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One night, two Foxes Conference 19 championship crowns

One night, two Foxes Conference 19 championship crowns

Softball, baseball prove victorious in glorious evening
 Lightning does strike twice in the same...

Foxes girls JV soccer ends season in championship thriller

Foxes girls JV soccer ends season in championship thriller

Last Thursday’s girls junior varsity championship game, featuring King George (12-2) and Court...

Harding pitches no hitter against Lancaster

Harding pitches no hitter against Lancaster

W&L standout goes the distance to record rare feat
A.C. Harding, a freshman who pitched a no hitt...

W&L HS hires new varsity head football coach

W&L HS hires new varsity head football coach

After a lengthy and determined multi-state search, Washington & Lee High School has hired Josh W...

King George girls’ triumphant in Chancellor quad meet

King George girls’ triumphant in Chancellor quad meet

Foxes Hannah Koepfinger finished first twice in individual events to lead the King George High Schoo...

Drifters shock Trojans, end six-year jinx

Drifters shock Trojans, end six-year jinx

The 2016 season for the Drifters (2-2, 7-8) softball team had it’s share of ups and downs; how...

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Foxes JV football shifts into fifth gear

Last Wednesday, at Caroline High School stadium, the Foxes junior varsity football team crushed Caroline, 36-7. Throughout the game, the Foxes offensive line opened gaping holes, allowing Rodney Richards to score three touchdowns, after rushing for 133 yard on 21 carries.


Elated that his junior varsity team has made tremendous progress since the start of the season, Foxes head coach George Estes said, “The progress we’ve made throughout the season is teaching these kids our basic football fundamentals. They’ve gotten better each week in practice. Although we’ve stumbled as a coaching staff, and as a team, they keep getting better.”
With their only loss to Courtland (7-0), it appears that the-now-6-1 Foxes could be headed towards a junior varsity championship showdown, as the season comes to an end.
“The kids have rebounded since that earlier loss to Courtland,” Estes said. “The kids are playing as a team—I love a team win.”

Game
After a heated defensive exchange of possessions, the Foxes culminated a 56-yard drive into a 20-yard touchdown by Richards.
On a draw play, on the ensuing 51-yard drive, the Cavaliers responded with a Robert Gerber 15-yard touchdown.  During the second quarter, Gerber’s efforts would be short lived, after marching 53 yards, the Foxes responded with Richards’ second touchdown of the night.
With 3:35 left in the third quarter, Richards scored his third touchdown of the night.
Later, with 13 seconds left in the third quarter, Deandre Reynolds completed a 18-yard touchdown to Antonio Johnson to give the Foxes a 28-7 lead.
The Foxes scored their final touchdown of the evening during an attempted punt, as Jacolby White raced up the field for a 85-yard touchdown.
On Saturday, the Foxes will play their final game of the season, as they host James Monroe. Game time is 10 a.m. Results from the Tuesday night game featuring King George and Culpeper were not available due to press deadlines.

Leonard Banks, Sports editor

 

 

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