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Ronald Curry

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  • 'East End Crabbers' under new management

    'East End Crabbers' under new management
    When the Heritage football players go to work in the weight room, there are no earrings or necklaces allowed. Or cell phones or iPods. It's just the kid and the clothes on his back. That's the way it is at Hampton, where Hurricanes coach George "Chubs"...
  • Summer circuit has been constant for Class of '13 headliners

    The summer is nearly half over, at least according to the calendar. But three of the nation's top 100 prospects in the Class of 2013 — Hampton's Anthony Barber, Phoebus' Troy Williams and Kecoughtan's Rajay Bullock — have had little time to...
  • Bethel's Aaron Bacote commits to play basketball at ODU

    Bethel's Aaron Bacote commits to play basketball at ODU
    Aaron Bacote, Bethel High's athletic wing and exceptional student, committed to Old Dominion, continuing the Monarchs' recent pipeline of Peninsula District talent. Bacote, a 6-foot-5, 180-pound rising senior, chose ODU over Hampton, George Mason,...
  • Celebrating milestones for Beamer, Phoebus, Hampton

    <big>Celebrating milestones for Beamer, Phoebus, Hampton</big>
    We celebrate milestone birthdays and anniversaries. We strive for milestone GPAs and salaries. But nothing does milestones like sports. Some are seasonal, others career. But the numbers are indelible. Baseball's 3,000 hits, football's 2,000 yards and...
  • Story by Jordan Grice

    The term "Rome wasn't built in a day" is an old expression that may have a new meaning in our society, especially within the NFL. Athletes have time and time again suffered from career damaging issues with the law and some have made "triumphant"...
  • Thursday's boys high school basketball roundup (results from nine events): Freshman stars for Woodside in rout

    Freshman Chris Orlina had 32 points as Woodside dominated Lakeland 83-57 Thursday in the first round of a tournament at King's Fork in Suffolk. Orlina added four assists, three blocks and three steals. Air Force-bound senior Trevor Lyons had 24 points,...
  • Roundup: No. 11 Lake Clifton tops Centennial in boys hoops

    The No. 11 Lake Clifton boys basketball team found itself in unfamiliar territory, trailing for most of the game Friday. But a switch in defense and free throws down the stretch changed the Lakers' fortune in a 56-52 win over Centennial at the IAABO...
  • 2000 Male Athlete of the Year: Bruton's Bryan Randall

    The two common themes that seem to punctuate every story about Bruton High's Bryan Randall are his indomitable will to win and his remarkable athleticism. Bobby Hedrick, Tabb's All-Bay Rivers District defensive back, witnessed both traits on a single play...
  • Michigan QB Denard Robinson making switch to NFL WR

    Michigan QB Denard Robinson making switch to NFL WR
    Denard Robinson walked into the lockerroom Wednesday at the Senior Bowl and instead of seeing a yellow jersey hanging in his locker, he saw a white jersey. “I was happy,” said Robinson, one of the nation’s most electrifying dual-threat...
  • 49ers hire Crabbers great Ronald Curry as offensive assistant

    Ronald Curry, perhaps the greatest high school football player in Peninsula history, was hired as an offensive assistant coach by the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers. “The 49ers and our staff are pleased to be initiating Ronald’s NFL...
  • Fate leads former Hampton All-American Ronald Curry to 49ers coaching job

    Fate leads former Hampton All-American Ronald Curry to 49ers coaching job
    The rejections stung, sure. They always do. But Ronald Curry had overcome far more, and a few job interviews that didn't pan out weren't about to discourage him. "Everything happens for a reason," he said Friday afternoon. "That's how I've always...