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Drifters hope to improve on disappointing last year

Drifters hope to improve on disappointing last year

In the space of a week, Drifters’ varsity volleyball head coach Chase Davidson will see what he has ...

Johnson prepared for his time in spotlight

Johnson prepared for his time in spotlight

After playing in the shadows of other Fox gridiron stars Antonio “Kentucky” Johnson finally will hav...

W&L will count on defensive veterans

W&L will count on defensive veterans

Linemen, quickness are keys for Eagles’ squad

Washington & Lee’s new varsity football coach, To...

Outmanned Drifters have playoffs in sight

Outmanned Drifters have playoffs in sight

Most of team will be forced to play offense, defense

With their backs against the wall the Drifters...

KG football reloads, eyes another big year

KG football reloads, eyes another big year

King George High School has returned for another season of action-packed varsity football.

With the ...

The rise of Shiloh Park: a recreational sports Mecca

The rise of Shiloh Park: a recreational sports Mecca

It takes a different kind of athlete to get up 5 a.m. to prepare to run 50k (31 miles) through the r...

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Roohi wins 27th Annual Pohanka Nissan Hyundai Honda YMCA Sprint Colonial Beach Triathlon

Speed and endurance is her signature, but the thrill of winning continues to inspire King George resident Molly Roohi. On Saturday, the 30-year veteran triathlete finished first overall in the 27th Annual Pohanka Nissan Hyundai Honda YMCA Colonial Beach Sprint Triathlon. Among a field of 114 women, Roohi’s time of 1:14.02 surpassed her closest competitor, Diane Haupt by more than a minute and a half.

 

While Roohi trailed Haupt in the swim event by 25 seconds, she quickly passed the entire field in the bike and running event. With more than 17 marathons under her belt, Roohi is an example of what most athletes aspire to be

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2011 Little League virginia DIstrict 15 champions

 

Most recently, the following Westmoreland County Little League Major Baseball Team members were thrilled to win the District 15 Championship: front row (left-right): Trey Bowler; Garrett Oliff; Carson Bell; Kendrick Creasey; Wyatt Feltner; Andrew Burrell. back row (left-right): coach J.R. Bowler; Trevor Delane; Jeremy Saunders; Kenny Taylor; coach K.C. Travis; Deiontre Campbell; Jarret Sumiel; Nicky Fones; manager Ricky Fones.

Post 89 King George dismantles Post 55 Courtland

On Thursday night, after a roller coaster season, Post 89 King George (8-14) rallied to defeat visiting Post 55 Courtland 55, 16-8. After narrowly losing to Courtland twice during the earlier part of the season, King George dominated their division foes for the final three innings. King George rallied with 11 runs in the seventh inning to take a 15-8 lead.

Standout Post 89 King George slugger Dylan Dombrowksas was a one-man scoring machine. He set the tone with a 5-5 night at plate that included three doubles and two hits that resulted in three RBIs. He was in a scoring zone as he capped his personal best performance off with a score.

Nearly equaling their teammates’ banner night, the following Post 89 players contributed some noteworthy performances of their own: Lex Estes (4-5), solo homerun, three hits, three RBIs; Tyler Trustlow (3-5), double, two hits, two RBIs; David Campbell (2-5), one triple, one hit, three RBIs; Bubby Miles (3-5), one double, two hits, two RBIs; Theo Klopsis (2-5), double, one hit, one RBI; Jordi Estes (1-6) double, one RBI.

As for Courtland, Clay Keranen was their leading hitter with a 2-5 performance, that featured a run scoring double, and a single. Jesse Belcastro, and Travis Weaver finished also finished the game with

Read more: Post 89 King George dismantles Post 55 Courtland

Eels start summer with a blast

Now that the summer Rappahannock Swim League summer season is officially underway, it’s every team for itself. Last Wednesday during the seasonal exhibition meets, the Eden Estate Eels overpowered Spotsylvania YMCA with dominating performance. Out of 66 events, the Eels produced 35 individual wins and 10 relay victories.

As for the visiting Spotsylvania team, it managed 16 individual victories and five relay wins.

Read more: Eels start summer with a blast

Visualize and Rize football camp attracts hundreds of area youths

The second annual Jermon Bushrod Visualize and Rize Youth Football Camp was phenomenal success/ Nearly 300 kids, ages 6-14, came from as far as Kentucky and Louisiana to participate in the camp, doubling last year’s attendance. The camp provided youth an opportunity to build character and self-esteem while learning the basic fundamentals of the game from coaches, high school players, college standouts and professional football players.

Elated with the family and community support he received, Bushrod said, “The support of my family has been great, especially my parents (Jerry and Brenda). They’ve been up all hours of the night, making sure all the tedious things were done. Even when I’m not around, they are doing everything they can to make sure

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