Sports

R-MA girls claim DAC tourney championship

February 26, 2017

WARRENTON – Randolph-Macon Academy girls’ basketball coach Jeff Moxie says every game his Yellow Jackets play, the two goals are to average double figures per period while holding the opponent in single digits.

Prep scores: Feb. 25

February 26, 2017

Saturday’s results
Girls basketball
DAC finals
Yellow Jackets 55, Warriors 25
Randolph-Macon (18-2)
Grove 5 0-0 10, Trupiano 3 1-2

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.

Prep scores: Feb. 23

February 23, 2017

Thursday’s results
Girls basketball
DAC tournament semifinals
Yellow Jackets 59, Knights 27
Chelsea Academy 6 14 5 12—27
R-MA 6 16 18 19—59
Chelsea Academy
Simon 2 9-12

Morse takes over as ace of Hornets’ staff

Shenandoah University's Colin Morse throws a pitch during the Hornets' season opener against Misericordia last Saturday at Bridgeforth Field. Morse, a junior, will lead SU's starting rotation this season.   Photo courtesy of Shenandoah University

February 23, 2017

WINCHESTER – Colin Morse stepped into a great learning opportunity when he took the field for Shenandoah University’s baseball team as a freshman in 2015.

Recreation League: Feb.19

February 23, 2017

Shenandoah County Parks and Recreation Department
Men’s basketball
Division 1
Playoff Results: Feb. 19
MOJO 78, Not Guilty 70

Patriots blast Blazers in MDCC quarterfinal

Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy's Eric Truong splits Cumberland Valley Christian School's David Bolich, top and Grant Carter, bottom, during first quarter basketball action Tuesday night in Stephens City.   Rich Cooley/Daily

February 21, 2017

STEPHENS CITY – Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy’s boys basketball team dominated every aspect of Tuesday evening’s Mason-Dixon Christian Conference tournament quarterfinal game against Cumberland Valley Christian School.

Prep scores: Feb. 21

February 21, 2017

Tuesday’s results
Boys basketball
MDCC quarterfinals
Patriots 100, Blazers 48
CVCS 15 7 9 17 – 48
SVCA 26 27 29 18 – 100
Cumberland Valley Christian School