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Candidate Profile: C.E. “Cliff” Hayes (District 77)

C.E. “Cliff” Hayes is the Democratic candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates District 77. His name will appear on the ballot on Nov. 2. Biography: Del. Cliff Hayes was elected to represent the 77th District in the Virginia House of Delegates in 2016. Hayes was born in Chesapeake and grew up in the South Norfolk neighborhood. He attended Oscar Smith High School, and was later inducted into the Tiger Athletic Hall of Fame. He earned a degree in management computer information systems from Norfolk State University, where he also played basketball. He’s spent nearly 30 years working in technology, public policy, and management.
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Eagles Sign DE Josh Sweat to 3-Year Extension

For the second straight Saturday, the Eagles handed out a contract extension to one of their own, this one a three-year deal to defensive end Josh Sweat, keeping him tied to the Eagles through 2024. Sweat was scheduled to be a free agent following this season after being selected in...
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WATCH: Highlights of MSU commit QB Katin Houser in blowout prep victory on Friday

Michigan State commit Katin Houser had another impressive performance in leading his squad to a blowout victory on Friday night. Houser — who’s a four-star quarterback in the 2022 class — made numerous big-time plays in leading St. John Bosco to a 49-0 win over Oscar Smith High School on Friday night. Houser finished the game completing 11-of-15 passes for 161 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran for 35 yards and a touchdown in the victory.

Landstown star DJ Hand commits to Boston College

Donald Hand Jr., rated a four-star basketball recruit, is going from the Landstown Eagles to the Boston College Eagles, and he wouldn’t have it any other way. Hand made his commitment on Tuesday. “It’s been real exciting,” said Hand, who chose the Eagles over many offers, including those from Clemson, Connecticut, Georgia Tech and Maryland. “It’s been a lot of hard work and sacrifice. A lot of ...