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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 fall to Essex Trojans, 6-1

On Friday, at the hostile confines of Essex High School, in Tappahannock, the Drifters varsity baseball team lost to the Trojans, 6-1. Although the Drifters played a solid game defensively, they came up short on the offensive end.

The Drifters fell short during three scoring opportunities to cut into the Trojan lead, in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings, but only managed to plate one run. Trojan relief pitcher, Ricky Baughman pitched out of first and third, bases loaded situations. He also survived Drifter threats in the second inning to preserve the victory.

Patient and optimistic, Drifter head coach Steve Swope said, “We are playing better as a team. The kids know what it takes to win in this district,

Read more: Colonial Beach Drifters fall to Essex Trojans, 6-1

Steve Swope honored with Northern Neck Sports Wall of Fame enshrinement

It was a day inspired with Drifter pride. Saturday, April 16 will forever be a momentous day in Colonial Beach Sports history.

After 32 years of coaching in the Colonial Beach School system, Steve Swope was inducted with three other sports notables into the 12th annual Northern Neck Sports Wall of Fame induction program. Swope is the first person from the Colonial Beach area to be inducted into the sports shrine.

“I’m from a small underdog community that firmly believes in Drifter pride,” Swope said during the Hall of

Read more: Steve Swope honored with Northern Neck Sports Wall of Fame enshrinement

CBHS Drifters at 6-0 enter district play

The Colonial Beach Drifters varsity baseball team (6-0) delivered a knockout blow to Grace Brethren for the second time this season, as they kept their undefeated record unblemished.

In light of the postponed doubleheader against Rappahannock on Friday, the Drifters are looking forward

Read more: CBHS Drifters at 6-0 enter district play

CB Drifters Little League Baseball Clinic a hit

Last Saturday, Monroe Park was the scene of America’s favorite pastime at play. The Colonial Beach Drifters baseball program provided an action-packed baseball clinic for aspiring future baseball stars. Most of the kids who participated were members of the Westmoreland Little League baseball program. The combination of T-ball,

Read more: CB Drifters Little League Baseball Clinic a hit

CB Drifters sweep MSFD in home opener

On Saturday at Monroe Park in Colonial Beach, the varsity Drifters baseball team opened the season with a doubleheader sweep over the Maryland School for the Deaf (MSFD). The Drifters capitalized on MSFD pitching, by focusing on producing runs and playing solid defense.

Drifter head coach Steve Swope spoke highly of his team’s efforts.

“We did the little things today by throwing strikes, staying fundamentally sound on defense, and producing a couple

Read more: CB Drifters sweep MSFD in home opener

 

 

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