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W&L will count on defensive veterans

W&L will count on defensive veterans

Linemen, quickness are keys for Eagles’ squad

Washington & Lee’s new varsity football coach, To...

Outmanned Drifters have playoffs in sight

Outmanned Drifters have playoffs in sight

Most of team will be forced to play offense, defense

With their backs against the wall the Drifters...

KG football reloads, eyes another big year

KG football reloads, eyes another big year

King George High School has returned for another season of action-packed varsity football.

With the ...

The rise of Shiloh Park: a recreational sports Mecca

The rise of Shiloh Park: a recreational sports Mecca

It takes a different kind of athlete to get up 5 a.m. to prepare to run 50k (31 miles) through the r...

Eagles new head coach pleased with team’s progress

Eagles new head coach pleased with team’s progress

Todd Jones, the legendary new coach of the Washington & Lee Eagles, has just been on the job for...

Famed Virginia Major League Baseball catcher Foiles signs books at Colonial Beach

Famed Virginia Major League Baseball catcher Foiles signs books at Colonial Beach

Hank Foiles, a Virginia native who was a major league baseball all-star catcher for legendary pitche...

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The heart and soul of CB Drifter pride

Black & Gold pride thrives in the Drifter heartland! Longtime cheerleading head coach Jennifer Grigsby has her program headed in the right direction. After winning the Northern Neck District Championship for the past two seasons in a row, the Colonial Beach High School competition team is back to take on the best programs in

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Leeland Station captures RSL Nationals Division Finals

On Saturday, at Regency Park swimming pool, the summer swim season ended on a sweet note for Leeland Station, as they won the Rappahannanock Swim League National Division Finals Championship. Leeland Station featured four triple winners, who contributed to a commanding 884.5 point performance. Their closest competitor was the Eden Estates Eels with 751 points.

Leeland Station joined the undefeated (5-0) and championshvip ranks of the following RSL teams: Massad YMCA (Battlefield); Curtis Park (Patriot); Regency Park (American).

Twelve-year-old Matt Hopkins established a new RSL yard record for boys 11-12, as finished the 50-yard butterfly with a time of 27.47. Steven Loccisando of Chancellor held the previous record during the 2001 RSL season.

Team totals included: Leeland Station, 885.5; Eden Estates, 751; Spotswood, 735; Salem Fields, 664.5; Lake Wilderness, 564; Hopyard, 211.
Triple Nationals Division Finals winners included: Kristen Reed, Leeland Station, 100-yard IM, 1:17.22, 50-yard freestyle, 29.77, 50-yard

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IJSBA Watercraft National Tour debuts at Colonial Beach

Last weekend, the mad rush for speed was all the rage at Colonial Beach. For the second year in a row, Colonial Beach became the setting for high-speed watercraft races, this time hosting the Upstate Watercraft Promotions - International Jet Sports Boating Association’s Liberty Cup. Colonial Beach was the sixth stop for IJSBA’s eight-city tour.  Using pure speed and adrenaline, professional and novice watercraft racers revved up their engines before speeding out amongst a series of buoys that were stationed in the Potomac River, adjacent to the Colonial Beach Town Pier.

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University of Mary Washington club set to host triathlon

The outcry against the abduction of children in Northern Uganda has a strong voice in the form of the University of Mary Washington (UMW) chapter of Invisible Children. Through the efforts of UMW senior Travis Bishop and the staff of Invisible Children, a triathlon has been organized to raise money against the ongoing Ugandan travesty. The event format is a 300-meter swim, 3.7-mile bike race, and will end in a 1.2 mile run around the UMW campus. 

The event is scheduled to take place on main campus on Oct. 9. All proceeds will be donated to the construction of schools and dormitories for the children of Uganda.

Athletes interested in competing in the triathlon should contact Bishop at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. A website is currently under construction with the primary goal to

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Molly Roohi thrives in annual 3Sport Triathlon

For the second consecutive year, Molly Roohi ruled the west Richmond street-sides and became the top women’s finisher in the annual 3Sports Triathlon,  proving that she is one of the fastest triathletes in the state.

The 30-year old King George resident finished with an overall time of 58.23. After trailing Richmond resident Renee Kunnen by four seconds in the swim portion, Roohi passed Kunnen by 28 seconds in the bike event. She later extended her lead over Kunnen by 1-minute and 23 seconds to win the triathlon.

The triathlon featured a 300-meter swim, or six laps in the Shady Grove YMCA indoor pool, a 20K bike race and a 5K run through the streets of Glen Allen. 354 athletes participated from around the country to compete in the yearly event.

Roohi is a perennial endurance champion, who recently won the Pohanka Nissan Hyundai YMCA Colonial Beach Sprint Triathlon. Last year, after an undefeated season, she was rated first overall in women’s

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