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After defeating Spotsylvania (68-33), and Caroline (58-44), the Foxes boys’ varsity basketball team has secured fourth place in the Battlefield District. With the district championship quickly approaching, the Foxes offense has regained its familiar swagger, by utilizing every aspect of its ability to score in key situations. King George defeated both the Knights and Cavaliers earlier, in the month of January.
Prior to the game, fans said a final goodbye to senior Foxes, Damion Carroll, L.J. Baylor, Trey Graham, and John Brown. Their contributions to the Foxes basketball program have proven
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 November 2011 18:52
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Last Wednesday, it was a Fox celebration at Loriella Park, in Fredericksburg. After posting a fourth place finish at the Region I Cross Country Championship, junior Haley Armentrout will lead the Foxes girls’ cross-country team to the State Cross Country AA Championship, at Great Meadow State Course, in The Plains, on Nov. 12. Her goal is to make the elite top 20, and all-state honors.
While Lafayette senior Heidi Peterson took home the individual women’s honors with a time of 20:11.8, Battlefield District Champion Armentrout posted a time of 20:28. Out of 21 Region I high schools, the Lady Foxes placed third. Grafton, and Jamestown placed first and second respectively, while the following schools
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 October 2011 16:45
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The torrential morning rain last Friday that turned Thomas Lomax Hunter Field into a quagmire and marred King George High School’s planned homecoming festivities put the Foxes in a foul mood and they were ready to take it out on visiting Chancellor in the Monday rescheduled joust. Unfortunately their guests, led by one of Virginia’s top 20 high school quarterbacks, was able to nip their hosts as the Chargers edged King George in a 13-12 hard-fought defensive battle.
The game was every bit as even as the score. King George more than took the measure of the arm of highly-rated Derrin Jackson, stuffing all but two of the Chancellor drives into the red zone with crisp smash-mouth takedowns.
Leading the way for the Foxes on both sides of the ball was De’shon Brown. The 5-10 junior was a dynamo in the defensive backfield and amassed more than 80 yards of offense as the main offensive weapon when staring as the King George running back.
The defensive line and backers also shined brightly, anchored by stalwarts Blake Sparks, Josh Jenkins, Matt Myers, Shawn Hughes,
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 October 2011 22:51
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The Foxes junior varsity football team is proof positive that the junior varsity program can have a huge impact on the varsity level. Last Wednesday, at Hunter Field, the Foxes (2-1) used their big play style of offense to pummel the visiting Spotsylvania Knights, 49-7.
From his quarterback position, De’Quan Whiting lit up the scoreboard with thrown
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 October 2011 16:06
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With only 22 days until the long-awaited district tournament, the King George High School cross country program appears to be a promising contender for the Battlefield title. On Saturday, during the Octoberfest Invitational in Great Meadows, in Plains, Va., the Foxes girls varsity tied Clover Hill for second, with an overall point total of 125. While competing against 59 schools, Haley Armentrout finished the meet with the best overall time of 19:41. Last week, Haley broke a Fox home cross country