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A Washington and Lee player (right) looks to defend against Northumberland’s Daquan Blue.

Boys basketball team takes a couple of big wins

Posted on January 29, 2015 at 8:36 am

Two big Conference 43 wins kept the Indians in the hunt for both a conference regular season title and a shot at Region 1A play.  Wednesday, the Lancaster Red Devils came to town for a battle royale.  It was just that, with a packed gym and the Indians hanging on for a 60-58 win.  On Friday, they took their basketball act to Washington and Lee and came home with a

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  • Battle for the Buoy winners

    Posted on January 28, 2015 at 9:11 am

    The Northumberland wrestlers with the Battle for the Buoy trophy.

    Tuesday night was a special night for the Northumberland wrestling team.  It was their first and probably only home match, it was Senior Night and they won the Battle for the Buoy trophy. The Indians fielded a team of ten wrestlers and took advantage of Washington and Lee’s missing weight classes to take the trophy back, 54-18. Recording wins for the Indians, with their weight classes, were Dalton Jewell (106),

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  • Wrestlers at Stuarts Draft Rumble

    Posted on January 7, 2015 at 8:36 am

    Noah Kramer gave a gutsy effort by pinning his opponent.

    The Northumberland wrestling team took the opening week of Christmas break to travel to Stuarts Draft for their annual tournament.  The Stuarts Draft Holiday Rumble is the biggest team tournament the Indian grapplers have ever participated in, with fifteen teams altogether. Being the only 1A school present was a disadvantage against larger schools up to 5A in classification.  But what cost the Indians the most was five missing weight classes. 

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  • 2013 Stars of Tomorrow Baseball & Softball Tournament

    Posted on August 9, 2013 at 3:00 pm

    The Stars of Tomorrow Baseball & Softball Tournament, featuring some of the rising talent from around the area, began on Aug. 8 at Dreamfields in Lancaster County. Below are the schedules and scores from the tournament. 12u Boys Thursday Westmoreland def. Northumberland 9-3 Lancaster def. Denbigh 8-5 Northumberland def. Denbigh 14-1 Lancaster def. Westmoreland 7-2 Friday, 6:00 Gloucester vs Essex, Major Boys Field Friday, 8:00 Mathews vs Gloucester, Major Boys Field

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  • Mud run in Kilmarnock, Sept. 14

    Posted on August 5, 2013 at 11:12 am

    The Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA’s Resident Camp, Camp Kekoka is excited to announce they are hosing their first annual Mud Run Saturday Sept. 14 in Kilmarnock. This is a fundraiser to benefit the YMCA/APYC Camp Kekoka’s Guardian Program.  This financial scholarship program, enables children to participate and attend camp, regardless of their family’s ability to pay. The Kekoka Mud Run is a seriously fun 5K run with obstacles! Test your mental

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  • Redskins move closer to Northern Neck

    Posted on July 18, 2013 at 5:42 pm

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    The Washington Redskins announced today practice times for their 2013 training camp, set to take place at the new world-class Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center from July 25 through Aug. 16 in Richmond, Va. The 2013 training camp schedule features 28 practice sessions that will be open to the public highlighted by Fan Appreciation Day on Saturday, Aug. 3. Admission is free for all fans. Practice times range between

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  • RCC recruits for new basketball and soccer teams

    Posted on June 7, 2013 at 5:56 pm

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    In the coming academic year, Rappahannock Community College hopes to start men’s and women’s sports teams in basketball (Fall 2013) and soccer (Spring 2014). Dean Taylor, RCC’s student activities coordinator, has planned meetings to answer questions, measure student interest, and gauge community support for these teams on June 17 (Room 172, Glenns Campus) and June 18 (Warsaw Campus lecture hall). Both meetings are at noon. Current students and new students who

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