Paying it Forward : Mary Munford ES Raises Money for TJHS Soccer Team

Mary Munford Elementary School staff, parents and community supporters helped raise $1800 to purchase needed equipment and New uniforms for Thomas Jefferson High School Soccer Team.
Jessica Hendricks, the PTA President- elect at Mary Munford ES and coordinator of the Munford Soccer League helped Coordinate the donation drive that resulted in Thomas Jefferson’s Soccer Team receiving new uniforms for both home and away Games, new soccer balls, new travel backpacks as well as other items.

“We can’t thank the Mary Munford community enough for this generous donation. When we reached out to the community with our Needs, we had no idea that the greatest efforts would come from those serving our youngest students.
Our players are thrilled to be able to play wearing new uniforms and to practice using new equipment” said Justin White,
Thomas Jefferson’s Student Athletic Director.

2nd Annual Tee Jay Football Fundraiser

We hope you will join us for our second annual football fundraiser on Thursday, March 27, 2014 Make your reservations early as seating is limited to the first 100 paid guest. Tickets are $50.00 if Pre-Paid by 3/20/14 and $60.00 at the door. Your price includes a sit-down dinner, silent and live auction with a […]

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TJ Snaps Two Streaks With Win Over JM

T.J. snaps two streaks with win over Marshall Vikings post first win over Justices, third win of year BY JIM SWING | Special correspondent | Updated 2 days ago On a misty, rain-soaked Saturday afternoon, the Thomas Jefferson football team found there was no better day to shine. Since 2004, the Vikings hadn’t produced more […]

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TJ snaps 41-game losing streak

Thomas Jefferson snapped its 41-game losing streak — the longest active skid in the state — by beating Colonial Heights 24-6 on Friday night. Its last prior win came Nov. 2, 2007, against J.R. Tucker, 21-6. “It’s the greatest feeling of my life,” senior lineman Chris Calloway said. In the fourth quarter, Maurice Watkins completed […]

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A new atmosphere for football at Thomas Jefferson

By: Eric Kolenich | Richmond Times-Dispatch Published: May 13, 2012 The drill starts with lifting the seven monster truck-sized tires on end and rolling them to the football field. Each one weighs between 100 and 125 pounds and is about 5 feet wide, give or take. Once the tires are flat on the ground, the […]

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New Coach brings new attitude to Thomas Jefferson

Zirkle Blakey III Editor Thomas Jefferson High School in Richmond is a unique school. Located the in city, the school has traditionally had a difficult time fielding a competitive football team. New coach Chad Hornik is set to change that. Like the school, Hornik is unique, having a different background than most football coaches. […]

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