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CB girls repeat as conference champions

CB girls repeat as conference champions

After winning their second straight Conference 43 girls’ basketball tournament and regular season ch...

KG boys take 4A regional swim championship

KG boys take 4A regional swim championship

Girls fall just short, finish in third place

Friday night at Collegiate School Aquatic Center in Ri...

KG swim teams earn 4A Conference 22 gold

After winning the 4A North Conference Swim Championship for the second season is a row, its official...

Lady Drifters continue to roll

Lady Drifters continue to roll

With each passing win, the post-season playoff picture is beginning to unfold for the Colonial Beach...

Colonial Beach rolls past Rappahannock

Colonial Beach rolls past Rappahannock

The Drifterdome in Colonial Beach was buzzing with fan euphoria Jan. 22, as the long-awaited Confere...

KG wrestlers give seniors night to remember

KG wrestlers give seniors night to remember

Senior night was a blast for King George as the Foxes defeated Courtland, 51-22.
Among the graduatin...

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KG Foxes varsity field hockey still going strong

The Foxes varsity field hockey team continues to maintain a potential conference championship run against first place Chancellor. The Foxes’ only losses have come at the hands of the defending state champions and conference rival, Chargers and James Monroe.

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KGMS Lady Foxes are back

The Foxes girls’ middle school basketball team is on a mission.  After an astonishing 2012 season that featured a record of 11-4, and second place standing in area middle school girls’ basketball, the Foxes are fixated on building a solid foundation.

Read more: KGMS Lady Foxes are back

Foxes clip Stafford Indians in gridiron classic

The last four seconds of the game showed the character of the King George High School varsity football team. Whether it was senior place kicker Jacob Perkins kicking the winning 35-yard field goal, or the team overcoming a host of potential game-ending penalties, the factor that boldly sticks out about King George is team character—and how it played a role in defeating 6A South Conference 4 triple-A power Stafford, 20-17.

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KGHS Foxes field hockey season up and running

After an amazing 2012 season that featured a 10-7 overall, 9-7 Battlefield District record, the Foxes varsity field hockey team has returned on a mission to re-new the tradition of winning.

Read more: KGHS Foxes field hockey season up and running

School spirit

Making their fall sports season debut, members of the Foxes cheerleading team take a moment to pose for the annual school athletic brochure.

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