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Rams strong in first Central Invitational

WOODSTOCK -- Strasburg's girls and boys teams sped to fourth place finishes respectively Saturday at the first Central Invitational cross country meet at the 3-mile Wetzel Farm course off North Street. comments

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Colonels working toward rebound after winless campaign

WOODSTOCK -- The coaching never stops for Chris Gilliland. comments

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MMA's Holt takes serious approach to leadership role

WOODSTOCK -- Massanutten Military Academy's Joshua Holt isn't one to take his responsibilities lightly, especially not this season. comments

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Spence offers playmaking potential for MMA

WOODSTOCK -- It's another year, another new starting quarterback for Massanutten Military Academy's football team. comments

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2014 All-Area Girls Track and Field Team

FIRST TEAM • Brooklyn Amrich, Strasburg, Sprints Sophomore earned all-state honors in 400-meter run with eighth-place finish at Group 2A... comments

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2014 All-Area Boys Track and Field Team

FIRST TEAM • Justin Bauserman, Central, Hurdles Senior was a two-time Group 3A all-state honoree by finishing fourth in 300... comments

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Nations: Post-grad squad is first-rate

I should probably just file this column away for periodic use, since I seem to write something along these lines every year. comments

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Fauber: Mason is reason to watch Jayhawks

I haven't been watching as much college basketball as I usually do, which isn't all that surprising considering the fact that the only team I really care about -- Virginia Tech -- is having yet another bad season. It's really hard to watch a team that simply isn't very good. comments

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Colonels hammer Saints

WOODSTOCK -- Leading 8-0 with 2:55 remaining in the first quarter, Massanutten Military Academy had third-and-5 on the St. John's 15-yard line. comments

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Reunited duo pushing MMA forward

WOODSTOCK -- Johnny Burnett can be one tough taskmaster. New Massanutten Military Academy football coach Chris Gilliland knows that all too well, having played for Burnett as a cornerback early in his football career at VMI. comments

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Bragging rights: Host Rams go unbeaten in Shenandoah County meet

STRASBURG -- Bobby Rager and Daniel Reynolds are always trying to make each other better. Every day at practice, the 119- and 125-pound Strasburg wrestlers are pushing each other, hoping to help each other improve with their skill sets. comments

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Up and down: Despite turnovers, R-MA earns victory

WOODSTOCK -- For Randolph-Macon Academy boys basketball coach Eric Dudley, it's a new season. comments

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A stinging defeat: Unbeaten Yellow Jackets blow away Massanutten Military Academy

WOODSTOCK -- If there were a sports version of the Geneva Convention, the Randolph-Macon Academy Yellow Jackets' 69-6 annihilation of the Massanutten Military Academy Colonels in girls basketball on Monday night would have violated many of its provisions. comments

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Flames trounce Colonels

WOODSTOCK -- The Front Royal Flames used a second-quarter surge on their way to a 51-18 girls basketball victory over Massanutten Military Academy on Thursday night. comments

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Patriots roll past visiting Colonels

STEPHENS CITY - Watching his team's opponent during warm-ups Monday night, Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy coach Ron Combs decided his squad wouldn't have to worry too much about stopping the 3-point shot but would need to focus its defensive attack on the inside. comments

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Cornerback comes from football family

WOODSTOCK -- The play still stands out in Carl St. Amand's mind. It was third-and-four against St. John's, and the Massanutten Military Academy cornerback picked off a pass at the 40-yard line that swung the momentum in the Colonels' favor. MMA ended up winning that game due in large part to the interception. comments

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