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Current Rams hope a state football championship answers question about who ...
Dec 10, 2014 • Daily PressWILLIAMSBURG — Is this year's football team the greatest in Lafayette High school history? The answer should be easy, considering the Rams are 14-0, have outscored the opposition by an average of 45-7 and have not won a game by fewer than 19 points ... More
Lafayette starts slowly, then dominates in 52-6 victory over Huguenot
Nov 14, 2014 • Daily PressLafayette High School''s John Douglass runs in for a touchdown during the first round of the 3A East Regional playoffs against Huguenot High School at Wanner Stadium in Williamsburg, Virginia on Friday, November 14, 2014. (Jesse Hutcheson / Virginia ... More
Williamsburg, Norfolk high schools begin using helmet sensors in football
Aug 20, 2014 • Washington PostThey are believed to be the first schools in Virginia to offer the equipment. Dan Gotthardt, an athletic trainer at Lafayette High School in Williamsburg, said he has used it “two or three times” since practice started last week to evaluate players who ... More
Hard part begins for Bay Rivers District football teams as tough foes await in ...
Nov 18, 2014 • Daily PressLafayette High School''s John Douglass runs in for a touchdown during the first round of the 3A East Regional playoffs against Huguenot High School at Wanner Stadium in Williamsburg, Virginia on Friday, November 14, 2014. (Jesse Hutcheson / Virginia ... More
Lafayette High Band Director Chris Smith Resigns, Heads to Woodside
Dec 19, 2013 • Williamsburg Yorktown DailyUnder Smith's direction, the Lafayette High School Band has earned distinction from the Virginia Band & Orchestra Directors Association as a “Virginian Honor Band.” It means the Lafayette group took a rating of “superior” – the highest possible – at ... More
Year in Review: Top Sports Moments of 2014
Dec 23, 2014 • Williamsburg Yorktown DailyWhile state banners are considered the ultimate achievement for high school athletes, they do not always define a season for a high school athlete or local sports fans. Rivalries, personal achievements and “firsts” can also create lasting memories, and ... More
Hornsby, Lafayette Students Among 93rd District Art Competition Winners
Nov 11, 2014 • Williamsburg Yorktown Daily(Left to right) A self-portrait in graphite by Lois S. Hornsby Middle School eighth-grader Sunnidae Gillien, and “I'm Done,” a work in graphite pencil by Lafayette High School senior Joshua Curtis.(Images courtesy of the Del. Monty Mason website). More
Clark Nexsen design receives international recognition
Oct 21, 2014 • Daily PressThe UNC Coastal Studies Institute Research Building designed by Virginia Beach-based Clark Nexsen has been awarded the International Architecture Award for Best New Global Design by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design and ... More
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