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Meadowbrook’s Coble highlights 2010 signing class, Moses recommits to UVa

Andre Coble, Meadowbrook’s “do everything” star, made it official on Feb. 3 by inking his letter of intent to Temple University. No longer the team that was kicked out of the Big East a few years ago, the Owls, under former UVa assistant Al Golden, have established themselves as an up-and-coming power in eastern football. Temple won nine games in 2009, earning a date with UCLA in the Eagle Bank Bowl.

Cicoria vs. Wheeler: Thomas Dale graduates to go head-to-head in MMA cage fight

With its quick strikes and slow, agonizing submission holds, mixed martial arts is not a sport for the faint of heart. But, the stamina it demands from its fans pales in comparison to the extreme dedication required of its fighters, two of whom call Chester home.

Middle school hoops tournament begins, Warriors advance

Matoaca, Elizabeth Davis and Salem Church have all advanced to quarterfinal play in the 2010 CCPS Middle School Basketball Tournament by virtue of first round victories last Thursday. They join the Falling Creek Panthers, who earned a first-round bye with their 11-1 regular season record.

Extracurricular Running: Fitness and fun go hand-in-hand at Chester Middle

“The only thing better than running club meeting once a week would be if we met twice a week,” exclaimed seventh grader Emily Johnson. Johnson is one of a gym-full of Chester Middle School students who meet each Wednesday during the winter months.

Knights rally to push Petersburg to the brink

In a big-time game with a big-time atmosphere, Petersburg High School brought its No. 1 state ranking into the Dale gym and barely escaped with a 70-66 victory over the Knights.

Lady Knights go on the road to take out Monarchs

In front of a spirited crowd, Thomas Dale improved its record to a perfect 11-0 with a 51-43 road victory versus district rival Meadowbrook.