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Cosby High School Coed Varsity Wrestling finishes 2nd place

Saturday, December 3, 2016 9:00 AM Place 2 Points 0 Meet Recap Cosby Finished 2nd out of 10 teams Saturday at the Waynesboro “Little Giants” Duals. Team Scores: Cosby 66 Lancaster 15 Cosby 70 Turner Ashby 3 Cosby 69 Madison County 9 Cosby 55 Western Albemarle 15 Cave Spring 51 Cosby 30 Individual Scores: Cosby

Winter Preview – Wrestling

The Cosby Wrestling team has consistently been successful.  Coach Stefanko’s (Career record = 357 – 139 – 1) squads have won the Conference 3 Championship every year since its inception.  Before that, our teams won numerous Dominion District Championships (See the banners above the trophy cases in the Commons) As we enter the 11th season,

Winter Preview – Girls Basketball

The girls basketball team is coming off THREE straight 6A State Championships and two large cogs in the machine that made that possible are now playing Division 1 basketball.  It would be easy to assume that we would have a drop off in this upcoming year.  But you know what they say when you assume

Cosby Welcomes Swimming!!!

Chesterfield County high schools do not have swim teams – YET.  Like lacrosse was for years though, many schools have “club” teams.  Also like lacrosse, swim WILL become a county sport – maybe as soon as next year. I am proud to introduce this years team: Cosby TITANS swim club, lead by Coaches Matt Porter

Cosby High School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Douglas S. Freeman 85-84

Thursday, December 1, 2016 7:30 PM Cosby High School AWAY 85 Douglas S. Freeman HOME 84 Game Recap Wild opening game against DSF. A double overtime victory won on a free throw by Caden Najdawi. COSBY (1-0) Taylor 2, Sheeko 4, Cole 23, Wise 4, Cox 23, Sale 0, Najdawi 27, Blair 0, West 2.

Cosby Soccer Star Rises A Little Higher

Cosby’s 16 year old soccer standout has been honored once again.  Damani Osei, a current Sophomore, has been named to the CFU (Caribbean Football Union) All Star team.  Damani helped lead the Jamaican  National Team, the Reggae Boyz’, advance to the 2017 U-17 FIFA World Cup in India. Click to read more in the Richmond Times