Tribe block party strikes again in playoff win

WILLIAMSBURG – In a football game William and Mary trailed 14-0 and ultimately won 52-49 – one that featured 1,020 combined yards of offense – it’s hard to pinpoint exactly when the turning point came for the Tribe. Or if there was one, exactly. After giving up 28 unanswered points in 17 minutes...

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  • Warhill's Kayla Cooke makes all-state second team

    Warhill senior forward Kayla Cooke was named to the Group 4A all-state field hockey second team and the only local player to earn 4A all-state distinction. Izzy Solaroli, who helped Tabb High win its sixth state field hockey title in eight seasons, was state player of the year. Wendy Wilson, who...

      • Pictures: 2015 William and Mary football

        Pictures: 2015 William and Mary football

        See William and Mary's 2015 season -- from the spring game through the fall season -- in pictures.

          • Esch named 4A East volleyball player of year; Stephenson coach of year

            Esch named 4A East volleyball player of year; Stephenson coach of year

            Jamestown's Maria Esch was named 4A East Region volleyball player of the year and the Eagles' Tom Stephenson took region coach of the year honors. 4A East Region first team Maria Esch, Jamestown; Ellie Popelka, Jamestown; Leila Haynesworth, Hanover; Emma Schriner, Jamestown; Miranda Hall, Hanover;...

              • Tribe to host Duquesne in FCS playoff opener

                Tribe to host Duquesne in FCS playoff opener

                WILLIAMSBURG — The day after tasting defeat for the first time in seven weeks, William and Mary was given new life with an expected NCAA playoff bid. As one of 14 at-large teams selected, the Tribe will host Duquesne Saturday at 3:30 p.m. The Dukes (8-3) clinched their first-ever postseason bid...


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              • 'Standing on the side of love'

                What more is there to say? Over and over we are hearing and reading about our American values and then about how we must be very, very cautious about whom we allow to join us, even going so far as to exclude all but Christians, or all from certain places. For over 2000 years it has been drummed...

                  • W&M forums a big step forward

                    I am in my second year at James Madison University, but I am originally from Williamsburg. I read the article "W&M forum on racial climate for undergrads 7 P.M. tonight" and I found it to be very pleasing. I believe it is a great step forward to focus on racial barriers and situations at colleges,...

                      • Story around guns needs clarifying

                        The recent commentary, "Demonizing guns is not the solution." (VG, Nov. 21), begs a rebuttal. I've provided that response here. Rebuttal 1: It is not an impression, as the writer claims, "that the early years of this century have been marred by an unusually great number of shocking acts of violence;"...

                          • Last word on executive orders, Nov. 28

                            Last word on executive orders, Nov. 28

                            Terrorism To the person who said the biggest danger was to remind Obama and Kerry to remind France that climate change danger is the biggest danger facing the world: I would like to remind this person about heads being cut off, about people being burned alive. Maybe this person should re-think...

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