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  • Jamestown's boys soccer team best poised in Bay Rivers for return to spring state title game

    Jamestown's boys soccer team best poised in Bay Rivers for return to spring state title game
    Following a rare spring in 2011, when the Bay Rivers District failed to bring home a Group AA state championship, Jamestown High’s boys soccer team put the league back on top of the state in the school year’s final season with a 4-3 win over...
  • Trevor Times' many friends remember his upbeat ways in golf, life

    Trevor Times' many friends remember his upbeat ways in golf, life
    As a coach of 13 years, Doug Meredith has given plenty of speeches, but nothing prepared him for what he had to say to his Jamestown golf squad the morning after one of their own drowned. Trevor Times, 18, was with most of his teammates at College Creek,...
  • BOYS SOCCER: Striker savors title, storybook season for Jamestown

    BOYS SOCCER: Striker savors title, storybook season for Jamestown
    If Patrick Kelly could have written the script himself, this is the way it would have gone. A school record, Player of the Year honors — that's honors, as in plural — and, of course, a state championship. Wait … there is one thing he'd...
  • Kinney comes up big in York's upset of Jamestown

    Tajee Harley's goal was the back-breaker, but the ones Ben Kinney prevented were just as huge. Harley put York's 2-0 upset of Jamestown in the Bay Rivers District semifinals away with a breakaway goal with 17:42 left in the second half, and Falcons...
  • Peninsula District standouts named to VHSCA all-star games

    The East-West showdown in football is the highlight of every Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star week. The East’s fortunes in this year’s game will depend mightily on the performance of the Peninsula District, which put nine...
  • Jamestown boys, Tabb girls earn Group AA state berths with wins in the Region I soccer semifinals

    A stress fracture in his back kept Hunter Hartnett out of Jamestown's soccer games for weeks, but there was no way the senior was missing this one. Hartnett scored two goals as the Eagles avenged their only loss of the season, beating York 3-0 in...
  • Jamestown boys continue Region I soccer dominance, beat Tabb 5-2

    WILLIAMSBURG — The Jamestown boys soccer team, finishing a game that started Friday before thunderstorms caused a postponement, successfully won their fifth consecutive Region I title, defeating Tabb 5-2 at Wanner Stadium. Starting where last...
  • Draft charter limits wage increases [corrected]

    COSTA MESA — The City Council could not give itself a raise or increase city workers' benefits without voter approval, according to a draft city charter introduced Tuesday. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version incorrectly said...
  • Year in Review: Bay Rivers District

    From the drama of last-second shots, receptions and goals, to the joy of state championships – for Tabb's field hockey and boys swim teams, and Jamestown's boys soccer team – the Bay Rivers District offered a little bit of everything during...
  • Jamestown's Geyer steps into spotlight at VHSCA boys all-star game

    Jamestown's Geyer steps into spotlight at VHSCA boys all-star game
    NEWPORT NEWS — Before the season, Jamestown soccer coach Bobby O'Brien informed Patrick Kelly that he would be a forward, moving him up from being a defensive midfielder. The move shifted Dan Geyer back from forward to midfielder, taking a more...
  • Ten Minutes For a Lifetime

    Ten Minutes For a Lifetime
    Ten minutes doesn’t always change a lifetime but in my case it did. It was that amount of time I had given myself to run up the 36 floors of the One America Building in the Bop to the Top event one year ago. Thirty six floors, 790 steps and 500...
  • Astral Weeks: An unexpected, and welcome, DeLillo discovery

    Astral Weeks: An unexpected, and welcome, DeLillo discovery
    In Don DeLillo's latest novel, the weirdly exciting "Point Omega," a character is "trying to read science fiction but nothing she'd read so far could begin to match ordinary life on this planet ... for sheer unimaginableness." With another writer, you...