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Drifters hope to improve on disappointing last year

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Johnson prepared for his time in spotlight

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Most of team will be forced to play offense, defense

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KG football reloads, eyes another big year

King George High School has returned for another season of action-packed varsity football.

With the ...

The rise of Shiloh Park: a recreational sports Mecca

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Area children love the 19th annual Turkey Trot race

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Prior to the 19th annual Dr. John Coker, Mary Washington Healthcare, YMCA, Thanksgiving Day Turkey 5K adult race, the younger/smaller runners ran along the corridors of Carl D. Silver Parkway. Less experienced runners, ages 6 & under participated in the half-mile race, while runners with more experience, ages 6-12, competed in the mile race.

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The overall winner for the half-mile 6 & under race was Lancaster resident, Macyn Fogleman (4:22). She finished the race five seconds faster than her nearest competitor, Fredericksburg resident, Juliana Velez (4:27). The top girl’s 6 & under runner from King George was three-year old Molly Habgood. Habgood finished with a time of 5:11.

Three-year old Fredericksburg resident Jackson Fletcher finished first in the women’s other division with a time of 7:57.  
As for the boys, six-year old King George resident Bodie Riddle was the overall top 6 & under half mile winner with a time of 3:58. Also, Riddle was  accompanied in the top ten placements by the following King George runners: Evan Fairfax (third, 4:31), Andrew Fronzo (tied for third, 4:31), and Lucas Fronzo (ninth, 4:51).

In the one-mile portion of the race, eight-year old Ruther Glen resident Kendall Loescher was the overall winner of the girls’ 7-8 division with a time of 7:17. Seven-year old Linsey Spillman finished eighth in the division with a time of 9:10, while fellow 7-8 division runner, Madison Greiber rounded out the top 10 finishes with a time of 9:22.

Ten-year old Fredericksburg resident Rylie White was the overall 9-10-year old winner with a time of 7:19.

In the girls 11-12 division, the four runners from King George that placed in the top 10 included: Becca Tidwell (second, 6:42), Unoma Aquolo (third, 6:57), Allison Carver (seventh, 8:46), and Avery Taylor (eighth, 8:50). Spotsylvania resident, Kendall Zywaiak placed first with a time of 6:37.

Eight-year old Stafford resident Kayli Henderson finished first in the women’s others division with a time of 8:36.

Thirteen-year old King George resident Allison Seay finished third in the women’s others division with a time of 11:19.

In the boys 7-8 division, eight-year old Lancaster resident Quaden Fogleman finished first with a time of 6:39.

Six-year old Eli Henderson from Stafford, placed first in the boy’s others division. King George resident Hunter Fuchs finished second with a time of 13:54.

Ten-year old Aroda resident, Joseph Owing placed first in the boy’s 9-10 division with a time of 5:56. King George resident Alexander Dachos finished second with a time of 6:22.

Twelve-year old Aroda resident Elijah Owing, finished first in the boys 11-12 division with a time of 5:58. King George resident and 11-year old Joseph Asiamah placed sixth with a time of 7:50.

Fredericksburg resident and six-year old runner, Gwyn Frick placed first in the six & under division with a time of 8:34. Six-year old King George resident, Miranda Griffith placed third with a time of 9:11.

Six-year old Fredericksburg resident Avery Amidon placed first in the 6 & under division with a time of 8:57. Five-year old King George resident, Brian Hollis rounded out the top 10 with a time of 11:03.

 

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