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Stonewall Jackson gets back on track against Stuarts Draft

QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson's boys soccer team badly needed a win against visiting Shenandoah District rival Stuarts Draft on Friday evening. comments

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Generals see progress in softball loss against Cougars

QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson's softball team struggled to yet another blowout loss on Friday evening to visiting Shenandoah District foe Stuarts Draft, but Generals first-year head coach Morgan Williams is seeing some positives. comments

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Walton named Marshal

Basketball icon Bill Walton has been named as the Sports Marshal for next month's Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester, organizers announced on Friday. comments

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Fauber: Risk a wise one for 'Skins

The Washington Redskins already had some young, talented offensive weapons surrounding quarterback Robert Griffin III before they went out and signed wide receiver DeSean Jackson earlier this week. comments

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Christendom ready for Rugby Tourney

Christendom College's rugby season has been very hit and miss -- mostly miss -- so far this spring. comments

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Prep roundup: Holsinger sparks Generals to 1st baseball win

NEW MARKET -- Freshman Cole Holsinger had three hits and drove in the go-ahead run to lead Stonewall Jackson to a 2-1 baseball win over Shenandoah District rival Stuarts Draft on Friday at Rebel Field. comments

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JMU roundup: Hofstra drops Dukes in CAA baseball matchup

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Two pitchers combined to limit James Madison University to six hits and Eric Ferguson hit a three-run home run to lift Hofstra to a 5-2 victory in the Colonial Athletic Association baseball series opener on Friday afternoon at University Field. comments

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Prep scores: April 4

Baseball • Stonewall Jackson 2, Stuarts Draft 1 Stuarts Draft 000 100 0 -- 1 6 1 Stonewall 000 110... comments

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Falcons make all the plays to down Stonewall

WOODSTOCK -- The bats might still be coming along and the pitching may still has some work to do, but Central's defense flashed mid-season form against visiting Stonewall Jackson in Thursday's non-district baseball matchup. comments

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Central's Plum tosses no-hitter

WOODSTOCK -- Sydney Plum got a nice surprise on Thursday night. comments

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Rams' offense heats up against Warren Co.

STRASBURG -- It took a few innings, but Strasburg's bats finally got going against visiting Warren County in Bull Run District baseball action on Thursday evening. comments

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Patriots fall to Judges in close match

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy and Handley met for the first time ever in girls soccer on Thursday. If the first meeting is any indication, it could be the beginning of a good rivalry. comments

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Warren County earns first win

STRASBURG -- Warren County's softball team got a solid pitching performance from junior Paige McLachlan and plenty of offense as the Wildcats rolled to a 13-2 win over host Strasburg on Thursday evening. comments

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Keeler: Future bright for Cavs

The Final Four should be a good one this weekend (I'm hoping to see Florida come out on top), but it won't have the Virginia Cavaliers in it -- this year. comments

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Prep roundup: Hawks earn ugly win over Judges

WINCHESTER -- Skyline survived a mistake-filled contest with host Handley in Northwestern District baseball action on Thursday, as the Hawks earned a 24-14 win in their district opener. comments

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Prep scores: April 3

Thursday's results Baseball • SVCA 2, Broadfording Christian Academy 1 Broadfording 000 010 0 -- 1 4 2 SVCA 000... comments

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SU roundup: Hornets slip past Catholic in baseball

WASHINGTON, D.C. - No. 17/24 Shenandoah University earned its 20th victory of the 2014 baseball season with a 3-2 non-league win at Catholic Thursday afternoon. comments

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Overby gives Hornets' offense charge

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University's Nolan Overby headed into this baseball season expected to make an impact -- on the school's junior-varsity program. comments

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Potts stays hot as Wildcats top Rams

STRASBURG -- Not much can slow down Warren County senior Kelsea Potts on the soccer pitch right now -- not opposing defenses, and certainly not an ailing left leg. comments

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Wildcats' girls tennis squad bounces back against Hawks

FRONT ROYAL -- After suffering a tough loss on Monday, Warren County wanted to bounce back in its girls tennis match Wednesday -- mission accomplished. comments

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Rams' Smoot shines in first start

STRASBURG -- Strasburg's baseball team expects to have plenty of pitching depth this spring, with at least seven capable arms available at the disposal of longtime Rams head coach Jeff Smoot. comments

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SU roundup: Hornets top Eagles in women's lacrosse

WINCHESTER - The Shenandoah University women's lacrosse team earned its second straight win with a 10-8 ODAC victory over Bridgewater on Wednesday afternoon. comments

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JMU roundup: Ford powers JMU past Hokies in softball

BLACKSBURG - Sophomore pitcher/first baseman Jailyn Ford earned a win and a save in the circle and hit two home runs at the plate to help power the James Madison softball team to a doubleheader sweep of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg on Wednesday. comments

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Prep scores: April 2

Wednesday's results Baseball • Fairfax Home School 21, Massanutten Academy 2 Girls tennis • Wildcats 9, Hawks 0 Warren County... comments

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Murto: Busch back in victory lane

It appears that Kurt Busch's comeback is complete now that he broke his 83-race winless streak and grabbed the victory at Martinsville. comments

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