Hornets drop ODAC opener to rival Eagles

October 4, 2015

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football winning streak came to an end Saturday night in a soggy Homecoming matchup with rival Bridgewater College at Shentel Stadium.

Hoover, Falcons run over Wildcats

Central's Hank Hoover follows his blockers as he cuts outside against Warren County during first half action Thursday night in Woodstock.   Rich Cooley/Daily

October 1, 2015

WOODSTOCK – Central’s first drive against visiting Warren County told Falcons senior running back Hank Hoover all he needed to know in Thursday night’s Bull Run District football matchup.

Prep scores: 10-1

October 1, 2015

Thursday’s scores
Central 46, Warren County 0
George Mason 22, Strasburg 0
Stuarts Draft 47, Stonewall Jackson 0

Hornets shifted focus inward during bye week

September 30, 2015

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team is off to its best start in program history, but the Hornets’ march to 3-0 wasn’t flawless. So Shenandoah used its bye week last week to turn its focus to internal improvements ahead of Saturday night’s Old Dominion Athletic Conference opener against rival Bridgewater.

Male Athlete of the Week: Holsinger breaks out on football field for Generals

Cole Holsinger

September 30, 2015

QUICKSBURG – Cole Holsinger hadn’t donned football pads since around his eighth-grade year, but when Jay Goode was hired as Stonewall Jackson High School’s new football coach last spring, Holsinger was curious to see the new direction the Generals’ struggling program was heading.

Falcons, Wildcats searching for momentum

Warren County's Robert Rutherford scrambles for yardage against Madison County last Friday night in Front Royal. The Wildcats will travel to Woodstock tonight to take on the Central Falcons. Rich Cooley/Daily

September 30, 2015

Entering this week’s game, Warren County and Central are in the same boat. Each team is 1-3 and desperate for a win that could help turn its season around. The game has been moved to Thursday at 7 p.m. due to impending weather.

Craig Murto: The Chase is a winner


September 30, 2015

I have no problem admitting when I am wrong, and when it comes to NASCAR’s Chase for the Sprint Cup, I was very wrong.

Prep scores: Sept. 30

September 30, 2015

Wednesday’s results
Boys cross country
Warren County, George Mason at Central
Team scores: 1. Central 22, 2. George Mason 35,

Fall fly fishing

Steve Napoliello, of Manassas, fishes with his fly rod along the North Fork of the Shenandoah River at Chapmans Landing north of Edinburg recently.  Rich Cooley/Daily

September 30, 2015

Steve Napoliello, of Manassas, fishes with his fly rod along the North Fork of the Shenandoah River at Chapmans Landing north of Edinburg recently. Rich Cooley/Daily

Motivated Wildcats sweep past Rams

September 29, 2015

FRONT ROYAL — Sometimes a loss can be a real motivator for a team. Warren County used that kind of motivation to its advantage on Tuesday night.

Prep scores: 9-29

September 29, 2015

Tuesday’s scores
Conference 35 Tournament
At Blue Ridge Shadows Golf Club, Front Royal (Par 72)
Team scores: 1 Central

Plauger helps Central to conference title in spite of rain

Central's Joseph Plauger tees off Tuesday morning during the Conference 35 golf tournament at Blue Ridge Shadows in Front Royal.  Rich Cooley/Daily

September 29, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – Central golf captain Joseph Plauger put his foot down at a recent Falcon practice and told his teammates that weather would not inhibit them in Tuesday’s 2A East Conference 35 tournament at Blue Ridge Shadows.

L’Amoreaux qualifies for regional

Warren County's Courtney L'Amoreaux tees off during the Conference 28 Tournament on Monday afternoon at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club in Front Royal. Rich Cooley/Daily

September 28, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – All bets were off on Warren County senior Courtney L’Amoreaux Monday at the annual Group 3A Conference 28 tournament at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club.

Hawks sweep rival Wildcats

September 28, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – For the last week, Skyline volleyball coach Erika Berry has been preaching to the Hawks the importance of keeping their minds focused on the 12 players on the court and nothing else. The Hawks responded with arguably their most complete game of the season Monday night.

JMU win brings national attention

September 28, 2015

HARRISONBURG — James Madison University’s 48-45 win over Football Bowl Subdivision opponent Southern Methodist University on Saturday garnered a lot of attention for the Dukes. JMU, a Football Championship Subdivision school, beat a FBS school for the fifth time in school history.