BRIDGEWATER -- Brad Martz sat slumped in his chair, fielding questions from local media. He bore marks of a man who had just left everything out on the field. His jersey was patches of brown and white, his one finger bloodstained and continuing to bleed.
WINCHESTER -- Not too long ago, Phil Volz imagined he'd play soccer in college. He had, after all, spent the greater portion of his high school career playing for his travel soccer team, Ashburn SC, and in a multitude of college showcases.
WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University baseball coach Kevin Anderson announced Thursday morning the path his team will take in attempting to earn a third straight trip to Appleton, Wis., and the NCAA National Championships.
WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah football coach Paul Barnes is often amazed during the Hornets' defensive team meetings. He blithely absorbs the meetings along with the rest of his team, which is making the transition from a base 4-3 scheme to a 3-4.
WINCHESTER -- As Sarah Moomau and her parents were headed to look at Longwood University, she had a bad feeling about it. The Handley girls tennis standout didn't think there was any way this school would be the right one for her.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -- Shenandoah University will have two chances to make a return trip to the NCAA Division III Baseball National Championships after downing Mary Washington 10-5 on Friday in the winner's bracket final of the South Regional.
QUICKSBURG -- Helen Good had a grand slam to get Clarke County's offense going and the Eagles never looked back. Clarke County pounded out 22 hits to cruise to a 23-6 non-district softball victory over Stonewall Jackson on Monday.
BURLINGTON, N.C. -- No. 9/14 Shenandoah University earned its first-ever USA South Conference baseball championship with a 7-4 win over Christopher Newport on Sunday afternoon at Burlington Athletic Stadium.
STEPHENS CITY -- Dan Jones struck out 10 batters while Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy's offense exploded for 16 runs as the Patriots defeated Fresta Valley 16-1 in high school baseball action on Monday.
"Talk to me." University of Virginia quarterback Ross Metheny looked both excited and exhausted. Only minutes following U.Va.'s annual spring game, which pitted the Orange team against the Blue team in a controlled scrimmaged, Scott Stadium hummed with enthusiasm over Metheny, the former Sherando star who'd just picked apart the Cavaliers' second-string defense.