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Annual bike ride changes dates

Dave Adsit is hoping a new month will bring some nicer weather. comments

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Graded stakes winners among nominees for Charles Town Oaks

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Sweet Reason and Miss Behaviour, the top two finishers in the Test (G1) at Saratoga last month, as well as Stonetastic -- a recent runaway winner of the Prioress (G2) -- top a list of 35 nominees for the $500,000 Charles Town Oaks (G3) coming up on Sept. 20 at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races. The Charles Town Oaks, which will be run as a Grade 3 for the first time, serves as the marquee race on the track's sixth annual Race for the Ribbon program. comments

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Pro-Am tournament delayed

The Pro-Am Golf Tournament scheduled as part of the 87th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival has been pushed back a day due to predicted severe weather. comments

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Feeling the heat: Redskins GM Allen fields fans' questions

WOODSTOCK -- Bruce Allen was feeling the heat on Friday, for certain. 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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Championship run: Madden leads Hawks to title

WINCHESTER -- Thomas Madden wasn't about to overlook his district rival, not even when he had the lead near the end of the race. comments

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Extra-inning save: Former big leaguer Nyman has new lease on life

FRONT ROYAL -- Three weeks after nearly dying in a softball dugout, Chris Nyman stepped onto the Front Royal softball fields and gazed out across the diamond. comments

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Volunteers needed for World Series

WINCHESTER -- Department of Parks and Recreation officials are calling for volunteers to help operate the Cal Ripken-Babe Ruth 10-year-old World Series to be held next year at Jim Barnett Park. comments

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Field of dreams?

WINCHESTER -- With the blessing of the City Council, preparations are under way to host the country's best 10-year-old baseball players next year in Winchester. comments

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Area athletes get chance to play lacrosse

Soon, budding lacrosse players across the region will have a place to practice their sport with the creation of the Shenandoah Valley Youth Lacrosse League. comments

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Yost Field may showcase 10-year-old World Series

Department needs at most $198,000 from Winchester for upgrades, fees By Alex Bridges - abridges@nvdaily.com WINCHESTER - The city could... comments

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