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Prep scores: 8-30

Saturday's results Football Covenant 41, R-MA 28 Boys cross country Central Invitational Team results: 1. Brentsville 17, 2. Kettle Run... comments

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Yellow Jackets tinkering to replace productive backfield

FRONT ROYAL -- You can't help but feel the Randolph-Macon Academy Yellow Jackets got a bit short-changed last season, through no fault of their own. comments

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R-MA's offensive line definitely an international effort

FRONT ROYAL -- Randolph-Macon Academy's football team has traditionally been a group capable of racking up frequent flyer miles, and this year's squad is no different. comments

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R-MA looks to conquer Patriot

FRONT ROYAL --When the Patriot Conference formed three years ago to band together a regional group of in-state football-playing private schools, the new league looked like a good bet to last. comments

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Wildcats escape with 57-53 win over Yellow Jackets

FRONT ROYAL -- A cross-town matchup turned into a proverbial slugfest Monday night when Warren County visited Randolph-Macon Academy in non-conference boys basketball action. comments

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R-MA rolls to season-opening win

Visiting Randolph-Macon Academy cruised to a 54-0 victory over Rappahannock County in high school football action on Saturday night. comments

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Prep scores: Dec. 13

sports@nvdaily.com Girls basketball Warriors 70, Wolverines 36 Sherando 15 13 23 19 -- 70 Woodgrove 6 13 1 16 --... comments

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R-MA shows improvement in loss

FRONT ROYAL -- Randolph-Macon Academy lost their third straight game Saturday, this time 42-6 to undefeated St. James. The Yellow Jackets trailed 35-0 at the half after Saints quarterback Jamie Peterson connected with running back Mike Townes on a long touchdown pass just before the half. comments

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Strong second half propels Greenbrier

FRONT ROYAL -- Randolph-Macon Academy fell to 0-2 on the season Saturday afternoon after losing to Greenbrier Christian Academy, 33-6. comments

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Yellow Jackets ditching wing-T

FRONT ROYAL -- Halfway through last season, Randolph-Macon Academy was already starting to pack away the wing-T offense. comments

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Northern exposure: R-MA graduate Maypray shines in rookie debut

MONTREAL -- The run was nearly as easy as it looked. It was July 1, the season-opener for the Montreal Alouettes and the Saskatchewan Roughriders. It was also a rematch of last year's Canadian Football League championship game, also called the Grey Cup. comments

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R-MA alumnus nets debut TD

REGINA, Saskatchewan -- Former Randolph-Macon Academy standout Tim Maypray had an electrifying Canadian Football League debut on Thursday night. comments

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Patriots hold off Yellow Jackets for victory

STEPHENS CITY -- Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy was fresh off a victory and Randolph-Macon Academy hadn't played during their two-week spring break. comments

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Errors costly for Yellow Jackets

FRONT ROYAL -- Randolph-Macon Academy committed eight errors in a 13-1 loss to Potomac School on Tuesday in baseball action. comments

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Flames deal first defeat to Yellow Jackets

HARRISONBURG -- The ninth-seeded Randolph-Macon Academy Yellow Jackets girls basketball squad suffered its first loss of the season on Tuesday, coming up on the short end of a 38-25 score against No. 8 Eastern Mennonite in the first round of the Virginia Independent Schools Division II state tournament. comments

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R-MA handles Falcons

WARRENTON -- Randolph-Macon Academy sophomore Erin Dullahan sat on the bench Saturday while five of her teammates, including conference Co-Player of the Year Anastasia Voellm, were announced as the starting lineup for the Delaney Athletic Conference tournament championship game against Fredericksburg Academy. comments

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Voellm lifts Yellow Jackets into DAC title game

FRONT ROYAL -- Undefeated Millbrook High School may have the best girls basketball team in the area, but even the Pioneers would have to play second fiddle to the home cooking the crowd at Randolph-Macon Academy deals out to an opponent. comments

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R-MA caps unbeaten regular season

DUMFRIES -- The long snow-induced layoff seemed to have little effect on Randolph-Macon Academy's girls basketball team on Thursday, as the Yellow Jackets downed Pope John Paul the Great 49-29 to finish with the program's first-ever unbeaten regular season. comments

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Yellow Jackets sting St. John's

FRONT ROYAL -- The Randolph-Macon Academy girls basketball squad improved its season record to 14-0 by overwhelming Warren County rival St. John's, 41-8, on Monday evening. 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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R-MA survives scoring drought to stay perfect

FRONT ROYAL -- The Randolph-Macon Academy Yellow Jackets girls basketball team survived a fourth-quarter drought and a Fredericksburg Academy Falcons surge to hold on for a 38-29 win on Wednesday. comments

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Yellow Jackets out to build on quick start

FRONT ROYAL -- George Amos is tempted to daydream, he can't deny it. The longtime Randolph-Macon Academy girls basketball coach can envision a banner season next year, since the Yellow Jackets won't be losing a single player to graduation and a trio of three-year starters will be on the court. comments

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Senior defenders prosper in team's family atmosphere

FRONT ROYAL -- Trust, respect and the genuine care and concern all come to mind when one thinks of family. That's exactly how senior teammates Nathaniel Earp and Josh Temple described the link between the members of the 2009 Randolph-Macon Academy football team -- a family. comments

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