- Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 March 2013 23:39
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Welcome to the beginning of a new age in Fox athletics! For the first time in King George County’s history, King George Middle School will field a softball team and baseball team. Billie Jo Derrow will have the distinction of being the team’s first head coach. Derrow is credited with leading the King George High School (KGHS) softball team to a Battlefield District Championship. Combined with her experience, and her assistant Jennifer
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 10:31
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Last Saturday, at the VHSL Group AA State Indoor Track & Field Championships, at the Tolsma Track Center, in Lynchburg, 59 high schools competed for the coveted right to be called All-State. While the Foxes girls’ did not finish atop the field, they gave it their best effort, by placing 13th. Tabb was the overall winner
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 February 2013 12:09
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On Friday, the Foxes district swim season ended in defeat at the University of Mary Washington Goolrick Pool. After dominating Battlefield District girls’ swim competition for the last five years, the Foxes girls’ swim team was dethroned by James Monroe by the margin of two points (125-123).
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 January 2013 11:37
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Last Saturday at the 24th Fred Hardy Invitational, at the Estes Center in Fork Union Military Academy, 29 schools competed for the opportunity to qualify for region and state competition. When the dust settled, the King George High School Foxes girls’ track & field team placed first with 68.25 points.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 December 2012 11:21
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Last Tuesday, at King George High School, during a battle of Battlefield District rivals, the Foxes boys’ junior varsity basketball team (5-3) overcame a close showdown by defeating the Chancellor Chargers (4-3), 50-45.
The victory featured four quarters of non-stop physical basketball. From the moment of the tip-off, the war was on. The Foxes led by forward Jelcoby White with three opening points, had the Chargers breathing down their necks in the latter part of the quarter, as Javan Graves delivered a jumper to tie the game at 8-8. However, Foxes guard Deante Peyton scored a lay-up to close the quarter with a Fox lead 10-8.