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  • 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...
  • Former Phoebus coach Bill Dee joins ODU football staff

    Old Dominion head football coach Bobby Wilder has announced the addition of Christopher Newport assistant and former four-time state championship Phoebus High School coach Bill Dee to the Monarch coaching staff. Dee will serve as the assistant offensive...
  • 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...
  • ODU to focus on fundamentals, defense, special teams in spring practice

    ODU to focus on fundamentals, defense, special teams in spring practice
    Proud as he was of his team's accomplishments last season, Old Dominion football coach Bobby Wilder periodically reminded his players this winter that the program finished second — twice. "We finished second in the league, and we finished second to...
  • Dee grateful for Old Dominion opportunity

    Dee grateful for Old Dominion opportunity
    Bill Dee insisted that there was no timetable, no master plan. He told himself and anyone who would listen that whatever happens, happens, and that he'd be content with any of it. So as Old Dominion's new defensive coordinator sat in his office this...
  • 7 memorable games in the Hampton-Phoebus series

    The schools are separated by precisely 4.1 miles. And together, their football programs have won 10 of the last 15 Group AAA Division 5 state championships. If it's not the best rivalry in the state, well, you'll have to make a strong case for an...
  • Old Dominion's offense starts with consistent, improved line play

    Old Dominion's offense starts with consistent, improved line play
    When Old Dominion center Jeremy Hensley looks to his left and to his right at the line of scrimmage and sees the same compadres with whom he started the season, it's both comfort and blessing. Blessing that he and his offensive line brethren are healthy,...
  • ODU's Wilder shakes up defensive staff, promotes Dee to coordinator

    ODU's Wilder shakes up defensive staff, promotes Dee to coordinator
    Old Dominion coach Bobby Wilder fired defensive coordinator Andy Rondeau and secondary coach Jarod Dodson on Wednesday, the beginning of a shakeup in what he said was his primary area of concern. Wilder elevated offensive line coach Bill Dee to defensive...
  • Extraordinary efforts, individual and collective, carry Phoebus to another state title

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Marching toward a tying, fourth-quarter touchdown against Phoebus on Saturday, South County ran a standard toss sweep. Defensive end Miles Givers' response was anything but. With 270-pound offensive tackle Cody Smith holding...
  • 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...