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Jamestown wins pair of 4A East swimming titles

Jamestown claimed boys and girls Group 4A East Region swimming titles Saturday in Richmond. Jamestown's girls finished with 409 points and second-place Lafayette had 365. The Eagles' boys had 462 points while second-place Hanover scored 292 and third-place Lafayette had 257. Jamestown's Colin Wright,...

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  • Bruton's Gruver qualifies for 2A wrestling championships

    Bruton 150-pounder Ian Gruver finished third in the Group 2A East wrestling regional Saturday to qualify for this week's state meet. Bruton 220-pounder Elijah Graves also qualified for states as an alternate, taking fifth.

      • Bruton 84, Washington & Lee 55

        Bruton 84, Washington & Lee 55

        Bruton advanced to the Conference 33 tournament final with Saturday's win over Washingtona and Lee.

          • WCA boys roll over Portsmouth Christian ahead of Virginia Episcopal showdown

            Williamsburg Christian Academy's boys basketball team downed Portsmouth Christian 91-57 Saturday ahead of a showdown Monday with a VISAA heavyweight. WCA (22-5), ranked No. 1 in Division III, hosts Division II No. 3 Virginia Episcopal 7 p.m. Monday. VES features Kentucky recruit Sacha Killeya-Jones...

              • Bruton boys, girls swimmers take third in 2A East

                Bruton boys, girls swimmers take third in 2A East

                Bruton's girls and boys each took third in the Group 2A East swimming regionals Saturday. Bruton's winners: 400 free relay (Evan Lynch, Trevor LeForge, John Morrow, Joey Morrow) 100 fly: Trevor LeForge 100 breaststroke: Carolyn DeJager500 free: Jenny Schuster

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                  • Recalling how the past paved way for present

                    I was born in Williamsburg in 1935, and I love this place and our local history. That history includes our African-American history. In the days of segregation, black-owned businesses were the lifeline of the black community. Many were located on the Triangle Block at Armistead Avenue and Scotland...

                      • Dominion can afford to go underground

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                          • Family is Jackson's better message

                            When the Rev. Jesse Jackson called for greater efforts to reduce income inequality at the ringing of the Freedom Bell at First Baptist Church last week, he missed a great opportunity to encourage those in the community to strive for the greatest poverty reducer of all: a two parent family that...

                              • Disagree over Constitutional focus

                                I read several times the recent letter by Nate Walkley captioned " A focus on the Constitution" which appears to belittle anyone who raises the issue of the compliance of some of President Obama's actions with the provisions of the Constitution while extolling those who espouse the liberal causes...

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