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Terrin Dickerson (#3, Senior) hitting the ball to the fence.

Drifters fly faster than the Eagles

Posted on April 16, 2014 at 4:00 pm

Last Thursday, the Eagles’ Varsity Baseball team went against the Colonial Beach Drifters on the Washington and Lee field. The Eagles started off the game by striking out the first Drifter to bat. However, as the game progressed, the Eagles’ pitches began to deteriorate, which was a major deciding factor in the outcome of the game. After striking out the first batter, Colonial Beach’s Kamron Smith (#4, Junior) hit the

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  • Chancellor charges past the Eagles

    Posted on April 2, 2014 at 4:00 pm

    Last Thursday, the Eagles Varsity Baseball team faced off against the Chancellor Chargers for their second home game of the season. After a short delay, both teams shared the field in order to warm up for their upcoming match. The most notable player on Chancellor’s team was the big, lean, Jason Morgan (#10), a senior for Chancellor who has already been accepted to play ball in a North Carolina institution

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  • Battle in the Drifter Dome raises funds

    Posted on March 8, 2014 at 2:00 pm

    Colonial Beach and King George faculty and staff faced off in a fundraising basketball battle.

    The staff of Colonial Beach Elementary School and King George Middle School came to battle on the 26th of February in the Drifter Dome. A battle of basketball that is, to help raise money for the CBES Revitalization Fund! King George Middle School Principal Kevin Newman, who is a former CBES principal, coached his faculty to a hard fought 49-46 loss at the end of four quarters. Principal Mary Fisher

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  • Lady Drifters end season on a high note

    Posted on February 19, 2014 at 3:35 pm

    The Lady Drifters were home to play the Lady Raiders on Feb 11. The Lady Drifters came into this game undefeated in the Conference and they wanted to keep their streak alive. The different defensive strategies [full court, half court, man to man, zone] that coach Dickerson employs is made to disrupt their opponent’s offense. They are able to change defenses from possession to possession because of the team’s ability

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  • Eagles Face off in Seventh Annual Battle of the Buoy

    Posted on February 12, 2014 at 4:00 pm

    Eagles’ Nick Brown setting up for a take down during the battle of the buoy match.

    Last Wednesday was an exciting night at Washington and Lee High School as the Eagles’ Wrestling team prepared to face off against the Northumberland Indians for the annual Battle of the Buoy match. Having won the Battle of the Buoy for six straight years in a row, the Eagles were pumped and excited not only for another match against their friendly rivals, but also because it was Senior Night for

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  • Another close Eagles victory

    Posted on January 22, 2014 at 4:00 pm

    The game was sluggish to start as the ball frequently transferred possession from team to team. Then, Colonial Beach’s Keane Foster (#3) started the game off with two points on the board. He then continued by scoring a 3-pointer just a few moments later and Lamar Lucas (#23) snagged a rebound shortly after, giving the Drifters a quick seven point lead. Washington and Lee fought back as Terrin Dickerson (#24)

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  • The varsity Eagles adds one to the win column

    Posted on January 8, 2014 at 4:00 am

    Davon Hamilton sinks a long jumper in the GEBC.

    In front of a packed home gym the Varsity Eagles held off the visiting Raiders to earn a 62 – 53 victory. Davon Hamilton led the eagles with (18) points and Tre Brown poured in (15), while Terrin Dickerson aided the cause with (10) points. Milan Bullock and Jerm Turner each recorded (9) points, and DJ Weldon chipped in (3) points. The first half was closely competed with the Eagles

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  • Eagles making strides to success

    Posted on December 17, 2013 at 8:53 pm

    Washington & Lee Eagles

    A handful of games in the final week of 2013 remain before Washington & Lee will host the Golden Eagle Booster Club Classic. Their opponent is conference rival Rappahannock (Warsaw) and is expected to draw a large gathering to follow the Christmas holiday. On Dec. 27, the Rappahannock Girls will travel to Washington & Lee for a 6 p.m. tipoff and will be followed by the boys at approximately 8

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  • Ladies set tone early in season

    Posted on December 17, 2013 at 8:38 pm

    Colonial Beach Drifters

    Coach Keith Dickerson was pretty content on what he would settle for from his girls to start the season. But the ladies have surpassed his goal of winning at least half of their games and instead all six to start the season. “Surprising but I’ll take it,” Dickerson said. “My expectations are getting ready to go through the roof.” By large margins and small, the Colonial Beach Girls Basketball Team

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