- Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 July 2010 00:39
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On June 26-27, at the University of Maryland (UMBC) the Potomac Raiders swim club competed against the following teams at the ASC/RAC swim meet: Annapolis Swim Club , Baltimore City Swim Club , Cardinal Gold Aquatics, Carroll Aquatics Tiger Sharks , Chesapeake Bay Aquatic Club , Columbia Aquatics Association , Coastal Aquatics Swim Team, Greater Annapolis Swim League, Greater Baltimore Swim Association ,Green Terror Aquatic Club Monocacy Aquatic Club , Naval Academy Aquatic Club , North Baltimore Aquatic Club, Retriever Aquatic Club .
Potomac Raider head coach Sam Fattah spoke highly of his team’s success during the summer months.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 July 2010 16:45
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With arguably the best feeder swim system in the entire area, King George High School has always based their success on the Dahlgren Sharks and Eden Estate Eels that swim competitively out of the Rappahannock Swim League (RSL). The long history associated with both teams has made area swimming both exciting and fulfilling for the King George community. While the Sharks are celebrating their 45th anniversary, the Eels are equally as excited about their 29th year in the RSL.
During the summer, both teams no longer compete against each other, because they swim in different divisions. While the Sharks swim in the Patriot Division, the Eels compete in the American Division.
In the summer of 1982, the RSL went through a period of transition when it announced the
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 July 2010 16:34
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Not only is the temperature in the Northern Neck hot, but so is the Westmoreland County 9-10 year old Baseball All-Star Team. The 9-10 year olds have been proudly representing the name on the front of their jersey at Northumberland County Little League Park and have continued to make a statement as one of the best teams in the state.
The youngsters defeated King William 7-6 to win the District XV championship banner. They will go on to Abingdon, Va., to chase a state championship.
Congratulations to Carson Bell, Trey Bowler, Andre Burrell, Owen Conklin, Mason Delane, Wyatt Feltner, Kenny Frank, AnaJai Lewis, Connor Lutz, Garret Oliff, Juwan Reaves, Cole Setliff and Coach Jimmy Peyton.
For up-to-date results you can visit the Westmoreland County Little League website at www.eteamz.com/Westmoreland/
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 June 2010 22:32
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To the delight of area fans, the Northern Neck Rivermen are back for another exciting season of semi-pro football. After their debut 2009 season in the Regional American Football League, the “Green & Black” have taken a step up to the Mason Dixon Football League where they will continue their ongoing rivalry with the Fredericskburg Falcons. With an offensive line averaging 300 pounds and a quarterback in the form of Gage Ford to lead them to a possible league championship, morale is high within the ranks of the Rivermen. Ford played a crucial role in leading his high school alma mater, James Monroe, to a state championship in 2009. During the off-season, Cornwell recruited a contingent of linemen to anchor his offensive line.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 June 2010 22:29
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Well over 2,000 swimmers from 23 swim clubs representing the Rappahannock Swim league took part in opening day exhibition meets last Wednesday in the Fredericksburg metropolitan area.
While the meets will serve as a litmus test for each respective team’s ability to prepare for the regular summer swim season, the Eden Estate Eels enjoyed a fun-filled competitive day, while producing standout individual triple win performances — and a number of first place finishes.
During the meet at Regency Park, Eel co-head coach Curt Albert recorded triple wins in the 50-yard butterfly, 50-yard backstroke and the 100-yard IM. Albert’s 14-year-old teammate Scott Loudin also had a big day in the water, with victories in the 25-yard freestyle, 25-yard butterfly and the 25-yard backstroke.