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Youth baseball leagues planned

MIDDLETOWN -- For the first time in years, Middletown could get its own Little League baseball teams. comments

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* Strasburg football game postponed

The second round of the Group A, Division 2 Eastern Region playoff game between Strasburg and Amelia County has been postponed from tonight until 2 p.m. Saturday. comments

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2011 High School Football Review

The Northern Virginia Daily takes a look at the 2011 high school football teams in the area. comments

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* Millbrook wins state championship

RICHMOND -- For the second straight year Millbrook overcame a 10-point deficit in the first half in the Group AA, Division 3 state championship game. comments

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Prep athletes of the week, Dec. 5-11

Name: Courtni Green School: Millbrook Sport: Basketball Year: Junior Accomplishment: Against Jefferson, Green scored 26 points, and chipped in 12... comments

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*Poquoson defeats Handley 10-3

POQUOSON -- Handley's bid for a state final berth came up just short on Saturday. comments

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* Handley, Warren County move on to regional finals

Handley and Warren County advanced to a regional final showdown as each team posted a victory Saturday in the regional semifinals. comments

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Prep athlete of the week, Sept. 20-26: Lauren Agnew

Behind Lauren Agnew, the Rams went 2-0 last week, with wins over George Mason and Central. Against the Mustangs she had 11 kills, 16 assists and six aces. comments

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Garza hits winning double for Bandits

WOODSTOCK -- A group of kids gathered just outside of the Woodstock dugout, baseballs in hand. They were waiting for River Bandits third baseman Mike Garza to get back from the post-game huddle in left field. They wanted him to sign their baseballs. comments

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Royals break loose against Rebs

NEW MARKET -- As he stood up to dust himself off, his left foot anchored on first base, Kevin Brashears couldn't help but grin. The Winchester Royals center fielder realized he had just gotten away with a call from the umpire. After leading off the top of the first with a single, Brashears had dangled a bit too far off the bag, and appeared to have been tagged for the game's first out. comments

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Cardinals' late-inning bunt attack finishes off Braves

FRONT ROYAL -- With the way Front Royal had been hitting all game, the last thing Staunton probably expected in the eighth inning was to see the Cardinals drop a few bunts. And what a good time it was for Front Royal to catch the Braves off guard. comments

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River Bandits earn home win

WOODSTOCK -- Woodstock got a spectacular game out of two newcomers to defeat New Market, 3-2, Tuesday, tightening the race for the final spot in next week's playoffs. comments

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Jeremy Stafford: Few eyes watched U.S. claim lax title

Somewhere in there, the United States won a world championship. It was squeezed in between the waning attention we splattered on the World Cup and the waxing thrill of the onset of NFL training camps. comments

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Ramirez, Rebels rally past Lumberjacks

NEW MARKET -- New Market's Francisco Ramirez, who had been 0-for-3 with a walk, got the key timely hit to lift the Rebels to a 6-5 victory over Covington in Valley League action on Sunday. comments

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Longtime Rebels coach Weber decides to retire

NEW MARKET -- For Maynard "Mo" Weber, Friday evening at Rebels Park had an unusual feeling to it. comments

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Rebels cough up lead, lose in 11th

NEW MARKET -- Covington scored two runs in the top of the ninth inning and another run in the 11th to stage a dramatic come-from-behind 5-4 win over New Market on Friday in Valley League baseball. comments

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Front Royal boasts solid pitching, takes down Rebels

FRONT ROYAL -- For the first time all season, Mike Grace was being asked to pitch out of the Front Royal bullpen on back-to-back nights. comments

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Collective effort: Judges' Hilaire-Lee, Dixon, Crowe and Myers produce record-setting performance

WINCHESTER -- Be careful when walking near these girls. They stink. We're not talking a bed of roses or a nice perfume. No, when these girls are competing, they reek. comments

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Worth the weight: Heavier shot helps Eagles' Morgan claim state crown

BERRYVILLE -- Hilton Morgan Jr. knows he likely hasn't made any friends with future throwers at Clarke County High School. comments

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Student of the game: Rams' Cover puts in the time for diamond excellence

Outside Zach Cover's house, just a few feet from the grassy hill where the boy would run up and down, training chute and all, sits a batting tee and practice net. It's an ordinary batting tee, nestled in a small corner of the Cover's backyard. It's got its share of marks and scuffs, signs of a tool used to hit well over a thousand baseballs. comments

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Foltz guides Falcons to turnaround

By Brian Eller -- beller@nvdaily.com WOODSTOCK -- Standing in Page County's visitor's dugout, Central baseball coach Donn Foltz could only... comments

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Hinegardner takes lead role for Falcons

WOODSTOCK -- As a youngster, Brea Hinegardner went to a St. Louis Cardinals game and watched Albert Pujols during batting practice. Hinegardner not only watched, but studied his movements and his stance. And soon after, she decided to give his batting stance a try. comments

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Clarke's Grubbs ready to reload once more

BERRYVILLE -- Two boxes sit in the hallway of Clarke County High School. The rest of the building is vacant, save for a few teachers cleaning out their classrooms for the summer. comments

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Moomau finds perfect motivation

WINCHESTER -- Nothing motivates Sarah Moomau like a loss. During her four years at Handley, Moomau suffered only two singles losses, but both led her to improve her game. comments

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Commitment to excellence: Sherando's Nguyen focuses on sharpening tennis game

STEPHENS CITY -- Kaleb Nguyen knew it was a sacrifice, but he knew it was one he had to make. comments

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Bain keeps '13' unlucky for foes

QUICKSBURG -- The boys soccer program at Stonewall Jackson, only 12 years old, doesn't have a deep history. But it has a strong one. comments

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Anderson discovers winning formula for Warriors

STEPHENS CITY -- Two matches from the 2010 soccer season stand out to Sherando boys coach Patrick Anderson -- one a win, the other a loss. comments

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Dennis backs up brashness

STEPHENS CITY -- Perhaps it was brashness that had Brittini Dennis, as a freshman, predicting her legacy at Sherando. A brashness that few freshman can properly exhibit; one that had Dennis, with no goals, with no assists, staring down school records. comments

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Kilmer builds strong family atmosphere for Sherando

STEPHENS CITY -- "Program" isn't the right word for it, but "family" fits perfectly. When describing the Sherando girls soccer team, the word program exudes too many limitations. A soccer program begins in the spring, ends in the summer. It exists on the pitch, not off it. It measures its success with wins and losses. comments

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All-Area girls tennis team

First Team • Katie Gordon, Handley -- The senior, along with Sarah Moomau, advanced to the Region II individual... comments

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