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New coach, new players, new season for W&L football

Washington and Lee High School's coaches are not clear on what kind of unit the Westmoreland County ...

Colonial Beach Varsity Volleyball players have sights set on championship

Last season, Colonial Beach Varsity Volleyball Coach Chase Davidson guided his team to double digit ...

W&L cross country teams working and training at Westmoreland State Park

W&L cross country teams working and training at Westmoreland State Park

The Washington & Lee cross country teams spent three days last week working and training at West...

Colonial Beach varsity football team undermanned but packs a punch

Colonial Beach varsity football team undermanned but packs a punch

Coach Jeremy Jack's 2016 Colonial Beach varsity football team is undermanned but still packs quite a...

King George High School varsity volleyball team ready for season

King George High School varsity volleyball team ready for season

King George High School Volleyball Coach Jill Wine has her players in two scrimmages at home this we...

Sea Serpents own Nationals Division Finals

The 2016 Rappahannock Swim League National Division summer season will be remembered for dominant te...

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Drifters and Eagles collide for the second time this season

It was a war that will never be forgotten. No matter how the season ends for the Colonial Beach High School boys’ varsity basketball team (3-2), they will have the distinction of defeating Washington & Lee twice during the 2013-2014 winter sports season. What does that mean? In short, the mere mention of having Northern Neck bragging rights over the Eagles is equal to winning a conference championship.

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CB Drifters varsity girls' basketball 2013-14 outlook

Fasten your seat belts, the winter basketball season has already begun. By the time the 2014 portion of the winter sports season arrives, the Drifters girls’ varsity basketball team’s fortitude will have been tested and proven. Long before the Christmas break, the Drifter faithful will see their beloved ladies of “Black & Gold” battle teams such as King George, North Stafford, Washington & Lee and West Point. Nothing will be easy in the new VSHL reclassification era of fast lane basketball.

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Colonial Beach Drifters crush Lancaster Red Devils

After defeating the Lancaster Red Devils 42-29, the Drifters (5-4) have moved one step closer to hosting their first Conference 43, 1A East playoff game. However, the Drifters have one major roadblock in front of them in the form of Washington & Lee.

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Drifters obliterate Indians

Resilience and determination are two words that do not begin to describe the spirit of the Colonial Beach High School football program.

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Drifter JV coach returns to her volleyball alma mater

Innovation, determination and pride are three words that only begin to describe new Colonial Beach High School junior varsity volleyball head coach, Cameron-Ann K. Standish.

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