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www.journalpress.cem KGYAA Spring Fever Bowl update STAFF REPORTS The King George Youth Athletic Association's exciting Spring 2014 flag football campaign is scheduled to conclude this coming weekend with the annual Spring Fever Bowl championships. The Spring Fever Bowl will consist of the title games for each flag foot- ball division (Dr (6-), D2 (9-11, D3 (12-14), D4 (15-1;)), which will be played on Sunday 0une 8) at the King George High School football stadium beginning at l:00pm. The match-ups for these title games were established during the playoffs this past Saturday at Seal- ston Elementary School. The #2 Phantoms .(Coach Frye- Bey) will challenge the #1 Tigers (Coach Webster) in D1, the #3 Ven- om (Coach Parr) will face the #2 Rebels (Coach McLaughlin) in D2, the #6 Blitz (Coach Cameron) will seek to upset the #1 Cobras (Coach Williams) in D3, and the #2 Thunder (Coach Rodriguez) will take-on the #1 Bucks (Coach Williams) in D4. Joining the competitive flag football divisions Sunday will be the brand new Pee Wee instructional flag football division (ages 4-5). The teams that comprise this division (Bullfrogs, Jim Salyers, Jr. Ryan Dahl of the DI Tigers rushing for a touchdown during its semi-final game against the Rockets. Fireflies, Ospreys) will play between the D2 and D3 championships. For all of the teams that will be competing this weekend, championship and runner-up team trophies, and individual player medals, will be awarded during hn official presentation following each contest. Throughout the Spring Fever Bowl, the KGYAA will be serving concessions, selling team fan gear (at discounted prices), and accepting early Fall 2014 football and cheerleading registrations (also at discounted prices). To offset the standard stadium rental fees, there will be an admission fee of $3 for all persons 12 years or older (excluding participating coaches and players). The Spring Fever Bowl schedule can be found via the "Game Sched- ule" menu option on the association's website; Summer fun at the University of Mary Washington LEONARD BANKS Sports Editor Learn to play the "UMW Way"! Now that the school year is over kids both big and small are eager to stay fit and active. The University of Mary Washington currently has 14 summe athletic camp programs available. From basketball to mind- building academic programs, UMW has something to offer every kid. NIKE GIRLS' LACROSSE CAMP From July 6 to July 9, from 9 a.m. - 9 p.m., on the grounds of the UMW Campus Recreation Turf Complex, female lacrosse enthusiasts, ages 10-18 will have an opportunity to enhance their skill levels 'and improve their play. HS GIRLS LACROSSE CLINIC The UMW women's lacrosse team will host a lacrosse clinic on June 19 (session 1), and July 16 (session 2). The clinic will help athletes, grades 9-12 to sharpen their skills, while demonstrating tactical abilities. NIKE BOYS' LACROSSE CAMP The Nike Boys Lacrosse Camp, scheduled to start on July 9 through July 12, will give boys ages 10-18 an opportunity to participate in intensive training that is essential to improving their skill levels. The time of the camp is 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Anderson Center, home of the Eagles Volleyball team. The camp will offer essions for general and advanced skill levels. GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMP From July 16-20, Eagles women's head basketball coach, Deena Applebury will hold one week of camp m the Anderson Center gymnasium for girls ages 8-17. NIKE FIELD HOCKEY CAMP For two sessions, July 13-16, and July t7-19, girls, ages 10-18, will have an opportunity to develop their stick- work techniques, and enhance their game through strategy. The hours for thecamp are 9 a.m. to9 p.m. Baseball Youth Camp For two sessions, June ......... and July 21-24, Eagles baseball head coach, Wayne Riser, his staff and team will hold a summer instructional baseball camp for players in grades K-8. Instruction on hitting, fielding, pitching, defense, and injury prevention will be among the numerous instructions offered. BASEBALL-RISER HITTING CAMP From June 30-July 16, Eagle head coach, Riser will offer one session of summer hitting camps. The camp is open to players grades 6-12. The camp will take place on three Monday evenings and three Wedriesday evenings, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., and 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. BATTLEGROU ND TENNIS ACADEMY For eight sessions (several dates), campers ages 5-7, 8-15, and high school students, will have an opportunity to enhance their tennis skill levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced). EAGLES HIGH SCHOOL SOCCEI PREP CAMP On August 9, boys, 9-12 grades will have an opportunity to experience soccer in a college training environment. ACADEMIC TRAINING CAMPS From July 7 - July 11, the Kidoyo Summer Computer Camp program will give kids, 9-13 will have an opp6rtunity to engage in discovery- based programs, ranging from .game programming to science and engineering. ADVANCED MIDDLE - HS For two sessions, June 22-July 3, and July 6-July 18, the Summer Enrichment Program will give advanced middle school and high school kids an opportunity to focus on college related studies involving popular music analysis, film studies, digital storytelling, music production, and SAT preparation. HS BOYS' LACROSSE CAMP On June 8, the UMW Boys' Lacrosse High School Prep Camp will be open to high school boys, grades 9-12. Boys will benefit from college training, and exposure to the UMW coaching staff. Call 540-775-2024 to subscribe Or Subscribe on-line at WWW. 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(next to The Journal) Cell - 775-378-0259 THE JOURNAL Wednesday, June 4, 2014 Nineteen Foxes headed to VHSL Track & Field State Championship LEONARD BANKS Sports Editor Dedication and commitment to the sport of track'& field have led to a dynasty of indoor and outdoor championships for King George High School. On June 6 and 7, 19 Foxes will compete in Harrisonburg, for a coveted team, and individual VHSL Group 4A State Outdoor Championship. he field will include 94 schools from thro{aghout the state. '[hree Foxes seniors have made the difficult decision to forgo graduation, and compete in the championship. Within a matter of seconds or minutes, the greatest athletic performance of their- lives awaits the cast of runners, jumpers and pole vaulters. Most importantly, after it's all said and done, there will be hollow place in the school's legacy f achievement. After many years of dedication, longtime Foxes track & field head coach, Rudy Pekarek will hang up his whistle and cap for retirement. Pekarek's reign changed the face of area girls' track & field competition with a dynasty at King George High School. Ihe following Foxes girls and boys have qualified to represent their school and county at the championship: girls 4xl00-meter relay team: Trenay Clark, Carley Johnson, Heidi Colwell, Shamaya Abdullah, DeAsia Callanan; girls 4x400-meter relay team: Miranda Green, Kristen Hornbaker, Brittany Leonard Banks The Foxes 4x800-meter relay team has the potential of winning their event at the upcoming state championship in Harrisonburg. Williams, Heidi Colwell, Brooke West, Shamaya Abdullah, DeAsia Callanan; 4x800-meter relay team: Miranda Green, Kristen Hornbaker, Brittany Williams, Ashley Perkins, Brooke West; girls 100-meter dash: Trenay Clark, 12.93; girls !00-meter hurdles: Heidi Colwell, 16.32; girls 400-meter dash: Brittany Williams, 1:00.57; 1,600-meter run: Miranda Green; 3,200-meter run, Kristen Hornbaker, 11:39.61: girls pole vault, Heidi Colwell, 9'6"; girls triple jump: DeAsia Callanan, 33'6.5"; boys 4xl00- meter relay: Matt Brown, Davion Hutt, Nyle Buchanan, Jordan Aley, Jacolby White; boys 4x400-meter relay: Brian Greeley, Ezugo Agulou, Jacob Hankla, Ngle Buchanan; boys 100-meter dash: Davion Hutt; boys 400-meter dash: Ezugo Agulou; boys pole vault: Jonathan Graham. Drifters Eagles Foxes Keep up with .your teams in rhe Strttr00t[ $24 a year for all the local news and sports Where Memories are Cherished Are your burial arrangements complete? 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