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  • High school athletes of the decade | Jontel Evans

    High school athletes of the decade | Jontel Evans
    As his accomplishments on the football field mounted weekly, Bethel's Jontel Evans kept hearing one question: Are you sure you don't want to play football in college? He was sure, and confident in his answer. "People say I do a lot of amazing things on...
  • Considered among the best

     Considered among the best
    No track and field athlete comes to Burbank High and expects to set a boys' distance school record. If they know anything about the school's history in middle- and long-distance events, they know they have a better chance at winning a CIF Southern...
  • No. 3 in our preseason Peninsula District power poll countdown: Bethel

    No. 3 in our preseason Peninsula District power poll countdown: Bethel
    No. 3: BETHEL BRUINS 2009: 6-5, 5-4 (5th), lost in Eastern Region Division 6 quarterfinals. COACH: Jeff Nelson (fourth year at Bethel, 24-11; fifth year overall, 24-21). TOP RETURNEES: DL/FB Chris Copeland (6-3/200/Sr.), RB/LB Sam Bennett (6-0/200/Sr.)...
  • Vaqueros seeking top three

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Perhaps overshadowed by the glory and grandeur of their female counterparts, the Glendale Community College men's cross-country team rather quietly turned in an outstanding 2009 campaign. But just like the school's women's...
  • Bethel battles back, beats Kecoughtan 26-25

    Bethel battles back, beats Kecoughtan 26-25
    It was a comeback that almost defied logic. Down 12 points midway through the third quarter, Bethel rallied for the win despite generating one first down and 47 yards of offense in the entire second half. But who needs offense when you have the...
  • No close one this time, Phoebus rolls past Bethel 34-6

    This time, there was no call for drama or last-second heroics. Eight days after needing a field goal in overtime to hold off Bethel, Phoebus ran away early and cruised to a 34-6 win over the Bruins at Darling Stadium in the Eastern Region Division 5...
  • Warwick pounds Bethel 47-28 to enter the playoff picture

    Warwick pounds Bethel 47-28 to enter the playoff picture
    Like any good running back, Warwick's Cardon Johnson knows the right guys to feed. So Saturday morning, he took his offensive linemen to Golden Corral. Later that afternoon, together, they feasted on Bethel's defense at Todd Stadium. Johnson rushed...
  • Making a run to state

    Making a run to state
    NORWALK — While his classmates were walking up to the podium to the sounds of "Pomp and Circumstance," Greg Dotson was barreling down a running track to the sound of a starter's pistol. While his peers at Burbank High were celebrating the ending of...
  • Making his mark

    Making his mark
    BURBANK HIGH — Burbank High track and field standout Greg Dotson erased a long standing drought at the CIF Southern Section Finals two weeks ago. In the Division I boys' 800-meter final, Dotson ran to victory to give the Bulldogs the program's...
  • Area high school teams open football practice

    Area high school teams open football practice
    Seemingly no head coach is immune to the excitement of the first day of football practice. That includes guys like Jeff Nelson, who began his third season with Bethel on Monday. "If you don't feel that anticipation or get that tingle the day practice...
  • Phoebus' Micah Blakely chooses Navy, though most of the area signees choose FCS programs. Old Dominion picks up four PD players

    The son of a retired Air Force man, Phoebus lineman Micah Blakely hadn't given much thought to the military. Maybe he'd sign with Liberty University, he figured, or another Football Championship Subdivision school. But the U.S. Naval Academy showed...