HARRISONBURG -- Led by Colonial Athletic Association Defensive Player of the Year Stephon Robertson earning the the top defensive honor for the second straight year, the James Madison University football squad had seven players receive honors from the league's coaches, announced Tuesday by the CAA.
FOREST -- Senior Byron Mitchell and sophomore Andrew Smith led seven Shenandoah University players in earning All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference accolades for football in selections announced Tuesday by the league office.
Whitetails have consistent spots where they traditionally enact the "chasing" phase of courtship. By locating these chasing grounds and hitting them during the prime time when does are just about to come into estrous, you can be in the sweet spot for tagging a mature buck.
WOODSTOCK -- Central has lived by the proverbial "bend but don't break" philosophy on defense all season long, and that mentality proved effective against visiting Poquoson in the second round of the Class 3A East regional playoffs on Saturday.
TOWSON, Md. -The James Madison football team battled throughout but could not overcome a few key plays against them and lost at No. 5/7 Towson, 28-17, Nov. 23. With the season finale loss, the Dukes ended at 6-6 overall and 3-5 in the Colonial Athletic Association, while the Tigers end the regular season at 10-2 and 6-2 in the league.
JAMES CITY -- Warren County's terrific drive to start the game ended in disaster and things got worse from there, as the Wildcats fell 63-7 to host Lafayette on Friday in the second round of the 3A East Region football playoffs.
WOODSTOCK -- Central has seen plenty of opponents utilize run-heavy, misdirection offenses this season. Clarke County and George Mason both run the single-wing, Stonewall Jackson utilizes the flexbone triple-option and Spotswood's high-powered spread rushing attack has a little deception mixed in.