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www,journalpress,com THE JOURNAL / Wednesday, June 4, 2014 7 Christie Britt A moment of team reflection! Members of the Foxes girls' outdoor track & field team embrace the moment of winning their fifth consecutive run ner- up VHSL Group 4A Nort h Regional Track & Field Championship. . Foxes girls' outdoor track & field take second at VHSL Regionals LEONARD BANKS Sports Editor For the fifth consecutive year, the Foxes girls' outdoor track & field team (63 points) finished as a runner-up in the VHSL Group 4A North Regional Track & Field Championships. As for the Foxes :boys' team, they finished 12 'h with 20 points. The meet took place in its usual location, Lynchburg, with host E.C. Glass. Both E.C. Glass Hill- toppers girls (105 points) and boys teams (151 points) finished first. Charlottesville's Taylor Watkins was the top overall athlete of the meet with three first place sprint finishes. Watkins finished first in the following events: 100-meter dash (12.300); 200-meter dash (25.49); and 400-meter dash (57.14). As for the Foxes, the most surpris- ing race of the meet was the girls 4xl00-meter relay. New additions to the Foxes 4xl00-relay, Heidi Colwell, and Trenay Clark ran strong third and fourth legs to overcome Fauquier for a second place finish (50.90). Clark also finished fifth in the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.93. Kristen Hornbaker finished with a state qualifying 3,200-meter fourth place run (11:39.61). Seniors Brittany Williams and Miranda Green set the standard with top finishes in their individual events. Williams placed third in the 400-meters with a time of 1:00.91, while Green posted a third place fin- ish in the 800-meter run (2:20.41), and a second place finish in the 1,600-meter run (5:07.62). Other notable Foxes girls' finishes included: 100-meter hurdles: Heidi Colwell, 6% 16.39; Elizabeth Hill, 8 h, 16.75; 200-meter dash: Shamay Ab- dullah, 7% 26.98; 100-meter hurdles: Heidi Colwell, 6 th, 16.39; 4xl00- meter relay, 2 "a, 50.50; 4x400-meter relay, Ya, 4:11.76; 4x800-meter relay, 4 th, 10:01.25; high jump: Elizabeth Hill, 8% 10'; pole vault: Elizabeth Hill, 4 h, 9'; triple jump: DeAsia Cal- lanan, 6'h; 33'6'. The Foxes boys placed in four out of 17 events. Jonathan Graham placed ya in the pole vault with a vault of 12'6". The boys' 4x400-meter relay team finished fourth with a time of 3:29.95. Ezugo Agulou, l placed sixth in the 400-meter dash with a time of 51:10. The boys' 4xl00-meter team finished 4 h with a time of 3:29/95. Five-year STAFF REPORTS Drifter reunion The Colonial "Beach 2008- 2009 Varsity Basketball State Championship team will hold a 5-year reunion cookout at Dockside Restaurant on Saturday, June 14 at 5p .m.- The magical Dream Team cordially invites the public to come out, meet and greet the players, coaches and staff in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere on the water. All parents, family members, friends and fans are welcome to come and support their favorites, who brought the town's first VHSL state chwmpionship back from the Siegel Center (Richmond, VA) in a Hoosier's style parade. Recapture the great memories and hear the play-by-play "glory days" with the hometown heroes. For more information, contact Coach Swope at 804-761-5325, or coachswope@aol.com. KG summer volleyball news ADVANCED VOLLEYBALL CAMP From June 23-25, from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., University of Mary Washington volleyball head coach, Matt Troy, and the Foxes volleyball coaching staffwill host an advanced volleyball camp for rising 12th graders. The camp will take place at the King George High School gymnasium. The cost of the camp will be $150. MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL From July 7 - July 10, rising 5th to 8th grade level volleyball players who aspire to play on the high school level are invited to a volleyball camp hosted by the King George High School volleyball coaching staff. The camp will focus on volleyball fundaments, and strengthening court skills. The camp will take place in the evening from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. For more information regarding Fox summer volleyball camps, please contact, junior varsity volleyball head coach, Drew Wine at awine78482@aol.com. --Staff Reports The Journal also publishes The Dahlgren Source Getaway. 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At the preliminaries, the participant will be asked to perform one song for up to 4 minutes. The song will be performed without musical accompaniment. Three judges will rate each participant on a weighted scale on each of the following criteria: song selection, talent, and overall performance. ALL OF THE JUDGES' DECISIONS WILL BE FINAL. There will be 10 slots available for the finals. Final participants will be performing at the Richmond County Fair on Saturday August 16th at 7pm. As with the preliminaries, the participant will be asked to perform one song for up to 4 minutes. The song will he performed without musical accompaniment. Three judges will rate each participant on a weighted scale on each of the following criteria: song selection, talent, and overall performance. ALL OF THE JUDGES' DECISIONS WILL BE FINAL. Once all of the tabulations have been completed, and the finalist has been chosen, then all finalists will be called to be informed of the decision. The competition will be held at the Richmond County Fair Grounds located at 315 Community Circle, Warsaw, Virginia inside the Peoples Community Bank booth. Participants must register at the PCB booth no later than 30 minutes before their start time. The final decision of the winner of The PCB Idol Contest will be made by the judges as a group. ALL DECISIONS MADE BY THE JUDGES WILL BE FINAL. The winner will be announced by Saturday August 16th 1 l pm via the Peoples Community Bank facebook page. The winner will receive a $500 prize. Winner will be responsible for any and all taxes. Winner will be contacted by phone number that was used when registering. Visit any branch, our website, or our Facebook page for rules and registration form. people$ . Commumly Bank Rated one of the nation's strongest banks. King George: 8065 Kings Highway (540) 775-2914 Hontross: 15960 Kings Highway (804) 493-8031 Dahlgren: 5082 James Madison Pkwy. (540) 644-9706 Warsaw: 4593 Richmond Road, (804) 333-3500 Fredericksburg: 175 Kings Highway (540) 371-6889 Peoples Community Bank reserves the right to reject any song and or video if they believe that the subject material is deemed offensiye. This includes deleting a video post from the Peoples Community Bank facebook page and or refusing to allow a participant to enter the competition.