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Track and field
The Washington & Lee Eagles boys track and field team had gone nearly a month without racing until last week. Some of the athletes had forgotten what meets were even like until they finally had a race. Due to weather and a built in bye this month-long hiatus was taking its toll on the coaches and especially the athletes. The Eagles had two meets scheduled the last two weeks to travel to Northumberland, but both meets were canceled and there was no plan to make them up. Thankfully, West Point High School welcomed
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 April 2011 14:46
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The Washington & Lee boys track team is off to its best start in years. Two weeks ago the Eagles placed third at the King William Invitational, their highest placing ever at the Bob Murray Invitational.
Then last Wednesday the Eagles traveled back to King William to face the Cavilers and Richmond County
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The soccer season for Washington & Lee has been a challenging one already. Many players are being forced to play in unfamiliar territories because of the loss of some teammates for miscellaneous reasons. The Eagles started off very slow, winning one game while losing six. Last week, W&L had a rematch against undefeated King William in Montross. King William previously beat W&L 4-0, scoring all their goals
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 April 2011 18:01
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The Montross Middle School Eagles (2-0) are on a roll. On Wednesday, April 6, in Montross, the Eagles offense was in high gear as they defeated the Lancaster Red Devils 12-2.
Cullen Bell picked up the victory, as he allowed only two runs on four hits in three innings of work. Dylan Tyler picked up the save as he shutout Lancaster for the remainder of the game, allowing no hits in two innings of work.
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The Washington & Lee Eagles made the trip to the Eastern Shore last Friday with one goal in mind: Block. The Eagles have had problems on both sides of the line blocking and penetrating. The Eagles defeated Northampton, 41-0.
The monsoon of rain that hit Virginia last week caused the Eagles to miss two days of critical practice during the week. However, they faced Northampton on a surprisingly dry field. The Eagles were lead by Josh Fones, Pip Bankhead and Travis Seager on the offensive side of the ball and Dorian Garnern on the defensive side. Fones, who completed five of six passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns, seemed comfortable in his first start.
Seager started the onslaught for the Eagles early in the first quarter catching a pass from Fones that should have been stopped at the line of scrimmage, instead the tight end bulldozed two Northampton defenders for an 18 yard score.