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Senior squad finishes third

Front Royal's Senior League All-Star team played in the Virginia State Senior League Tournament last week, and although they came up short, they certainly had much to be proud of. comments

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Fauber: Nats, O's in prime position

We're now officially into the second half of the Major League Baseball season, as teams got back on the field Friday night for the first time since the All-Star break. comments

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Keeler: Ravens could have big year

This is the time of year that I dislike the most in sports. With basketball season over, only baseball is going on, of the big three sports. I do love baseball, but the season is just way too long to keep my attention for the whole season. However, football is just around the corner. comments

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Murto: Unions, NASCAR don't mix

The Race Team Alliance (RTA) is the biggest news in NASCAR in years; hopefully in the future it won't be seen as the beginning of the end. comments

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Nations: Wizards making right moves

So this is what it feels like to be a player in the off-season free-agent market. comments

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Almy: Anglers neglect rock bass

The lowly rock bass won't win many popularity contests among anglers. These fish are not sleek and powerful like a landlocked striper. They don't jump like a belligerent bass or streak through the currents like a rainbow trout or chinook salmon. comments

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Fauber: Will big changes help HR Derby?

Baseball has always been a sport filled with tradition, and any attempts to make changes to the game that seems to grind against that tradition is generally met with plenty of criticism. comments

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Keeler: Kastles remain WTT power

The Washington Kastles have a new home this season, but not much else has changed for the powerhouse World Team Tennis franchise. comments

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Murto: Almirola collects first win

Aric Almirola finally got a win in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series. comments

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Nations: Beltway Series, at last?

As Major League Baseball plods toward its approximation of the regular-season's halfway point, the All-Star break, it seems as good a time as any to dream if you're a D.C.-area sports fan. comments

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Fauber: Charlottesville a great addition to Valley League

Wednesday's announcement that a new Valley Baseball League team would be coming to Charlottesville next summer has stirred up quite a bit of excitement throughout the league. comments

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Relaxed Entsminger delights in stellar year

STEPHENS CITY -- When it comes to handling pressure it seems like Reid Entsminger has ice water running through his veins, but maybe it's actually just the water and sand from a beach. comments

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Murto: True 'outlaws' race on cycles

The term "outlaw" is used a lot in racing. comments

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Ansbro stays calm under any pressure

WOODSTOCK -- Nothing fazes Bekah Ansbro. comments

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Rhodes leads Falcons to very positive season

WOODSTOCK -- Lisa Rhodes noticed a real change in her players even early on in the softball season. The Central softball coach saw her players being much more positive and that positivity led to a special season for the Falcons. comments

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2014 All-Area Softball Team

FIRST TEAM • Jessy Shipman, Sherando, Catcher The senior hit .508, had an area-best five triples and two homers for... comments

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Almy: Big bass can't resist rat lures

Casting the lure towards the vast mat of milfoil, I cranked slowly on the handle of the baitcast reel, tensing instinctively. Somehow I just knew a strike was coming. Seconds later, it did. The mat of milfoil literally exploded as a seven-pound largemouth broke through the vegetation and nailed the soft lure shimmying in a v-wake across the surface. comments

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Entsminger clutch in playoffs again for Warriors

STEPHENS CITY -- There's just something about the playoffs that brings out the best in Sherando senior Reid Entsminger. comments

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Under Smoot, Rams continue their proud tradition

STRASBURG -- Year after year, longtime Strasburg High School baseball coach Jeff Smoot makes it a point to ensure that his players understand the foundation that Rams baseball is built upon. comments

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2014 All-Area Baseball Team

FIRST TEAM • Chase Smallwood, Sherando Catcher The senior batted .354 with four doubles, a triple, 16 RBIs and 23... comments

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Davis makes lasting memories

Ashton Davis spent Thursday familiarizing herself with Radford University's campus as part of her incoming freshman orientation. comments

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Coaches' partnership pays many dividends

You can bet there have been a few nicknames floated out there for the longtime partnership between Stonewall Jackson High School track and field coaches Dick Krol and Debbie Ritchie. comments

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2014 All-Area Girls Track and Field Team

FIRST TEAM • Brooklyn Amrich, Strasburg, Sprints Sophomore earned all-state honors in 400-meter run with eighth-place finish at Group 2A... comments

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Fauber: O's returning to form

Now these are the Orioles that we've become accustomed to seeing over the past few years. comments

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