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Foxes’ girls win fourth cross-country title

Foxes’ girls win fourth cross-country title

The King George girls’ cross-country team has solidified its legacy in Fredericksburg sports as a pr...

Cougars’ third-quarter outburst mauls Foxes

Cougars’ third-quarter outburst mauls Foxes

The Foxes hopes of rallying to overcome Courtland’s 14-3 halftime lead quickly dissipated within the...

Garland has lifelong love of baseball

Garland has lifelong love of baseball

At a baseball camp in Fredericksburg in 1948, Max Garland’s 98-mile-an-hour fastball caught the eye ...

Eagles win battle of unbeatens

Eagles win battle of unbeatens

Washington & Lee’s unbeaten Eagles won their sixth in a row Friday, downing previously unbeaten ...

Second-half surge propels Eagles past Knights

Second-half surge propels Eagles past Knights

      
The Washington & Lee Eagles spoiled a rainy homecoming for ...

Foxes rally to nip Drifters in overtime

Foxes rally to nip Drifters in overtime

Thomas Jenkins’ touchdown catch with 43 seconds left in regulation brought King George back from a 1...

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CBHS Drifters varsity rip Northumberland Indians

At the start of the season, many thought the Drifters were in a rebuilding phase. When you consider the litany of stars who have graduated in the past four years, and the compelling nature of their ability to remain a competitive entity in the Northern Neck, rival coaches and players continue to be mystified. As new Drifter stars taking their names into the spotlight, the single wing offense has shifted back to the familiar big-play offensive style that it was known for.

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Drifters crush K&Q Royal Tigers, 47-0

Within a span of four games, the Drifters have turned their season around. After scoring 8 total pointsalt in their first two games of the season, the Drifters offense has come alive by generating 80 points in their last two games.
Their latest 47-0 victory over King & Queen Central is a testament to solid defense and a ball control offense that doesn’t know the meaning of quit.

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Epic battle at Monroe Park

On Friday, Monroe Park in Colonial Beach became the scene of another epic battle between two cross-town rivals. For the third consecutive year, the King George (2-0) varsity football team defeated Colonial Beach High School (CBHS), 27-8. Born into this saga of double-A school versus single school was a gridiron chess-match played between the Foxes and Drifter coaching staffs.
Fans supporting both schools packed Monroe Park from end to end, with standing room-only areas provided for witnessing the Drifters’ debut into the 2010 regular season. Aside from the obvious fact that the Foxes’ 46-man roster seemed like an army compared to the Drifters 20-man contingent of players, fans witnessed a true account of iron-man football.
In the first quarter, the long-awaited war yielded a defensive stalemate. In fact, the first four possessions did not feature a first down for either team. However, later in the first quarter, after a Stephen Cocke interception, the Foxes offensive shifted in to fourth gear. With an opportunity to take the lead with a 35-yard field goal, the attempt fell aimlessly to the left.

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Colonial Beach Drifter JV 2010 football preview

On Sept. 8, the Drifter junior varsity football team will embark on their 2010 Northern Neck campaign, with their first battle against double-A Battlefield District 2009 runner-up, King George. Not only will the upcoming battle against the Foxes become a monumental litmus test for the rest of their season, but it will also demonstrate the will of a program that has a tradition of winning.
Keith Dickerson has returned as head coach, along with his long-time assistant George Devers. The duo moved up to the varsity last season as full-time assistants. Prior to last season, Dickerson and Devers were responsible for two undefeated championship seasons in the Tidewater District.

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The 23rd annual Drifter basketball camp is a hit

Keeping the spirit of Drifter pride alive by promoting the game of basketball during the summer is a key reason why the sports teams associated with Colonial Beach High School continue to remain competitive. Kids who play together as pre-teens, grow up winning together!
From Monday through Friday of last week, kids from King George, Colonial Beach, Oak Grove and Montross enjoyed all the fun and excitement associated with the 23rd annual Drifter Basketball Camp.
Led by Drifters boys’ head basketball coach Casey Johnson, kids enjoyed one on one coaching attention, while they focused on honing their court skills.

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