Athletics

Team Schedules and Information

  • Wrestling - Boys Varsity

    2018 - 2019
    Head Coach: Jack Effner

Schedule

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Home
Scrimmage

CHC Intra-Squad Challenge

Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - The Clarke Family Wrestling Room - G04
Home
Tournament
Invitational

Cape Henry Collegiate Invitational

Cape Henry Collegiate
2nd
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Away
Tournament
Invitational

All-VISAA Tournament

Cape Henry Collegiate
1st
Location: Norfolk Collegiate
Away
Tournament
Invitational

Norfolk Academy Invitational

Location: Norfolk Academy
Away
Tournament
Invitational

Norfolk Academy Invitational

Cape Henry Collegiate
4th
Location: Norfolk Academy
Away
Tournament
Invitational

Liberty Christian Invitational

Location: Liberty Christian Academy
Away
Tournament
Invitational

Liberty Christian Invitational

Cape Henry Collegiate
13th
Location: Liberty Christian Academy
Home
vs.
Norfolk Christian
Win 60-18
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - The Clarke Family Wrestling Room - G04
Away
Tournament
Invitational

Fred Diem Invitational

Location: Northampton High School
Away
Tournament
Invitational

Fred Diem Invitational

Cape Henry Collegiate
1st
Location: Northampton High School
Home
vs.
Norfolk Academy
Win 48-27
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - The Clarke Family Wrestling Room - G04
Home
vs.
Greenbrier Christian Academy
Win 22-0
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - The Clarke Family Wrestling Room - G04
Away
Tournament
Invitational

Ram Rumble Invitational

Location: Lafayette High School
Away
Tournament
Invitational

Ram Rumble Invitational

Cape Henry Collegiate
15th
Location: Lafayette High School
Home

Senior Day

vs.
Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School
Win 58-24
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - The Clarke Family Wrestling Room - G04
Away
Tournament
Invitational

Ocean Lakes Invitational

Location: Ocean Lakes High School
Away
Tournament
Invitational

Ocean Lakes Invitational

Cape Henry Collegiate
23rd
Location: Ocean Lakes High School
Away
vs.
Peninsula Catholic High School
Win 54-21
Location: Peninsula Catholic
Away
Cancelled
vs.
Norfolk Collegiate
Location: Norfolk Collegiate
Away
Tournament

TCIS Championships

Cape Henry Collegiate
1st
Location: Norfolk Collegiate
Home
Tournament

State Championships

Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Home
Tournament

State Championships

Cape Henry Collegiate
3rd
Location: Alfred T. Taylor Field House - Napolitano Family Gymnasium - G01
Away
Tournament

National Prep Championships

Location: Lehigh University
Away
Tournament

National Prep Championships

Location: Lehigh University

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List of 20 news stories.

  • Brendan Hawley competes as the lone Dolphin at Lehigh University

    Brendan Hawley participated in the National Prep Championships featuring the top wrestlers from all over the United States in each individual weight class. Brendan competed as the lone Dolphin athlete at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania over the weekend and returned home after a 0-2 record. While the results are not what Brendan hoped for, he gained valuable national competition experience as a freshman and the Dolphin community will surely send Hawley back to the National Prep Championships again in his career.
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  • CHC Athlete of the Week: Brendan Hawley

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  • Dolphins finish 3rd in VISAA State Wrestling Tournament

    Cape Henry Collegiate hosted the 2019 VISAA State Wrestling Tournament over the weekend, and after the two-day event came to a close, the Dolphins earned an impressive 3rd place finish. Cape Henry finished behind two large and perennially talented programs in St. Christopher’s (1st) and Benedictine (2nd). However, the Dolphins remained in the conversation of most talented programs in the state after earning 24 pins across the 56 Cape Henry matches throughout the event. The entire Dolphin roster wrestled the top competition around the state, and seven wrestlers from Cape Henry Collegiate earned a place on the podium as the tournament came to an end. Highlighting the outstanding Dolphin finish, Brendan Hawley reached the semifinals of the championship bracket before falling in the 3rd place matchup to his Peninsula Catholic counterpart. Brendan’s 4th place marked the highest Dolphin finish and earned Hawley a place in the National Prep competitions. Seniors Aedan Somers, Jackson Kassir, and Reed Truxell each wrapped up their Cape Henry Collegiate wrestling careers with 5th place finishes, while Colin Sharp wrestled his last match for the Dolphins to earn a 6th place finish. In Aiden Altamura’s first State Tournament as an 8th grader, Altamura brought home an 8th place finish. Colby Kassir wrapped up the Dolphin place winners, finishing the weekend in 5th place Rounding out the awards for Cape Henry Collegiate, Joe Harvich was voted by his peers as the Assistant Coach of the Year for his efforts with the Team Sportsmanship award-winning Dolphins. The Dolphins’ Brenda Hawley will compete in the National Prep Tournament at Lehigh University on Friday, February 22.
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  • CHC Athlete of the Week: Chris Parker

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  • Dolphin Wrestling wins TCIS

    The Dolphins traveled to Norfolk Collegiate for the TCIS Wrestling Championships and brought home the fourth-straight TCIS title with a 51.5 lead over the second place finisher. The Dolphins boasted 12 top-3 finishes at the end of Saturday’s competition. Parker Tanner-Vigil (285), Aedan Somers (145), and Chris Parker (120) each finished Saturday with 1st place finishes, as Somers and Parker finished 2-0 and Tanner-Vigil finished 1-0 after an opening round bye sent Parker straight to the finals. Tucker Bruner (170), Gianni Bezada-Schenone (170), Colby Kassir (180), Jackson Kassir (190), and Reed Truxell (220) each brought home the silver medal after each competitor finished the tournament with a 1-1 record. Parker Tiffany (106), Brendan Hawley (132), Sam Goshgarian (152), and Colin Sharp (160) battled back after first-round losses to bring Cape Henry four bronze finishes on Saturday night. On the way to the first place finishes, Tanner-Vigil earned the pin at the 1:02 mark in his lone match of the day. Aedan Somers cruised past his semifinal opponent with a pin in 32 seconds and repeated his performance with a pin at 2:20 in the finals. Chris Parker, in 8th grade, earned his first TCIS Championship with a pin at the 4:45 mark of his semifinal matchup before earning a remarkable, come-from-behind decision victory in the finals. The Dolphins are back in action Friday and Saturday, February 15 and 16 for the VISAA State Tournament hosted by Cape Henry Collegiate.
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  • Cape Henry clinches TCIS Regular Season title

    The Dolphins clinched the TCIS Regular Season title on Wednesday afternoon with a commanding win over Peninsula Catholic, defeating each TCIS program en route to an undefeated conference record. The Dolphins defeated the Knights behind nine forfeit victories on Wednesday, with only six Dolphin wrestlers hitting the mats for competition. While the six Dolphin competitors fell in matches, Cape Henry’s nine forfeit victories led to an insurmountable 54-point lead. Cape Henry also paired up with Greenbrier Christian on Wednesday, with Colin Sharp defeating his Gator counterpart in a 10-8 decision. The Dolphins will travel to Norfolk Collegiate for the TCIS Championship as the top-ranked program on February 9.
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  • Dolphins finish 23rd at Ocean Lakes Invitational

    The Dolphins traveled to Ocean Lakes for the Ocean Lakes Invitational featuring the top wrestling programs from Virginia and Maryland. The Dolphins placed 23rd in the tournament, with five of the Dolphin wrestlers accounting for the entire point total for Cape Henry on Friday and Saturday. Leading the charge, Colby Kassir made his way past the first round of the tournament and finished the day with eight points and a 2-2 record. Shane Ciolfi and Chris Parker picked up six points for Cape Henry as Ciolfi finished the weekend 2-2 and Parked finished 1-2. Brendan Hawley and Jackson Kassir rounded out the scoring for the Dolphins with four points apiece. Hawley and J. Kassir each finished the weekend with a 1-2 record. The Dolphins will travel to Peninsula Catholic on Wednesday for the final TCIS match before the postseason begins.
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  • Dolphins remain perfect in TCIS

    The Dolphins hosted the Crusaders from Bishop Sullivan on Wednesday night for the Dolphins’ senior day festivities. After honoring the nine dedicated seniors before the match, Cape Henry kicked off competition in the 170-weight class. Colby Kassir gave the Dolphins a quick six points as he pinned his opponent in just under a minute. Jackson Kassir (182) followed suit, pinning his opponent in 1:12 to give the Dolphins a quick 12-0 lead over the Crusaders. Leo Huang (195) entered the circle, receiving a forfeit victory to put the Dolphins ahead 18-0. The Crusaders brought the score to 18-6 with a pin of their own, before the Dolphins answered with another pin from senior Parker Tanner-Vigil (285). Aiden Altamura (106) received a forfeit victory just before Shane Ciolfi (113) earned the pin in 1:32. With the Dolphins leading 30-6, the Crusaders picked up six more points before Chris Parker (126), Brendan Hawley (132), and Tucker Bruner (138) earned back-to-back-to-back pins resulting in 18 points for Cape Henry. Aedan Somers picked up the final six points for the Dolphins with a Tech Fall over his opponent. The Dolphins remain perfect in the TCIS and are back in action this weekend for the Ocean Lakes Invitational.
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  • Dolphins earn four top-10 finishes at Ram Rumble

    The Dolphins traveled to Lafayette High School to compete in the Ram Rumble, and at the conclusion of the tournament, the Dolphins found themselves in 15th out of more than 50 teams. The Dolphins boasted a respectable four top-10 finishers, with Colin Sharp and Colby Kassir leading the charge. Colin kicked off his 5th place run with a quick pin, taking his opponent to the ground in 29 seconds before winning the next two matches by decision and forfeit, respectively. Colin faced stiff competition in the semifinals and picked up his first loss of the tournament. After falling again in the consolation semifinals, Colin found his way back in the 5th place match, pinning his opponent in 51 seconds. Colby Kassir also kicked off the tournament with a first-round pin, taking his counterpart to the ground in an impressive 30 seconds. Colby followed his first round pin with two more pins in 5:02 and 5:12, respectively. Colby dropped the next two contests and found himself in the 5th place match where Colby earned a 7-2 decision over his Western Branch opponent. Jackson Kassir came home with a 6th place finish after compiling a 5-3 record, earning four pins on the night. Aedan Somers rounded out the top-10 finishes with a 3-3 record over the weekend with two pins and a 12-0 major decision under his belt. Parker Tanner-Vigil impressed the tournament, earning the fastest fall award as he pinned his opponent in eight seconds. The Dolphins will host the Crusaders from Bishop Sullivan on Wednesday night for the Dolphins’ senior day festivities beginning at 5:30 pm.
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  • Dolphins earn third conference victory over GCA

    Cape Henry Collegiate (CHC) 22.0 Greenbrier Christian Academy (GCS) 0.0
    145: Aedan Somers over Charles Zimmerman (MD 14-4) 152: Stock Watson over (For.) 220: Reed Truxell over (For.) 285: Double Forfeit 106: Aiden Altamura over (For.) 
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  • Dolphins earn 2nd conference victory over Bulldogs

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  • Dolphins bring home 1st place in Fred Diem Invitational

    The Dolphins traveled to North Hampton for the Fred Diem Invitational on Friday and Saturday and returned with an overall 1st place finish behind 11 top-3 finishes. The Dolphins captured the overall victory with 100 total points, defeating the nearest team by 18 points. Brendan Hawley led the charge for Cape Henry, compiling a 9-0 record and a 1st place finish after an exhausting schedule across Friday and Saturday’s competition. Colby Kassir finished the weekend with a 7-0 record after recording six pins and a 5-2 decision to earn 1st place. Colin Sharp followed suit and earned 1st place with a 6-0 record with four pins. Parker Tanner-Vigil grabbed the fourth 1st place finish for the Dolphins after pinning each of his five opponents, including a pin in 30 seconds. Jackson Kassir, Nathan Ansell, and Aedan Somers each finished with a 2nd place finish after combining for a 14-3 record for Cape Henry. Rounding out the top-3 finishes, Chris Parker, Reed Truxell, Aiden Altamura, and Tucker Bruner each finished in 3rd. The Dolphins (1-0) will host Norfolk Academy on Wednesday night for an important conference matchup beginning at 5:30 pm
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  • CHC Athlete of the Week: Colby Kassir

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  • Dolphins earn first conference victory of the season

    Cape Henry took to the mats for the first conference matchup of the season against the Ambassadors from Norfolk Christian. After eight matches and six forfeits the Dolphins defeated Norfolk Christian, 60-18. Jack Simkins kicked off competition at the 126-weight class and gave the Dolphins the first win, defeating his NCS opponent by decision 13-7. A forfeit and a Norfolk Christian win followed before Aedan Somers put the Dolphins back on track with a pin at the 1:56 mark over his 145 lbs. opponent. Sam Goshgarian, wrestling in the 152-weight class, followed suit and pinned his opponent in just under 90 seconds to give the Dolphins a resounding lead. Colin Sharp was next on the mats and defeated his 160 lbs. opponent by major decision, winning 11-1. Colby and Jackson Kassir, followed by Reed Truxell and Parker Tanner-Vigil all picked up points by way of forfeit and extended the Cape Henry lead with three matches remaining on the night. Aiden Altamura impressed in his match, defeating his 106 lbs. counterpart by Tech Fall at the end of the first period with a commanding 24-8 victory. After Norfolk Christian picked up their final victory of the night, Chris Parker earned a win by forfeit to bring the night to an end with the Dolphins ahead 55-18. Cape Henry (1-0) will travel to North Hampton High School for the Fred Diem Invitational on Friday and Saturday beginning at 3:30 pm on Friday and 9:30 am on Saturday.
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  • Three of 17 Dolphins finish in top-10

    The Dolphins traveled to Lynchburg, Virginia for the Liberty Christian Invitational on Friday and Saturday. Three of the 17 Dolphin competitors finished in the top-10, after two days of intense battles ensued. Leading the charge, Colby Kassir picked up a 2nd place finish after receiving a bye in the first round. In his second match of the day, Colby won by pinning his opponent one minute into the second period. In the Quarterfinal matchup, Colby won in a major decision after defeating his opponent 18-7. Colby narrowed out his semifinal opponent, 6-5, in a hard-fought battle before he ultimately fell in the final matchup. Despite the Championship loss, Colby picked up the highest finish for the Dolphins on Saturday. Brendan Hawley finished the day in 5th place after six intense matches, finishing 4-2 on the day. Brendan’s two losses came to two of the state’s top wrestlers in their respective weight class. Rounding out the top-10 finishes, Jackson Kassir came home with a 6th place finish after a 3-3 day on the mats. All 17 athletes competed admirably against a robust lineup of wrestling programs in the Liberty Christian Invitational. The Dolphins will host the first conference match-up of the year, taking on Norfolk Christian on Wednesday beginning at 5:30 pm.
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  • CHC Athlete of the Week: Jackson Kassir

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  • Dolphins finish 4th at Norfolk Academy Classic

    The Dolphins took part in the Norfolk Academy Classic featuring 15 teams and spanning a total of 12 hours of wrestling. The Dolphins featured 21 competitors and finished in 4th place behind five top-3 finishes, scoring 166 points throughout the tournament. Jackson Kassir, wrestling in the 182-weight class, grabbed the only first-place finish for the Dolphins with a 3-0 performance throughout the weekend. Colby Kassir (170) and Aedan Somers (145) each took home 2nd place in their respective weight classes, with Kassir finishing 2-1 and Somers finishing 3-1. Aiden Altamura (106) and Colin Sharp (152) rounded out the top-3 finishes, bringing home 3rd place honors. The Dolphins will travel to Liberty Christian for the Liberty Christian Invitational on January 4 and 5, beginning at 4:00 pm on January 4.
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  • Dolphins earn 1st Place on Saturday

    Cape Henry traveled to Norfolk Collegiate for the All-VISAA Tournament on Saturday and returned with the top spot behind five first-place finishers. The Dolphins returned home with the 1st place honors after compiling 218 points and finishing 66 points ahead of the second place school. On the way to the 1st place finish, the Dolphins’ Colby Kassir (170 lbs), Jackson Kassir (182 lbs), Colin Sharp (152 lbs), Jack Simkins (126 lbs), and Aedan Somers (145 lbs) all finished 1st in their respective weight classes. Colby, Jackson, Jack, and Aedan all finished with a 2-0 record on the day, while Colin Sharp finished with a 3-0 record. Aiden Altamura (106 lbs), Tucker Bruner (138 lbs), Brendan Extrakate (285lbs), and Brendan Hawley (132 lbs) brought the Dolphins significant points as each finished 2nd in their respective weight class. Rounding out the top-3 finishes, Gianni Bezada-Schenone (160 lbs), Chris Parker (120 lbs), and Reed Truxell (220 lbs) each brought home 3rd place in their respective weight class. The Dolphins are back in action on Friday and Saturday for the Norfolk Academy Invitational beginning 5:00 pm Friday and resuming at 10:00 am on Saturday.
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  • CHC Athlete of the Week: Aedan Somers

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  • Dolphins finish 2nd in Cape Henry Invitational

    The Dolphins hosted the Cape Henry Invitational on Saturday featuring First Colonial, Indian River, North Hampton, Norfolk Christian, and Broadwater Academy. The Dolphins finished the tournament in second place behind ten top-three finishes, earning 147 points and trailing only First Colonial in the final results. Aedan Somers, wrestling in the 145 lbs weight class earned 1st with a 3-0 record, with Reed Truxell in the 220 lbs weight class and Parker Tanner-Vigil in the heavyweight weight class each earning 1st place with 2-0 records on the day. Brendan Hawley (132 lbs), Logan Tucker (145 lbs), and Colin Sharp (152 lbs) each took home a 2nd place finish with Sharp and Tucker finishing 2-1 and Hawley finishing 4-1. Rounding out the top-three finishes, Jack Simkins, Tucker Bruner, Gianni Bezada-Schenone, Colby Kassir, and Jackson Kassir all finished in 3rd place after an outstanding day of wrestling. The Dolphins are back in action December 8 for the All-VISAA tournament at Norfolk Collegiate beginning at 10:00 am.
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