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 •  December 7, 2017

Lionsbridge FC PDL, or Premier Development League, semi-professional soccer team will start up in May 2018 and play until July. Their home field will be at Pomoco Stadium at CNU in Newport News. Lionsbridge FC, the new Premier Development League soccer team that will play its home games beginning in May at Christopher Newport University’s Pomoco...

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 •  July 27, 2017

As pre-season football begins local coaches make sure their players are well hydrated in order to deal with the extreme heat. The heat index climbed to 93 degrees before the Bethel football team took the field for its first official practice of the 2017 season Thursday. While 20 degrees cooler than the first day of practice last year, Bruins...

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 •  July 1, 2017

HAMPTON — When Phoebus senior Amira Aduma felt a pull in her hamstring at the New Balance Nationals Indoor meet in March, the track star also started to feel snakebitten. While the Daily Press Female Athlete of the Year had a pile of state titles from her high school career, including three from the Group 3A indoor state championship meet two weeks...

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 •  May 9, 2017

Virginia coach Bronco Mendenhall says linebacker Malcolm Cook's return from a heart condition "was as much mental as it was physical." Four seasons, three major injuries, one harrowing heart disorder. Suffice to say, Malcolm Cook has endured considerable hardship during his time with Virginia's football program. But early this spring, Cavaliers...

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 •  April 5, 2016

Kecoughtan's Kaycee Kohlman cheers on her teammates as they play Hampton during a game at Kecoughtan High School on Thursday, March 31, 2016. No Mags, No Sales, No Internet, No TV (Aileen Devlin / Daily Press) Senior forward Kaycee Kohlman ended last season with 35 career goals, one shy of breaking the Kecoughtan High girls soccer record. There she...

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 •  March 14, 2016

The Mathews County School Board will vote on its fiscal year 2017 budget Tuesday night. The division’s proposed spending plan totals just over $14 million – an increase of 5 percent or $673,473 over fiscal year 2016. The proposal includes the addition of several staff positions, including a media specialist at Thomas Hunter Middle School, a reading...