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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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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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Free-throw shooting lifts Wildcats in OT

FRONT ROYAL -- Most of the game was dead even, but Warren County took over in overtime on Saturday. The Wildcats used clutch foul shooting to pull away with a 70-62 non-district boys basketball overtime win over Central. comments

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Falcons recover from slow start, top Wildcats

Daily Staff Reports - sports@nvdaily.com WOODSTOCK -- Central started off a little slow in its 66-52 win over Warren County... comments

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Flying high: Central slips past Strasburg

STRASBURG -- Central extended its early season winning streak to three Tuesday night by defeating Shenandoah County rival Strasburg 45-33, but it wasn't pretty at times as the teams' defenses dominated play. "We're very happy with the way we played on defense," Central coach Stephanie Mathews said. "On offense, I thought that we were impatient. We need to learn to be more patient and wait for a good shot." comments

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Experienced Central trumps Warren

FRONT ROYAL -- Both host Warren County and Central looked to start off their girls basketball season in the win column on Wednesday night, but only one could prevail. In the end, the more experienced Falcons were able to pull together and notch a victory as they held off the Wildcats, 61-33. comments

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Ayers captures second state title

THE PLAINS -- Katlyn Ayers doesn't like it when an opponent is close behind. For some runners, having somebody on their heels might serve as motivation to keep pushing harder and harder, but that doesn't work for Ayers. If it were up to the Strasburg junior, her closest opponent would be plenty of distance away. So when George Mason's Julia Estrada started to close in on Ayers, who held the lead in the Group A state cross country championships with less than 100 yards to go, Ayers knew she couldn't let her cushion slip away. comments

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Strasburg takes regional crown

ELKTON -- Strasburg won the Region B cheerleading title on Saturday at East Rockingham High School. The Rams finished with 230 points, followed by Manassas Park (226), Central (221.5) and East Rockingham (206.5). comments

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Fickle Falcons flounder early against Eagles

ELKTON -- Momentum can be a fickle thing in volleyball. Central found that out the hard way Monday night. Just when the Falcons thought they had momentum, it quickly disappeared in a 3-1 (25-15, 22-25, 25-17, 25-23) loss to East Rockingham in the Shenandoah District tournament quarterfinals. comments

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Falcons topple Bison

WOODSTOCK -- One year ago, Central suffered a heartbreaking loss at Buffalo Gap, allowing 28 points while managing just 6. The loss was devastating to the Falcons' playoff hopes at the time, culminating with the defeat that kept Central sitting at home during the postseason. It was the kind of blowout that's not easy to forget, the one that sticks with a team for 12 months until they have a chance at redemption. On Friday night, the Falcons got their shot at redemption and behind quarterback Matt Sherfey and wide receiver Sean Semones, they didn't miss. Sherfey threw for 279 yards, 176 to Semones, as Central celebrated homecoming night with a 35-7 win over Buffalo Gap. comments

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Rams' Ayers, Eagles' Trayer take first place

WASHINGTON -- Anyone who has followed Clarke County's boys cross country team over the last decade has probably taken the Eagles for granted. comments

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Central boys team captures Shenandoah district crown

NEW MARKET -- Central's Brandon Poff finished first and led the Falcons to the boys team championship. Luray's Deanna Teter was the fastest girl and Page County took the girls team top spot in the Shenandoah District cross country meet Wednesday afternoon at the 5K/3.1 mile New Market Battlefield Park course. comments

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Central's rally falls short in five-set loss

WOODSTOCK --The Page County Panthers took some of the air out of the Central Falcons' Senior Night celebration balloons, with a 3-2 (25-18, 24-26, 25-10, 17-25, 15-10) Shenandoah District volleyball win Tuesday night. The Falcons recovered from a monumental 17-8 deficit in the second set, and recovered from a 25-10 third set thrashing to win the fourth set, and played to a 10-10 tie before losing the decisive fifth set. comments

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Central captures cheerleading title

STAUNTON -- Central won its second consecutive Shenandoah District competition cheerleading title on Saturday. The Falcons had 240 points in the first round of competition, and 241 points in the second round to win the crown. Page County finished second, and Buffalo Gap was third. Stonewall Jackson finished sixth. comments

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Slow start dooms Falcons in defeat

GREENVILLE -- The Riverheads Gladiators dominated the first half, taking a 28-0 lead, en route to a 42-12 victory over Central in Shenandoah District action Friday. The Gladiators ripped through the Falcons' defense for 323 first-half yards, while the Riverheads' defense held Central to just 33 yards on 17 plays. comments

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Rams, Falcons capture titles at county meet

WOODSTOCK -- Central hosted the Shenandoah County cross country meet Saturday morning at the 3.0 mile Wetzel Farm course off North Street. Strasburg junior Katlyn Ayers took first place and led the Rams to the girls title. Central junior Brandon Poff finished first among the boys, leading the Falcons to the boys top spot. comments

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Flying High: Falcons topple Generals

QUICKSBURG -- When talking about Central's offensive attack, Matt Sherfey's arm seems to get all the credit. Not that it shouldn't, mind you. With 168 yards and two touchdowns in Friday's 24-8 win over Stonewall Jackson, the Falcons senior certainly showed why his throwing skills steal the headlines. comments

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Special teams key for Falcons

FALLS CHURCH -- Central coach Mike Yew has a theory pertaining to punt returns: Once the ball takes its first bounce, players tend to let up. And in the first quarter of Central's football game at George Mason on Friday night, Yew's theory proved true. comments

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Daily Prep Power Rankings

The Northern Virginia Daily Sports staff collaborated to create a football top 10 list. Each staffer voted, with 10 points being awarded to the top-ranked team, nine to the No. 2 team and so on. Numbers in parenthesis indicate where each team was last week. comments

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Eagles set tone early against host Falcons

WOODSTOCK -- Clarke County rolled into Falcon Stadium and set the tone early, never looking back as they left town with a 35-8 victory against Central to remain undefeated on Friday. comments

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Strasburg shuts out Central

WOODSTOCK -- Strasburg seniors Lauran Agnew and Casey Spiker have been together for enough volleyball matches that they know each other's strengths quite well. comments

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Falcons roll past Generals

QUICKSBURG -- Central had a bad habit of falling behind early in each set Tuesday night at Stonewall Jackson. comments

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Central takes out winless Strasburg

WOODSTOCK -- It was an emotional night for Central, especially the seniors. The Falcons beat Strasburg, 28-8, on Friday night, keeping the seniors undefeated against their Shenandoah County rival. comments

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Falcons out-serve Wildcats in victory

WOODSTOCK -- If they had been playing cards Tuesday, the Central Falcons would have been tossed out of the casino for stacking the deck. comments

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