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Hammerheads defeat Grafton: improve to 4‐1

After their 254‐226 win over Grafton last week,

Hopyard is now tied at 4‐1, for second place in the...

Fawn Lake Fliers overwhelm Dahlgren Sharks

Fawn Lake Fliers overwhelm Dahlgren Sharks

The Dahlgren Sharks took a tough loss to the Fawn Lake Fliers in their 25-meter pool last week, July...

Eels dismantle Lake Wilderness Torpedos

"Eels win again, proving hard work and

consistency pays off,” were the inspirational

words s...

Building a foundation of tennis skills through King George Parks & Recreation summer camp

Building a foundation of tennis skills through King George Parks & Recreation summer camp

For 26 kids, tennis is more than just a passing sports recreational activity for intermediate/novice...

Visualize & Rize draws hundreds to celebrity sports camps

Visualize & Rize draws hundreds to celebrity sports camps

For six years, the Visualize & Rize organization has given back to the King George community.
Whe...

FootGolf at Cameron Hills to feature tourney

FootGolf at Cameron Hills to feature tourney

Now in its second year at Cameron Hills Golf Club, in King George, the sport of footGolf has ascende...

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Paul Jerry’s quest for Golden Gloves boxing perfection

Paul Cornelius Jerry’s road to the proving grounds of Olympic hopefuls is not for the faint of heart. Most recently, at the USA Boxing Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia Regional Championship in Oxon Hill, Maryland, the King George County resident and University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) sophomore stood toe-to-toe with 2008 Beijing Olympian Gary Russell in a three-round featherweight fight.
After a tumultuous first round that involved a number of exchanges between the two boxers, the ring physician stopped the fight due a cut over Jerry’s eye. Prior to the Russell fight, Jerry lost a close, yet controversial decision against Cesar Chavez from Round-One Gym. In light of the decision, Jerry was awarded an opportunity to fight again on the second day. Russell went on to win the championship fight in his weight class on Sunday, while Jerry’s quest for a possible boxing career continues on.
“It was a close decision, where everyone thought I had won the fight,” Jerry said. “My opponent didn’t think that he had won, because when his name was called he appeared confused.”
While Jerry’s record has been slightly blemished by his recent performance, his overall 7-3 standing, which includes two Golden Gloves region and district championships, as a novice is impressive. In addition to his accomplishments, Jerry maintains a 3.2 GPA as a sophomore at UMES, while serving as a motivational speaker for his father and trainer Anthony Murrill’s outreach organization, X2REP, aka Fighting for the Future.
Through the support and guidance of Murrill, and a positive outlook on life, Jerry has found the strength to cope with the cancer battle facing his mother, along with the pressures of transitioning from a Maryland high school environment to a Virginia educational atmosphere.

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KG personal trainer lifts his way to the top

After a 12-year hiatus from competing in power-lifting, King George resident Wayne Johnson has returned to set the bar on weighting in Virginia to a new high. Given the fact that he is approaching 51 years old, while competing against some of the top lifters in the state, Johnson’s 375-pound bench press record, and 535-pound dead lift record in the Master’s Division 50-54 age bracket is an accomplishment for any athlete. The former record was 370 pounds.
He accomplished this feat at the 100% Raw Christmas Classic, at the Stanardsville Health & Fitness Center on December 11. It actually took Johnson three lifts to win the bench press competition, and a fourth lift to set the record. During his final event, the dead-lift competition, Johnson decided to lift once at 535, to set a new standard in the Masters age group.

Read more: KG personal trainer lifts his way to the top

Sealston Running Club stronger than ever


Local elementary school running club takes physical fitness seriously

 

Thanks to Lori Ann Libby, Sealston Elementary health and physical education teacher, running has become more than a simple act of physical fitness for Fredericksburg metropolitan area elementary schools. Every Monday, images of second through sixth grade level kids running on the grounds of Sealston Elementary School have become a familiar sight.

In fact, since the day the elementary school opened its doors, the Sealston Running Club (SRC) has consistently competed beyond the foothills of King George. Some of the competitions include: Micha/YMCA 5K Turkey Trot & Coker Orthodontics/YMCA 1M Kid’s Run, King George Fall Festival 5k Run/Walk and Kids 1 Mile Fun Run, Chancellor Elementary School Run, Freedom Middle School Run, Coventry Games, Stafford Elementary School track meets, Richmond-area elementary school track meets, and University of Virginia track meets.

Read more: Sealston Running Club stronger than ever

Eagles and Drifters clash at Monroe Park

For the fourth time in 14 games between Colonial Beach and their cross-town archrival and fellow Northern Neck foe Washington & Lee, fans were treated to a memorable gridiron barnburner. In the end, the Eagles (3-2, 6-4) prevailed over the Drifters (3-2, 6-4), 41-28; however, the Drifters will continue to forge ahead while the Eagles will gear up with a talented cast of underclassmen for the 2011 season.

Read more: Eagles and Drifters clash at Monroe Park

W&L boys win NN cross country championship

Washington & Lee High School hosted the Northern Neck District meet last Thursday on an unusually warm October day.  Chandlers’ course, which is known for its hills and its variety of scenic views, took on 2 inches of rain the night before.
“Our course could take the rain, but we were more concerned with our hills and the bridge, especially by the third race,” Lady Eagles coach Cindy Flickinger said.  Their were three races: Developmental, girls varsity and boys varsity.

Read more: W&L boys win NN cross country championship

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