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Wildcats closer moved to Saturday at City Stadium

The Armstrong Wildcats (6-3) football team will close out it’s regular season this Saturday at City Stadium at 2PM against the Henrico Warriors (7-2).

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2014 Armstrong Football Schedule

9/5 43-6 Thomas Jefferson)
9/12 50-20 John Marshall (HOME)
9/19 53-8 Colonial Heights (HOME)
9/26 36-21 Glen Allen (AWAY)
10/3 46-24 Varina (AWAY)
10/10 30-35 Highland Springs (HOME)
10/17 12-49 Hanover (AWAY)
10/24 22-70 Atlee (AWAY)
10/31 22-21 Lee-Davis (AWAY)
11/8 2PM Henrico (City Stadium)

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Amanda Loraine
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Alex
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Is this because of a higher than average expected crowd or because the suburbanites from Hanover are scared to play in the ghetto?

Alex
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Sorry meant Henrico

Rick Tatnall
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Rick Tatnall

Alex, apparently you also meant “ghetto”. I have some friends in Fairfield Court that take great exception to your characterization of their community. I suggest you stop and consider before you hit the “post” button.

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Oh yeah Fairfield Court is a great neighborhood… one of Richmond’s finest. It wasn’t meant as a judgment on the people who live there. In fact that remark wasn’t even meant to be my take on it, more a jab at how scared suburban folks are about coming downtown. But since you had to go on and make a dumb comment, I will say you’re kidding yourself if you think it’s not a complete shithole. Maybe you’ve managed to make friends with a few folks who think otherwise but I’d be willing to bet that the vast majority of residents… Read more »

Brian Colegrove
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OOoooooh, burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrn!

C’mon, anybody in any of the courts calling them anything but ghettos are looking through rose colored glasses.

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Even from a strictly literal sense, our court system is a bunch of “ghettoes”. The term originally referred to forced ethnic and socio-economic neighborhoods to centralize what were thought to be problem residents (i.e., Jewish ghettos in Nazi Germany). This isn’t a whole lot different than the approach that Richmond took when they crammed all their poor residents in these neighborhoods in areas where they’d be out of sight. The derogatory connotations associated with the term come from the bad effects that usually follow when poverty is centralized and cut off from the rest of the world. This approach has… Read more »

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I am very excited for both schools! But Henrico is hardly a better funded school system. Richmond actually spends almost $4,000 more per pupil then Henrico. Eastern Henrico is not that different from East Richmond. Now, I would love to see the Wildcats play a high school in Alexandria! Check out the data:http://www.doe.virginia.gov/statistics_reports/supts_annual_report/2012_13/index.shtml