- Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 April 2011 20:53
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Last Saturday, Monroe Park was the scene of America’s favorite pastime at play. The Colonial Beach Drifters baseball program provided an action-packed baseball clinic for aspiring future baseball stars. Most of the kids who participated were members of the Westmoreland Little League baseball program. The combination of T-ball,
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 March 2011 21:57
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On Saturday at Monroe Park in Colonial Beach, the varsity Drifters baseball team opened the season with a doubleheader sweep over the Maryland School for the Deaf (MSFD). The Drifters capitalized on MSFD pitching, by focusing on producing runs and playing solid defense.
Drifter head coach Steve Swope spoke highly of his team’s efforts.
“We did the little things today by throwing strikes, staying fundamentally sound on defense, and producing a couple
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 16 March 2011 00:00
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The “Black & Gold” fever for winning has returned to Colonial Beach in the form of legendary sports icon Steve Swope.
The last time Swope led the program, the Drifters were celebrating a Tidewater District Championship in 2009. Interesting enough, Swope’s return has ignited a huge interest in spring sports; both girls’ softball and boys’
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 March 2011 22:14
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The Drifters 2010-2011 girls’ varsity basketball season may have fallen short of a District and Regional Championship, but it will always be remembered for posting 17 victories. Their final record of 8-2, 17-6 reflects the impact the team has had on the Northern Neck.
Most recently during the Regional semi-finals the Drifters fell short of fulfilling their quest by losing to West Point (19-3), 44-39. The Pointers were
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 February 2011 22:27
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The difference between second place in the Northern Neck and fourth place came into play last Thursday at the Drifterdome, as the Drifter girls’ varsity team’s (6-2, 14-4) offense made short work of the Rappahannock Raiders (2-5, 4-9). The final score, 36-25, was not indicative of the final outcome.
On Monday evening during a non-district game against King George, the Drifters defeated the Foxes 52-50.
While the Raiders’ hopes of winning a regular season championship faded in January, the Drifters are still very much alive. In order for the Drifters to overcome Northumberland (7-1, 15-5) for first place in the Northern Neck