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Athlete of the Week: Ford makes history at Warren County

Cam Ford

January 19, 2017

FRONT ROYAL – Cam Ford has done a lot in his four years at Warren County. The three-sport athlete has made his mark in every sport he’s played. Last week, Ford added something else on his high school resume – a school record.

Wildcats rally past Hawks for Conference 28 victory

January 18, 2017

FRONT ROYAL — Warren County boys basketball coach Tony Clark wanted his team to pick up the pace in the second half against Skyline on Wednesday night. The Wildcats were able to do it just enough to get a big victory.

Fast start lifts Skyline girls past Warren County

January 18, 2017

FRONT ROYAL — With Warren County having to play on back-to-back days, Skyline girls basketball coach Jim Kenney felt like his team would have an advantage on Wednesday when the cross-town rivals met — and he was right.

Defense sparks Falcons past Rams

Strasburg's Hannah Alexander, left, and Lauren Nofsinger, right, climb over Central's Tamra Scott as she works to shoot underneath the basket during second quarter girls basketball action Friday night in Strasburg.  Rich Cooley/Daily

January 13, 2017

STRASBURG — Central girls basketball coach Bryan Scott decided to use the full-court press defense from the start of the game against Strasburg. It was a decision that paid off in a big way for the Falcons.

Brunelle leads Dragons past Falcons in front of UConn coach

January 11, 2017

WOODSTOCK — William Monroe’s Sam Brunelle is used to playing in front of college coaches. So when University of Connecticut women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma showed up in Woodstock Wednesday night it was just business as usual for Brunelle.

Kloosterman still enjoying JMU’s national championship experience

Jonathan Kloosterman

January 10, 2017

It’s been several days since James Madison University’s football team won the school’s second Football Championship Subdivision national championship. But starting JMU junior tight end and 2014 Strasburg graduate Jonathan Kloosterman said the accomplishment still hasn’t hit him.