Brad Fauber

Hornets ‘paring down’ offense to help solve O-line woes

September 29, 2016

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University football coach Scott Yoder said last week that the Hornets were going to simplify things during the bye week to try to mitigate some of the recent struggles of the offensive line. On Wednesday he said that has included “paring down” some of the responsibilities of the guys up front.

Wildcats overcome slow start

Warren County's Arianna Smoot exchanges hands with her teammates after a kill Tuesday night in Strasburg. The Wildcats won the match 3-1.  Rich Cooley/Daily

September 27, 2016

STRASBURG – Strasburg raced out to an 11-point lead in the opening game against Warren County in Tuesday night’s Bull Run District matchup, but things quickly turned into a lopsided affair in favor of the visiting Wildcats.

Jimenez, Central take top honors in tourney

Central's Coy Jiminez tees off during the Conference 35 Golf Tournament held Monday at Bowling Green Country Club in Front Royal.  Rich Cooley/Daily

September 26, 2016

FRONT ROYAL – As Central High School’s golf team wrapped up regular-season play last week, the players on the Falcons’ roster had a unified message for head coach Jeff Walters – “We’re fine.” The team proved as much Monday afternoon.

Young providing energy, excitement for Hornets

Shenandoah University senior cornerback Bayvon Young thrives as one of the Hornets' most vocal and energetic leaders.   Photo courtesy of Shenandoah University

September 26, 2016

WINCHESTER – Bayvon Young had a sophomore football season worthy of All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference recognition with Shenandoah University in 2013. The next year, he was no longer on the roster.

Falcons top Eagles in overtime thriller

Central's Alex Sibert hauls down Clarke County's Hunter Rogers for no gain on a first quarter rushing play Friday night in Woodstock.  Rich Cooley/Daily

September 23, 2016

WOODSTOCK – Central High School football coach Mike Yew said the Falcons’ coaching staff has spent the last two weeks selling hard the importance of discipline and physicality to its players. Last week the Falcons lacked that discipline in a loss on the road. On Friday night at home against Clarke County, they put both aspects together.

Hornets hoping to solve O-line issues during bye

September 21, 2016

WINCHESTER – The rushing totals from Shenandoah University’s last two football games may be a bit unsettling for the Hornets, but head coach Scott Yoder said Wednesday that the coaching staff is far from hitting the panic button.

Rams’ rally falls short in loss

Strasburg's Daniella Henry goes up to block a kill by Clarke County's Javonna Lansdown during a Tuesday night volleyball match at Strasburg.  Rich Cooley/Daily

September 20, 2016

STRASBURG – Strasburg High School’s volleyball team roared back from a 2-0 deficit against visiting Clarke County on Tuesday night. But it was the Eagles who made the final rally.

Generals top Falcons in four sets to pick up first win

September 19, 2016

WOODSTOCK – Slow starts have plagued Stonewall Jackson High School’s volleyball team during the first half of the season. Following another sluggish beginning to a loss to Stuarts Draft last week, Generals head coach Lindsey Dinges demanded that her team come out strong on Monday against county rival Central.

Hornets fall flat in loss to N.C. Wesleyan

September 18, 2016

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University football coach Scott Yoder said the Hornets learned some hard lessons Saturday afternoon against visiting North Carolina Wesleyan.

Tigers pull away late to spoil Wildcats’ home opener

September 18, 2016

FRONT ROYAL – Warren County High School’s football team stuck with visiting Brentsville for three quarters Friday night. The Wildcats simply couldn’t muster enough offense to keep pace with the Tigers.

Hornets chasing another 3-0 start in matchup with Bishops

September 17, 2016

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team is a win shy of consecutive 3-0 starts for the first time in school history, and to accomplish that feat this weekend the Hornets will have to get past what head coach Scott Yoder called the most talented non-conference team they will face this season.

Loy wins conference mini, Warriors finish second

Sherando's Brett Loy lines a putt during the Conference 21 West meet Thursday afternoon at Blue Ridge Shadows.  Rich Cooley/Daily

September 15, 2016

FRONT ROYAL – The Conference 21 West mini tournament at Blue Ridge Shadows on Thursday afternoon offered Sherando’s golf team a final chance to see where it stands before the true conference tournament kicks off postseason play next week. If Thursday’s results are any indication, the Warriors can expect to be right in the hunt for a team title.