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  • Friday (Oct. 22) state high school football scores, area high school box scores and results

    STATE SCORES Abingdon 34, Virginia High 28 Altavista 48, Chatham 21 Amelia County 60, Cumberland 6 Amherst County 38, E.C. Glass 15 Appalachia 42, Pound 21 Appomattox 34, Nelson County 22 Atlee 54, Armstrong 0 Bassett 43, Tunstall 6 Bath County 28,...
  • Friday's state high school football scores, area box scores and results

    STATE FOOTBALL SCORES Abingdon 52, Graham 21 Altavista 55, William Campbell 32 Amherst County 55, Jefferson Forest 21 Annandale 14, W.T. Woodson 0 Auburn 49, Radford 6 Bassett 43, Patrick County 0 Bath County 28, James River-Buchanan 0 Battlefield 44,...
  • Hit the road: Nearby attractions

    >Many destinations are within easy driving distance of Hampton Roads. Pack a cooler, fill up the tank and hit the road. 1. Appomattox Court House, Appomattox The buildings and fields where Robert E. Lee surrendered his Confederate army are still a...
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: An American patriot

    Thoughts from Dr. Joe: An American patriot
    I am stirred by the thought of chivalry. A devotion to ideals beyond our own self-interest is man's dominant quest. I think of Cervantes' immortal hero Don Quixote and his aria, "One man scorned and covered with scars still strove with his last ounce of...
  • Phoebus rallies past Menchville 64-53, clinches first PD title in 33 years

    Phoebus rallies past Menchville 64-53, clinches first PD title in 33 years
    — Phoebus had waited 33 years for this. And the last thing the Phantoms wanted to do was put things off for the weekend. After shaking off a cold start, Phoebus turned it around for a 64-53 win Friday night over Menchville to clinch its first...
  • Wednesday's high school roundup: Norcom boys, Princess Anne girls reach state basketball finals

    Norcom's reign as state Group AAA boys basketball title-holder was in serious jeopardy Wednesday night, but the Greyhounds responded with an eye-popping second half to return to the championship game. The Greyhounds overcame a 13-point halftime deficit to...
  • Mesa Musings: Lessons from 150 years ago

    It was Wednesday, April 12, 1961, and I stood in my gym shorts on the Costa Mesa High School athletic field. What could possibly cause me to recall such a trifling memory 50 years later? I remember that day because of a historic milestone associated...
  • Want to really tread hallowed ground?

    Want to really tread hallowed ground?
    Maryland commuters have long known that there are only three ways to cross the Potomac between Point of Rocks and the nation's capital. What they don't know is that a century and a half ago, there were more than a dozen. And they're still there today....
  • Hiking Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania

    Hiking Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania
    Midway between Washington and Richmond, this town on the Rappahannock River was fought over and around repeatedly. There are four different battlefields and related historic sites at the Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania County Battlefields Memorial...
  • West Point's Roane, 2 from Franklin make Group A all-state team

    First Team Offense Wide receivers — Brad Wooten, Eastern Montgomery, 5-9, 145, Senior; Bryce Lawson, St. Paul, 6-2, 165, Senior Tight end — Trevor Martin, Nelson County, 6-2, 218, Senior Tackles — Franklin Miller, Riverheads, 6-1,...
  • Potential Texas school books: Was Jefferson Davis that bad a guy?

     
    Producing the next generation of Reagan worshipers is one thing, but the Texas Board of Education may go a giant leap further: Social studies textbooks may cast Abraham Lincoln and Confederate President Jefferson Davis (a traitor to the republic who...