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  • Inside the PD: Freshman takes the reins at Phoebus

    For what might be the first time in program history, Phoebus plans to start a freshman at quarterback in its season opener. Phantoms coach Stan Sexton said that Terrell Toliver has been declared QB1 for Friday night's game against Warwick at Darling...
  • ODU's Wilder expects tight game against local rival Hampton

    Old Dominion head coach Bobby Wilder has an idea what to expect from Hampton University after facing the Pirates for the past two years. What he knows is that he'd rather play them at this time of the season than later. The Pirates and new offensive...
  • Alonzo Coley brings a winner's perspective to Kecoughtan football

    Alonzo Coley brings a winner's perspective to Kecoughtan football
    HAMPTON — Driving to football practice one morning, Alonzo Coley instinctively made the right turn onto Ireland Street. Like so many times before. "I was on autopilot, man" he laughs. Understandable. But Coley is now the head football coach at...
  • Daily Press rewind: Coaches worry about more shootings

    When Phoebus High football coach Bill Dee learned that Maury High running back Charles Humphrey was shot and killed last week in Norfolk, the memories came pouring back. Fourteen and a half years ago, Dee and the Phoebus community dealt with the shooting...
  • Tested and true

    Tested and true
    A Dallas Cowboys fan, Shawne Alston appreciates how Marion Barber takes over in the fourth quarter. Yet Alston plays for a team that wins on the average by 50 points a game, which means he's usually not needed in the fourth quarter. He had a feeling that...
  • Phantoms call on 'D,' and it answers

    They hadn't played any games like this, games that went deep into the fourth quarter, where every play becomes critical and your focus and your resolve are tested. Phoebus had kneecapped its first 12 opponents on the way to the Peninsula District title...
  • Stan Sexton named Phoebus coach

    Stan Sexton named Phoebus coach
    The man Phoebus wanted all along to replace Bill Dee as head football coach has finally been hired. Stan Sexton, a longtime Phantom assistant before accepting the Warwick head position in 2005, will be taking over the defending Group AAA Division 5...
  • Quietly explosive

    Quietly explosive
    By this point of the season, you've probably heard and/or read that Phoebus has a mighty good defense. Nine shutouts in 13 games, 32 points allowed all season … could it be the best defense ever seen around these parts? But with all that attention,...
  • Clash of Titans II

    Clash of Titans II
    It serves as a constant reminder. Whenever someone is too tired to press on, it's there. Whenever someone even thinks about giving only 98 percent, it's there. If you weren't paying attention as you studied the wall of Phoebus' weight room, you might not...
  • Phantoms deliver early KO

    Phantoms deliver early KO
    Somehow, an unbeaten team that had outscored the opposition by 47 points a game considered itself the underdog Saturday afternoon. And in reality, Phoebus probably was. Stone Bridge was the proud owner not only of a 26-game winning streak, but of last...
  • Phoebus defense plays just too quick, hungry

    They hang their hat on defense over on Ireland Street, which meant that Phoebus' piano wiring of defending state champ Stone Bridge was all the more satisfying. The Phantoms blitzed and smacked and disrupted and smothered darn near everything that...
  • Phoebus report card

    REPORT CARD OFFENSE AThe philosophy was grind-it-out, and it worked. From the opening drive, when Shawne Alston carried on 10 of 12 plays, the Phantoms challenged Dinwiddie to stop the run. And the Generals couldn't. Alston finished with 237 of...