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Monroe Park, in Colonial Beach was humming with pride, as the Drifters varsity baseball team opened the Northern District baseball season with a 6-5 victory over Washington & Lee. In front of a packed stadium, the Drifters rallied for two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to tie the game at 5-5. Later in the bottom of
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On April 27, King George High School softball player (pitcher, outfielder), Savannah Nalls and her mother, Wendy will embark on their third World T.E.A.M. Sports (The Exceptional Athlete Matters) Face of America 110-mile bike ride, from Arlington to Gettysburg, Pa. The ride commemorates the U.S. military by honoring active duty, disabled, and able-bodied American veterans.
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High schools in King George, Westmoreland and Colonial Beach are facing possible budget cuts for the fifth time in five years and athletic directors are concerned about the impact the budget reductions are having on the mentoring relationships their coaches have with student athletes.
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Her signature is speed, and endurance. By winning the 50-yard freestyle event in the Virginia Age Group Championship, Potomac Elementary school student, and Massad YMCA Ray year-round swimmer,,Caroline Bentz has the unique distinction of being the fastest 10-year old swimmer in the state. Her time of 27.47 placed her 11 seconds faster than her
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The day was filled with highlights for the host team as Washington & Lee ran away with their own invitational wrestling tournament, The Montrossity IV, for the first time ever. They went 5-0 on the day, rolling over Essex (66-18), King George (54-28), Mills Godwin (57-18), and Amelia (68-12) in their pool, then besting runner-up Caroline County 47-27 in the final match. Beyond the scores and the decidedly dominant performance, though, lies a much more powerful truth about the value of sport and the growth of young men and women through competition.
The opening match versus Essex was less than inspiring despite the one-sided score.