Sydney Whittaker’s 15 kills lifted Fredericksburg Christian over Trinity Christian, 29-31, 25-14, 19-25, 25-23, 15-13, in the Delaney Athletic Conference volleyball championship on Friday.
Eastern View cruised past visiting James Monroe on Thursday night, 49–7, and celebrated with fireworks, team pictures, and the Battlefield District championship trophy.
When Massaponax is discussed by Fredericksburg–area football observers, the triple-option offense is often the primary topic.
Spotsylvania’s Rachel Detore earned medalist honors with a 42 Monday to lead the Knights past King George and Culpeper in a high school golf tri-match on Meadows Farms Golf Course’s Island Nine.
Rachel Detore shot a 42 to win medalist honors and lead Spotsylvania to a 213-220 golf win on the front nine at Fredericksburg Country Club on Wednesday.
It’s typically a hard sell for an all-state quarterback to join a private school football program entering its first year of existence.
On a visit home this past weekend, Carson Bell spotted a few of his former Washington & Lee teammates milling about the football field and felt a sudden impulse to join them.
Alexis Clark took a well-deserved break last week when she vacationed with her family in Florida. The recent James Monroe graduate needed a breather after an exhaustive 2017–18 school year in which she competed for five different athletic teams.
Miguel Hernandez doesn’t need any medical training to diagnose the anxiety he induced in droves of defenders during his James Monroe career.
The two components that have made Megan Watts a star forward for Mountain View’s soccer team were on display at the end of the Commonwealth District championship game last month.
One summer about a dozen years ago, the Harpers arrived early at their Outer Banks vacation cottage. To kill time until check-in, Brian Harper retrieved his son’s Wiffle ball and bat from the car and proceeded to pitch to him in the driveway.
When Nana Asiedu attended the Penn State football program’s annual spring game in April, he was giddy to be on campus with future teammates, coaches and fans.
Massaponax, Spotsylvania and Culpeper would move up in classification and Orange will move down next fall under the Virginia High School League’s recommended 2019–23 realignment plan.
Alexis Clark kept her eye on the rest of the state and the nation for motivation. Jaekob Vollbrecht didn’t have to look beyond his own school.
When Jay Baker was in the second grade, a youth basketball coach asked if he and his twin brother, Chris, wanted to try out lacrosse in the spring.
Mikayla Cunney and Marshall Wood blitzed through the tennis competition in the Fredericksburg area this past season.
The T–shirt that Courtland athletic director Ronnie Lowman awarded to 61 athletes at the school’s recent spring banquet bears the words “triple threat.”
Despite two social media videos proclaiming he’s back as the baseball and girls basketball coach at Orange High School, David Rabe hasn’t been reinstated to the positions after an 18-week suspension.
As Colonial Forge junior Zack Kindel was rounding the final curve of the 1,600-meter relay at New Balance Nationals Outdoor on Sunday, he had one thought in mind.
Another year of exposure and an opportunity to get stronger and more disciplined enticed Caroline graduate David Ware to join the Fork Union Military Academy postgraduate basketball team.
SALEM—From time to time, John Snyder would dust off the VHS tape and summon his son Eugene down to the basement for a showing of the family’s favorite home movie.
GLEN ALLEN—It seemed a foregone conclusion after Prince George exploded for seven first-inning runs in Saturday’s Class 5 softball championship game. Brooke Point’s quest for the first state title in history seemed doomed.
SALEM—When Loudoun County’s Devon Balac sent a seemingly harmless corner kick toward the Courtland net, two of the Cougars’ defenders signaled that they had responsibility to get it away from the goal.
SALEM—As Courtland freshman Madison McDermott had her shot on goal stymied in the 70th minute of the VHSL Class 4 state soccer semifinals on Friday, teammate Katelyn Ignudo found herself in prime position for the rebound.
SALEM—Kylie McKeen knew supporters of her Spotsylvania girls soccer team intended their frequent refrain as a compliment, but the first-year coach viewed it as a swipe nonetheless.
SALEM—A third straight unsettling defeat in the final two rounds of the state tournament hasn’t left Chancellor boys soccer coach Mike Webb feeling weary.
SALEM—The chain was just sitting there in the dugout. With its metallic heft and many links, Spotsylvania’s Blake Boggs and Trevor Croson decided it would make the perfect necklace—an accessory for RBIs, if you will.
James Monroe’s Marshall Wood and Noah Adams advanced to the final of the VHSL Class 3 state boys doubles tournament at Roanoke College on Friday, but lost in straight sets.