Dukes start big road swing at Towson

October 9, 2015

HARRISONBURG – James Madison University’s football team will be playing four out of its next five games on the road, starting with today’s contest at Towson University at 3 p.m..

Prep scores: 10-8

October 8, 2015

Thursday’s results
Sherando 3, Handley 0 (25-17, 25-16, 26-24)
Madison County 3, Central 0 (25-18, 25-18, 25-16)
Rappahannock County

‘Preacher Man’

JMU quarterback Vad Lee runs during a game earlier this season. Lee leads the Dukes with 594 yards rushing.   Photo courtesy JMU Athletics Communications

October 7, 2015

HARRISONBURG — Vad Lee is known for making big plays with his arm and his legs for James Madison University every Saturday. However, in his hometown of Durham, North Carolina, Lee is known at his church as “Preacher Man” and for his strong faith in God.

Bauserman, Hornets ready to move on from first loss

October 7, 2015

WINCHESTER – For the first time this season, Shenandoah University quarterback Hayden Bauserman looked like a freshman in last Saturday’s loss to Bridgewater College in the Hornets’ Old Dominion Athletic Conference opener.

Prep scores: Oct. 7

October 7, 2015

Wednesday’s results
Region 1A East tournament
At Hobbs Hole Golf Course, Tappahannock, Par 71
Team scores: 1. Rappahannock 319,

Prep scores: Oct. 6

October 6, 2015

Tuesday’s results
Region 2A East tournament
At Kiskiack Golf Club in Williamsburg (Par 72)
Team scores: 1. Robert E.

Aggressive Warriors sweep past Hawks

Kelsey Singhas  Rich Cooley/Daily

October 6, 2015

STEPHENS CITY — Sherando volleyball coach James Minney has been preaching to his team to be more aggressive and Tuesday night the aggressiveness paid off.

Ward is new manager of River Bandits

October 6, 2015

Kyle Ward has seen two sides of the Valley Baseball League, one as a player with New Market in 2012 and another as an assistant coach with Aldie this past summer. Now Ward will get the chance to see the league from a third perspective.

Steele leading way for Dukes

October 5, 2015

HARRISONBURG — Gage Steele was everywhere on defense Saturday for James Madison University during its 38-20 victory over Stony Brook.

Hawks push past Falcons in 3-0 sweep

October 5, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – Skyline volleyball coach Erika Berry warned her team against a slow start when the Hawks hosted Central Monday night. The extra work the Hawks put in pre-match to prepare the gymnasium for Skyline’s annual Pink Game, plus Berry’s anticipation of an energetic start by a Falcons team desperately seeking its first win, prompted a little caution on the coach’s part.