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www.journalpress,com THE JOURNAL Wednesday, Aug, 21, 2013 9 - ~~~~ Recently, the Northern Neck Rivermen made short work of the Virginia Hornets. Savanna Cromer Ivermen crus SAVANNA CRAMER 35 yard punt return for a touchdown his last touchdown for the night raising the score to 16-0. The extra and to make the score 42-0. In MDFL (Mason Dixon Football point was no good, this time, but The Hornets tried to come League) news, the Northern Neck running back Mike Vann turned the back with a running play for a Rivermen dominated the Virginia spirit back up with a 15 yard run for touchdown they were successful. Hornets this past Saturday night another touchdown to make the score But that was the only thing that at the King George High school22-0. Hollingsworth came in to make was successful; the final score stadium, the extra point, to close the first half of the game was 42-6. The The Rivermen came out victorious with a score of 23-0. Rivermen defense, contributed over the Hornets with a 42-6 win to The Rivermen started offthe third interceptions from Derrick keep their winning streak alive, quarter with the ball and they made Manning and Devonte Reynolds Quarterback Walt Covington it known that they had it. Covington and also two fumble returns from started the scoring of this game with found wide receiver B] Reynolds for Tony Russell ai~d Joe Shaklin. a 14 yard pass to Mike Howard for a six yard pass for another Rivermen The Northern Neck Rivermen the first touchdown of the game, touchdown. Hollingsworth was are still undefeated and are making the score 6-0. That's whelx called in once again to make the extra traveling to play the Virginia kicker, Barrett Hollingsworth, was point; it was good and that kick, his Titans. The Rivermen won't be called in to kick the score up 7-0 for 500'h kick in semipro football, made back home until Sept. 7, which is the start of the first quarter, the score 30-0. also their last home game of the In the second quarter the Hornets After a couple of more plays the season, where they will be pjaying thought they could stop the offense Rivermen had the ball once again the Virginia Steelers. Everyone of the Rivermen, but the Hornets and a two-yard pass from Covington is encouraged to come out and just forgot that the Rivermen had to wide receiver David Jackson for support the team. an outstanding kicker. Barrettanother touchdown, made the score On Friday night the King Hollingsworth successfully made 36-0. The extra point was no good, George varsity football team will a 23 yard field goal to bump up the and that would be the end of the play a benefit scrimmage at King score 10-0. third quarter. George High School; come out After a couple of plays the Hornets In the fourth quarter Covington and support their Foxes in their were forced to punt and Mike Howard made one of his famous 31 -yard last scrimmage before the season was there to catch it and run it in for a passes to Jermaine Weldon to make starts. I Keep up with your team this Fall in $ $24 a year for all the local news and school sports I Shades of the 2012 season! Tyshaun Jones scoring a playoff touchdown against the Mustangs. Jim Salyers, Jr. JIM SALYERS, JR. tor of Operations. a community dinate on registration and team as- organization we will keep the regis- signment. Although tackle football teams tration door open as long as we pos- The Fall 2013 regular season is have been formed and these teams sibly can." scheduled to open at Dalton Field are entering their second week Of The association states that football at Sealston Elementary School on practices, the King George Youth opportunities, though limited, still Saturday, Sept. 7. It is scheduled Athletic Association (KGYAA) re- exist across its three organized divi- to conclude with the annual Frost ports that there are still a number of sions: Rookie (ages 6-8), Junior (ages Bowl championships at King George open roster spots available for those 9-11), and JV (ages 12-13). High School prior to Thanksgiving interested in participating this sea- All families interested in partici- (weather permitting). son. pating during the upcoming tackle For more information on the KG- "Folks should know that it is not football campaign are encouraged YAA and its tackle football program, too late to play KGYAA football this to contact the KGYAA as soon as visit fall", says Gregg Parr, KGYAA Direc- possible at to coor- ~:q:~/M"IANI~:~..K ]~ For more information: www'rappahann°ck'edu/f°undati°n/rill r=oR. LJ~NG L~.AI~ING Topics of Interest to Engage Your Mind 804-333-6707 The Rappahannock Institute for Lifelong Learning offers s .tjmulating topics taught by qualified experts to engage the minds of adults throughout the college service region. Base tuition is $35 per course. Proceeds from RILL support the work of the Rappahannock Community College Educational Foundation. Thank you for your patronage. Enjoy the journey! Fall 2013 Schedule #152: Discover Your Family History Part I #158: The Church in 17th Century Virginia Sept. 11, 18, and 25 (Wednesdays); 1-3 p.m. Oct. 3, 10, and 17 (Thursdays); 1-3 p.m. #153: Discover Your Family History Part II#159: A Taste of China Oct. 2, 9, and 16 (Wednesdays); 1-3 p.m. Oct. 23 and 30, and Nov. 6 (Wednesdays); 1-3 p.m. #154: Discovering Northern Neck State Parks #160: Flower Arranging Sept. 25, and Oct. 2 and 9 (Wednesdays); 2-4 p.m. Nov. 5, 12, and 19 (Tuesdays); 1-3 p.m. #155: The Craft of Creative Non-Fiction Sept. 26, and Oct. 3 and 10 (qhursdays); 1-3 p.m. #161: Experience the Art of Italy! Sept. 12, 19, and 26 (Thursdays); 2-4 p.m. #156: "If this Valley is Lost" #162: Civil War Home Front in Glcucester Sept. 27, and Oct. 4 and 11 (Fridays); 1-3 p.m. Oct. 22 and 29, and Nov. 5 (Tuesdays); 1-3 p.m. #157: The Navy on the Potomac River #163: Being There-Exploring the Solar System Sept. 30, and Oct. 7 and 14 (Mondays); 1-3 p.m. Oct. 29, and Nov. 5 and 12 (Tuesdays); 1-3 p.m. •~•~•~•~•~•~•~*'**~**•*~H*•~•~•~•~•~H~•~•~•*~*~HH*~•~•~•~••~•~•*~•~•H*H~*••~•~H~'*~*~•~•~•~•~••••••••~•~•••~••~••••••••~•~• RCC/EFI is grateful to the Golden Advantage Program at the Bank of Lancaster and to Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury for their generous support •fRILL. Rappahaon. ock gi BANK OF da'a ppahannock Co_ :~[~lunity l~l ~ ~.-~ ~::, .-W-es---t_m-i--n-st-er-Ca---~nterbu------~ Olle e Courses fill up fast please enroll soon. Educational Foundation, Inc ΈΈΈΈΈ7Έ =, , Dr. Ertka A. Sachno, DDS i PC is pleased A. Sachno, DOS, Orthodontist. Dr. Erika A. Sachno, DDS is a native of Staunton, VA. 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