Sports

Falcons top Hawks in extras

Central's Erika Thorpe slides under Skyline pitcher Carrie Robinson after Thorpe scored on a wild pitch in the eighth inning Monday night in Front Royal.  Rich Cooley/Daily

April 27, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – With Central’s Bekah Ansbro and Skyline’s Carrie Robinson locked in a pitcher’s duel during Monday’s softball game, Falcons coach Lisa Rhodes told her team to take advantage of what was in front of them. It took eight innings, but Central finally did.

Eagles’ offense flows against ‘Cats

April 27, 2015

FRONT ROYAL — Clarke County exploded for three goals — its highest single-game production of the season — to outlast Warren County 3-1 Monday night in Bull Run District boys soccer.

Gerald Almy: Bolder tactics pay off for toms

w/ Gerald Almy column

April 27, 2015

When seeking out early-season turkeys, I’m a firm believer in the subtle, low-key approach to calling. But when a few weeks go by and you still haven’t lured in a tom with soft calling, it may be time to shake things up a bit and get bolder.

Prep scores: April 27

April 27, 2015

Monday’s results
Baseball
• Patriots 2, Crusaders 1
United Christian 000 100 0— 1 3 1
SVCA 000 110 x—2 6 1
U: Yowell, Beeane.
S: Pufnock, Mees (7)

SU roundup: Hornets capture first ODAC baseball title

April 26, 2015

LYNCHBURG – The No. 8/10 Shenandoah University baseball team claimed the university’s first-ever ODAC Championship with a 4-2 victory over Virginia Wesleyan Sunday at Lynchburg City Stadium.

Prep scores: 4-25

April 25, 2015

Saturday’s results
Boys track and field
Apple Blossom Invitational
at James Wood
Team scores: 1. Handley 59, 2. Millbrook 58,

SU roundup: Hornets win on walk-off

April 24, 2015

Daily Staff Reports
LYNCHBURG – Top-seeded Shenandoah University is now one win away from the 2015 ODAC Baseball Championship after

Prep scores: April 24

April 24, 2015

Friday’s scores
Baseball
• Patriots 23, Conquerors 8 (5 innings)
MVCA 005 30 – 8 6 3
SVCA (12)05 6x – 23 15 2

Sherando hands Millbrook first loss

Sherando's Andrew Wade celebrates after scoring a goal late in the first half during a soccer game against Millbrook on Thursday night in Stephens City.  Rich Cooley/Daily

April 23, 2015

STEPHENS CITY – Sherando boys soccer coach Pat Anderson said the Warriors suffered some setbacks defensively earlier in the season. The Warriors had no such trouble Thursday night against visiting Millbrook.