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  • Phoebus again is unstoppable, whips Gloucester 65-13

    That goose egg Gloucester posted last week against Warwick, Phoebus coach Bill Dee knew, was something of a fluke. Until that night, the Dukes were averaging nearly 300 yards of total offense. And they feature one of the most dangerous players in the...
  • Five talking points

    1. Phoebus won this game at the line of scrimmage. Offensively, the Phantoms averaged 5.5 yards per rushing attempt and had 22 first downs. Defensively, Phoebus allowed 1.3 yards per carry and picked up only four first downs, three by penalty. And for...
  • Phoebus rolls past Hampton 42-6

    The philosophy was as obvious as it was simple. Two tight ends, a stacked I-formation in the backfield … and 270-pound Dominik Davenport at fullback. Phoebus was going to run, run, run until Hampton stopped it. And the Crabbers never did, at...
  • Phantoms still rolling

    The rain that ruined Menchville's homecoming parade was predictable. The demolition by Phoebus at Friday night's game was an absolute certainty. The Phantoms scored on their first eight possessions, held Menchville to minus-42 total yards and had a...
  • Boyd's first visit of new recruiting process: Tennessee

    With his travel schedule already starting to fill up since announcing last Sunday he was backing off his commitment to West Virginia, Phoebus High's Tajh Boyd knows what he's looking for, but he doesn't know where to find it yet. Boyd, a 6-foot, 210-...
  • Defense, special teams fuel Phoebus

    Defense, special teams fuel Phoebus
    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....
  • My picks for PD notables

    The final weekend of the regular season is upon us, and the Peninsula District coaches will meet next week to choose the players and coach of the year. Here's one semi-educated opinion on who should win. (Disclaimer: These picks were made before the...
  • Another Phoebus rout: Phantoms 77, Denbigh 0

    Phoebus linebacker LoVante' Battle couldn't believe what he was seeing. "When I looked up there," he said, "I thought they were playing with the scoreboard, or something." That would have been one explanation. Instead, it was a perfect (or imperfect,...
  • Phoebus cruises again, beats Churchland 63-6

    HAMPTON - Phoebus's 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,...
  • Retirement isn't Smith's option play

    The third quarter had just expired Saturday, and his Hampton Crabbers led by four touchdowns. But one of Mike Smith's offensive linemen had whiffed on a block, and the "old geezer" of a head coach was not pleased. "I'm gonna hit you in the mouth,"...
  • This defense never rests

    This defense never rests
    There was nothing Green Run coach Shawn Wilson saw last Friday night that shocked him. He knew what to expect and, to a degree, when to expect it. And yet, there was nothing he could do. The Stallions had 31 total yards and four first downs in a humbling...
  • Phantoms keep rolling along

    Phantoms keep rolling along
    Still unbeaten and still untested, Phoebus rolled into the Division 5 Eastern Region final by smothering Green Run 47-0 Friday night. The No. 2 seeded Phantoms (12-0) will face unbeaten and top-seeded Lake Taylor next Friday night at 7:30 at Harbor...