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Bill Dee

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  • Woodside's Mike Tallon: I need some time off

    Plain and simple, Mike Tallon needed a break. He loves coaching, he loves the kids. But he's not as young as he used to be, and he needs a break. That was the sole reason behind Tallon's decision to step down as Woodside's softball coach after 11...
  • Tyree Lee is the latest Big Man On Campus at Tailback High

    HAMPTON — Sometimes the role goes to the young prodigy, who grasps it and never lets go. Sometimes it's handed to the next in line, who had paid his dues to get there. Either way, it's a coronation. To play tailback at Phoebus, which has turned out...
  • Finished business: Phoebus caps marvelous yeer by whipping Dinwiddie 27-13

    Different championships have different origins. For Phoebus, which was bounced from last year's playoffs in such crushing fashion, this one was 12 months in the making. It was Dec. 1, 2007, when the Phantoms lost to Stone Bridge in a Group AAA Division 5...
  • A second-quarter KO, Phoebus routs Churchland 63-7

    Phoebus' first game in the single-elimination portion of its schedule looked a lot like the first 10 games: rout at halftime; running clock in the second half; rest the starters and play the reserves. The No. 2 seed Phantoms stalled early, but revved...
  • Defense, special teams fuel Phoebus past Kecoughtan 48-0

    Of all the sights Phoebus coach Bill Dee wanted to see in the final minutes of another running-clock blowout, his star quarterback catapulting himself - a la John Elway in Super Bowl XXXII -into the end zone definitely was not one of them. For that...
  • Yet another Phantom menace unveiled in 48-0 rout of Warwick

    Here's a newsflash the rest of the Peninsula District probably doesn't want to hear: Phoebus just might have found yet another offensive threat. Fullback Chaz Robinson rushed for 89 yards, 79 more than in the season's first three games, and scored...
  • Phoebus streak at a glance: Wins 1-40

    1, Aug. 29, 2008, Phoebus 47, Maury 7: Markell Wilkins, the Phantoms' "X-Factor," scores two touchdowns — including an 85-yard punt return — in a season-opening rout. 2, Sept. 8, 2008, Phoebus 52, Bethel 0: A year earlier, the Phantoms came...
  • Streak inspired by a loss, and a towel

    Streak inspired by a loss, and a towel
    All winning streaks have a beginning. And all beginnings, naturally, follow a loss. For Phoebus, that loss came on Dec. 1, 2007. In the Group AAA Division 5 semifinals on a chilly afternoon in Ashburn, the Phantoms led Stone Bridge 24-14 in the third...
  • Hampton's run still tops

    Blame Curt Newsome if you're a Crabber. Thank him if you're a Phantom. Newsome coached the only two football teams that beat Hampton High from September 1995 to Thanksgiving 1999. He played on Phoebus' first varsity team, returned as an assistant and...
  • Our preview: Phoebus ready to face rival Stone Bridge (located nearly 200 miles away) for the Division 5 state championship

    Our preview: Phoebus ready to face rival Stone Bridge (located nearly 200 miles away) for the Division 5 state championship
    As the game clock reached triple zeroes and its semifinal win became official, Stone Bridge's players turned their attention to the following week's championship game. And their presumed opponent: Phoebus. "Nobody had told us their score," Bulldogs coach...
  • Tevin Mcgougan has helped lift the Phoebus defense to another level

    Tevin Mcgougan has helped lift the Phoebus defense to another level
    HAMPTON -- He's big, strong and mean -- to opposing linemen, running backs and quarterbacks, anyway. So how did he come to earn the nickname "Goo-Goo?" "Coach Dee gave it to me," said Phoebus defensive tackle Tevin Mcgougan, referring to former...
  • Inside the PD: Move to FBS lands ODU two Peninsula recruits

    Inside the PD: Move to FBS lands ODU two Peninsula recruits
    Phoebus defensive end Mark Wilson's scholarship offers included one from a Big Ten school. Hampton safety Daquin Moore was considering two teams that had made the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs last fall. But in the end, Old Dominion's bold...