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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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Warriors, Pioneers tie; Handley clinches title

STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando's boys soccer team needed a victory to stay in the race for the Northwestern District regular season crown. The Warriors didn't get the win, settling for a tie with a determined Pioneer team, 1-1. The tie clinches the district title for Handley. comments

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Sherando piles up runs for road win

WINCHESTER -- Sherando junior Chris Gray stared down teammate Brogan Hoover from second base; Dominique Porter stared him down from third. comments

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Focused Warriors roll past Colonels

WINCHESTER -- Sherando took advantage of seven James Wood errors, including four in the sixth inning, to rout the Colonels 15-0 Thursday in Northwestern District softball action. comments

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Improved Colonels topped by Sherando

STEPHENS CITY -- Headley Wilson has had to take on a coaching role this season at James Wood. comments

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Clock management: Sherando girls make most of limited time on the track

WINCHESTER -- For Sherando track and field coach Tom Grim, 1 p.m. on Saturday was a pivotal hour, at least for his girls team. comments

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Slimmest of margins: Santiago's goal proves the difference-maker in Handley win

STEPHENS CITY -- Just prior to Handley's match at Sherando, Judges coach Cosmo Balio did a bit of prognosticating: He told his center midfielder Eduardo Santiago, "Tonight's your night." comments

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Warriors survive stiff test

STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando High School boys tennis coach Steve Jennings got just what he wanted from Thursday's Northwestern District match against Handley -- stiff competition and another victory for his unbeaten Warriors. comments

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Warriors use last-minute goal to salvage tie

WINCHESTER -- Handley and Sherando have stood atop the Northwestern District in girls soccer for several years now, and that has resulted in one of the most intense rivalries in the area. comments

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Red-hot Warriors dice Applemen

STEPHENS CITY - The Sherando softball team continued its winning ways by knocking off Musselman (W.Va.) on Wednesday for the Warriors' third victory in as many days. comments

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Central, Sherando win appeals to stay put

CHARLOTTESVILLE -- The results of the Virginia High School League redistricting and reclassification hearing, held Monday morning, were surprising, if not unprecedented. comments

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Warriors shut out Patriots

STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando's Chris Gray pitched a complete-game shutout on Monday to lead the Warriors to a 5-0 baseball victory over Washington (W.Va.). comments

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District clash: Warriors stay unbeaten in Northwestern after topping Skyline

STEPHENS CITY -- When there's someone on first base, Derek Reid is watching. He's crouched down behind the plate, lurking just 90 feet away, studying the runner's every move. comments

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Hawks prevail in pitcher's duel for victory

STEPHENS CITY -- Almost every game Skyline's Sarah Beamer has pitched in so far has been close. comments

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Skipper enjoys friendly reunion

STEPHENS CITY -- Skyline's Tiara Skipper knew many of her opponents in her match with Sherando. comments

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Sherando boys finish third at Washington meet

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- With 44 points, Sherando finished well short of Hedgesville's (W.Va.) meet-winning 105 points in a quad at Washington High School (W.Va.). Washington took second (59 points) and Berkeley Springs (W.Va.) finished last (41). comments

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