Sherando track and field coach Tom Grim expects points to be at a premium in today's Northwestern District meet, and the longtime Warriors coach has left no stone unturned in his search for scoring possibilities.
FRONT ROYAL -- As Randolph-Macon Academy's baseball team untangled from a dog pile on the pitcher's mound to assemble for a team photo session Friday afternoon, onlookers were treated to the musical stylings of Neil Diamond.
STEPHENS CITY -- Randolph-Macon Academy senior right-hander Neil Dutton dared Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy's batters to hit his offerings during Tuesday's game, filling slicing pitch after pitch across home plate as he filled the strike zone.
QUICKSBURG -- Ending up on the losing end of a shutout is never fun, but Stonewall Jackson's girls soccer team can take some solace in the fact that they have plenty of company when it comes to facing Wilson Memorial.
FRONT ROYAL -- Tanner Blankenship can admit the truth now. After a summer of precious little time in the water to prepare for his senior season at Randolph-Macon Academy, Blankenship was sweating hard over how he'd perform his first time out for the Yellow Jackets.
I generally refrain from straying into Gerald Almy's neck of the woods -- our weekly outdoors columnist does a bang-up job keeping readers informed about all things nature -- but this is one time I'm making an exception.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco may have parroted that famous line that makes Mickey Mouse's ears perk up all the way down in Florida (or California, I can't remember which), but I'm guessing his mind wasn't envisioning a prime seat on Space Mountain.