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Prep scores 4-13

Saturday's results Boys track and field Handley Invitational Team results: 1. Tuscarora 96, 2. Handley 82, 3. Loudoun County 61,... comments

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SU roundup: Hornets top Virginia Wesleyan in baseball

VIRGINIA BEACH - The No. 15/21 Shenandoah University baseball team got another outstanding pitching performance Sunday in a 4-1 ODAC victory at Virginia Wesleyan. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes rally past Drexel in softball

PHILADELPHIA, Pa., - Senior Catherine Clavin smacked a two-run, pinch-hit home run in the top of the sixth inning to lead the James Madison softball team to a 5-4, Colonial Athletic Association win over Drexel in Philadelphia, Pa., Sunday. comments

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Wildcats get even with rival Hawks

FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County's softball team was playing a little shorthanded on Friday night against cross-town rival Skyline, but it still managed to get a little payback against the Hawks. comments

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Generals get first victory

QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson girls soccer coach Derek Hartwig has been waiting for his young squad to put everything together and get in the win column. On Friday night the Generals did just that. comments

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Strasburg provides thunder in rainy victory

STRASBURG -- Jeff Smoot thinks hitting might be a catching phenomenon in baseball. comments

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In a pickle: Fast-paced new sport appealing for all ages

EDINBURG -- Alejandro Alegre has the confident air of a player who knows his way around a pickleball court. comments

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Fauber: Cavs living up to the hype

The last several months have been a pretty special period for University of Virginia fans. comments

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Prep roundup: Falcons top Cougars in boys soccer

WOODSTOCK -- Central knocked off Bull Run District powerhouse Manassas Park, 2-0, in Bull Run District boys soccer action on Friday night. comments

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JMU roundup: Burkholder earns CAA honor

RICHMOND - James Madison senior Kirby Burkholder is the 2014 CAA women's basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year, the Colonial Athletic Association announced today. comments

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Prep scores: April 12

Friday's results Baseball SVCA 3, Grace Academy 1, 5 innings SVCA 020 10 -- 3 7 2 Grace Academy 100... comments

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Bold move backfires for Warriors in loss

STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando's boys soccer team had a hard time mounting any kind of pressure in the first half against visiting Broad Run on Thursday evening, so Warriors head coach Patrick Anderson made a bold choice at halftime. comments

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Wildcats' McLachlan shuts down Mustangs

FRONT ROYAL --Warren County softball coach Justin Stock had some pointed advice for Wildcats starting pitcher Paige McLachlan on Thursday night. comments

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Rams' Richards holds Manassas Park to one hit

STRASBURG -- Garrett Richards made the most of his first career pitching start on Thursday night. comments

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R-MA rolls past Quantico

FRONT ROYAL -- The bottom of the third inning could well have come back to haunt Randolph-Macon Academy's baseball team on Thursday against visiting Quantico. comments

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Keeler: Capitals face some difficult choices

This should be a very interesting offseason for the Washington Capitals. If I were a Capitals' fan, which I am not, I would be very upset at a franchise that seems to do nothing but underachieve. comments

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Sherando gains experience in loss to powerhouse Handley

STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando junior Nikolas Mikus will gladly fight through tough tennis matches like the one the Warriors had on Thursday evening against traditional Northwestern District powerhouse Handley, as long as doing so makes him better on the court. comments

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Prep roundup: Rams hammer Cougars

STRASBURG -- Megan Emswiler threw a four-hitter as Strasburg pounded Manassas Park, 12-2, in Bull Run District softball action on Thursday night. The game was called after five innings due to the mercy rule. comments

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SU roundup: Hornets earn women's tennis win

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University earned its 10th women's tennis win of the season Thursday with a 7-2 Old Dominion Athletic Conference victory over Sweet Briar. comments

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Prep scores: April 10

Baseball • Rams 13, Cougars 0, 5 innings Manassas Park 000 00 -- 0 1 4 Strasburg 730 3x --... comments

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Davis' strong day helps lead Generals girls

QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson senior Ashton Davis did something a little differently with her offseason workouts in preparation for the 2014 track and field season. comments

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Well-rounded Rams solid in home meet

STRASBURG -- Jeff Rudolph landed a pretty good gig this season, and now the first-year Strasburg High School track and field coach aims to keep it a plum job for the present and the future. comments

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Whitacre tosses one-hitter as Warriors down Skyline

STEPHENS CITY -- With an injury to Reid Entsminger, Sherando will have to rely more on the rest of its pitching staff this season. Junior Adam Whitacre showed on Wednesday night that he's more than ready to step up for the Warriors. comments

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Potts on pace to break own season goals record

Warren County senior Kelsea Potts set a school single-season girls soccer record two years ago when she tallied 18 goals for the Wildcats as a sophomore in the 2012 spring season. comments

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Murto: Andretti is national treasure

Mario Andretti is a national treasure, and anytime you're lucky enough to speak with the most famous race driver in the world you walk away with true gold. comments

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