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Dukes advance to FCS quarterfinals with win over Seawolves

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HARRISONBURG — James Madison University left no doubt about which team is the best in the Colonial Athletic Association this season. The Dukes scored early and cruised to a 26-7 victory over Stony Brook on Saturday in the second round of the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. ...

JMU’s Amos having strong season on special teams

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HARRISONBURG — When James Madison University senior John Miller suffered a game-ending injury against Stony Brook on Saturday, someone had to step up — and D’Angelo Amos did. The redshirt freshman, playing in his first-ever Football Championship Subdivision playoff game, returned a punt ...

Nationals’ Zimmerman to take part in holiday event

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The Frederick County Parks and Recreation Department announced on Monday that Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman will be coming to county on Dec. 12. Zimmerman will take part in Walking in a Winter Wonderland presented by Jim Stutzman Chevrolet-Cadillac Co. at Clearbrook Park ...

Prep scores: Dec. 4

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Monday’s results Boys basketball Central 78, Skyline 48 Girls basketball Falcons 42, Hawks 39 Central 13 11 12 6—42 Skyline 5 16 9 9—39 Central (2-2) Gale 1 0-0 2, Herbaugh 3 1-3 7, Frye-Williams 1 0-2 2, Marston 3 0-0 9, Strother 7 1-2 17, Scott 2 1-3 5. Totals 17 3-10 ...

Dukes ready to face Seawolves in playoffs

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HARRISONBURG --James Madison University went through a tough Colonial Athletic Association regular season without a blemish. Today, the Dukes face one more CAA foe -- this time with the season on the line. The Dukes host Stony Brook in the second round of the Football Championship ...

Prep scores: Dec. 2

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Saturday's results Football VHSL Class 4 state semifinals Spartans 49, Warriors 14 Sherando 0 0 7 7 – 14 Salem 21 14 7 7 – 49 First Quarter Salem: Ramsey 66 run (Craft kick), 11:43. Salem: Ramsey 2 run (Craft kick), 3:17. Salem: Ramsey 22 run (Craft kick), 1:31. Second ...

Prep scores: Dec. 1

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Friday's results Boys basketball Central 93, Page County 89 (3 OT) Skyline 67, Rappahannock County 35 Stonewall Jackson 60, Strasburg 41 Leaders: Stonewall Jackson: Nick Dotson 25 points, 8 steals; Brendan Hoover 20 points Girls basketball Generals 38, Rams 28 Strasburg 7 5 10 ...

Wildcat boys see good, bad in basketball season opener

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FRONT ROYAL – Warren County High School’s boys basketball team drew a tough matchup at home on Tuesday night against Class 4 Northwestern District foe Millbrook, and as is the case in most season openers, Wildcats head coach John Kelly saw some good and some bad in the 78-48 loss. Among ...

Central still trying to find its way after late start to season

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QUICKSBURG -- Central has only had a complete boys basketball team for a little over a week, so it's no surprise that the Falcons have been a little up and down to start the season. Due to the football team making a run in the postseason, some of the players didn't start practicing with the ...

Seniors spark Generals to victory over Falcons

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QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson's girls basketball team has youth and experience this season. On Wednesday night the experience showed late in the game. The Generals, led by a group of seniors, escaped with a 43-38 overtime victory over Shenandoah County rival Central. Stonewall Jackson ...

Prep scores: Nov. 30

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Thursday's results Boys basketball Woodgrove 82, Warren County 48 Girls basketball Woodgrove 63, Warren County 47

Strasburg looking to reach big heights this season

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STRASBURG -- Strasburg's girls basketball team is hoping to reach heights it hasn't been to in a while. To get there the Rams will need to rely on their height. Strasburg has three players 6-foot-2 or taller, all of whom can make a big impact for the team this year. Christyan Reid, a ...

Craig Murto: Matt McCall should not be proud

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  Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series crew chief Matt McCall is not sorry that he won $20,000 for finishing first in the Late Model Stock Car portion of the Thanksgiving Classic at North Carolina’s Southern National Motorsports Park. But the former Late Model regular, now Jamie ...