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Judges dominate in sweep of Hawks

FRONT ROYAL -- After losing six players to graduation, Handley looked be in a rebuilding year but the Judges showed Tuesday night their program is as solid as it has been. comments

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Christendom roundup: Crusader women shut out Trinity

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Christendom College's Anne Nelson and Catherine Gaetano tallied two goals apiece to lead the Crusaders to a 5-0 women's soccer victory over Trinity (D.C.) University on Tuesday. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes take fourth in Cardinal Cup

SIMPSONVILLE, Ky. - The James Madison University women's golf team moved up one slot and finished fourth at the 2014 Cardinal Cup on Tuesday. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 16

High school volleyball • SVCA 3, R-MA 0 (25-14, 25-9, 25-18) SVCA leaders: Krista Freemire (5 aces, 4 kills); Carol... comments

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Generals rally past Falcons

WOODSTOCK -- Stonewall Jackson volleyball coach Lindsey Dinges was worried all night about the Generals' lack of communication on the court Monday against Central. comments

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Lee continues to improve

HARRISONBURG -- Vad Lee is coming into his own for James Madison University's football team. comments

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Freshman Dellinger showing promise

STRASBURG -- Strasburg cross country coach Jeff Rudy had heard of Grace Dellinger when she was in middle school the last few years and that she would help out his girls team. Rudy and the Rams are glad that Dellinger has been every bit as good as advertised. comments

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Almy: Tips for reeling panfish

No fish are more appealing to go after on a hot September day than panfish. Unlike bass, trout and stripers, which can sometimes be difficult to catch, species like crappies, bluegills and white bass are almost always willing to nab a lure, fly or bait. They're made to order for those days when you want to take it easy, kick back and enjoy being out on a lake or river without too much concentration on finesse tactics -- yet still come home with a cooler full of fish! comments

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SU roundup: Hornets to face George Mason in men's basketball exhibition

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University head men's basketball coach Rob Pryor announced Monday that his squad will open the 2014-15 season with an exhibition game at George Mason. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes ranked 13th in Southeast region

NEW ORLEANS -- Following the first few weekends of competition, the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association released its week one regional poll Monday, ranking the James Madison cross country team at No. 13 in the Southeast region. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 15

High school boys soccer • SVCA 6, Wakefield Country Day 0 High school volleyball • SVCA 3, Wakefield Country Day... comments

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Missed opportunities cost Shenandoah

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah simply didn't capitalize on its opportunities against visiting Frostburg State in Saturday night's home opener. comments

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Lee, Dukes top Red Flash

HARRISONBURG --Vad Lee stepped up. comments

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Prep scores 9-13

Saturday's results Boys cross country Eastern Mennonite Invitational Team results: 1. Strasburg 58, 2. Skyline 67, 3. Broadway 130, 4.... comments

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SU roundup: Lloyd wins golf tourney

HARRISONBURG -- Sophomore Brennan Lloyd led Shenandoah University to a sixth place finish at the 2014 Tom Kinder Memorial men's golf tournament Sunday by winning the tournament by one stroke. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes fall in women's soccer

Daily Staff Reports - sports@nvdaily.com PHILADELPHIA, Pa. - The James Madison women's soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision to La... comments

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Warriors too much for Pats

STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando bounced back in a big way against visiting Washington (West Virginia) on Friday night at Arrowhead Stadium. comments

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James Wood tames Wildcats

WINCHESTER -- Warren County and James Wood were each searching for its first win of the season on Friday night. comments

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Skyline evades Brentsville

FRONT ROYAL -- In the end, Skyline needed a first down, and it turned to an unlikely source. comments

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Fauber: Latest blow will test Orioles

You have to wonder just how much more the Baltimore Orioles can take. comments

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Hornets look to keep momentum rolling

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University is coming off arguably its most dominating team effort under head coach Scott Yoder in a win over Gallaudet in last weekend's season opener. comments

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Dukes excited for home opener against Saint Francis

HARRISONBURG -- James Madison University head football coach Everett Withers wants the JMU crowd to have plenty of energy and make lots of noise for the Dukes' home opener today. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 12

High school football • Warriors 60, Patriots 7 Washington 0 0 0 7 -- 7 Sherando 27 20 0 13... comments

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SU roundup: Hornets add Matturro to men's basketball staff

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University Head Men's Basketball Coach Rob Pryor announced the addition of David Matturro as his lead assistant coach Friday morning. comments

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JMU roundup: JMU rolls past Appalachian State in field hockey

BOONE, N.C. -- The 20th-ranked James Madison field hockey team opened on a 6-0 run against Appalachian State and rolled to a 7-1 victory on Friday afternoon at Adcock Field. comments

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