Sherando High School

Warriors’ Borst wins 170-pound wrestling title

Sherando sophomore John Borst, right, stuffs a takedown attempt by Glen Allen's Chip Sturek during the Group 4A 170-pound state wrestling championship Friday at Salem Civic Center. Borst won the match, 6-4.   Brad Fauber/Daily

February 21st, 2015

SALEM – Midway through the wrestling season, Sherando sophomore John Borst reflected back on one of his early-season losses, a defeat at the hands of Glen Allen junior Chip Sturek during a tournament at Turner Ashby High School. Borst said he wanted a rematch with Sturek, which could only come in the Group 4A state wrestling tournament.

Prep scores: Feb. 21

February 21st, 2015

Friday’s results
Wrestling
Group 2A state tournament
At Salem Civic Center
Team scores: 1. Clarke County 121, 2. Grundy 118.5,

Warriors’ season ends with semifinal loss

February 19th, 2015

STEPHENS CITY – Sherando’s boys basketball team got off and running against visiting Woodgrove in the semifinal round of the Conference 21 tournament on Thursday evening, as the Warriors traded buckets with the Wolverines during a frantically paced first quarter. Then Woodgrove’s defense dug in.

Area swimmers well represented at states

Strasburg's Cassie Cooper competes in the 200-yard freestyle during the Shenandoah County swim meet held Wednesday night at the Strasburg Recreation Center.  Rich Cooley/Daily

February 19th, 2015

The Virginia High School League state swimming championships will be held in Christiansburg over the next few days, and the area will be well represented.

Rams pursue state wrestling team title

February 19th, 2015

Strasburg’s goal as a team all season long has been to win the school’s first state wrestling championship in 15 years. The Rams now face an uphill climb to get there.

Prep scores: Feb. 19

February 19th, 2015

Boys basketball
Conference 21 semifinals
Wolverines 63, Warriors 52
Woodgrove 17 9 11 26 – 63
Sherando 20 4 3 25 – 52
Woodgrove (15-8)
Wick 3 2-4

Metheny hired by Kansas State

ROSS METHENY

February 18th, 2015

Coaching in college football is all about networking, and Ross Metheny is on his way to building an impressive resume early in his career.

Sherando’s Ojo signs letter to play for West Liberty

Sherando's Josh Ojo, seated, signed his national letter of intent to play football at Division II West Liberty University. Surrounding Ojo are (left to right) Sherando football assistant coach Mike Marsh, head coach Bill Hall and assistant coaches Cory Carlson, T.J. Rohrbaugh and John Minteer.    Brad Fauber/Daily

February 13th, 2015

STEPHENS CITY – For Sherando senior Josh Ojo, the decision he had to make in regards to where he would continue his football career after high school was a tough burden to bear. He breathed a sigh of relief on Feb. 3.

Warriors’ zone halts Heritage

February 13th, 2015

STEPHENS CITY – At some point following a first half of race-horse basketball Friday night, a Sherando boys basketball assistant

Prep scores: Feb. 13

February 13th, 2015

Boys basketball
Conference 21 quarterfinals
Warriors 66, Pride 52
Heritage 13 26 8 5 – 52
Sherando 21 19 10 16 – 66
Heritage (2-20)
Robinson 5

Prep scores: Feb. 11

February 11th, 2015

Boys basketball
Bull Run District semifinals
Rams 62, Green Dragons 50
Strasburg 13 8 20 21 – 62
William Monroe 13 10 24 3 – 50
Strasburg (19-5)

Prep scores: Feb. 10

February 10th, 2015

Tuesday’s results
Boys basketball
Panthers 58, Generals 42
Page County 17 13 10 18 — 58
Stonewall 10 11 14 7 — 42
Page County (15-7, 9-5 Shenandoah)

Warriors’ Brown scores 1,000th point in win over Handley

Heidi Brown

February 6th, 2015

STEPHENS CITY – Sherando senior Heidi Brown tried not to think about the milestone sitting within her reach when the Warriors took the court against visiting Handley on Friday night. But when it came, Brown breathed a sigh of relief.