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Inspired Generals top county rival Falcons

QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson first-year varsity volleyball coach Lindsey Dinges had a decision to make before the Generals' home match against Central on Tuesday evening. comments

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Hornets' o-line hoping to keep building

WINCHESTER -- It's not too often that an offense returns as much playing experience as Shenandoah University's football team does this season. comments

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Almy: New guide offers hunting insights

Everyone knows that the Boone & Crockett Club is a prestigious conservation organization that keeps the records for the largest big game animals taken. But the B&C Club also operates a publishing house that produces some amazing books and DVDs. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes earn women's soccer national rankings

HARRISONBURG -- With a 3-0 start to the 2014 season, the James Madison University women's soccer team vaulted into the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and Soccer America national polls Tuesday, checking in at No. 24 and No. 25, respectively. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 2

Volleyball • Stonewall Jackson 3, Central 0 (25-20, 25-23, 25-14) • Madison County 3, Strasburg 0 (25-15, 25-18, 25-18) •... comments

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Rams strong in first Central Invitational

WOODSTOCK -- Strasburg's girls and boys teams sped to fourth place finishes respectively Saturday at the first Central Invitational cross country meet at the 3-mile Wetzel Farm course off North Street. comments

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Prep scores: 8-30

Saturday's results Football Covenant 41, R-MA 28 Boys cross country Central Invitational Team results: 1. Brentsville 17, 2. Kettle Run... comments

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SU roundup: Hornets win volleyball opener

ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. - The Shenandoah University volleyball team opened up its 2014 season with a pair of victories Saturday afternoon at St. Mary's of Maryland. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes fall in men's soccer

HARRISONBURG - James Madison surrendered a pair of first-half goals and was never able to overcome the deficit, falling to Albany 3-1 in the final match of the Fairfield Inn by Marriott JMU Invitational on Sunday afternoon at University Park. comments

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John Champe beats Central

WOODSTOCK - With a young and inexperienced team, Central's season didn't get off to the start it wanted on Friday night. comments

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Rams shut out Generals

Mark Smoot seemed to have every reason to strut off the field on Friday night. comments

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Skyline cages Wildcats

FRONT ROYAL -- Skyline quarterback Corban Ruch was ready for his second shot against cross-town rival Warren County on Friday night. comments

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Warriors hold off Applemen

BUNKER HILL, W.Va. -- Sherando overcame a sluggish start to stop Musselman at Waldeck Field on Friday night, 33-24, in nondistrict football action. comments

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Withers' era starts with tough opener

James Madison University's football team underwent significant changes in the offseason. A new coaching staff, including a new head coach, changes to the offensive and defensive systems and lots of transfers. The new-look Dukes don't have to wait for their first big test as they on Maryland today at 3:30 p.m. at Byrd Stadium in College Park, Maryland. comments

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Fauber: Answers to come for Hokies

The 2014 college football season is finally upon us and teams across the country are hitting the gridiron this week for their respective season openers. comments

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Prep scores: Aug. 29

Rams 34, Generals 0 Stonewall Jackson 0 0 0 0 -- 0 Strasburg 7 13 0 14 -- 34 First... comments

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Goal-line stand: Generals muster numbers

QUICKSBURG -- Derrick Smith went into Stonewall Jackson's weight room just two weeks before the start of the season and was surprised by what he found -- a virtually empty room. comments

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Optimistic Falcons loaded with new starters

WOODSTOCK -- Central may have lost 21 seniors to graduation, but there's still good reason for optimism at the school this year. comments

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Barbour's time has come to lead Central's offense

WOODSTOCK -- Sam Barbour has waited patiently for his time, and this season he will lead a young Central squad onto the field. comments

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Eagles retool backfield for another run at state playoffs

BERRYVILLE -- The Clarke County High School football team broke new ground in the program's history last season, advancing further into the postseason than any previous Eagles squad before eventually falling in the Group 2A state quarterfinals. comments

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McDonald ready to bear heavier load for Clarke County

BERRYVILLE -- Sean McDonald is eager to take on a heavier load for Clarke County High School's football team this season. comments

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Speedy Judges out to regain top spot in Northwestern

WINCHESTER -- Handley has had some explosive teams over the years. That's why it says a lot about this year's team when head coach Tony Rayburn says this squad will be on par with some of the speedy teams from the past. comments

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Healthy Washington hoping to make impact for Handley

WINCHESTER -- Last season was a heart-breaking one for Justin Washington. comments

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James Wood hopes to show growth under McHale

WINCHESTER -- Mark McHale knew it wouldn't be easy turning things around at James wood when he took over the head coaching job last year. With a year under his belt, he and the entire team are in a better position as a new season gets started. comments

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Colonels' Hepner lands prized role as quarterback

WINCHESTER -- Brady Hepner is finally where he's always wanted to be. comments

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