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Russell Road among stakes nominees

Longtime track favorite Russell Road is among the nominees to run in the $100,000 Wild & Wonderful Stakes at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races, part of the June 30 Sprint Festival. Russell Road, trained by former James Wood High...

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Wildcats' football program earns donation

Warren County High School's football program will receive a $5,000 check from the Oshiomogho Atogwe I AM Foundation of the Institute of Science and Health after finishing as the runner-up in a competition among Washington, D.C. and surrounding area schools for the highest grade point average.
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Another All-America honor for Lawson

Former Clarke County High School standout Kat Lawson continues to pile up postseason honors following her final women's soccer season at Washington & Lee University. Lawson's latest postseason accolade is a second-team selection to the D3soccer.com All-America team, announced on...
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Cornell named NSCAA All-Region

Former Warren County High School standout Nick Cornell has been named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-South Region squad.
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Phillips garners pair of Hall honors

WINCHESTER -- Jim Phillips has joined the ranks of two separate halls of fame in the span of a month. Phillips, a longtime Valley Baseball League administrator and executive, was part of the five-person Hunter Maddex Hall of Fame induction...
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Charles Town gets first-ever Grade 2 race

The $1 million Charles Town Classic will be moving up another notch in 2012. The Classic, which attained Grade 3 status this year in just its third running, drew a loaded field for April's race. It was the track's first-ever...
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MMA stays at No. 6, R-MA drops out of VISAA poll

Both Massanutten Military Academy and Randolph-Macon Academy dropped football decisions on Saturday afternoon, but only the Yellow Jackets lost ground in the latest Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association poll. MMA (3-4), which dropped a 19-8 road decision to Sidwell Friends...
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MMA holds steady, R-MA slips a spot in VISAA poll

Massanutten Military Academy snapped a three-game losing streak and halted a slow slide down the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association football rankings with Saturday's 38-0 victory over Fishburne Military Academy. Randolph-Macon Academy didn't fare as well Saturday, falling 30-29 to...
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Rapid Redux makes it 18 straight wins

Rapid Redux took another step in his pursuit of Thoroughbred racing history on Friday night at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races by winning his 18th straight race. With the victory in the 1 1/-8th-mile allowance race, the 5-year-old Kentucky-born...
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Yellow Jackets move up in poll

Randolph-Macon Academy gained a spot in the latest Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association football poll released on Monday. The Yellow Jackets, who knocked off Hancock (Md.) last Friday night by a 40-20 score, moved up to No. 5 in the...
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Ahrnsbrak misses cut at national championship

Winchester's Mike Ahrnsbrak fired a second-round 79 at Creighton Farms Golf Course to miss the cut for this weekend's final two rounds of the Southworth Senior PGA Professional National Championship. Ahrnsbrak, the PGA general manager and head professional at Blue...




















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