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It’s been quite a ride this past five years for 27 year old King George native Jermon Bushrod. A multi sport athlete and 2002 graduate of King George High School, Bushrod then attended Towson University.
A standout at left tackle for the Towson Tigers throughout his college career, Bushrod was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the fourth round of the 2007 NFL Draft. For the first two seasons Bushrod sat on the bench backing up the Saints All-pro left tackle Jammal Brown.
When Brown went down with an injury in 2009 Bushrod assumed the starting left tackle slot and hasn’t looked
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Throughout their athletic careers, Jomeishia and Caneishia Fulcher have played a huge role in the success of Drifter sports. From playing recreation to varsity basketball, the position of court general (point guard/shooting guard) has always been a part of their repertoire of skills.
Caneishia currently leads the team in points with 65, while averaging 9.3 points per game. She also averages 7.3 assists, 3.4 steals, 1.1 blocks, and 9.9 rebounds per game. Jomeisha has scored a total of 26 points, while averaging
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 December 2011 23:10
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Last Thursday, after defeating the Washington & Lee basketball team (1-2), 65-51, at the Foxes Den - the KGHS gymnasium, the Foxes extended their regular season record to 4-1. The victory completed a seasonal varsity sweep of the Foxes’ Northern Neck District boys basketball adversary.
Earlier this season, the Eagles lost to the Foxes, 71-41 on their home court. Foxes forwards, L.J. Baylor (23 points) and Damion Carroll (14) both scored in double figures, while Chris Henry scored 16 points, and recorded 10 rebounds for the Eagles.
On Friday, after enduring two straight losses, the Eagles bounced back to defeat King William, 78-64. Chris Henry led the Eagles with 32 points, while Wallace McDowney and Chris Henry scored in double figures.
In the first quarter, the Foxes posted a 9-3 run courtesy of scores from L.J. Baylor,
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2011 15:29
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The sky is the limit for every aspect of King George High School varsity boys’ basketball.
After a taste of winning a District 4, Region I basketball title, and a visit to the VHSL Group AA, Division 4 State Quarterfinals, the Foxes varsity boys’ basketball program has reloaded with the familiar focus of pushing every team to the brink of oblivion. After the triple overtime lost to Liberty-Bealton, Foxes second year head coach Joshua Luzier promised his team would be back.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 November 2011 17:46
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Ready or not the winter sports season is here. After two scrimmages with Great Mills and Middlesex, the Drifters girls varsity basketball team is ready to take on the best in area basketball. In fact, on Wednesday, Nov. 30, the Drifters will host King & Queen at the Drifterdome for their regular season opener.
While the Drifters have lost three key members of the starting lineup to graduation - 1,000 point club and All-Regional player Melissa Turner, and the scrappy combo of Danielle Galloway and Destiny Smith - they gain a core group of athletes who have the capability of running the floor for four straight quarters without taking a breather. “I like the overall team speed,” Drifter varsity girls head coach Keith