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2014 All-Area Boys Track and Field Team

FIRST TEAM • Justin Bauserman, Central, Hurdles Senior was a two-time Group 3A all-state honoree by finishing fourth in 300... comments

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2014 All-Area Girls Soccer Team

FIRST TEAM • Tori Dean, Sherando The junior forward finished the season with nine goals and led the Warriors with... comments

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2014 All-Area Boys Soccer Team

First Team • Tommy Buono, Sherando The junior forward finished second on the team with nine goals to go along... comments

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2014 All-Area Girls Tennis Team

2014 All-Area Girls Tennis team • Madison Ferst, Warren County The senior played at No. 1 singles and led the... comments

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2014 All-Area Boys Tennis Team

2014 Boys Tennis All-Area Team • Sam Barbour, Central The junior won the Conference 28 individual singles title, and helped... comments

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Keeler: Area HS teams had much to be proud of

This high school season is officially over, but there's no question that it was a very successful one for all of the area schools. comments

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Keeler: New classes working out well

I'm just going to admit it. comments

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Fauber: HS staffs deal with weather, rest rules

Prior to the start of the spring season last year, the Virginia High School League implemented a new rule that placed stricter limitations on the number of innings that high school pitchers could throw in a given time period. comments

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Keeler: Postseason excitement draws near

It's that time of the season. comments

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Prep scores 11-1

Friday's results Football boxes Warriors 55, Hawks 7 Sherando 21 21 13 0 -- 55 Skyline 0 0 0 7... comments

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VHSL Playoff Ratings 10-21

VHSL ratings As of Oct. 21 Class 4A North 1. Sherando 27.62 2. Salem 27.28 3. Eastern View 26.14 4.... comments

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Nations: Football playoff picture positive

The Virginia High School League released the initial football playoff ratings this week, and were the season to end today it would indeed be another banner year for high school football. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 5

Volleyball • Sherando 3, Skyline 0 • George Mason 3, Strasburg 1 • William Monroe 3, Central 2 • Warren... comments

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Madden takes adversity in stride

FRONT ROYAL -- Something wasn't right. comments

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Front Royal sweep: Wildcats take down Skyline

FRONT ROYAL -- Just a little over two weeks after Warren County defeated cross-town rival Skyline 1-0 in an extra-inning pitchers' duel, the Wildcats and the Hawks met for round two of softball action at Skyline on Thursday. comments

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Daily Prep Power Rankings: Oct. 12

Daily Staff - sports@nvdaily.com The Northern Virginia Daily Sports staff collaborated to create a football top 10 list. Each staffer... comments

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Colonels finish fifth in wrestling tourney

By Ben Brooks - sports@nvdaily.com WINCHESTER -- While area high schools were far from dominant in Thursday's final day of... comments

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Warriors in third after first round of tournament

WINCHESTER -- The Sherando High School wrestling team put itself in contention for a top-three finish after Wednesday's first round of the Willie Walters/Jaye Copp Holiday Tournament. The Warriors placed an area-best five wrestlers in today's championship semifinal round of the two-day, 16-team, bracket tournament at James Wood High School. Stafford leads with 84 team points. Rounding out the top five are Potomac Falls (77), Sherando (67), Stonewall Jackson (Manassas) (66), and Turner Ashby (64). Of the remaining three area schools, James Wood is eighth (53), Skyline 13th (35), and Handley 14th (33). comments

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Skyline builds early lead, beats Fauquier

FRONT ROYAL -- Skyline's Sonny Dyke is one amazed basketball coach. He's amazed at how focused his Hawks can be, even without practicing for a few days due to dismal weather. He's amazed at how business-like his team can be at the start of each half, sharing the ball and building big leads through teamwork. comments

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Hawks rise up for win

BERRYVILLE -- One week ago, Skyline strolled into the fourth quarter in a game against Clarke County with a lead, only to see it evaporate in a matter of minutes. The Hawks had led through the first three quarters, but faltered late to drop their first game of the season. Tuesday night, however, there would be no collapse against the Eagles. comments

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Visiting Eagles end Skyline's win streak

FRONT ROYAL -- In a physical matchup, Clarke County proved to be too much for host Skyline during the second and third quarters en route to a 40-33 victory Tuesday, snapping the Hawks' four-game winning streak. "We played a poor game, but we were still in it right until the end," Hawks coach Jim Kenney said. "The effort was there tonight, but we just couldn't find that spark that we have had during the last four games coming into tonight." comments

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Eagles win in opener

FRONT ROYAL -- There's always an element of mystery surrounding a team's first game. It could be a collection of new faces on a roster, adjusting to a new scheme on the court or seeing an opponent for the first time, but unpredictability always seems to accompany an opening game. comments

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Thomasson sparks Skyline past Clarke County

BERRYVILLE -- With the score knotted at 46 and less than two minutes to play, both teams looked for someone to step up. After Clarke County missed an open jump shot, Skyline junior Oshene Kelly grabbed one of her game-high 24 rebounds and Skyline took possession. "We had our chances tonight," Eagles coach Tim Lawrence said. "We had a good shot with the game tied, but it didn't go down. You have to give Skyline credit for hitting the shots when they needed to." comments

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Strong second half propels Warriors

STEPHENS CITY -- On paper, Sherando's 28-0 victory over Skyline on Friday night might appear to have been an easy win for the Warriors, but it was anything but that. The Hawks' defense kept Sherando in check offensively for most of the first three quarters of the game, leaving the door open for a Skyline upset. Unfortunately for the Hawks, the Warriors' powerful offensive line, and the insertion of tailback Tre Porter spelled doom for Skyline. comments

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Championship run: Madden leads Hawks to title

WINCHESTER -- Thomas Madden wasn't about to overlook his district rival, not even when he had the lead near the end of the race. comments

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James Wood cruises to win over Skyline

FRONT ROYAL -- James Wood stormed into the gymnasium at Skyline High School on Tuesday night and put a damper on the festivities on Skyline's Senior Night. The Hawks celebrated the careers of their senior players and then hoped to provide a win against one of the top teams in the Northwestern District to cap off the celebratory night. comments

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Defense propels Judges to victory

FRONT ROYAL -- It was Senior Night and Skyline was playing solid football. The Hawks had just held the Judges to a field goal and had the ball back with a little more than five minutes left in the first half of Friday night's Northwestern District game. On the second play of its next series, Skyline lost a fumble when Jonta Baltimore couldn't handle a pitch out. Handley scored off the turnover to take its first lead. comments

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Wildcats take top spot in Invitational

WINCHESTER -- Trying to catch up to Kayla Gibbons isn't easy. In just her second season at Warren County, the sophomore has established herself as the top runner for the Wildcats and one of the fastest runners in the area. comments

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Collie, Colonels pick up district win

WINCHESTER -- James Wood coach Mike Bolin says senior Mark Collie has done everything possible to get on the field this season. After Friday night's performance, the hard part might be keeping him off it. comments

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Daily Prep Power Rankings: Oct. 12

The Northern Virginia Daily Sports staff collaborated to create a football top 10 list. Each staffer voted, with 10 points... comments

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