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The Foxes have the potential to do something special this season. Currently, the varsity Foxes baseball is atop the Battlefield District with a record of 3-0, 6-0. Last week King George added two more district wins to their record in the form of shutouts against Eastern View and Culpeper. Thus far this season, the Foxes pitching staff has only given up five runs.
Where there is smoke, the Foxes have proven by their work ethic, that there certainly is fire within every aspect of their approach to the game. “It’s a joy to come to practice to see them work hard,” Fox varsity baseball head coach, Thad Reviello said. “They are extremely competitive in practice. They understand what we want them to do; there is no secret to this.”
On Tuesday, amid cool temperatures, the Foxes hosted Eastern View. Homeruns, solid defense, and outstanding pitching are the three attributes that can best sum up the Foxes’ fifth game of the season.
In the bottom of the first inning, Damion Carroll go the ball rolling for King George with a double over third base. Two batters, and an out later, Zak Kegley followed
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 February 2012 16:26
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The varsity Lady Drifters (6-4, 15-9) basketball season ended last Thursday, with a 45-39 loss to Appomattox Governor’s School (8-2, 13-13). Ja’Kara White led Appomattox with 22 points, 13 rebounds, seven steals, and two blocks. Caneishia Fulcher posted 24 points for the Drifters.
Although Appomattox lost to the Rappahannock Raiders, 41-40 on the following Saturday, they earned a bid to play East Rockingham in the VHSL State Quarterfinals, at
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On Thursday, at the Drifterdome, for the second season in a row, the Colonial Beach girls’ junior varsity basketball team finished the season on top. In front of a packed crowd, the Drifters defeated Washington & Lee, 30-9. Meghan Seaman and McKenzie Conway both lead the Drifters with nine points apiece. Deniya Newman contributed to the win as she added nine points, and three assists.
The first quarter must have been a blur for the visiting Washington & Lee Eagles girls’ junior varsity basketball team, as the Drifters score 10 unanswered points in the first two and a half minutes. Eagle players Amy Saunders, and Kadeigh Gray combined for five points to close out the quarter.
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They saved their best for last. On Saturday, in front of a partisan Knight crowd, in the hostile confines of Spotsylvania High School (SHS), the Foxes (12-3, 18-5) stepped into district history by winning the JV Battlefield District championship for the second year in a row. After defeating the Spotsylvania Knights (12-3, 16-5) by 20 points (58-38), the King George High School boys’ junior varsity basketball team left no doubt in the minds of anyone, that they are simply the best junior varsity boys’ basketball team the area.
During the season, the Foxes split victories with the Knights; losing by one point at the Foxes
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King George native, and Golden Gloves boxing athlete Paul Jerry has a whole new perspective on life now that he has experienced the culture of Northern Ireland.
Most recently, a Washington, D.C. area delegation of boxers, the Belfast Beltway Boxing Project, and coaches that featured Jerry and his father and personal coach, Anthony Murrill, were given an opportunity to box and tour Belfast Northern Ireland. The mission for the American team was