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Robertson mows down Colonels in rare start

STEPHENS CITY -- It's a good thing Cody Robertson has some experience in waiting between pitching opportunities. comments

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Well-rounded Rams solid in home meet

STRASBURG -- Jeff Rudolph landed a pretty good gig this season, and now the first-year Strasburg High School track and field coach aims to keep it a plum job for the present and the future. comments

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Prep scores: 4-9

Wednesday's results Baseball Falcons 7, Dragons 4 Central 000 240 1 -- 7 10 1 William Monroe 111 001 0... comments

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Prep roundup: Holsinger sparks Generals to 1st baseball win

NEW MARKET -- Freshman Cole Holsinger had three hits and drove in the go-ahead run to lead Stonewall Jackson to a 2-1 baseball win over Shenandoah District rival Stuarts Draft on Friday at Rebel Field. comments

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Prep scores: April 4

Baseball • Stonewall Jackson 2, Stuarts Draft 1 Stuarts Draft 000 100 0 -- 1 6 1 Stonewall 000 110... comments

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Prep scores: April 3

Thursday's results Baseball • SVCA 2, Broadfording Christian Academy 1 Broadfording 000 010 0 -- 1 4 2 SVCA 000... comments

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Prep scores: April 2

Wednesday's results Baseball • Fairfax Home School 21, Massanutten Academy 2 Girls tennis • Wildcats 9, Hawks 0 Warren County... 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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Nations: Area QBs learning on the job

You go to enough football camps and talk to enough football coaches, and sooner or later you'll hear all about players' "heads swimming" as they learn a new offense or defense, shift over to a new position, move up a level of competition or join a new program. 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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