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Falcons excited for new season

With a blend of seniors and freshman, Central's softball team has good reason to feel optimistic about the season. comments

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Falcons' Poston a key asset

WOODSTOCK -- Katelyn Poston doesn't get nervous. comments

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Skarupa makes all the right moves

WOODSTOCK -- Central girls basketball coach Mallory Skarupa made all the right moves this season leading Central to its first state berth since 1996. Now that the season is over she has to work on getting down a few new dance moves. comments

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2013-14 All-Area Girls Basketball Team

First team • Alesha Adams, Warren County The senior forward/gurad helped lead the Wildcats to a third-place finish in the... comments

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Ukai makes memorable debut in soccer for Falcons

WOODSTOCK -- Taishi Ukai wowed his teammates with a little sleight of hand during a preseason dinner for Central's boys soccer team, as he performed several card tricks that head coach Ted Poor said left more than a few Falcons "mesmerized." comments

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2013-14 All-Area Boys Basketball Team

FIRST TEAM • Travis Cooper, Central The senior averaged 15.8 points per game to lead the Falcons this season. Cooper... comments

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Central overcomes slow start, tops Generals

NEW MARKET -- Central overcame a sluggish start, and came up with the big hits when it needed them on Monday. comments

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Poston named first-team all-state in basketball

Katelyn Poston set a personal goal for herself at the beginning of basketball season to make all-state. On Sunday, she found out her goal had been achieved -- twice. comments

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Falcons handle Generals

QUICKSBURG -- Mary Wakeman had a feeling she had a little more power in her pink bat on Monday -- and she was right. comments

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Prep scores: March 24

Baseball • Falcons 9, Generals 6 Central 001 125 0 -- 9 10 3 Stonewall Jackson 102 011 1--6 8... comments

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VHSL Class 3A All-State girls basketball

VHSL All-State Class 3A girls basketball team First team Player School Brianna Zook Broadway Tayler Dodson Spotswood Taylor Blevins Abingdon... comments

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VHSCA Class 3A All-state girls basketball

VHSCA Class 3A All-State girls basketball Player of the Year: Tayler Dodson, Spotswood Coach of the Year: Chris Dodson, Spotswood... comments

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2013-14 All-Area Girls Swim Team

FIRST TEAM • Quinn Blankenship, R-MA A sophomore, Blankenship finished 12th in the VISAA state meet in the 500-yard freestyle.... comments

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Shaffer guides Falcons through uncharted waters

To hear Central High School swim coach Steve Shaffer tell it, this season of change for the Falcons was ... well, it was pretty much sink or swim. comments

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2013-14 All-Area Boys Swim Team

FIRST TEAM • Cheng Qian, R-MA A junior, Qian finished 15th at the VISAA state meet in the 100-yard backstroke.... comments

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Central boys open season with win over Wildcats

WOODSTOCK -- Central's boys soccer team, like every other team in the area, has had limited practice time outside due to the weather. So when the Falcons took to the pitch for its season opener against visiting Warren County on Friday night, head coach Ted Poor was simply hoping to see some positives. comments

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Warren girls get past slow start

WOODSTOCK -- Warren County's girls soccer team needed a half to work the kinks out against host Central on Friday night. comments

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Prep scores: 3-21

Friday's scores Girls tennis • Hawks 5, Eagles 4 Clarke County at Skyline Singles: 1. Venable (S) d. Elliston 10-5; 2.... comments

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Keeler: Falcons playing to full potential

I can remember watching Central's girls basketball team two years ago and thinking this team has a chance to do special things in the next few years. comments

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Keeler: Postseason excitement draws near

It's that time of the season. comments

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Fauber: Central to honor first HOF class

Central High School is finally getting a Hall of Fame for the school's athletic program. comments

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Prep scores 11-1

Friday's results Football boxes Warriors 55, Hawks 7 Sherando 21 21 13 0 -- 55 Skyline 0 0 0 7... comments

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VHSL Playoff Ratings 10-21

VHSL ratings As of Oct. 21 Class 4A North 1. Sherando 27.62 2. Salem 27.28 3. Eastern View 26.14 4.... comments

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Nations: Football playoff picture positive

The Virginia High School League released the initial football playoff ratings this week, and were the season to end today it would indeed be another banner year for high school football. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 5

Volleyball • Sherando 3, Skyline 0 • George Mason 3, Strasburg 1 • William Monroe 3, Central 2 • Warren... comments

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Nations: Area QBs learning on the job

You go to enough football camps and talk to enough football coaches, and sooner or later you'll hear all about players' "heads swimming" as they learn a new offense or defense, shift over to a new position, move up a level of competition or join a new program. comments

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Daily Prep Power Rankings: Oct. 12

Daily Staff - sports@nvdaily.com The Northern Virginia Daily Sports staff collaborated to create a football top 10 list. Each staffer... comments

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Second-half surge carries Falcons over Generals

QUICKSBURG -- As the first half slipped under two minutes Thursday night, Stonewall Jackson guard Russell Hill pulled up just shy of the foul line and drained a jumper. The Generals were jumping for joy, cutting Shenandoah District rival Central's lead to five points with the made basket. Then came the whistle: One of Stonewall Jackson's players had held the ball a tad too long after it ended flight through the hoop, and the perceived delay resulted in a technical foul called against the Generals. comments

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Defense ignites Falcons to win

QUICKSBURG -- For 13 minutes Thursday, Stonewall Jackson looked like a team on its way to a stunning upset of Central in girls basketball. The Generals were beating the undefeated Falcons press with ease and scoring at will. But with 3:42 left in the second quarter, everything changed. Central exploded for an 18-0 run that left Stonewall Jackson (1-7) gasping for air. After that, the Falcons had no trouble dominating the Generals and eventually winning easily 67-52. comments

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