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Nine Historic Triangle Girls Make All-Conference 19 Basketball Teams

Nine Historic Triangle Girls Make All-Conference 19 Basketball Teams

Four Historic Triangle girls basketball players earned First-Team All-Conference 19 honors as voted on by conference coaches. Grafton seniors Christa Hall and Hayley Marshall, Tabb sophomore Tamia Smith and Jamestown sophomore Jamiyah Johnson were all given first-team accolades. Five other Historic Triangle players — Tabb junior Imani McDowell-Jarmon, freshman Brianna Harper and sophomore Madison Clemons, as […]

College Watch: Former Bruton Basketball Standout Marcus Carter Named CAC Rookie of the Year

College Watch: Former Bruton Basketball Standout Marcus Carter Named CAC Rookie of the Year

A year removed from earning all-state honors as a standout for Bruton High, Marcus Carter has been named the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Men’s Basketball Rookie of the Year. In addition to earning Rookie of the Year honors, Carter was named to the All-Conference second-team for his successful season at Division III school Christopher Newport University. Carter, who […]

Boys Basketball Roundup: Carr’s 26 Points Leads Bruton Over Amelia County in 2A East Tournament

Boys Basketball Roundup: Carr’s 26 Points Leads Bruton Over Amelia County in 2A East Tournament

Bruton trailed Amelia County for the first 27 minutes and 55 seconds of Monday’s first round of the 2A East Tournament. The Panthers scored 28 points in the fourth quarter to take out Amelia County 68-54 at home. Bruton had a rough start, with Coach Brenner Carter calling a timeout 27 seconds into the game after […]

Girls Basketball Roundup: Sluss Sinks Layup With 1.5 Seconds Left to Lift Bruton

Girls Basketball Roundup: Sluss Sinks Layup With 1.5 Seconds Left to Lift Bruton

Kelsey Sluss’ last-second heroics helped the Bruton girls basketball team squeak past Amelia County on the road in the 2A East Tournament first round Monday evening. After Bruton missed a pair of free throws that would have extended the Panthers’ lead to four points, the Raiders sank two free throws of their own to tie […]

Tribe Football Announces Coaching Staff Changes

Tribe Football Announces Coaching Staff Changes

William & Mary football coach Jimmye Laycock has announced the hiring of Marvin Clecidor as a defensive assistant for defensive backs, as well as the promotions of Trey Henderson and Joe Brady. Henderson becomes the secondary coach and will continue to serve as the recruiting coordinator, while Brady assumes the role of video coordinator in addition […]

Cullen Large’s Walkoff Single Leads Tribe Baseball to Series Sweep

Cullen Large’s Walkoff Single Leads Tribe Baseball to Series Sweep

EMERSON, Ga. – Freshman Cullen Large hit a two-out single in the bottom of the eighth inning lifting the William & Mary baseball team to a 5-4 victory over Northern Kentucky in the final game of the series in Emerson, Ga. With the win, the Tribe swept the three-game set and improved to 4-2, while the […]

Balanced Attack Leads Tribe Women’s Basketball to Senior Day Triumph Over Northeastern

Balanced Attack Leads Tribe Women’s Basketball to Senior Day Triumph Over Northeastern

The William & Mary women’s basketball team picked up a convincing 62-47 victory over Northeastern on Sunday afternoon inside of Kaplan Arena. Senior Jazmen Boone scored a team-high 14 points in the victory. With the win, the Tribe improves to 14-14, 8-9 in Colonial Athletic Association play, while the Huskies fall to 4-23, 1-16 in league action. […]

Tribe Baseball Returns to Action With a Convincing Victory

Tribe Baseball Returns to Action With a Convincing Victory

EMERSON, Ga. – The William & Mary Tribe baseball team returned action for the first time in two weeks, and did so in a big way, picking up a 9-3 victory over Northern Kentucky in Emerson, Ga. on Saturday night. With the victory, the Tribe evened their record at 2-2, while the Norse fell to 2-6. […]

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