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Hammerheads defeat Grafton: improve to 4‐1

After their 254‐226 win over Grafton last week,

Hopyard is now tied at 4‐1, for second place in the...

Fawn Lake Fliers overwhelm Dahlgren Sharks

Fawn Lake Fliers overwhelm Dahlgren Sharks

The Dahlgren Sharks took a tough loss to the Fawn Lake Fliers in their 25-meter pool last week, July...

Eels dismantle Lake Wilderness Torpedos

"Eels win again, proving hard work and

consistency pays off,” were the inspirational

words s...

Building a foundation of tennis skills through King George Parks & Recreation summer camp

Building a foundation of tennis skills through King George Parks & Recreation summer camp

For 26 kids, tennis is more than just a passing sports recreational activity for intermediate/novice...

Visualize & Rize draws hundreds to celebrity sports camps

Visualize & Rize draws hundreds to celebrity sports camps

For six years, the Visualize & Rize organization has given back to the King George community.
Whe...

FootGolf at Cameron Hills to feature tourney

FootGolf at Cameron Hills to feature tourney

Now in its second year at Cameron Hills Golf Club, in King George, the sport of footGolf has ascende...

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Colonial Beach Drifters settle into 2015-2016 basketball season

When it comes to pulling a rabbit out of his hat and turning an otherwise average team into a potential conference champion, this has become second nature to Drifters boys’ varsity basketball head coach Jonathan Parker.

Read more: Colonial Beach Drifters settle into 2015-2016 basketball season

Colonial Beach Drifters girls’ basketball setting a new course

They are a force to be reckoned with!

Read more: Colonial Beach Drifters girls’ basketball setting a new course

Drifter JV/varsity volleyball game turns into dogfight against Middlesex Chargers

Over the last two seasons, times have changed in all phases of the Colonial Beach High School  volleyball program. From the days of infrequent wins to the current junior varsity status of starting the season off with a 2-0 record—and recent home 23-25, 25-15, 15-12 (2-1) win over Middlesex that took place on Thursday, Sept. 10, in the Drifterdome.

Read more: Drifter JV/varsity volleyball game turns into dogfight against Middlesex Chargers

Drifters prepare to kick off the regular season

Now that Drifters fall football season is officially open, the big question is whether they continue their tradition of winning.
On paper, it appears that the men in black and gold have the right stuff to grind out another winning season. However, with the loss of a number of starters, the process of unifying the offense may be a difficult obstacle to climb.

Read more: Drifters prepare to kick off the regular season

Third annual Drifter Youth Volleyball Camp

The Colonial Beach girls’ volleyball team hosted the 3rd annual Drifter Youth Volleyball Camp June 1-3.
The camp was in the Drifter Dome at Colonial Beach High School, with a total of 41 participants.  The camp featured the largest turnout since the start of the program.

Read more: Third annual Drifter Youth Volleyball Camp

 

 

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