- Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 September 2012 00:00
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It was a night to remember! On Friday evening, in front of a standing room only crowd, the Foxes gave the fan faithful a sample of what they have waited for. They opened the Battlefield District regular season with a resounding 21-10 victory over the Courtland Cougars (1-3, 0-1). More importantly, the win was also the beginning of a new era in King George High School (KGHS) sports. With the long awaited debut of the new stadium, fans witnessed a once in a lifetime experience.
After spending most of his athletic career on the courts and fields associated with KGHS, Fox varsity head coach Jeff Smith is overjoyed to give Fox fans a program capable of going beyond district post-season play.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 August 2012 22:48
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Their path to glory will be revisited on Thursday, October 11th, at King George High School. The 1973 undefeated KGHS girls basketball team, Linda Morrisette Failes, George Toliver, coach Eugene Fields, and Jermon Bushrod will be officially enshrined into the King George High School Sports Hall of Fame. The new inductees will join the cast of 2010, and 2011 enshinees. Ticket information will be announced soon.
2012 KGHSSHOF Inductees
Jermon Bushrod single-handedly put the community of King George on the map. The 2002 graduate of KGHS gave both young and old a reason to smile as he helped lead the Foxes basketball and football teams on a path to success.
The three-sports standout helped the Foxes football program achieve back-to-back Regional playoff berths (2000, 2001); helped the Foxes reach the final four of the 2002 Group AA State basketball championship; Honorable Mention All State Football, Honorable Mention All State Baseball; Battlefield District Champion basketball team.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 August 2012 15:34
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The direction for Fox volleyball is about to change. King George High School head volleyball coach Jill Wine is well aware of the need for a volleyball feeder system.
Although the Foxes demonstrated signs of growth last season, the end result was a 6-12 season. While they produced three of the area’s most dominant players in the form of Jasmine Daniels, Katelyn O’Campo, and Lea Howard, the Foxes must sustain a core source of talent from within the county, if they have a hope of every breaking into the top of the volleyball food chain.
“We always want to come into the season improving, and I believe we’ve improved,” Wine said. “We received a compliment from one the Spotsylvania athletic directors; he said, “King George volleyball actually looks like real volleyball.”
- Last Updated on Friday, 01 June 2012 19:55
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After defeating Southampton, 7-6 in the Region I semi-finals, on Thursday evening, the Foxes are one step closer to a State Championship.
The victory guarantees King George a berth in the upcoming VHSL Group AA State Championship. Barring a weather postponement, the Foxes are scheduled to play Grafton High School on Friday, at 4:30 p.m.
If the game is rained out, it will be played on the following day at noon, in the same location. Also, if the Foxes defeat Grafton, they will host the State Championship Quarterfinal game; however, if they lose, they will travel and play the winner of the Region II in the quarterfinal game.
After winning the Battlefield District Championship, the Foxes has raised the bar on the baseball program by going farther than any team before them; including the Battlefield Champion 1987 baseball team.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 May 2012 16:02
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They are the definition of a championship team.
The 2009 spring sports baseball season that yielded five wins and 14 losses, seems like a distant memory. On Thursday, at the King George High School baseball stadium, the Foxes varsity baseball program took giant step into school history.
Amid a loud, and raucous Eastern View dugout, and trailing 5-1 with only four innings to go, the Foxes (11-3, 19-3) did what they do best. After a gut check, the Foxes methodically climbed back into the game with clutch hitting to win the tournament championship that has escaped them for the last 25 years.