Consider the next five days an unofficial rivalry week for local high school sports teams.
Eighteen athletic contests are scheduled between rival schools, including head-to-head matchups between Central and Strasburg, and Skyline and Warren County in all sports later in the week.
Falcons 9, Wildcats 0
Central at Warren County
Singles: 1. Taff (C) d Turner 10-1; 2. Bromley (C) d. Bryant 10-3; 3. Sherman (C) d. Long-Leary 10-3; 4. Davis (C) d. Woodward 10-0; 5. W. Lam (C) d Payne 10-3; 6. T. Lam (C) d. Shipe, 10-7.
Doubles: 1. ...
Boys track and field
At Sherando High School
Team scores: 1. Battlefield 99, 2. Sherando 86.50, 3. Millbrook 67, 4. James Wood 55.5, 5. Fauquier 53, 6. Park View (Sterling) 20, 7. Trinity Christian 15, 8. Skyline 14, 9. John Handley 13, 10. ...
An old rivalry will be renewed this week as the spring sports season starts up.
Central will be playing Sherando in baseball, softball, and boys and girls tennis on Thursday. Central hosts Sherando in baseball, softball and boys tennis, while the girls tennis team will be at Sherando. The ...
2016 Boys Basketball All Area team
Cam Ford, Warren County
The junior averaged 19.1 points per game to lead the Wildcats this season. He shot 48.1 percent from the floor. Ford was a first-team All-Bull Run District selection and a first-team All-Conference 28 ...
Hunter Jost, Warren County
The freshman was the Group 3A state runner-up, the Bull Run District champion and Conference 28 runner-up. Jost was 42-9 and third in the area with 30 pins.
Kyle Sisk, Strasburg
The junior was the Group 2A state ...
FRONT ROYAL — Randolph-Macon Academy’s girls basketball team reached one of its goals Thursday by advancing to the Delaney Athletic Conference tournament final for the third time in the last four years. Now the team wants to take things one step further and win the title.
The top-seeded ...