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Luray downs Hawks

FRONT ROYAL -- Something wasn't right about Logan McCaughan's pitching mechanics, and Luray baseball coach Steve Griffith aimed to change that before the Bulldogs played a meaningful game. comments

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Broadway pitchers combine for no-hitter in win over Hawks

FRONT ROYAL -- Two Broadway pitchers tossed a combined no-hitter, keeping Skyline grounded, in taking a 14-1 non-district victory in the baseball season opener for both teams on Tuesday evening at Bing Crosby Stadium. comments

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Handley rolls past Hawks in regionals

WINCHESTER -- Right from the start, Skyline boys basketball coach Sonny Dyke could sense Handley was going to put a different team on the court. comments

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Trio wins Region II indoor track titles

FORK UNION -- Skyline's Thomas Madden, Handley's Britani Myers and Millbrook's Tammy Cheung each won Region II indoor track titles on Saturday. 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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Skyline's Walker advances at states

SALEM -- For a moment, Trevor Walker wasn't sure if he had won his match. In the final seconds of his Group AA state wrestling tournament quarterfinal match against New Kent's Devontae Fitzgerald, Walker trailed by one point. comments

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Unbeaten Pioneers rout Hawks in semifinals

WINCHESTER -- The Skyline Hawks had the unenviable task of playing the unbeaten Millbrook Pioneers in Friday's semifinal round of the Northwestern District girls basketball tournament. 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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Confidence game: Skyline coach teaches team to save cocky attitude for the wrestling mat

FRONT ROYAL -- Skyline coach Ryan Keel doesn't want to see cockiness from his wrestlers at practice. comments

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Skyline wins part of crown

WINCHESTER -- By now, no one can dispute how deep the Skyline boys basketball team is. comments

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Top-ranked Millbrook blows past Skyline

WINCHESTER -- Despite a snow-induced break of nearly two weeks, Millbrook's top-ranked girls basketball team hit the floor on Tuesday clicking on all cylinders. comments

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Hawks hold off Pioneers

FRONT ROYAL -- When a team goes on a winning streak, they have that feeling of confidence that things are going to go OK in tight games. comments

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Henry's free throw gives Hawks key win

FRONT ROYAL -- It's a good thing a couple missed shots didn't keep Skyline's Taylor Henry down for too long. comments

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Swartz, Huffstickler win regional titles

WINCHESTER -- For some local wrestlers, the Region II wrestling tournament at James Wood on Sunday marked the culmination of a long, long wait. comments

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Top of the heap: Host Sherando takes honors as Northwestern District champions

WINCHESTER -- A year ago, wrestling at 189 pounds, Sherando senior Baxter Newman wrestled just as much off the mat as he did on. comments

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Skyline rises up for win

FRONT ROYAL -- Skyline High School junior Kelsey Corcoran's left-handed baby hook from the low block with 12 seconds left Thursday night helped lift the Hawks to a 58-56 Northwestern District girls basketball victory over Sherando. comments

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Homestanding Hawks rally to shake up district standings

FRONT ROYAL -- "The Book of Eli" is playing at nearby Royal Cinemas. A few miles away, at Skyline High School, one of its own, Eli McEathron, was providing a five-star performance against Sherando and getting a rave review from his coach with his shooting Thursday night to keep the Hawks surging. comments

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Woodard's layups lift Hawks to upset

WINCHESTER -- With the game tied and less than two minutes to play, Skyline's Cliff Woodard knew he had a chance to catch his defender off-guard. comments

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Handley picks up district win

FRONT ROYAL -- Handley sophomore Corin Scott did a little growing up Thursday night at Skyline. comments

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Skyline picks up pace to notch win

FRONT ROYAL -- If Skyline boys basketball coach Sonny Dyke puts together a highlight tape for his players at the end of the season, several segments might feature Tuesday night's game with Fauquier. comments

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Woodard, Phillips spark Hawks to victory

FRONT ROYAL -- For much of Saturday's non-district boys basketball game with visiting Warren County, the Skyline senior duo of Cliff Woodard and Kyle Phillips could hardly say they were having fun. comments

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Sweet revenge: Heishman's 30 leads Falcons past Skyline

WOODSTOCK -- Skyline started its game against Central in 1-3-1 zone on Saturday night. It didn't take long for Central's Aaron Heishman to make them pay for it. comments

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Corcoran lifts Hawks to victory

WOODSTOCK -- Kelsey Corcoran finally got the looks she was wanting and she made the most of them. comments

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Hawks topple Pioneers

WINCHESTER -- Skyline and host Millbrook engaged in a hard-fought battle on the hardwood in boys basketball action on Friday night. comments

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Mead scores 21 to spark Millbrook to win

FRONT ROYAL -- It's not an issue of what Millbrook's Sara Mead can do to help her team. For the sophomore point guard, it's all about what else she can do to help her team. comments

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Pioneers pick up pair of home wrestling wins

WINCHESTER -- Imagine being called up to wrestle only your second varsity match ever. comments

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Colonels grab district victory

FRONT ROYAL - Time and again, James Wood point guard Chris Skinner would gain a step or two on his Skyline defender and set up teammates with high-percentage shots. comments

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Warriors get past Skyline

STEPHENS CITY - As each Skyline 3-pointer fell, James Bowens could see his team's lead slipping away comments

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Hawks glad to take ugly win

STEPHENS CITY - It wasn't pretty, but according to Skyline coach Jim Kenney, "he'll take it." comments

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Colonels, Hawks both solid in quad

WINCHESTER - James Wood and Skyline both had a lot to be happy about after Wednesday's quad wrestling meet with West Virginia schools Martinsburg and Hedgesville. comments

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