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Roundup: Falcons pile up goals in victory

LURAY -- Nick Wakeman and Justin Mauck-Hill each found the back of the net twice on Thursday to lead a Central team that earned an 8-0 boys soccer win over Luray. comments

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Roundup: Generals earn doubleheader sweep

NEW MARKET -- Stonewall Jackson pounded out 22 hits as it swept Eastern Mennonite in a non-district baseball doubleheader on Tuesday. The Generals won the first 12-0 and the second game 14-0. Both games were called after four innings due to the mercy rule. comments

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Wildcats capture hard-fought win

FRONT ROYAL -- Kelly Martin broke through with a goal in the 54th minute to lift host Warren County over Central 1-0 in a non-district girls soccer game on Monday. comments

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Shenandoah outlasts Cougars for 12-inning victory

DANVILLE -- Shenandoah University opened its Easter weekend baseball series against Averett with a 9-6 USA South Conference win on Friday. comments

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Roundup: Pioneers rally past Patriots

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Millbrook's softball team kept its bats quiet for most of the game, but broke through late with a three-run sixth inning to defeat Washington, W.Va., 3-1 on Thursday. comments

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Eight-run rally sparks Clarke to win

BERRYVILLE -- Clarke County's baseball team used an eight-run third inning to fly past visiting Central 11-1 on Tuesday. comments

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Holcomb's 14th-inning single helps Hornets sweep Captains

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University second baseman Jon Holcomb didn't seem to mind the chill one bit late Satuday night. comments

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Vance excited to compete at nationals

WINCHESTER -- Samantha Vance has one of those events that just really says it all. All-around, as a matter of fact. That's what Vance competes in for the Wilson College gymnastics team, and -- all in all -- she's pretty darn effective. comments

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Roundup: Hornets set marks in blowout victory

WINCHESTER -- The Shenandoah University baseball team set new school records for runs and hits in a game in a 35-13 non-league win over Long Island, N.Y.-based St. Joseph's on Thursday. comments

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Hornets win on ninth-inning rally

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University won in dramatic fashion Wednesday, edging out Messiah College, 3-2. comments

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Hendershot's hit boosts Pioneers to win

SOUTH RIDING -- Kate Hendershot's eighth-inning RBI single gave Millbrook a 4-3 win over Freedom on Tuesday in non-district softball action. comments

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Homers power Hornets to victory

WINCHESTER -- To combat the long season, Shenandoah skipper Kevin Anderson teaches his team to break the schedule down into four 10-game stretches. This allows his players to focus on the games at-hand, rather than become caught looking down the road at another game. comments

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Roundup: Eagles' Herndon fires perfect game

BERRYVILLE -- Freshman pitcher Sarah Herndon started her varsity career off on the right foot. Herndon threw a perfect game to lead Clarke County to a 15-0 win over Stonewall Jackson in non-district softball action on Thursday. The game only went five innings due to the mercy rule. comments

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Roundup: King carries Wildcats to victory

WOODSTOCK -- Warren County's Nicole King struck out 17 and helped herself at the plate to lead the Wildcats to a 3-0 non-district softball win over Central on Wednesday. It was the season opener for both teams. comments

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Hornets capture weekly accolades

Four Shenandoah University student-athletes have been honored by the USA South Conference in selections announced on Monday by the league office. comments

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Parker finishes fourth in nationals

Limestone College's Jeremy Parker, a Millbrook High School graduate, posted a fourth-place finish at Saturday's NCAA Division II wrestling national championships in Omaha, Neb., to earn All-American honors. comments

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Host Shenandoah rolls past Hollins

WINCHESTER -- The Shenandoah University women's lacrosse team registered its fourth straight victory Monday with a 17-1 non-league win over visiting Hollins University. comments

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Hot-hitting Hornets pick up easy sweep

WINCHESTER -- It didn't seem like much at the time. It was the top of the first inning, and Albertus Magnus' Erik Suraci was at the plate. comments

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SU softball earns big home sweep

WINCHESTER -- The Shenandoah University softball team registered a school first on Tuesday by sweeping a pair of non-league games with Messiah College. comments

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Red-hot Hornets win fifth straight

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University ran its baseball winning streak to five games on Monday with an 18-0 whitewash over Penn State-Harrisburg. comments

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Hornets rally for conference sweep

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to rally for a 7-6 win over Greensboro College on Sunday in USA South Conference baseball action at Bridgeforth Stadium. comments

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Home, sweet home: Host Hornets win opener at Bridgeforth

WINCHESTER -- Each game, the Shenandoah University offense has the same goal. No matter the opponent, the objective is simple. comments

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Hornets break two-game slide

The Shenandoah University baseball team snapped a two-game losing streak on Thursday with an 11-8 non-league win at Bridgewater College. comments

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N.C. Wesleyan sweeps Hornets

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C. -- North Carolina Wesleyan swept a pair of games from Shenandoah University over the weekend. The Bishops defeated the Hornets, 4-2, on Saturday and followed that up with a 11-7 victory on Sunday. comments

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Hornets land three all-conference selections

Junior Kevin Kline headlined three Shenandoah University men's basketball players who earned All-USA South Conference honors in selections announced on Wednesday by the league office. comments

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SU's Flint, Hargbol garner honors

Shenandoah University seniors Katherine Flint and Alexis Hargbol both earned All-USA South Conference honors in selections announced Wednesday by the conference office. comments

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Shenandoah gets tournament win

Shenandoah University advanced to the USA South Conference men's basketball tournament semifinals for the second straight year with a 60-56 quarterfinal round victory over Methodist on Tuesday. comments

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Methodist downs SU in quarterfinals

Fourth-seeded Methodist University ended Shenandoah women's basketball season with a 65-53 win over the Hornets on Tuesday in the USA South Conference tournament quarterfinals in Fayetteville, N.C. comments

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Sticking to it: SU's Ott proving to be a natural for lacrosse

WINCHESTER -- Three years ago, Jennie Ott had never seen a lacrosse stick. She'd hardly heard of the sport, though southern whispers of it rose from Charlottesville, where the University of Virginia women were tearing through the ACC. comments

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Flint provides spark for Shenandoah

WINCHESTER -- Katherine Flint needs only one moment. One opening. One flicker of light, dawning between two defenders, and then the Shenandoah senior dances. Astonishes. Inspires. comments

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