Brad Fauber

Hornets drop ODAC opener to rival Eagles

October 4, 2015

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football winning streak came to an end Saturday night in a soggy Homecoming matchup with rival Bridgewater College at Shentel Stadium.

Hoover, Falcons run over Wildcats

Central's Hank Hoover follows his blockers as he cuts outside against Warren County during first half action Thursday night in Woodstock.   Rich Cooley/Daily

October 1, 2015

WOODSTOCK – Central’s first drive against visiting Warren County told Falcons senior running back Hank Hoover all he needed to know in Thursday night’s Bull Run District football matchup.

Hornets shifted focus inward during bye week

September 30, 2015

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team is off to its best start in program history, but the Hornets’ march to 3-0 wasn’t flawless. So Shenandoah used its bye week last week to turn its focus to internal improvements ahead of Saturday night’s Old Dominion Athletic Conference opener against rival Bridgewater.

Male Athlete of the Week: Holsinger breaks out on football field for Generals

Cole Holsinger

September 30, 2015

QUICKSBURG – Cole Holsinger hadn’t donned football pads since around his eighth-grade year, but when Jay Goode was hired as Stonewall Jackson High School’s new football coach last spring, Holsinger was curious to see the new direction the Generals’ struggling program was heading.

Hawks sweep rival Wildcats

September 28, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – For the last week, Skyline volleyball coach Erika Berry has been preaching to the Hawks the importance of keeping their minds focused on the 12 players on the court and nothing else. The Hawks responded with arguably their most complete game of the season Monday night.

Loy takes conference title as Warriors advance to regionals

September 24, 2015

HARRISONBURG – If Sherando junior Brett Loy had any qualms about his run to the Group 4A state golf title a year ago, it was that his teammates largely missed out on the postseason experience. Things will be different this year.

Scott delivering on the field for Hornets

Leonard Scott     Shenandoah University

September 23, 2015

WINCHESTER – Before each one of Shenandoah University’s football games, sophomore wide receiver Leonard Scott approaches freshman quarterback Hayden Bauserman for what Scott refers to as a “brother-to-brother moment.”

Wildcats fall to visiting Dragons in five sets

September 22, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – Warren County’s rally fell short against visiting William Monroe in Tuesday night’s volleyball match between Bull Run District/Conference 28 foes.

Hornets seek to extend winning streak against N.C. Wesleyan

September 18, 2015

WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team made history last weekend when it began the season 2-0 for the first time in program history with its road win over Ferrum College. The Hornets will be looking to make it three straight today with yet another road contest against a former USA South Conference rival in North Carolina Wesleyan College.

Warriors’ Loy fires 67 to win

Sherando's Brett Loy putts an early hole during Tuesday afternoon golf at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club in Front Royal. Rich Cooley/Daily

September 15, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – Sherando junior Brett Loy got off to a bit of a sluggish start – at least by his standards – at the eighth annual Skyline Invitational golf tournament at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club Tuesday afternoon.

Wildcats’ Morrow thriving early in senior season

Claire Morrow

September 15, 2015

FRONT ROYAL – Claire Morrow has always loved tackling hills during her cross country races. That’s why the Warren County senior enjoys racing the course at the Eastern Mennonite Invitational.

Pet of the Week: Royal Ann looking for some help and a home

Royal Ann, a  Chihuahua/miniature pinscher mix, is available for adoption at the Shenandoah County Animal Shelter in Edinburg.  Brad Fauber/Daily

September 15, 2015

n said the surgical procedure will cost about $150 per eye – Royal Ann suffers from cherry eye in both eyes – and she added that the shelter would like to have Royal Ann spayed at the same time as the procedure in order to avoid putting her under anesthesia twice.

Even those who aren’t in the market for a new pet can help fund the procedure as a sponsor by sending donations to the Shenandoah County Animal Shelter, Wakeman said. The facility is located at 268 Landfill Road in Edinburg 22824.