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Area roundup: Wildcats top Central in volleyball

WOODSTOCK -- Visiting Warren County High School's volleyball team picked up a season-opening 3-0 (25-23, 25-18, 25-18) victory over Bull Run District rival Central on Tuesday. comments

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SU roundup: Central grad Herbaugh among baseball recruits

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University head baseball coach Kevin Anderson announced his program's 2014-15 recruiting class on Tuesday. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes 11th in regional cross country rankings

NEW ORLEANS -- James Madison University kicks off its women's cross country season this weekend and enters 2014 ranked No. 11 in the Southeast region, according to the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. comments

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Prep scores: Aug. 26

High school golf • Shenandoah County tournament at Shenvalee Golf Resort (Par 71), New Market Team scores: 1. Strasburg, 324;... comments

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Wildcats' QB competition unsettled

FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County's football team is prepping for this week's season opener against cross-town rival Skyline, but Wildcats first-year coach Steve Crist is still unsure about who will be his team's starting quarterback on Friday night. comments

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Keane, Hepner spark Rams to four-set win

QUICKSBURG -- There's a reason Strasburg High School senior Hannah Keane is captain of this year's volleyball squad. comments

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Almy: Jump fishing worth a shot

White mist swirled over the emerald green waters of Leesville Lake as we raced towards the frothing commotion of churning gamefish and frantically skipping shad. Cutting the outboard motor, we cast our white bucktail jigs towards the melee and began reeling. Soon all three rods in the boat were bent double. comments

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SU roundup: Hornets fourth in preseason poll

FOREST -- The Shenandoah University field hockey team is the pre-season No. 4 selection of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference coaches in pre-season poll results released Monday morning by the league office. comments

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JMU roundup: Herndon wins CAA weekly honor

RICHMOND --Sophomore forward Ashley Herndon of the James Madison University women's soccer team has been named the Colonial Athletic Association's Player of the Week for games played Aug. 18-24, the league announced Monday. comments

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Prep scores: Aug. 25

Volleyball • Strasburg 3, Stonewall Jackson 1 (25-22, 24-26, 25-23, 25-16) • Clarke County 3, Skyline 0 (25-12, 25-10, 25-21) Golf • William... comments

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Ferguson ready to lead Hornets

WINCHESTER -- Things seem quite a bit different for Shenandoah University senior quarterback Drew Ferguson this season. comments

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Spence offers playmaking potential for MMA

WOODSTOCK -- It's another year, another new starting quarterback for Massanutten Military Academy's football team. comments

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New leader: Ga. Tech transfer Lee ready to guide Dukes

HARRISONBURG -- It was an easy decision. comments

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Butler to see increased role for Hawks

FRONT ROYAL -- Skyline senior Gerren Butler figures to make a bigger impact in the Hawks' offense this season. comments

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Fauber: SU aims for greater consistency

Shenandoah University's football program learned the hard way of the importance of remaining consistent week in and week out. comments

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SU roundup: Hornets announce softball recruiting class

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University head softball coach Marlena Kotynski announced her 2014 recruiting class Friday morning. comments

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Catching on: Newcomers making good progress for Rams

STRASBURG -- Strasburg's varsity football team has to reload its wide receiver and defensive back positions this season after losing some key pieces to graduation. The Rams return a few players with some varsity experience at those spots, but it will be up to a handful of newcomers to provide Strasburg with some depth on the outside this season. comments

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SVA's Wilkens likely to fill multiple roles

NEW MARKET -- Trace Wilkens can get restless, and that's been a good thing for Shenandoah Valley Academy's boys soccer team. comments

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Keeler: Citi Open has long ways to go

I've always had high hopes that someday the Citi Open in Washington D.C. could be elevated to a bigger professional tennis tournament. The idea of seeing players such as Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova dancing around in my head. However, after actually attending and seeing most of those players last week in Cincinnati I realize that D.C. has a long ways to go to become a big-time tennis tournament. comments

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SU roundup: Hornets picked 7th in ODAC men's cross country poll

FOREST -- The Shenandoah University men's cross country team is picked to finish seventh in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference race this fall in pre-season poll results released Thursday afternoon by the league office. comments

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JMU roundup: Briones, Goodman named preseason all-CAA in volleyball

HARRISONBURG -- James Madison University senior Lizzy Briones and sophomore Janey Goodman have both been named to the Preseason All-CAA Volleyball Team, as voted on by the league's coaches and announced by the CAA Thursday afternoon. comments

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Aiming high: Falcons going through preseason growing pains

WOODSTOCK -- With a young and inexperienced team, Central head football coach Mike Yew has seen his squad go through plenty of growing pains. However, Yew has still been encouraged by what he's seen from the group. comments

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Brown ready for big year

HARRISONBURG --If last year was a sign of things to come, Colonial Athletic Association defenses will need to spend a lot of time focusing on James Madison University wide receiver Daniel Brown. comments

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Murto: 'Mega' event coming to Richmond

Perhaps the most unique and exciting motorsport event to be held all year in the Commonwealth of Virginia will take place Saturday at Colonial Downs. comments

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Prep scores 8-20

Wednesday's results Golf Sherando 158, Handley 185 At Shenandoah Valley Golf Club, Par 36 Sherando: Brett Loy 35, Josh Hogue... comments

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