James City County to host bicycle tour

(Photo courtesy of the Looking Out Across America website)

James City County is hosting a Park-to-Park Bicycle Tour on Saturday, July 23 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. that will take cyclists through many of the county’s green spaces. Beginning at Chickahominy Riverfront Park, riders will have four course options with varying degrees of difficulty and length. All riders will receive lunch, refreshments, admittance […]

Legacy 76 to host NPSL playoff game Saturday

Legacy 76 ended its season with a 2-0 defeat to Fredericksburg FC. (Photo courtesy of Virginia Legacy)

Virginia Legacy 76 will continue its historic season this Saturday as the club announced it will be hosting its first National Premier Soccer League playoff game. Legacy 76, which finished the regular season with a record of 6-2-2, earned the no. 4 seed in the Northeast Region playoffs. As a result, Legacy 76 will host […]

Virginia Legacy adds Women’s Premier Soccer League team

Kat Dominguez is the new Girl's Program Director for Virginia Legacy. (Submitted)

Virginia Legacy Soccer Club is adding a new semi-pro soccer team starting in 2017. The Women’s Premier Soccer League recently announced Virginia Legacy as an expansion team beginning in the 2017 season. Virginia Legacy will compete in the Colonial Conference, which also includes teams from Richmond and Virginia Beach. “On behalf of the WPSL, I’d […]

Alexa Halko named to U.S. roster for 2016 Rio Paralympics

Alexa Halko will be representing the United States in the 2016 Paralympic Games. (Photo courtesy of Elesha Halko)

It’s official: Alexa Halko is headed to Rio. After three days of competing in the U.S. Paralympic Trials at Irwin Belk Complex at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, N.C., Halko received the news Sunday morning of her selection for the U.S. Paralympic Team competing in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. “It feels […]

Halko re-breaks world record during U.S. Paralympic Trials

Alexa Halko demonstrates her wheelchair racing technique on the Jamestown track. (Ty Hodges/WYDaily)

Jamestown High School sophomore and aspiring Paralympic athlete Alexa Halko competed in her first event during the U.S. Paralympic Trials at Irwin Belk Complex at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, N.C., on Thursday. Halko, who set a world record in the T34 800-meter in June, competed in the combination T34/T53 — a division reserved for […]

NFL superstars descend on Williamsburg for football camp

Andrew Luck high-fives a camper during the Colonial All-Pro Football Camp. (Ty Hodges/WYDaily)

Two of the NFL’s brightest young quarterbacks, Andrew Luck of the Indianapolis Colts and Marcus Mariota of the Tennessee Titans, along with future Hall of Fame wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, recently visited Williamsburg for the College of William & Mary’s 23rd annual Colonial All-Pro Football Camp. For Fitzgerald, who had attended the youth football camp […]

Boys Soccer: York’s Poelker named Group 3A Player of the Year

Max Poelker earned Group 3A Player of the Year honors. (file photo)

With the high school soccer season completed, the Virginia High School League has announced the boys soccer players named to their respective All-State teams. In total, the Historic Triangle produced 17 All-State selections across Group 4A, 3A and 2A. Among the All-State recipients was York (15-2-1) senior Max Poelker, who took home Group 3A Player of […]

Lafayette names Andy Linn new athletic director

Lafayette coach Andy Linn talks to his team after a football scrimmage. (Photo by Will Armbruster/WYDaily)

Since joining Lafayette High School’s athletic department as an assistant football coach in 1997, Andy Linn dreamed of one day becoming the school’s athletic director. Linn, who has served as Lafayette’s Head Football Coach for the past five years, saw his dream become a reality Tuesday as the Williamsburg-James City County School Board officially tapped him […]

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