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Falcons slip past Generals

NEW MARKET -- Claire Barbour hadn't made much use of her net play this season. But with the match against Shenandoah District and county rival Stonewall Jackson on the line Friday afternoon, she decided it was time to try. comments

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Marked men: Falcons set to get tattoos if they advance to states

WOODSTOCK -- CB9. That is the team motto for Central's boys tennis squad. The players say it in a team huddle before every match. comments

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Central uses full arsenal in home win

WOODSTOCK -- The arsenal was full and Central used all of its weapons as the Falcons blew up, down, and through the Bison from Buffalo Gap in boys soccer action on Monday night. comments

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Breakout effort: Central's offense erupts for 19 runs to back Hinegardner

QUICKSBURG -- The Central softball team has longed for a game like this all season. Sure, the Falcons can usually count on veteran pitcher Brea Hinegardner to throw strikes and keep opponents to a few runs each time out. comments

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Generals slip past Falcons

WOODSTOCK -- The word both teams used for Tuesday's girls soccer match between Central and Stonewall Jackson was intense, and that certainly described it well. comments

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Golladay's hat trick sparks Stonewall to home victory

QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson senior Dylan Dawson stood on the Generals sideline, the final minutes of a 6-1 win over Central spilling off the scoreboard. comments

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Central, Sherando win appeals to stay put

CHARLOTTESVILLE -- The results of the Virginia High School League redistricting and reclassification hearing, held Monday morning, were surprising, if not unprecedented. comments

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Central falls to Bison

WOODSTOCK -- Playing the previous year's Shenandoah District champs is always a daunting task, but Central's girls soccer team proved that it could play with the best in the district Friday. comments

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Wilkins, Fleming end Falcons' jobs

WOODSTOCK -- Last Sunday, Roger Wilkins sat down to make a few phone calls. On his list were six people, the half-dozen players who are set to return to the Central boys basketball varsity squad next season. comments

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Got it Covered: Rams junior provides solid pitching effort against Falcons

STRASBURG -- Zach Cover will tell you he's not an overpowering pitcher. He'll say his pitches aren't really designed to leave a hitter off balance after an at-bat, and that all he tries to do is throw strikes and let his defense get all of the glory. comments

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Strasburg erupts to beat rival

STRASBURG -- Despite the fact that they're not playing in the same district, a Strasburg-Central game is always something special for both teams, and Wednesday's girls softball matchup was no exception. comments

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Head-to-head: Rams battle Falcons to scoreless tie

STRASBURG -- The Strasburg Rams couldn't muster much of an advantage playing on their home pitch; nor could the Central Falcons profit from an excess of free kicks. comments

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Hinegardner pitches through pain for win

WOODSTOCK -- Nothing was going to keep Central's Brea Hinegardner from pitching against Strasburg. comments

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Strasburg rolls past Central

WOODSTOCK -- Strasburg starting pitcher Zach Cover pitched a brilliant two-hitter and the Rams' bats produced 11 hits to propel Strasburg to a decisive 12-1 victory on Thursday over Central in five innings. comments

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Heishman makes 'The Nest' his second home

WOODSTOCK -- All the lights in the school were off, except for the ones in the Central gym. There were no teammates, no coaches, no referees, no students sitting in "The Nest." It was just Aaron Heishman and a basketball. comments

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Thorpe's homer grounds Falcons

BERRYVILLE -- Ashley Thorpe hates pressure situations. The Clarke County senior hates the feeling that her whole team is relying on her to come up with a big hit. comments

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Seventh heaven: Hinegardner's heroics help Central to victory

WOODSTOCK -- For six innings, Mariah Foltz was flawless. The Broadway pitcher had dominated Central's lineup, allowing no runs, no hits and only four batters to even reach base. She was three outs from tossing a no-hitter. comments

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Gobblers feast on Falcons' early errors for easy win

WOODSTOCK -- Broadway took advantage of three first-inning errors by Central to score five early runs that proved to be more than enough to handle the Falcons on Thursday as the Gobblers picked up a 17-3 win in six innings. comments

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Blue Streaks deliver tough lesson to Falcons

WOODSTOCK -- The Group A Central Falcons boys tennis team got the early-season challenge they were seeking, and then some, as the Group AA Harrisonburg Blue Streaks took all but one match for an 8-1 win in sunny, 72-degree weather on Friday at W.O. Riley Park. comments

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Falcons soar past Wildcats

FRONT ROYAL -- The Central Falcons got off to a flying start to begin their 2010 baseball campaign on Wednesday night. comments

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Central unable to keep pace with Mustangs

FALLS CHURCH -- For Central's girls basketball team, just playing in a regional game for the first time since 2006 was a great learning experience. comments

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Off and running: Quick start lifts Clarke to home win

BERRYVILLE -- Clarke County lost back-to-back games entering this week's regional tournament, including a defeat in the district semifinals last week. The extra time off gave the Eagles plenty of time to work on their game, and on Tuesday night it all paid off. comments

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Luray clips Falcons in district semifinals

HARRISONBURG -- Central led throughout most of its game with Luray on Thursday night. The Falcons found themselves in control for three quarters, but they couldn't deliver the knockout punch. comments

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A Stout effort: Generals get big win over rival Falcons

QUICKSBURG -- Last summer, Stonewall Jackson girls basketball coach Jeff Burner talked with senior forward Heather Stout about being patient this season with a very young team. Stout is the only senior on a team that has seven freshman and three sophomores. comments

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Central back on top of boys rankings

The Northern Virginia Daily Sports staff collaborated to create a top 10 boys basketball list. Each staffer voted, with 10 points being awarded to the top-ranked team, nine to the No. 2 team and so on. comments

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Falcons knock off undefeated Page County

WOODSTOCK -- For all of Michael Marston's impressive statistics against Page County, it's the Central senior's final rebound of the game that he won't forget. comments

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Falcons rise up for win

WOODSTOCK -- For the second time in less than a week, Central's girls basketball team knocked off one of the top teams in the state. comments

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Face to face: Clar scores 24 points to boost Generals over rival Central

QUICKSBURG -- When Central upset Group A top-ranked Strasburg on Saturday, the Falcons fed off their ability to double-team Rams center Jenna Smoot and hold the senior to eight points. comments

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Falcons fly past Stonewall Jackson

QUICKSBURG -- If the key to winning is defense, then Central's boys basketball team appears to have what it takes to run deep into the postseason after an impressive performance against host Stonewall Jackson on Wednesday night. comments

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Bragging rights: Host Rams go unbeaten in Shenandoah County meet

STRASBURG -- Bobby Rager and Daniel Reynolds are always trying to make each other better. Every day at practice, the 119- and 125-pound Strasburg wrestlers are pushing each other, hoping to help each other improve with their skill sets. comments

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