Kellen Holtzman

Writer

Kellen Holtzman writes about community, high school and College of William and Mary sports for the Virginia Gazette.

Recent Articles

  • Diving into VPSU's Division 3

    Diving into VPSU's Division 3

    The Edgehill Eels' Virginia Peninsula Swim Union team features only one 3-year-old this summer, one that started the season clinging to a kickboard. Now, she is braving the full 25 yards by herself. These sort of accounts, rather than which division their team resides in, matter most to Edgehill...

  • Elite softball teams welcome challenge at NSA world series

    Elite softball teams welcome challenge at NSA world series

    Kiwanis and Quarterpath parks welcome teams from 10 states

  • Track community rallies around family of Warhill's Juan Spence

    Track community rallies around family of Warhill's Juan Spence

    Nearly two months ago, Warhill High student Juan Spence had to fight for his life after sustaining critical injuries from a crash that left him pinned underneath the car he was riding in as a passenger. Doctors then told his mother, Elizabeth Butler, that 95 percent of patients that undergo the...

  • An education in caring for animals

    An education in caring for animals

    The Williamsburg Botanical Gardens hosted an hour-long caring-for-animals program on Saturday at Freedom Park with a mission similar to the larger-scale Heritage Humane Society Animal Camp: educate children about the compassion, fun, safety, and responsibility that should coincide with owning pets....

  • Youth softball world series comes to Kiwanis, Quarterpath

    Youth softball world series comes to Kiwanis, Quarterpath

    Greater Williamsburg is set hosting one of the most significant youth softball tournaments to hit the area in recent years from July 17-21 when the National Softball Association Class A Eastern World Series descends on Kiwanis and Quarterpath Parks. More than 85 teams and 1,400 athletes from 10...

  • Williamsburg's Wynder shows no signs of letting up

    Williamsburg's Wynder shows no signs of letting up

    When 76-year-old Williamsburg resident Charles Wynder was featured by the Gazette last summer, the Hampton native said he would continue competing in the National Veterans Golden Age Games as long as he was able. Wynder kept his promise and took his commitment to staying active a step further this...