Sherando High School

Making up for lost time

Sherando senior Brogan McPartland led the Warriors to the playoffs, and had an impressive 19.5 sacks and 40 tackles for loss this season. Rich Cooley/Daily

December 18th, 2014

STEPHENS CITY — Last year Brogan McPartland had to sit back and watch most of the season from the sidelines due to a broken leg. This year, the Sherando senior did his best to make up for lost time.

2014 All-Area Football Defensive team

December 18th, 2014

First team
Defensive line, Gerren Butler, Skyline
Senior was a first-team All-Conference 28 selection. Butler was a first-team All-Northwestern selection.

2014 All-Area Volleyball Team

December 17th, 2014

First Team
Michelle Baker, Sherando

The senior was a first team all-Northwestern District selection and was named a first

Warriors finish perfect in Skyline quad meet

December 17th, 2014

FRONT ROYAL — Sherando wrestling coach Pepper Martin had to make some last-minute additions to his lineup before Wednesday’s quad match at Skyline High School.

Warriors fall to Raiders

December 17th, 2014

STEPHENS CITY — Sherando and Loudoun County have met in the postseason the last two years, but on Wednesday the two squared off in an early-season battle.

Prep scores: 12-17

December 17th, 2014

Wednesday’s results
Girls basketball
Rams 55, Cougars 16
Strasburg 16 12 14 13 — 55
Manassas Park 3 2 6 5 — 16
Strasburg (5-2, 3-1 Bull Run

Relentless preparation

Sherando sophomore Brett Loy, The Northern Virginia Daily's 2014 Golfer of the Year, became the first golfer in school history to win an individual state title this past season.    Brad Fauber/Daily file

December 14th, 2014

STEPHENS CITY — Brett Loy doesn’t quite remember the first time he picked up a golf club.

2014 All-Area Golf Team

December 14th, 2014

Jonathan Koontz, Stonewall Jackson
The senior finished tied for third place with a 76 at the Conference 35 tournament. Koontz,

Schanholtz lifts Wildcats to second in Sherando tourney

December 14th, 2014

STEPHENS CITY — Warren County’s Tyler Schanholtz literally turned his team’s fortunes around and carried the Wildcats “on his back,” according to his coach Saturday in the two-day Andrew Kenney Memorial Classic at Sherando High School.

Sherando boys top Skyline

Skyline's TrayQuan Diamond passes to avoid a double team by Sherando's Trey Brisco, left, and Azjier Outler, right, during first half boys basketball action Friday night in Front Royal.    Rich Cooley/Daily

December 12th, 2014

FRONT ROYAL — Sherando coach Garland Williams knows defense will be a key for his team this season, and on Friday night he liked what he saw from his squad defensively.

Prep scores: Dec. 12

December 12th, 2014

Boys basketball

Warriors 69, Hawks 45
Sherando 18 20 15 16 –69
Skyline 13 13 9 10 –45

Warriors roll past Pride to stay unbeaten

December 11th, 2014

STEPHENS CITY — Visiting Heritage (Leesburg) struggled through a dry spell in the second period of Thursday’s boys basketball game against Sherando, and it proved to be just the opening the Warriors needed.

Prep scores 12-11

December 11th, 2014

Thursday’s results
Boys basketball
Warriors 71, Pride 51
Heritage 15 6 15 15 — 51
Sherando 13 21 17 20 — 71
Heritage (0-6)
A. Gray 5 1-1

Offseason work pays off for Brown

December 10th, 2014

STEPHENS CITY — Sherando girls basketball coach Mike Marsh has already seen the change in senior Heidi Brown this season.