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Pro-Am tournament delayed

The Pro-Am Golf Tournament scheduled as part of the 87th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival has been pushed back a day due to predicted severe weather. comments

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Fun for everyone: Sports Breakfast full of inspiring messages

WINCHESTER -- On a crisp, January morning in 1983, John Riggins pulled into the Washington Redskins' facilities. He slid into his usual parking space; the one reserved for the tailback's mammoth truck, but didn't get out. Instead, Riggins began to think. comments

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Cheung enjoys 10K; Reta places first again

WINCHESTER -- Not having run in the Apple Blossom Festival Valley Health 10K (6.2-mile) race since her freshman year, Millbrook High School senior Tammy Cheung decided to enter this year's event, mostly just for fun. comments

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For Brown, food over football

WINCHESTER -- Roger Brown had a decision to make in 1969. He enjoyed playing professional football, but he also wanted to spend more time with another love of his -- the restaurant business. comments

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Bradburne relishes Olympic memories

WINCHESTER -- Mary Wayte Bradburne sat down on a fluff of a couch in the First Presbyterian Church in Winchester. Her eyes drank in the scene as the other Apple Blossom Festival celebrities -- Roger Brown, Ken Mease and Kelly Wright, to name a few -- sipped from plastic water bottles and munched on sandwiches. comments

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Driven to compete: Wampler wins crown at Open

FRONT ROYAL -- Several years ago, Jerry Wampler had an opportunity to get into the golf business. comments

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Meese, Campbell to attend festival

WINCHESTER -- The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival announced Tuesday that Handley graduate Lang Campbell and former WUSA-TV sportscaster Ken Mease will be sports guests for this year's festival. comments

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Clock management: Sherando girls make most of limited time on the track

WINCHESTER -- For Sherando track and field coach Tom Grim, 1 p.m. on Saturday was a pivotal hour, at least for his girls team. comments

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Thorne sparks host Colonels to strong boys finish

WINCHESTER -- James Thorne admits he's comfortable competing on his home track. Lucky for James Wood. comments

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Riggins named Sports Marshal for Festival

WINCHESTER -- John Riggins, the former Washington Redskin and Hall of Fame running back, has been named Sports Marshal of this year's Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival. comments

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Brown, Mitchell to attend festival

WINCHESTER -- The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival has announced that former NFL players Roger Brown and Brian Mitchell will be attending this year's festival. comments

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