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There will be no victory parade, no Sports Illustrated commemorative issue, and Melvin Moore won't be rewarded with a lifetime contract. But Menchville's 3-7 season, capped with a 9-3 shocker over Kecoughtan on Saturday, had some positive moments. Not...
Tags: Sports Illustrated, Sports, Hampton Roads, Football
For Phoebus, after an undefeated but rocky 10 weeks, the Drive for Five is on. No team in VHSL history has won five consecutive championships at any level, and the Phantoms are out to make history. Hampton has won a state-record 17 championships, 12...
Sun ReporterOnly days after Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Johnson talked about hitting Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis in the mouth, the Ravens showed they could take their divisional rival's best shot and survive. After ambushing the Bengals for two touchdowns in...
Tags: Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Samari Rolle, Steve McNair, AFC North
Sun ReporterThe Ravens took another major step on their road back to the playoffs yesterday by making a detour down memory lane. From another blocked field goal in Music City to Steve McNair re-connecting with Derrick Mason for a game-winning touchdown on their...
HAMPTON — You’d never know it to look at him now, but once upon a time Marshawn Williams was a couch potato who spent his days playing video games. That, pretty much, was the extent of his physical activity. Today, he’s a 16-year-old...
Tags: Sports, David Wilson, NFL Draft, Virginia Tech Hokies, Football
50 YEARS Petoskey fell to Rogers City, 39-20, in a Huron Straits Conference football game. The Northmen matched the Hurons in the first half led by a Tom Riggs 59-yard rushing touchdown and two Jerry Hand 1-yard plunges. Rogers City was too much in...
It was an eventful Week Seven in the Peninsula District. And not because of what happened on the field. On Wednesday, his team off to an 0-6 start, Sonny Merchant resigned as Gloucester's head coach. It's not something he wanted to do, he said. It was...
Tags: Sports, Football, Jeff Nelson
Robert Griffin III isn’t the type of quarterback to run out of bounds, and Sean Weatherspoon knew it. The Atlanta Falcons linebacker kept up the pursuit and went for the tackle. His upper body rammed into the helmet of the rookie who doesn’t...
Daily PressHAMPTON -- Let's see, what else was in the news that day? President Nixon Promises 'New Prosperity' Busing, Integration Get Off To Peaceful Start Harmon Killebrew's Grand Slam Leads Twins Over A's ABC To Air Jackson 5ive Cartoon. Closer to home,...
Ravens fans placated by the NFL’s decision to award the franchise with three prime-time games at M&T Bank Stadium may raise their hackles when they read an analysis piece on NFL.com. Gregg Rosenthal, the website’s Around the League editor,...
OFFENSE QUARTERBACK - Alex Johnston - York - senior. His stellar senior year for the district champion Falcons included 1,860 passing yards for 21 TDs, and 552 rushing yards and 14 TDs. RUNNING BACK - Tony Pittman - Phoebus - junior. After...
IndySportsNationEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Too much polish, too much poise and too much defensive pressure was way too much for the Atlanta Falcons to overcome Sunday, and the New York Giants broke open a tight contest in the second half on their way to a 24-2 playoff...
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