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On Dec. 12 and 13, at King George Middle School, four area middle school boys’ basketball teams - King George, Walker Grant, Culpeper and Caroline - battled for the bragging rights at the first annual Christmas Basketball Tournament. After the dust settled, and the cheers from parents reached their highest peak, one team stood tall. After a strong fourth quarter effort,
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 December 2012 10:54
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She is a pure perfectionist. The name Amentrout has been a staple in King George High School sports for the last four years. While each of the Armentrout triplets - Lindsey, Carley and Haley - have distinguished themselves in their chosen sports disciplines, Lindsey has stepped outside the box to go on a journey that only a few athletes have taken before.
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On Wednesday, at Caroline High School, the Foxes competed in the annual Caroline Polar Bear Invitational. While the Lady Foxes did not disappoint, crushing the competition with a score of 98 (Caroline 32, North
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When the dust settled, a potential state Group AA champion stood on the doorsteps of history.
On Saturday, a huge contingent of Fox fans drove three hours to a school located off the beaten path, and nestled alongside a cotton field. Sadly, they witnessed their favorite sons lose 21-14 in the Group AA, Region I Football semi-finals.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 November 2012 15:09
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Last Friday, at King George High School Stadium, the Foxes took another step towards a Region I, Division 4 championship, as they defeated Grafton 33-28. Whether it was the final Clipper turnover (Jacob Baker interception) or an amazing vertical game courtesy of Corey Henderson, and De’Shon Brown, the Foxes collectively played with poise, and the heart of a champion. “We knew they (Grafton) were going to be a tough football team, and that is why we’ve come out to practice hard every day,” said Alon Clipper.
With the quarterfinal fictory, the Foxes will go on to play Smithfield High School in the semi-final game at Smithfield (second seed, 10-1, 9-1). The game will take place at Smithfield High School. Interestingly, while the Clippers will end their season with a losing record (4-7), they actually defeated Smithfield 20-7 on Oct. 7.