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Conference 43 football honors

Posted on November 21, 2014 at 11:02 am

CONFERENCE 43 Offensive player of the year: Marcus Byrd (Rappahannock) Offensive lineman of the year: Anthony Darby (Rappahannock) Defense MVP: Sterling Hammond (Essex) Defensive lineman of the year: Nick Graves (Colonial Beach) Defensive back of the year: Sterling Hammond (Essex) Coach of the year: Scott Foster (Colonial Beach) First-team offense: C Sr. Darin Jones (CB); OG—Sr. Robert Umphlette (E), Jr. Jovan Gillis (Ra); OT—Jr. Anthony Darby (Ra), Sr. Kenny Ashdown (Washington and Lee); TE Sr.

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  • Rappahannock’s Eamonn Collins signs letter of intent to attend Tusculum College in Greeneville, Tennessee

    Posted on November 19, 2014 at 10:47 am

    Eamonn Collins (right) with his dad and Rappahannock baseball assistant coach Shawn Collins.

    Surrounded by family, coaches and school faculty, Rappahannock High School senior Eamonn Collins signed his letter of intent to play baseball and attend classes at Tusculum College in Greeneville, Tennessee next fall. “One of my main goals from when I was little was always to help my parents out as much as I could with college,” Collins said. “[Tusculum College] offered me the most money, and their facilities are extremely

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  • Head Coach: Raiders’ Marcus Byrd’s numbers were ‘off the charts’

    Posted on November 15, 2014 at 9:20 am

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    Raiders set for a rematch against rival Essex Trojans   The Rappahannock Raiders put on an impressive team performance Friday night to knock off the Sussex Tigers, 39-28.  The Raiders, seeded ninth in the Division 1 East, had one of the closest Division 1 games of the night against the eighth-seeded Tigers. Raider standout Marcus Byrd proved his all-purpose abilities striking for four different touchdowns in four different ways, including

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