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Central advances in girls soccer

LOVINGSTON -- Two goals from Katie Philpott and goals from Katie Bennett and Allison Eye helped propel Central past Nelson County, 4-0, in the Region B girls soccer quarterfinals. Falcons keeper Mirands Morris had 10 saves in the win while Bennett added an assist. comments

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Errors costly for Falcons in tournament final

NEW MARKET -- After Thursday night's attempt to play was suspended due to periodic lightening in the middle of the first inning, and Friday's rescheduled game was rained out, the second seed Central Falcons and top seed Page County Panthers finally got to play the Shenandoah District baseball tournament championship game Saturday afternoon, at Rebel Park. comments

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Central falls to George Mason in Region B semis

FALLS CHURCH -- Central's boys tennis season came to an end on Saturday in a 5-1 loss to George Mason in the Region B semifinals. comments

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Panthers bring out worst in Central again

HARRISONBURG -- Central softball coach Jill Yew was perplexed. Just minutes after her team's 3-2 loss to Page County in the Shenandoah District tournament final, she was still searching for a clue as to why her team makes so many errors against the Panthers. comments

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Falcons soar past Generals for title

QUICKSBURG -- There was no on-field celebration for Central on Thursday. There were no shrieks from teammates, no applause from fans in the stand, not even a team gathering following the final whistle. In fact, there wasn't even a final whistle. comments

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Falcons advance to district final

HARRISONBURG -- Caitlin Cummins has seen enough of Luray pitcher Jennifer Jewell this season to have a pretty good idea of her repertoire, and when she likes to use it. comments

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Falcons rally to advance to regionals

HARRISONBURG -- Central secured a Region B tournament berth with a 9-8 baseball victory over Buffalo Gap in the Shenandoah District tournament semifinals on Wednesday at James Madison University. The Falcons play Page County today at JMU in the final at 7 p.m. comments

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Prep roundup: Philpott's goal lifts Central to road win

SWOOPE -- Central's Katie Philpott scored in the second overtime to give the Falcons a 3-2 overtime win over top-seeded Buffalo Gap in the Shenandoah District girls soccer tournament semifinals on Tuesday. comments

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Central sweeps in soccer

WOODSTOCK -- In a Shenandoah District tournament quarterfinal doubleheader at Central, the first featuring the Falcons' girls soccer team, the latter game featuring the Falcons' boys, both teams exercised differing styles of play yet reaped similar results. comments

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Generals win boys district crown, Central take second in girls

HARRISONBURG -- The Stonewall Jackson Generals took several top spots, and Central also earned some medals, in the Shenandoah District Track and Field meet on Wednesday evening at Harrisonburg High School. comments

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Central names Rinker as AD

WOODSTOCK -- Kenny Rinker admits his career was at a crossroads a few months ago. comments

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Soaring to the top: Sophomore Barb makes quick progress for Falcons

WOODSTOCK -- When Molly Barb showed up for the first day of practice last season, Central girls tennis coach Jordon Robinson immediately saw potential in her. comments

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Central falls short against Riverheads

WOODSTOCK -- For the second time in 10 days, Central and Riverheads had a girls tennis match come down to the wire. And for the second time, it was the Gladiators pulling out a 5-4 Shenandoah District victory on Thursday. comments

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Bennett propels Falcons to win

QUICKSBURG - This season has provided Katie Bennett with plenty of reasons, it seems, to hang her head low, and few reasons to keep it from rising too high. Bennett's Central Falcons were winless heading into Shenandoah District play, and had suffered a handful of grueling, grimy one-goal losses. comments

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Defensive gem: Defense, Koontz key Generals' district win

WOODSTOCK -- The sliver of orange fabric, which has been strapped to his arm for only 10 games, hasn't changed Colton Koontz. comments

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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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