Area Sports News
the team will hold car washes Friday and Saturday.
Flotilla 66 of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary has announced three opportunities for boaters to satisfy the Virginia Boating Safety Education requirements.
Jerry Thrash at Queen’s Creek Outfitters, Cobbs Creek, said flounder are biting in the usual hot spots, Buoy 42 and the Cell.
Team manager Brian Clements said the Gloucester team went undefeated in the district event.
Wass will play basketball for the Colonels and pursue a degree in environmental engineering.
Rains and the threat of more severe storms caused track officials to postpone the $2,000 to win Revere Gas Firecracker 30 from last Saturday.
VMRC will discuss Virginia’s blue crab sanctuary and provisions to control the harvest of crabs, as well.
Flounder have finally arrived in the Buoy 42 and Cell areas, according to Jerry Thrash of Queens Creek Outfitters at Cobbs Creek.
The Middle Peninsula Classic Cruisers car club will host its “Blast from the Past” car show from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in the parking lot of Main Street Center.
Four Gloucester boaters encountered a scary and life-threatening situation Saturday night when the Boston Whaler they were traveling in flipped over because of rough waters.
Fishing remained steady over the holiday weekend, according to local bait and tackle shops.
The Mathews Family YMCA’s adult water exercise program has been extended to Aug. 5.