour Rucker each poured in 21 points, while Danny Banister reached double-digit scoring with 12 of his own. Greg Melvin (5), Erik Clark (5), and Lane Carlson (5) each found the bottom of the net to round out the Dolphin offense. Cape Henry (19-4) will host Norfolk Christian on Tuesday, February 12 for the boys’ Senior Night beginning at 7:00 pm.
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  • Dolphins advance to 8-0 in conference play

    The Dolphins needed a full eight minutes to find their legs in the conference matchup with the Saints from Nansemond Suffolk Academy on Tuesday night. Cape Henry opened the night on a 6-0 run before multiple turnovers from the Dolphins gave the Saints a 9-8 lead to close out the first quarter. With the second quarter underway, the Dolphins’ height and length allowed the boys to find a rhythm in the paint. Cape Henry moved the ball around the perimeter and found the holes in the post where Dajour Rucker and Greg Melvin quickly gave the Dolphins the lead, and the boys carried a 25-16 lead into the break. In the second half, the perimeter game took the backseat to post play as Danny Banister and Dajour Rucker exploited the holes in the Saints’ post defense. The Dolphins led 37-29 after three quarters, and the Dolphins needed to solidify the defensive end of the court to pull out the conference victory. The Saints brought the score within five points in the fourth quarter, but timely steals on the defensive end forced the Saints to foul late. George Cutler and Dajour combined to knock down 7 of 11 free throws to give the Dolphins a 62-51 win over NSA. Dajour Rucker led all scorers with 30 points and grabbed double-digit rebounds in the process. Danny Banister pitched in for 12 points, with Greg Melvin and Christian Moore each providing eight points for the Dolphins. Rounding out the scoring efforts, George Cutler hit four free throws late in the night for a total of four points. Cape Henry (17-4, 8-0) will take on Norfolk Academy in Norfolk on Friday, February 8 beginning at 7:00 pm.
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  • #8 Dolphins defeat #3 Flint Hill in VISAA match up

    The Dolphins hosted the Huskies from Flint Hill for a matchup with State Tournament implications on Saturday afternoon, and after trailing by as much as 15 points in the second half, the Dolphins battled back to win behind six 3-pointers in the final eight minutes. The Dolphins and Huskies battled throughout the opening eight minutes, with the Dolphins taking a one-point lead, 11-10, with an exuberant crowd in attendance. The momentum shifted dramatically, and the Dolphin crowd was silenced in the second quarter after Flint Hill’s big man found a rhythm. Cape Henry was limited to 11 points and trailed by 10, 22-32, at the break. The Dolphins returned to the floor with a new game plan for the second half, but the deficit reached the 15-point mark midway through the third quarter. A late third-quarter run propelled the Cape Henry back into the game, and the Dolphins reduced the Huskies' lead to seven to open the final quarter of the night. The boys dug deep to cut the deficit to two points with 4:51 on the clock. Christian Moore hit a clutch shot and his first 3-pointer of the night to give the Dolphins the first lead since the start of the second quarter. The Huskies quickly answered with a bucket of their own, but Christian Moore continued his hot streak at the right time and gave the Dolphins a 59-57 lead behind his second 3-pointer of the night with 3:03 left in the night. After nearly two minutes of back-and-forth play, Cape Henry trailing 63-62 before Bryson Spell found the ball at the top of the key. Spell's massive shot with seconds left in the night gave the Dolphins the final lead of the night as his critical 3-pointer put the Dolphins ahead 65-64. The boys held onto the lead for the final 19 seconds of the night and defeated #3 Flint Hill, 68-64. Greg Melvin led the Dolphins’ offense with 16 points, including two 3-pointers in the final quarter. Dajour Rucker and CJ Bailey each poured in 15 points on the night, with Bryson Spell adding 10. Christian Moore (9), and Danny Banister (3) rounded out the scoring efforts in Saturday’s contest. The Dolphins (16-4) will travel to Nansemond Suffolk for TCIS competition on Tuesday with tip-off set for 7:00 pm.
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  • CHC Athlete of the Week: Christian Moore

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  • Dolphins defeat Knights en route to 7th TCIS victory

    The Dolphins traveled to the Peninsula Catholic on Thursday night for a conference matchup with the Knights, and the Dolphins collected the 7th TCIS win behind 51 second-half points. Cape Henry converted 13 first-quarter points as the Dolphins stretched their legs from the long trip to the peninsula. The Dolphin defense came alive in the second quarter as the offense added 15 points to extend the lead to 28-19 in favor of Cape Henry at the half. The Dolphins hit full stride in the second half, exploding for 51 points in 16 minutes of play. 25 of the 51 came in the opening quarter of the second half, as the boys limited the Knights to 15 points. At the end of the night, the Dolphins commanded a 79-49 lead behind 26 fourth-quarter points. Dajour Rucker led all scorers with 26 points, netting 22 in the second half alone. Bryson Spell converted six 3-pointers, marking his season-high 18 points. Christian Moore also reached double-digit scoring, netting 10 points on the night. Rounding out the Dolphin offense, Danny Banister (7), Greg Melvin (7), Lane Carlson (5), Erik Clark (4), and George Cutler (2) each found the bottom of the net against the Knights. The Dolphins (15-4, 7-0) host an exciting VISAA matchup, with #8 Cape Henry squaring off against #3 Flint Hill beginning at 3:00 pm on Saturday, February 2.
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  • The Dolphins earn sixth conference win over Greenbrier Christian

    The Dolphins traveled to Chesapeake on Tuesday night for a matchup with the Gators from Greenbrier Christian, with the Dolphin offense erupting for 91 points throughout the 32-minute contest. The Dolphins used their size to kick-start the offense, dumping the ball into the post as Dajour scored 12 of Cape Henry’s 21 first-quarter points. The boys spread the offense in the second quarter, with Erik, Lane, Kellen, and Dajour each finding the bottom of the net to add 18 points. The Dolphins held onto a comfortable lead at the half and were geared up to put the game away in the second half. The Dolphins extended the lead in the third quarter behind Christian Moore’s 19-point performance, and as the final eight minutes came to a close, the Cape Henry defeated the Gators 91-55 for the boys’ sixth conference win. Christian Moore led all scorers with 19 points, all of which came in the third quarter of Tuesday’s matchup. Dajour inched closer to 2,000 points by adding 18, with Bryson Spell reaching double-digit points with 10. Kellen Marshall, Danny Banister, and George Cutler each netted seven, with Lane Carlson (6), Nick Hubbard (5), CJ Bailey (4), Landon Clay (3), Erik Clark (3), and Beau Gwaltney (2) each find the bottom of the net on Tuesday. Cape Henry (13-4) will travel to Peninsula Catholic on Thursday for the second conference matchup of the week.
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  • The Dolphins take down Granby on the road

    The Dolphins took part in the Hampton Roads Winter Classic Tournament on Saturday night, taking on #1 Granby High School. The Dolphins outscored Granby 74-68 en route to Varsity Basketball’s 13th win of the season. Dajour Rucker led all scorers with 24 points. CJ Bailey continued his double-digit scoring streak, scoring 14. Danny Banister also pitched in for 14 points, while Christian Moore rounded out the double-digit scorers with 12. The Dolphins will set their sights back on the TCIS for two conference matchups this week. Cape Henry will kick off the week with Greenbrier Christian on Tuesday before traveling to Peninsula Catholic on Thursday.
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  • Dolphins defeat Spartans behind 23-0 second quarter run

    The Dolphins remained perfect halfway through conference play on Thursday night against the Spartans from Steward School, holding onto the lead for the final 24 minutes en route to a 64-51 victory for Cape Henry. The Dolphins were off to a slower start as the Dolphins faced a 7-footer in the paint for the Spartans, and as a result, the score remained tied, 9-9, at the end of the first quarter. The Dolphins went on a dominating 23-0 run in the second quarter and limited the Spartans to seven points, with all of Steward’s points coming in the final minute of the second quarter. As the teams returned to the court for the second half with the score in favor of the Dolphins, 37-16, Cape Henry lifted the foot off the gas, and the Spartans brought the score within four points at the end of the third quarter. Cape Henry regrouped and returned in full force for the final eight minutes and defeated the Spartans 64-51 behind Christian Moore’s 21 points. Dajour Rucker added 16 points, while CJ Bailey poured in a season-high 14 and carried the Dolphins in the 23-0 run. Greg Melvin contributed nine with EJ Clark (2) and Lane Carlson (2) rounding out the scoring efforts. The Dolphins (12-4, 6-0) will travel to Granby High School for the Hampton Roads Winter Classic beginning at 8:00 pm tonight.
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  • Dolphins win in OT over Trojans

    The Dolphins held onto a perfect conference record on Tuesday night with the win over Walsingham Academy. The Dolphins needed extra time to take down the Trojans, winning in overtime 75-67.
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  • Dolphins fall in Dumfries

    The Dolphins traveled to Dumfries to take on Wolves from St. John Paul the Great and dropped the contest after falling behind by 14 points in the first quarter. Cape Henry was off to a sluggish start, scoring only eight points in the opening eight minutes. The Wolves buried basket after basket to take a 22-8 lead over the Dolphins as the first quarter came to a close. Cape Henry’s offense came alive in the second quarter as the Dolphins poured in 15 points. Unfortunately, the defense did not follow suit and the Wolves held on to the 14 lead with Cape Henry trailing 23-37 at the break. After much of the same in the third quarter, the Dolphins entered the final quarter trailing 40-53. Cape Henry made a push in the final minutes of the night, scoring 22 points in the fourth, but the efforts were too little too late as the Dolphins fell to St. John Paul the Great, 62-70. Dajour Rucker led the Dolphin offense with 29 points, while Christian Moore added 12. Danny Banister and Greg Melvin each added seven points, with EJ Clark (4) and CJ Bailey (3) rounding out the scoring efforts. Cape Henry (10-4) travel to Walsingham Academy and will resume conference play tonight beginning at 7:00 pm.
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  • The Dolphins earn second win over HRA

    The Dolphins hosted the Navigators from Hampton Roads Academy on Tuesday night for the second matchup of the season. The Dolphins found the bottom of the net early and often as each member of the roster received valuable game experience. Cape Henry was off to a 30-point lead behind an 18-point first quarter from Christian Moore, with the Dolphins leading 36-6 after the first eight minutes. With the rotation shifting to provide game time minutes to the entire roster in the second quarter, Cape Henry added 17 points to take a 53-12 lead at the break. As the Dolphins focused on the half court offense, Cape Henry scored 17 points in the second half to win 70-27 over the Navigators. Christian Moore led all scorers with 18 points, while Nick Hubbard pitched in for nine. Danny Banister and Dajour Rucker each added seven points, playing only the first quarter of the night. Rounding out the offense, Kellen Marshall (6), Landon Clay (6), Lane Carlson (5), Greg Melvin (4), C.J. Bailey (3), Bryson Spell (3), George Cutler (2) each found the bottom of the net. The Dolphins (10-3) are back in action Saturday as the boys travel to St. John Paul the Great for a 4:00 pm tip-off.
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  • Dolphins cruise past Bishop Sullivan for second conference win

    The Dolphins treated fans to an exciting conference win on Friday night behind an explosive offensive performance from Christian Moore and Dajour Rucker. The Dolphins we off to an early six-point lead after the first eight minutes, with Cape Henry edging out Bishop Sullivan 17-11 in the first. The difference remained nearly the same in the second quarter with the Dolphins carrying a 39-31 into the break. Returning to the hardwood for the second half, Cape Henry’s offense stole the show, scoring 24 third-quarter points to extend the lead to 12 over the Crusaders. The Dolphins held onto the lead for the final eight minutes as Catholic attempted to pick up the pressure, and the Dolphins went home with a 77-63 conference win. Christian Moore led all scorers with 27 points, while Dajour Rucker poured in 21. Danny Banister added 16 points, with Bryson Spell picking up nine. CJ Bailey (2), Kellen Marshall (2), and Greg Melvin (1) rounded out the scoring efforts on Friday night. The Dolphins (9-2) played Saturday against Churchland High School.
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  • Dolphins fall to the Truckers on Saturday

    The Dolphins could not keep the momentum from Friday’s win over Bishop Sullivan rolling, as the Cape Henry fell to the Truckers from Churchland High School on Saturday night. The Dolphins trailed early in the matchup and never regained the lead after the Truckers were up 18-10 over Cape Henry at the start of the second quarter. Churchland held the Dolphins to the same difference in the second quarter as Cape Henry trailed 21-29 at the half. Cape Henry closed the gap in the third quarter, but the Truckers held on to a 39-45 lead with eight minutes remaining in regulation. With the Dolphins forced to foul late in the night, Churchland sent the Dolphins home with a 51-58 loss on Saturday. Dajour Rucker led the Dolphin offense with 27 points and added 19 rebounds. Christian Moore contributed 11 points, while Greg Melvin (6), Danny Banister (4), and George Cutler (3) rounded out the offense for Cape Henry. The Dolphins (9-3) are back in action Tuesday for a conference matchup with the Navigators from Hampton roads Academy with tipoff set for 7:00 pm.
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  • Dolphins complete first conference win

    The Dolphins captured the first conference win of the season in an explosive offensive performance against the Oaks from Norfolk Collegiate on Tuesday night. Dajour Rucker kick-started the offense as he scored 10 points in the first quarter. The Oaks scrambled to find an answer for Rucker in the post throughout the first eight minutes of play and heading into the second quarter, Cape Henry carried a three-point lead. The boys caught fire in the second, scoring an unbelievable 29 points and extended the lead to 45-30 at the half. There was no slowing down for the Dolphin offense at the start of the second half, as Cape Henry poured in 20 more points. Closing out the final quarter of play, the Oaks were defeated 92-79, and Cape Henry advanced to 1-0 in conference play. Dajour Rucker led all scorers with 33 points, scoring double digits in two of the four quarters played. Christian Moore excelled in the second quarter, scoring 10 of his 22 points on the night. Danny Banister came off the bench to score 10 and provided an essential defensive presence. George Cutler (8), Bryson Spell (5), Greg Melvin (4), Kellen Marshall (2), CJ Bailey (2), and Erik Clark (2) rounded out the scoring efforts for the Dolphins. Cape Henry (8-2) will host the Crusaders from Bishop Sullivan in the second conference matchup of the season on Friday night at 7:00 pm.
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  • Dolphins fall to Green Run

    The Dolphins battled Green Run with the largest and most spirited crowd of the season in attendance for a matchup between Hampton Roads’ third and seventh-ranked teams. The Dolphins’ defense limited the Stallions to two points until two early fouls on Dajour Rucker changed the dynamic of the first quarter. With the Dolphins leading scorer on the bench due to foul troubles, Cape Henry scored a season-low 10 points in the first quarter. Green Run carried the momentum of a 1000-point scorer into the second quarter, as Cape Henry fell behind 17-32 at the break. Returning to the court for the second half, Cape Henry outscored the Stallions 19-16 to bring the score to 36- 48. The Dolphins, trailing by 12 points, ultimately fell 48-61 after the Dolphins were forced to foul to stop the clock late in regulation. Christian Moore led the Dolphins’ offense with 17 points while Dajour added 16 after sitting for six minutes in the first quarter. Rounding out the scoring efforts, Danny Banister (5), George Cutler (3), Greg Melvin (3), CJ Bailey (2), and Kellen Marshall (2) each found the bottom of the net on Friday night. Despite the loss, the Dolphins treated an exuberant crowd to an exciting brand of Basketball. Cape Henry (7-2) is back in action Tuesday night for a conference matchup with the Oaks from Norfolk Collegiate beginning at 7:00 pm.
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  • CHC Athlete of the Week: Dajour Rucker

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  • Cape Henry's offense firing on all cylinders

    The Dolphins played the first of two games during the Holiday Break, taking on Rock Creek Christian Academy. The Dolphins' offense was red hot as Dajour Rucker led all scorers with a season-high 34 points. Danny Banister also nabbed his season-high scoring efforts, pouring in 24. The Dolphins move to 6-1 with the win over Rock Creek. 
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  • Dolphins earn big win over Collegiate

    The Dolphins took on Collegiate of Richmond over the Holiday break and returned to CHC after picking up a 54-40 win. Dajour Rucker led the scoring with 20 points, and Christian Moore finished the night with 14. The Dolphins bring their record to 7-1 with the win over Collegiate.
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  • Dolphins defeat Cadets on the road

    The Varsity Boys Basketball game traveled to Benedictine on Thursday for a match-up against the perennial powerhouse Cadets and after 32 minutes of play, the Dolphins came out on top. The Dolphins were off to a hot start, scoring 18 points in the opening eight minutes. Dajour Rucker led the way with eight of 18 points scored. The Dolphins carried this momentum into the second half as the boys took a 34-19 lead into the locker room for halftime. Returning to the hardwood, Cape Henry kept the pedal to the floor and outscored the Cadets 31-21 in the final 16 minutes of regulation. Dajour Rucker picked up nine more points throughout the night to complete a 17-point scoring effort. Christian Moore and Kellen Marshall each put up 10 points, with Greg Melvin pitching in for seven. Rounding out the scoring efforts CJ Bailey (6), Bryson Spell (5), Erik Clark (4), George Cutler (4), and Danny Banister (2) all found the bottom of the net. Cape Henry ( 5-1) is back in action Saturday, December 22 for the MABC Mid-Atlantic Basketball Classic taking on Rock Creek Christian Academy beginning at 6:00 p.m
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  • Dolphins' offense explodes for 85 points

    The Dolphins welcomed the Australian Club Basketball team out of St. Luke’s Grammar School in Sydney Australian on Saturday night, with the Dolphins 11 of 13 Dolphins finding the bottom of the net. The Dolphins were off to a resounding lead after the first eight minutes of regulation were played as Cape Henry held a 25-9 lead. The Dolphins continued to showcase their offensive talents, adding 24 points en route to a 49-11 lead at the end of the second quarter. With both teams returning from halftime, Cape Henry’s offense was still clicking as the boys extended the lead to 72-20. Closing out the night, the Dolphins held onto an 85-29 victory. Christian Moore led all scorers with 14 points, with Dajour Rucker adding 12. Greg Melvin and Danny Banister broke double-digit points, as Melvin netted 11 and Banister contributed 10. Bryson Spell (9), Kellen Marshall (8), George Cutler (6), Lane Carlson (5), Beau Gwaltney (4), Nick Hubbard (4), and Landon Clay (2) rounded out the offense for Cape Henry. The Dolphins (4-1) will travel to Benedictine on Thursday night for a 7:00 pm tip-off.
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  • Dolphins fall to Blue Ridge High School

    The Dolphins hosted Blue Ridge High School on Tuesday night, falling 58-77 after an exceptional 3-point shooting showcase from the Barons. The Dolphins trailed early in the first half, giving up five 3-pointers and scoring only 11 points in the first eight minutes. Cape Henry gained some ground in the second quarter after trailing 11-23 in the first, closing the gap to narrow the Barons’ lead to three points after Christian Moore poured in 10 second-quarter points. However, returning to the floor for the second half, the Dolphins struggled to find any consistency on both ends of the court. With the third quarter coming to a close, the Dolphins trailed by 11, 44-55. As the Dolphins were forced to foul to stop the clock with regulation nearing an end, Blue Ridge knocked down 10 of 11 free-throws and handed the Dolphins their first loss of the season, 58-77. Dajour Rucker led the offense with 22 points while Christian Moore added 13, with 10 of 13 coming in the second quarter. Danny Banister netted seven with Bryson Spell (6), Greg Melvin (4), Kellen Marshall (4), and George Cutler (2) rounding out the Dolphins offense. The Dolphins (3-1) are back in action Saturday to host the Australian Club Team beginning at 5:00 pm.
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  • Dolphins earn win over Lancaster High School

    The Dolphins traveled to Christchurch on Friday night to take on Lancaster in the John Stone Tournament and returned with an 80-51 victory. The Dolphins spread the ball throughout the night with 10 players recording points in Friday’s match-up with Lancaster. The Dolphins held Lancaster to 15 points in the first quarter and 12 points in the second quarter while nearly doubling Lancaster’s score at the half. With the commanding lead after the first 16 minutes, the Dolphins did not lift the foot off the gas and continued to control all aspects of play. After the final 16 minutes were played, Cape Henry commanded an 80-51 victory over Lancaster, but the team was struck with more unfortunate luck as the second game in the tournament was canceled due to the playing surface. Dajour Rucker led all scorers, pouring in 21 points. Christian Moore and Danny Banister each netted 14 points, while George Cutler pitched in for eight points. Rounding out the Dolphins’ offense, CJ Bailey (6), Eric Clark (6), Greg Melvin (6), Kellen Marshall (2), and Lane Carlson (1) each found the bottom of the net. The Dolphins (3-0) will take of Blue Ridge High School on Tuesday with tip-off set for 7:00 pm.
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  • Dolphins hold on to win season opener

    The Dolphins played the home opener on Tuesday night, welcoming the Cougars from Surry County High School. The Dolphins were off to an early lead in the first quarter and narrowly held onto the lead at the final buzzer. Dajour Rucker led the first-quarter surge, scoring 11 of his 17 points throughout the first eight minutes of play and propelled the Dolphins to a 21- 14 lead. The Cougars narrowed the gap in the second quarter, holding Cape Henry to nine points while netting 13 to bring the score to 30-27 in favor of the Dolphins at the half. Returning to the floor for the second half, the Dolphins struggled to retain possession of the ball with the high-pressure defense of Surry County. At the end of the third quarter, Cape Henry held onto the lead, 43-38. A tightly contested fourth quarter came down to the wire, as Cape Henry came up with a crucial stop with seconds left to hold on to win, 54-53. The Dolphins were led by Dajour Rucker’s 17 points, with Danny Banister adding 12 and Christian Moore netting nine. The Dolphins (2-0) are back in action Friday and Saturday for the John Stone Tournament at Christchurch with tip-off set for 7:30 pm on Friday night.
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  • Dolphins open regular season will win over Williamsburg Christian Academy

    Behind an explosive offensive performance in the regular season opener, the Dolphins defeated Williamsburg Christian Academy on Wednesday night. The Dolphins opened play with a 23-point first quarter performance, netting nine points from the 3-point arc in the first eight minutes and adding 14 points in the paint. The Dolphins closed out the first half by adding 14 points in the second quarter, giving Cape Henry 37 first-half points. The offense caught fire in the second half, netting an outstanding 49 points in 16 minutes of play. With the final buzzer sounding, Cape Henry defeated Williamsburg Christian Academy, 84-57. Dajour Rucker led all scorers with 26 points and added 10 rebounds throughout the night. Christian Moore poured in 20 points and picked up five assists, while Danny Banister contributed 14 points. Rounding out the scoring efforts, George Cutler (8), Bryson Spell (7), Greg Melvin (7), Kellen Marshall (2), and Landon Clay (2) all found the bottom of the net in the dominant performance. The Dolphins (1-0) will play Friday and Saturday in the Hoops and Dream Tournament at Churchland High School, taking on Bull City Prep Academy Friday at 5:30 pm and Carolina Basketball Academy on Saturday at 12:30 pm.
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