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Well Seasoned: Sirbaugh shines year-round for Warriors

STEPHENS CITY -- Her day doesn't end when the sun sets, and the summer's dawn doesn't bring her months of leisure. comments

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Reed named girls hoops coach at Sherando

STEPHENS CITY -- The move had everything to do with family and community. So while it pained him to leave the girls he coached and the community he spurred at Loudoun County, former Raiders coach Kevin Reed will coach Sherando's girls basketball team this winter. comments

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Warriors stopped in regional finals

NOKESVILLE -- Two of Sherando's boys tennis players just missed a trip to the Group AA state championship on Wednesday, falling in both singles and doubles to a strong Western Albemarle team. comments

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Sherando's Nguyen beats the heat to advance

NOKESVILLE -- As the sun beat down on the court, baking the concrete and leaving a dry heat lingering in the air, it became clear this match wouldn't be won with just the skills of a tennis racket. comments

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Coming up short: Spartans hold off Warriors to avance in tourney

STEPHENS CITY -- Broad Run baseball coach Pat Cassidy could sense Sherando was gaining momentum and about to steal away Monday's Region II quarterfinal game. comments

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Sherando falls to Western Albemarle

STEPHENS CITY -- As their season passed, the Sherando Warriors girls soccer team, gathering at midfield, with a few stragglers openly lamenting the season's end, waited for head coach Rob Kilmer to huddle the team together one last time. comments

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Three-run seventh leads Patriots over Warriors

STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando High School's softball team saw its chance of advancing to the Region II tournament semifinals slip away Monday night as Park View scored five times in the final two innings to defeat the Warriors 7-4 at Sherando Park. comments

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Sherando falls to Western Albemarle in regional final

CROZET -- For the past few years, Western Albemarle has been the ultimate test for Sherando's boys tennis team. The three-time defending state champions, fittingly sharing Sherando's "Warrior" nickname, have plagued the Warriors from Stephens City each season. Last year Western knocked Sherando out in the regional tournament final and kept them from capturing a Region II championship. comments

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Veteran Warriors shut out Freedom

STEPHENS CITY -- On a sweltering day that was more like August than May, Sherando's experience was the deciding factor in its 5-0 victory over Freedom on Thursday in the Region II boys' tennis tournament semifinals. comments

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Pouring it on: Sherando offense erupts early in high-scoring finale

STEPHENS CITY -- Eddie Simmons got a lot of exercise in between the dugout and the mound. comments

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Lutz silences Hawks' bats in title matchup

FRONT ROYAL -- After one trip through an opponent's batting order, Amanda Lutz has a pretty good idea of what she's facing when a hitter steps into the batter's box. comments

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Warriors win title in thriller

STEPHENS CITY -- It's said by some that the eyes are a window into a person's soul. Sherando keeper Briana Hudnall looked into the eyes of four Handley players, and those eyes, for the most part, betrayed their intentions. comments

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Handley holds on for crown

WINCHESTER -- Handley and Sherando's Northwestern District boys soccer tournament championship game had just about everything, including the unlikeliest of heroes. Two regulation halves, two overtimes, two sudden death overtimes, and 14 penalty kicks before a winner was decided. comments

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Warriors dispatch visiting Mustangs for speedy victory

STEPHENS CITY -- Less than a week after surviving a tough three-setter in the Northwestern District tournament finals, Sherando's Nick Lee got on and off the court in a hurry Tuesday. comments

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Close encounters: Reid makes most of second chance, sparks Sherando

STEPHENS CITY -- When he was pulled from Saturday's Northwestern District baseball semifinal with Skyline following a frustrating sixth inning at-bat ending with a strikeout and a tossed batting helmet in the dugout, Sherando senior catcher Derek Reid had to wonder if he would get a chance to redeem himself. comments

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Dennis, Sherando cruise to victory

STEPHENS CITY -- The two goals Sherando senior Brittini Dennis scored in a 6-1 win over James Wood in a Northwestern District tournament semifinal match Saturday came as a relief, both to Dennis and the Warriors. comments

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Four-base error sends Sherando into final

FRONT ROYAL -- Errors benefited Handley in its last two games, but in the Northwestern District tournament softball semifinals on Saturday, the Judges were the ones who lost on an error. comments

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Warriors secure regional berth, top Colonels

WINCHESTER -- Whenever James Wood and Sherando's boys soccer teams square off, it's always an emotional -- and at times brutal -- test of wills. comments

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Extra special: Sherando outlasts Hawks in 11 innings for title

WINCHESTER -- Once again, the margin was one run. Only this time, it took extra innings to decide a winner. comments

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Warriors, Judges win tennis crowns

WINCHESTER -- After losing his second set against Handley's Mark Sfeir, Sherando's Nickie Lee found himself in the kind of match that he thrives in. Over the last three years, Lee has been in numerous three-set battles and once again he was prepared for the marathon match. comments

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Dominant champs: Warriors cruise past Judges, claim regular season title

FRONT ROYAL -- Tre Porter had to settle for less than he wanted Thursday night at Bing Crosby Stadium, and the Sherando High School right-hander was none too happy about it afterward. comments

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Paying the price: Sherando girls, Colonels' boys grab district crowns

WINCHESTER -- Lauren Wilkins turned to look at the deep wells her feet left in the pale sand. comments

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Warriors slip past Skyline

FRONT ROYAL -- Skyline's Sarah Beamer stood on the mound, just one strike away from getting out of the top of the seventh inning. comments

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Prep roundup: Dennis, DeCeault lift Warriors to win

STEPHENS CITY -- Brittini Dennis tallied a pair of goals and added an assist to lead host Sherando to an 8-0 girls soccer victory over Northwestern District rival Skyline on Monday. comments

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Warriors hammer Skyline

FRONT ROYAL -- Sherando senior pitcher Zach Carney was bothered about giving up three seventh-inning runs in relief during a victory over Handley on Thursday night, so some changes were made. comments

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Warriors roll past Handley

WINCHESTER -- It already was a cool evening for mid-May, and Tre Porter started to cramp while he was at-bat in the third inning Thursday night. comments

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Judges still perfect after home victory

WINCHESTER -- Early this past summer, Handley sophomore Deni Deyanov planned to vacation in Bulgaria. comments

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Sherando locks up district regular-season title

STEPHENS CITY -- Thursday was a big night for Sherando's girls soccer team. The Warriors were playing for their first regular-season Northwestern District crown since 2000, and their opponent was Handley, which had tied them earlier in the season in a hard-fought contest. comments

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Surprise result: Quick start gives Millbrook upset victory

STEPHENS CITY -- There was no sense of panic in Millbrook's dugout when the Pioneers faced two outs in an inning. comments

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Pioneers, Warriors play to tie

WINCHESTER -- Millbrook girls soccer coach Stephanie Gladden wore an orange strip of pre-wrap, folded twice over itself, around her neck. comments

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