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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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Close call: Weadon's late goal lifts Sherando to a victory

STEPHENS CITY -- The swing of emotion a player experiences from being down a goal with seven minutes left to play, to squeezing out a 3-2 win over a district rival, as Sherando did against Millbrook on Tuesday evening, is immeasurable. comments

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Warriors rally past Pioneers

WINCHESTER -- Sherando High School's softball team spent the first five innings Tuesday afternoon knocking on the door. The Warriors finally kicked it in by scoring six times over the last two innings to pull away for a 7-2 Northwestern District victory over host Millbrook. comments

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Warriors rally past Pioneers in eight innings

WINCHESTER -- Maybe it was fitting that a wild pitch swung the outcome of Tuesday night's wild and woolly Northwestern District baseball matchup between Sherando and Millbrook. comments

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Metheny sharp in spring game

"Talk to me." University of Virginia quarterback Ross Metheny looked both excited and exhausted. Only minutes following U.Va.'s annual spring game, which pitted the Orange team against the Blue team in a controlled scrimmaged, Scott Stadium hummed with enthusiasm over Metheny, the former Sherando star who'd just picked apart the Cavaliers' second-string defense. comments

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Sherando outlasts Colonels in OT thriller

STEPHENS CITY -- Friday night's boys soccer game between James Wood and Sherando was the type of game local soccer fans have come to expect. It was a physical, emotional game played by two teams determined to win. comments

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Warriors cruise to road win

WINCHESTER -- Sherando, six games into its season, is still a developing team, though its 5-1 win over James Wood on Friday might suggest something to the contrary. comments

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Warriors down James Wood in chilly tennis matchup

WINCHESTER -- Hoodies, knit caps and blankets were prevalent among the spectators and the players wore sweat suits against the brisk wind-chill conditions. comments

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Warriors' Carney mows down Colonels

STEPHENS CITY -- To the casual fan watching Zach Carney pitch Friday night, it would be hard to believe that the Sherando left-hander was still searching for his first win. comments

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Warriors shut out Blazers

STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando's boys soccer team dominated Spotswood for 80 minutes Tuesday, defeating the Blazers 2-0. comments

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Sherando's De Jong delivers all-around excellence

WINCHESTER -- Sherando High School sophomore Megan De Jong had a few ideas to share with Warriors swim coach Joe Knight before the season. comments

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Bakos focuses on winning

STEPHENS CITY -- Don't bother cheering for Nick Bakos during a match. He can't hear you. comments

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Martin directs Warriors to success

STEPHENS CITY -- People often wonder just how nervous athletes get before a match. In wrestling, it can sometimes be hard to tell. Wrestlers are always moving around, never standing still enough to notice whether they're shaking in their shoes. comments

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No decision: Weadon's goal helps Warriors tie with Cougars

STEPHENS CITY -- With the way Sherando junior Krista DeCeault danced from touchline to touchline -- the soccer ball, as if secured by a string, never skipping more than a yard past her cleat -- it seemed preordained that DeCeault was to put on a dazzling display of game-winning heroics. comments

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Loaded lineup: Sherando shows depth in early-season matchup against rival Handley

WINCHESTER -- Sherando knew it had improved from last year, but it wasn't until Wednesday afternoon that the team realized how much better they are. comments

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Base-running miscues haunt Warriors in loss

STEPHENS CITY -- Baseball coaches love when their players are looking for the extra base. comments

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Chilly reception: Homestanding Sherando tops Eagles in non-district match

STEPHENS CITY -- The beauty of a through-ball becomes evident when the pass lives up to its namesake -- when the ball wiggles its way through a defense to an open clearing on the pitch. comments

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Patience pays off for Clarke in victory

BERRYVILLE -- For 40 minutes, Clarke County's boys soccer team dominated Sherando but the Eagles just weren't able to finish any of their shots. comments

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Lutz lifts Sherando to victory

BERRYVILLE -- Pitcher Amanda Lutz didn't quite know what to expect from her sore shoulder. Neither did Sherando High School first-year softball coach Garry Sawyer. comments

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Warriors stay hot in cold weather

BERRYVILLE -- Last season, it wasn't all there for Levi McDonald. Slotted in Sherando's rotation as the team's sixth or even seventh option at times, the pitcher saw almost no action on the mound. comments

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Warriors grab win in opener

STEPHENS CITY -- Like most of the area baseball teams, Sherando was itching to get in its first game of the season. comments

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Sherando determined to take the next step in tennis

STEPHENS CITY -- Last year, Sherando's boys tennis team wasn't sure what to expect when the Warriors advanced to the Region II final against eventual Group AA state champion Western Albemarle. Sherando lost the match, 5-0. This season, a year older and a year wiser, the team feels ready to take the next step. comments

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Warriors poised for solid season

STEPHENS CITY -- The Sherando Warriors girls soccer team, defending Northwestern District tournament champion, has graduated 40 goals and 41 assists. The graduation of keeper Rachael Shirley means the loss of 63 saves and 10 shutouts; the Warriors lose another six assists because of non-returning players. comments

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Sherando plans to try small-ball approach

STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando baseball coach Pepper Martin knows this season will be different than years past. After powering their way through last year off the bats of Nick Merchant and Curry Clevenger, the Warriors must now set their sights on another approach, one that will hopefully see some "fast results." comments

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Liberty topples Warriors

BEALETON -- Sitting on the sideline, Sherando senior James Bowens watched. He watched as his Warriors warmed up for their Region II, Division 4 showdown with Liberty; he watched as his Warriors played cold through the first eight minutes; he watched as his Warriors lost 53-37. comments

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Sherando finishes off rival James Wood

STEPHENS CITY -- It's never easy to guard James Wood senior Trae Tinsman. The all-district guard can shoot from 25-feet out, skate through the paint, and carry a team on his back, if need be. But with Sherando senior James Bowens tied to his hips, Tinsman shouldered only two field goals and six points, as James Wood fell to Sherando 66-57 on Tuesday night in the Region II, Division 4 quarterfinals. comments

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A day of champions: Four area wrestlers capture state titles

SALEM -- As he stepped down off the podium, a gold medal around his neck and championship plaque in hand, Nick Bakos went to make a phone call. comments

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Root, Warriors top Colonels for crown

WINCHESTER -- With the game hanging in the balance and both teams struggling to score, Sherando's Phil Root realized someone needed to make a play, and the senior did just that. comments

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Warriors move on to championship

WINCHESTER -- With the game drawing to a close, the ball seemed to find the hands of James Bowens. comments

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Ball Hawks: Henrys, Corcoran lead Skyline to Northwestern District tournament win

WINCHESTER -- After a disappointing first half, Skyline came alive in the third quarter to upend Sherando 75-68 on Thursday in the opening round of the Northwestern District girls basketball tournament at Millbrook High School. comments

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