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  • Lafayette's girls beat No. 2 York

    Lafayette's girls beat No. 2 York
    Coming into its first-round Bay Rivers District tournament matchup with York (14-8), Lafayette planned on attacking the hole in the center of the Falcons' defense. Little did the Rams know that hole was going to get a whole lot bigger. Lafayette (9-11)...
  • Jamestown boys earn Region I track title; Eagles' girls place second

    Jamestown coach Howard Townsend did not trust the math. He thought his girls had locked up the Group AA Region I indoor track and field title before the 4x400-meter relay, but he did not know King George's win in the triple jump would edge the Eagles out...
  • Woodside girls win first Peninsula District title in school history

    Woodside girls win first Peninsula District title in school history
    Up three with 40 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, Alecia Bell had a chance to give Woodside's girls a four-point lead. But Bell missed the free throw, prompting her to sprint down the court to catch Warwick's Diana Gregory from behind and swat...
  • Region I Division 3: Bruton girls lose 61-57 to James Monroe

    Bruton's Amber Warner shot out toward the 3-point line, her team down by three with 18 seconds remaining. The play was designed with multiple options, but the entire gym knew the girl with 18 second-half points, the one who almost single-handedly led...
  • Williamsburg Christian's basketball teams keep the faith, win both Metro Conference tournaments

    John Perkins preached faith. Not a spiritual faith, mind you, although they have plenty of that at Williamsburg Christian Academy, where Perkins is athletic director and girls basketball coach. No, Perkins was preaching a faith in the possible, a belief...
  • York holds off Smithfield 24-18, Norman rushes for 141 yards

    After allowing 374 rushing yards versus Poquoson last week, the York defense figured they would have to keep Smithfield from scoring on the ground Friday. Who knew the Falcon's defense would do a little scoring of its own? York defeated Smithfield 24-...
  • Norfolk State earns first MEAC championship after 47-14 win at Morgan State

    It took Norfolk State 14 years to put itself in a position to win a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championship. It took the Spartans five minutes to clinch it. Norfolk State defeated Morgan State 47-14 Saturday thanks to a 17-point scoring flurry in...
  • Cards scored big in '04

    If the Arizona Cardinals always drafted as well as they did in 2004, they wouldn't be the Arizona Cardinals. The 2004 draft is a big reason the NFL's longtime losers are in their first Super Bowl. The Cardinals picked Pitt receiver Larry Fitzgerald in...
  • Sept. 13 Q&A: Menchville's Holt sisters double the talent

    As a junior, Menchville setter Jordan Holt thought about giving up volleyball but couldn't do it, if for no other reason than to keep breakfast from becoming awkward. Jordan couldn't quit because her twin sister, Melissa, an outside hitter who also plays...
  • Sept. 20 Q&A: HRA junior Jolie Kipper likes buffet of activities

    Hampton Roads Academy junior outside hitter Jolie Kipper is always moving. Whether it is on the volleyball court, hosting a German exchange student or going to and from her family's beach house in North Carolina, Kipper is always on the go. It only makes...
  • CNU defense clinches thriller, a 3OT win over Salisbury

    — On family weekend, Christopher Newport refused to let go. Turnovers, failed fourth-down conversions and an injury to senior starting quarterback Matt Long all could have derailed CNU, but the Captains persevered to engineer a 27-21 triple-...
  • Inquisitive IB kid set up for success

    Robin Turner's favorite class at Warwick High School is IB Theory of Knowledge, in which the students ask questions such as "What is Truth?" Well, on the volleyball court, the truth is Turner has been pretty darn good. A four-year starter for Warwick (1-...