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the FUMA Invitational track meet at the Estes Athletic Center, in Fork Union Military Academy, the Foxes finished on a high note, as the six Fox athletes qualified for Regional post season competition. Terry Santos performance in the 55-meter hurdles (8.66, 3rd) landed him a state qualification.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 January 2010 23:21
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a fitness center for the whole family
Are you ready to take control of your health and well being, and relieve the stress of the daily routine of work? Muhammad’s Boxing and Martial Arts Center (MBMAC) could be the answer the public has been looking for. Punching your way into shape, and starting a new and enriching lifestyle that will ultimately lead you to mental and physical self-improvement, may be the answer many fitness enthusiasts have been looking for.
Located on the main stretch of the business end of King George at 7979 Kings Highway, the center is easy to find. For the past seven months, men and women of all ages have embraced the idea of staying in shape, while learning the finer aspects of self-defense.
Owner and MBMAC instructor Yusuf Muhammad’s short-range business goal was to educate the public on the science of staying in shape while focusing on self-defense. “It was important to me that I make my facility inviting for everybody.” Muhammad said. “I didn’t want the old gym images of spit buckets and people using foul language. I want my clients to be comfortable here, and I want to keep it clean. I demand that everybody respect one another.”
Noteworthy as an accomplished martial arts expert, Muhammad’s qualifications speak volumes about his dedication. He spent 35 years as a law enforcement officer, which included being police chief in the city of Glen Arden, Md. For 10 years, he served as a defensive tactics officer, where he trained police officers on the basics and advanced officer training levels.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 December 2009 23:06
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Washington and Lee’s second annual Montrossity Wrestling Invitational provided an excellent day of wrestling in Montross despite wintry weather and a uniquely disappointing visit from a solid wrestling squad by way of New Jersey. AAA power Brooke Point won the tournament, following in the footsteps of 2008 Montrossity champions and their Commonwealth District rival Mountain View.
Defending AAA state champions Colonial Forge sent a “B” team, which placed a close second and home standing W&L took the third spot.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 November 2009 22:25
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This past weekend at Hunter Field, the three multi-team, tackle football divisions of the King George Youth Athletic Association (KGYAA) entered post-season play.
In the Rookie division, the No. 2 Pride defeated the No. 3 Rattlers to advance to the division championship, while the No. 1 Pirates also advanced to the title game by defeating the No. 4 River Hawks.
In the Junior Division, the No. 2 Warriors advanced to the division championship by defeating the No. 3 Bandits, while the No. 4 Mustangs downed the No. 5 Coyotes to meet the No. 1 Spartans in next week’s semi-final contest.
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 November 2009 22:11
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Basketball fever is hotter than ever before at the College of Southern
Sports Editor Maryland. Since 2008, the connection between the Northern Neck metropolitan area and the CSM’s lady basketball team is growing stronger. With an influx of talent arising from their newest coaches and King George residents, head coach Phil Hempfield and assistant coach Robin Cobb, to Washington & Lee grad and multi-athlete Ashley Farmer, the Northern Neck link to athletics has found a new home.