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King George girls varsity basketball team outlasts Colonial Beach

King George girls varsity basketball team outlasts Colonial Beach

From the opening tip-off to the final click of the clock, the King George girls’ varsity baske...

Colonial Beach Drifters settle into 2015-2016 basketball season

Colonial Beach Drifters settle into 2015-2016 basketball season

When it comes to pulling a rabbit out of his hat and turning an otherwise average team into a potent...

Lady Eagles basketball hoping for improvement this year

The Washington and Lee Lady Eagles basketball team has games against King and Queen and King William...

Foxes cross-country end season with solid performances

Whether it was the Region 4A East Cross Country Championship or the VHSL State Cross Country Champio...

Foxes and Yellow Jackets battle for Junior Varsity Championship

Foxes and Yellow Jackets battle for Junior Varsity Championship

On Nov. 7, the King George High School junior varsity football team (7-2-1, 6-0-1) left it all on th...

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Green makes KGHS school cross-country history

Leonard Banks
Sports Editor


On Friday, the Foxes girls’ cross-country program made history at the VHSL State 4A Cross-Country Championships, in The Plains.

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King George Foxes foil Chargers, and regain swagger

The Foxes are back! After compiling 69 points and giving up 14 points over the course of two games, the Foxes (8-2) offense has shifted into swagger mode. Last Friday’s 27-0 shutout over Chancellor (1-9) is evidence of that. After a minor wake-up call from their 35-5 loss to the conference champion, Courtland, the Foxes varsity football team has become stronger on both sides of the ball. In short, they are in playoff mode!
Senior Jordi Estes savored his final regular season high school game with four interceptions, 94 rushing yards, and one touchdown.

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Foxes overwhelm Caroline Cavaliers

There was never a doubt in the mind of Foxes (7-2) varsity football coach Jeff Smith that last week’s 35-7 loss to Courtland represented a temporary stumbling block for the fortunes of a playoff-bound team. Not only did the Foxes find redemption in their 45-14 win over visiting Caroline, but they rediscovered their swagger along with a renewed confidence level.

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Courtland Cougars overpower KG Foxes

Last year, the Foxes left the Cougars with a 21-10 bitter taste of defeat on their competitive palate during the regular season. However, what a difference a year makes. From the opening turnover to the final Cougar touchdown, it was simply a dominating performance by Conference 22 powerhouse, Courtland.

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King George celebrates homecoming win over Knights

A decision by Spotsylvania to remove a three-point field goal and the initial lead on a fourth down play would prove to be a harbinger of a thorough beat down as the King George Foxes seized the momentum after snuffing out the visiting Knights’ try for a touchdown and went on to post a 37-7 homecoming victory Friday night.

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