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Walsingham girls top field, boys third in VISAA track invitational

Walsingham Academy hosted 15 Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association programs for a track and field meet Saturday. Walsingham's girls, state champions a year ago, won the team competition Saturday with 200.5 points, besting second-place Broadwater Academy's 103 points. The Trojans' boys...

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  • Jamestown softball topped by New Kent, 6-5

    Jamestown dropped a 6-5 softball decision Wednesday to New Kent to go to 4-8 on the season. Molly Lee had a double for the Eagles, who take on Lafayette Friday.

      • Jamestown blanks Bruton in boys tennis

        Jamestown knocked off Bruton 9-0 Wednesday in boys tennis. The Eagles improved to 9-2 on the season ahead of a big match with Smithfield. JAMESTOWN 9, BRUTON 0Singles: DeBerry d. Sadler 6-0, 6-1; Yowell d. Morrow 6-1, 6-0; Mahaffey d. Fiaz 6-0, 6-0; Lee d. Shannon 6-1, 6-1; Herard d. Wilson 6-0,...

          • Walsingham baseball blows by HRA, 16-0

            Walsingham Academy shut out Hampton Roads Academy 16-0 Wednesday in baseball. Jason Covaney got the win for Walsingham and J.J. Burns was 4-for-5 with a home run, double and 6 RBIs. Zach Stanko was 4-for-5 with 3 RBIs and James West was 4-for-5.

              • Boys soccer: Lafayette blanks Menchville and Jamestown falls late

                Jamestown (3-4-1) was defeated 1-0 in extra time Wednesday by Chancellor in a rematch of last year's 4A boys soccer semifinals. Chancellor got the winner Wednesday in the 84th minute. LAFAYETTE 3, MENCHVILLE 0: Gavin Arsenault and Tobi Yanez scored and Matt Beatty registered assists for the Rams....

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                  • Good candidates, civility make good election

                    Another election cycle is coming to a close and this one reminds me of democracy at its best. I am referring to the campaigns to elect three members of Williamsburg's City Council; voting is Tuesday. There are five people running for three open seats, so there is no lack of interest. Two things...

                      • Freiling known for sound reasoning

                        I urge you to vote for Paul Freiling for City Council on May 3. Paul has shown during his 12 years on the Council that he cares deeply about this community. Paul has demonstrated the ability to approach complex issues facing the city using sound reasoning and creative problem solving. In solving...

                          • Girl Scout recognition dearly needed

                            A recent letter regarding volunteerism was spot-on but it also got my attention for another reason: My granddaughter recently received her Gold Award from the Girl Scouts. It was handed to her with no ceremony or fanfare. A leader made the comment, "Just once, I would like to hear someone say,...

                              • Granger wants all citizens involved

                                Greg Granger is the most perfect candidate to be voted onto the Williamsburg City Council. His stance that "all" residents be included in local governmental decisions through boards and commissions with emphasis on having more city folk at the council meetings is one more compelling reason to vote...

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