- Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 November 2009 18:04
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First the chicken, then the goose egg
A game hen from Food Lion, decapitated and hanging in apparent effigy at Washington and Lee: $6.99. Canceling practice because of a nor’easter from Wednesday until Monday’s game and failing to adequately prepare for Colonial Beach’s unique single wing offense: $3.49 for Rolaids for Coach Malcolm Lewis’ heartburn. The Eagles beating the Drifters 41-0 despite it all in the regular season finale: priceless.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 November 2009 19:00
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Her quest for competition has now extended beyond the basketball court and into the world of boxing. King George High School junior Timeah Brooks is not your ordinary, run of the mill athlete. After six months of training at Muhammad’s Boxing and Martial Arts Center in King George, Brooks will soon be able to showcase her boxing abilities in the boxing ring.
Always in her corner, whether it’s a high profile basketball district match-up or accompanying her to the gym, Brooks can always rely on her mother, Sharon, for moral support.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 November 2009 22:00
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Don't count the Drifters out. After a nightmarish 43-6 lost against Northern Neck league-leading Essex (4-0, 8-0) last week, the Drifters (4-4, 2-1) bounced back by defeating Northumberland, 26-6.
The Drifter offense ground out 319 offensive yards against the Indians’ 215 yards. Seven different Drifter runners touched the ball for 253 yards. Leading all rushers was Travis Cundiff who rushed for 128 yards on 15 carries, featuring one touchdown. On the season, Cundiff has carried the ball 100 times for 856 yards, including nine touchdowns.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 October 2009 14:28
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At 6’3” and 285 pounds of solid muscle, King George grad KC Camp is more than just another prototype offensive/defensive lineman. He has become, in two seasons at Blue Ridge School, the complete athletic package and one of the best iron-man football players in the Old Dominion Football Conference.
The former Battlefield All-District lineman has adjusted to the next level of football, both on the field and in the weight room. “The level of competition is a lot more competitive than what I experienced in the Battlefield District,” Camp said. “Every player that I’ve compete against was recruited to play football on both sides of the ball.”
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 October 2009 18:08
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There is no doubt fall has arrived. Xplosion’s evening practices are being completed in very cool temperatures. As the sun drops behind the trees, many of the King George players slip sweatpants over their shorts. The cool air doesn’t slow the process of tournament preparation. This is the kind of weather the team will face over the next seven weeks of competition.