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The signings continued Wednesday across the area. At Lord Botetourt High School today, a pair of runners sewed up their respective futures. Sprinter Lexie Janney is bound for Roanoke College in the fall, while distance runner Taylor Cline is on her...
These are good times for Kevin Barnes. The recent Grafton High graduate is only a few months removed from the best basketball game of his life: a 24-point performance, including 6 of 7 3-pointers, in the 70-69 overtime loss to Christiansburg in the AA...
Tags: Sports, College Basketball, Basketball
Have these guys even turned in their baseball, track or soccer uniforms yet? The dust is just settling on the Bay Rivers District spring sports season that ended seven weeks ago, and, for most of the 10 district schools, Monday marks the official...
Tags: Thomas Smith, Football, Sports, College Baseball
Inside the BRD: VMI and Citadel are first Division I scholarship offers for Grafton basketball star Elijah MooreGrafton High forward Elijah Moore, the Bay Rivers District boys basketball Player of the Year, has received his first Division I scholarship offer. Clippers coach Jeremy Jordan said that Virginia Military Institute offered Moore on Monday. Later in the...
York High opened football practice on Wednesday, a couple of days later than many Bay Rivers District football teams because the Falcons participated last week in the Old Dominion University team camp. Despite the loss of 13 key seniors from last year's...
Tags: Old Dominion University, Football, Sports
The University of Virginia and the College of William and Mary are ranked as the nation’s No. 1 and No. 2 public non-service academy colleges in Forbes’ annual America’s Top Colleges report. The annual list of the nation’s top 650...
A Virginia Beach-based team including Yorktown's Ana Bossman swept five matches over the weekend to capture the women's 4.0-rated crown in the USTA Mid-Atlantic Section's Adult League Championships. The four-day tournament -- based at Huntington Park,...
A rule that requires juniors to live on campus this year has Christopher Newport University doubling and tripling more dorm rooms to handle the influx of students. The rule kicked in with this year's third-year students, who were told about it before...
The Bay Rivers District will send some of its largest numbers of players ever to the Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star Games, set for July 9-13 in Newport News and Hampton. Below is a list of players listedon the East rosters for each...
Inside the BRD: Poquoson's Maggie Tyler selected AA State Softball Pitcher of the Year - all-state team announcedMaggie Tyler, a Virginia Tech signee who led Poquoson High to the state semifinals for the second time in three seasons, has been selected the 2012 Group AA Softball Pitcher of the Year. Tyler had a 25-3 pitching record this season for the Islanders,...
Tags: Softball, Minor League Baseball, William Byrd, Sports, Baseball
The firestorm surrounding the presidency at the University of Virginia highlights the legal and political reality of leading a university, say current and former board members of local colleges. The lack of consensus among U.Va.'s Board of Visitors after...
He's king of the jungle gym. Geoff Morehart paces around a section of the work-out arena at Onelife Fitness in Newport News. He "owns" the space, about 30 feet by 50 feet, that's separated from the basketball court by a fierce-looking black chain-link...
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