A few months after senior Ross Metheny wrapped up his college football career at the University of Southern Alabama, the former Sherando quarterback took the field with his eye on an opportunity to continue on to the next level.
SALEM -- Sherando had loftier goals than the fifth-place team finish the Warriors garnered following the conclusion of the two-day 4A state wrestling tournament at Salem Civic Center this past weekend.
LEESBURG -- Sherando's girls basketball team tried to rally for a win against host Loudoun County in the Conference 21 tournament semifinals on Thursday night, but the gigantic hole that the Warriors dug themselves early was simply too large to overcome.
The Virginia High School League's decision to adopt a new classification system starting this school year has hardly been universally praised, but none of the area's swim coaches have much to complain about this year.
Strasburg's wrestling team has been consistent on the mat all season long, and the Rams are in as good a position as any to take home the team championship at the Region 2A East tournament this weekend.
STEPHENS CITY -- The emotional injuries from last Saturday's loss to Dinwiddie in the 4A football state championship game may have subsided somewhat, but the physical wounds from that game still remained for Sherando linebacker George Aston on Wednesday afternoon.
LYNCHBURG -- The scoreboard read 56-14, Dinwiddie. The tears on the Sherando players' faces on the field after the game said how much it hurt to lose in Saturday's Class 4A state final, but there's no question the loss doesn't take away from a great year for the football team.