- Published on Wednesday, 20 March 2013 00:22
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Although the Drifters varsity girls’ softball team started the 2013 regular season off on a winning note, by defeating James Monroe 13-2, during a non-district game, they have struggled with getting in practice time due to weather issues. In addition, they had to play without key starters during the preseason due to girls’ basketball being stretched into the state championship playoffs. However, now that the team has settled
- Published on Tuesday, 12 March 2013 18:14
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Life in the Northern Neck District this season will be nothing short of a roller coaster ride filled with mind-blowing curves, fastballs, and base-clearing-doubles!
Last season, Essex won both the Northern Neck District baseball regular season and tournament crown. However, what a difference a year makes, especially when you consider the fact that the top four teams (Essex, Washington & Lee, Rappahannock and Northumberland) lost many of their top pitchers to
- Published on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 23:09
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Throughout the 2012-2013 season, the Colonial Beach High School girls’ varsity basketball team successfully played with the concept of teamwork; however, their fortunes changed in the Region A, Division 1 Championship quarterfinals, at the VCU Siegel Center, in Richmond, VA, as the Altavista Colonels defeated them, 56-36.
- Published on Wednesday, 13 February 2013 13:16
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Black & Gold pride is alive and well in Drifter-land. After a hard fought battle that took two seasons of program rebuilding, Drifter varsity boys’ head coach Jonathan Parker has finally begun harvest the spoils of a championship.
- Published on Wednesday, 09 January 2013 13:23
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The Journal is profiling CBHS athletes who have significant athletic contributions to their school. This week our focus is TT Carey and Dylan Farinet.
Friday, March 13, 2009, will forever cast a halo over the town by the river known as Colonial Beach. In that magical year, the Drifters boys’ varsity basketball team did the unthinkable. Utilizing a core of warriors led by