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  • Jets cut former Phoebus QB Tajh Boyd

    Jets cut former Phoebus QB Tajh Boyd
    The New York Jets cut quarterback Tajh Boyd, a Phoebus High School graduate, on Saturday. The Jets released Boyd and kept Matt Sims as their No. 3 quarterback behind Geno Smith and Michael Vick. Boyd was a sixth-round draft choice out of Clemson....
  • Thirty-year vacation produces myriad memories

    Thirty-year vacation produces myriad memories
    During a media session prior to the February 2009 Super Bowl between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin pointed at me and said, "You owe me for getting you a week's vacation in Tampa." Tomlin was right. Sort of....
  • Virginia-Clemson game reunites 757 quarterbacks David Watford, Tajh Boyd

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Virginia quarterback David Watford considers his Clemson counterpart, Tajh Boyd, a mentor and friend, hardly a surprise given their shared position, roots and demeanor. But Saturday's clash between the Cavaliers and Tigers will...
  • Newsome 'perfect' fit as Emory & Henry's football coach

    Newsome 'perfect' fit as Emory & Henry's football coach
    Gayle Newsome deserves a new car, and her oldest son, Curt, should foot the bill. It's the least he can do for his most loyal supporter, the one who has driven to every home game in his 15 years as a college football assistant coach. Seven seasons at...
  • Hampton Roads leaders offer books to honor MLK

     Hampton Roads leaders offer books to honor MLK
    On Monday, Jan. 20, Americans will commemmorate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., through special school programs and community events and celebrations. We asked several local community leaders to share their favorite reads on the...
  • Inside the BRD: Jamestown girls and Grafton boys win 4A South Region Swim Meet titles

    Jamestown's boys and Grafton's girls won the 4A South Region Swim Meet titles in Newport News on Monday. Below are full results and team scores   Tabb High School HY-TEK's MEET MANAGER 5.0 - 9:50 PM 2/10/2014 Page 1 Region 4A South Swim Meet 2013-14 -...
  • Tajh Boyd's career day leads Clemson past Syracuse 49-14

    Tajh Boyd completed 20-of-27 passes for a career-high 455 yards and five touchdowns as visiting Clemson spoiled the first ACC game for the Syracuse, 49-14. Adam Humphries registered two touchdown receptions and Sammy Watkins caught a 91-yard scoring...
  • Phoebus graduate Boyd capable of greatness in senior season at Clemson

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — The ACC's reigning player of the year hails from the Peninsula District, sings Eric Church's "Springsteen" and believes his team can win the national championship. Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd held court at the conference's...
  • Phoebus graduates Staton, Morant emerge as starting linebackers for ODU

    Phoebus graduates Staton, Morant emerge as starting linebackers for ODU
    True freshmen are not supposed to start in college football. True freshmen who play close to the ball absolutely are not supposed to start. So coaches will tell you. The closer to the ball they are, the harder it is for rookies attempting to adjust to...
  • Apprentice names former Phoebus assistant as new women's basketball coach

    Keith Stagg, an assistant coach at West Virginia Wesleyan College, was announced today as the new Head Women's Basketball Coach at The Apprentice School. Stagg was an assistant coach at Phoebus High School from 2000-2003. "We are excited to extend the...
  • Battle of the Bay allows HU, NSU bands to showcase talent, school pride

    Battle of the Bay allows HU, NSU bands to showcase talent, school pride
    Separated by about 16 miles of land and water, Hampton University and Norfolk State are linked because of a football game played in 1963 — a Battle of the Bay rivalry that celebrates its 50th year Saturday at Armstrong Stadium. In that time, a...