QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson's Cristy Lazaro-Luna rarely gets the opportunity to lead the Generals' offensive attack, as coach Chris Livesay generally has the speedy senior planted somewhere along the defensive back line.
QUICKSBURG -- Ending up on the losing end of a shutout is never fun, but Stonewall Jackson's girls soccer team can take some solace in the fact that they have plenty of company when it comes to facing Wilson Memorial.
QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson's struggles on the softball field have provided little for the Generals to smile about this season, and things didn't get much better on Friday when they hosted Shenandoah District rival Buffalo Gap.
BERRYVILLE -- Central held the lead for much of Friday's Bull Run District boys soccer match with host Clarke County, but the Eagles struck for a goal late in regulation and the game ended in a 1-1 tie.
QUICKSBURG -- As the first half slipped under two minutes Thursday night, Stonewall Jackson guard Russell Hill pulled up just shy of the foul line and drained a jumper.
The Generals were jumping for joy, cutting Shenandoah District rival Central's lead to five points with the made basket.
Then came the whistle: One of Stonewall Jackson's players had held the ball a tad too long after it ended flight through the hoop, and the perceived delay resulted in a technical foul called against the Generals.
QUICKSBURG -- For 13 minutes Thursday, Stonewall Jackson looked like a team on its way to a stunning upset of Central in girls basketball. The Generals were beating the undefeated Falcons press with ease and scoring at will.
But with 3:42 left in the second quarter, everything changed. Central exploded for an 18-0 run that left Stonewall Jackson (1-7) gasping for air. After that, the Falcons had no trouble dominating the Generals and eventually winning easily 67-52.