Lakeland lineman gets first college INT

Published 8:40 pm Thursday, October 7, 2010

Former Lakeland two-way lineman Justin Kee caught his first collegiate interception Saturday in Winston-Salem State’s 49-3 win over Johnson C. Smith in Charlotte.

Kee, a freshman defensive lineman for WSSU, made the interception and a 7-yard return in the fourth quarter of the rout. Kee, at 6-foot-2 and 320 pounds, has played in four games this season, getting two tackles and a pass deflection.

The Rams are 6-0 overall and 4-0 in the CIAA (Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association). Only two opponents, North Carolina A&T and North Carolina Central, have stayed within a one-possession margin of the Rams. WSSU hosts St. Augustine’s this Saturday.


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Freshman Ben Hunter (Lakeland) is leading the golf team at Newport News Apprentice School through its fall season.

Ben Hunter

With an even-par 70, Hunter won a one-round event by eight shots early in September at Engineers Country Club in Roslyn Harbor, N.Y.

Hunter placed eighth in a field of 63 golfers at the Hampden-Sydney Invitational two weeks ago. Hunter posted rounds of 80 and 72 at The Manor Golf Club in Farmville.

Hunter’s ranked No. 6 in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association. The Builders go to the USCAA National Championships Oct. 11-12 at State College, Pa.

Freshman Mackenzie Westfall (Nansemond-Suffolk) is the primary setter and averaging 26.1 assists per match for Union College (11-9) in Schenectady, N.Y.

Mackenzie Westfall

Westfall made 19 assists Tuesday in Union’s three-set win over Cazenovia. Westfall totaled 44 assists in a four-set Dutchwoman win as part of a 3-1 Union record in a tournament last weekend in New Jersey. Westfall also leads the team in aces and is averaging 5.3 digs a match.

Lynchburg senior Michelle Boucher (Nansemond-Suffolk) led the Lady Hornet volleyball squad with 11 kills in a five-set win over Washington and Lee and with nine kills in a sweep over Eastern Mennonite within the last week.

Boucher leads Lynchburg (10-7, 4-1 ODAC) averaging 7.6 kills per match.