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Switch to tennis pays off for Central’s Bromley

Central's Matt Bromley returns a volley during a recent practice at W.O. Riley Park in Woodstock. The senior will be challenging for the team's No. 1 singles spot this season. Rich Cooley/Daily

February 24, 2017

WOODSTOCK – Matt Bromley used to play baseball, but after realizing that Central had a tennis team he decided to play that instead. Two years later he and the rest of the Central boys tennis team are very happy with his choice.

Warriors fall to Black Knights in regionals

February 19, 2017

CHARLOTTESVILLE –Sherando’s boys basketball team started off strong against Charlottesville on Saturday, but the game slipped away in the second half.

Generals fall to Gladiators in conference semis

February 15, 2017

GREENVILLE — For the third time this season, Stonewall Jackson fought tooth and nail with Shenandoah District rival Riverheads and for the third time the Generals came up a little short.

Dodson, Streett lead Generals to tourney win

Highland County's Morgan Adams battles with Stonewall's Sara Streett for the ball during second quarter action Friday night in Quicksburg.  Rich Cooley/Daily

February 10, 2017

QUICKSBURG — Emily Dodson and Sara Streett work well together out on the court. The connection between the Stonewall pair was on full display Friday night.

Defense sparks Wildcats past Rams

Warren County's Arianna Smoot goes up for a shot against Strasburg's Haley Bischoff during third quarter basketball action Tuesday night in Strasburg. Rich Cooley/Daily

February 7, 2017

STRASBURG — Warren County went almost seven minutes without a basket on Tuesday night, but the Wildcats’ defense saved the day.

Chatterjee’s 28 points lift Mustangs over Wildcats

Warren County's Cam Ford sails through the lane for a shot over George Mason's Dustin Green during second quarter basketball action Monday night in Front Royal. Rich Cooley/Daily

February 7, 2017

FRONT ROYAL — Warren County boys basketball coach Tony Clark was prepared to slow down George Mason’s leading scorer Max Ashton. However, what he wasn’t expecting was the hot-shooting of Anish Chatterjee.