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Little turnover among coaches

Kenny Rinker knows how lucky he is. This offseason Central has had no head coaching turnover and the Falcons' athletic director knows how important that is. comments

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Brothers, teammates reunite with Shockers

NEW MARKET -- Brothers Ryan and Bradley Henschel haven't had too many opportunities to share the baseball diamond together in a competitive atmosphere. comments

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Realignment plan to move Central, Stonewall

Central finds itself in an all too familiar spot, while Stonewall Jackson is experiencing it for the first time. 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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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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2014 All-Area Boys Track and Field Team

FIRST TEAM • Justin Bauserman, Central, Hurdles Senior was a two-time Group 3A all-state honoree by finishing fourth in 300... comments

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2014 All-Area Girls Soccer Team

FIRST TEAM • Tori Dean, Sherando The junior forward finished the season with nine goals and led the Warriors with... comments

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Golladay grew in guiding Generals

Caleb Golladay knows he was placed in a favorable position when he took over as Stonewall Jackson's boys soccer coach last year. comments

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2014 All-Area Boys Soccer Team

First Team • Tommy Buono, Sherando The junior forward finished second on the team with nine goals to go along... comments

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2014 All-Area Girls Tennis Team

2014 All-Area Girls Tennis team • Madison Ferst, Warren County The senior played at No. 1 singles and led the... comments

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Keeler: Area HS teams had much to be proud of

This high school season is officially over, but there's no question that it was a very successful one for all of the area schools. comments

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Keeler: New classes working out well

I'm just going to admit it. comments

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Fauber: HS staffs deal with weather, rest rules

Prior to the start of the spring season last year, the Virginia High School League implemented a new rule that placed stricter limitations on the number of innings that high school pitchers could throw in a given time period. comments

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Keeler: Postseason excitement draws near

It's that time of the season. comments

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Prep scores 11-1

Friday's results Football boxes Warriors 55, Hawks 7 Sherando 21 21 13 0 -- 55 Skyline 0 0 0 7... comments

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VHSL Playoff Ratings 10-21

VHSL ratings As of Oct. 21 Class 4A North 1. Sherando 27.62 2. Salem 27.28 3. Eastern View 26.14 4.... comments

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Nations: Football playoff picture positive

The Virginia High School League released the initial football playoff ratings this week, and were the season to end today it would indeed be another banner year for high school football. comments

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Nations: Area QBs learning on the job

You go to enough football camps and talk to enough football coaches, and sooner or later you'll hear all about players' "heads swimming" as they learn a new offense or defense, shift over to a new position, move up a level of competition or join a new program. comments

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Daily Prep Power Rankings: Oct. 12

Daily Staff - sports@nvdaily.com The Northern Virginia Daily Sports staff collaborated to create a football top 10 list. Each staffer... comments

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Athletes of the Week: Feb. 13-Feb. 19

Male Athlete of the Week Name: Ricky Tisinger School: Stonewall Jackson Sport: Wrestling Year: Junior Accomplishment: Became Generals' first-ever state... comments

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Second-half surge carries Falcons over Generals

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. comments

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Defense ignites Falcons to win

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. comments

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Strasburg slips past Generals

STRASBURG -- Sometimes you've just got to respect your opponent a little better. At least that was the feeling Strasburg boys basketball coach Millson French had Friday night after his Rams had to fight off a Stonewall Jackson team that has gone two years since it last won a game. comments

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Ayers captures second state title

THE PLAINS -- Katlyn Ayers doesn't like it when an opponent is close behind. For some runners, having somebody on their heels might serve as motivation to keep pushing harder and harder, but that doesn't work for Ayers. If it were up to the Strasburg junior, her closest opponent would be plenty of distance away. So when George Mason's Julia Estrada started to close in on Ayers, who held the lead in the Group A state cross country championships with less than 100 yards to go, Ayers knew she couldn't let her cushion slip away. comments

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Generals fall after playing promising set

LURAY -- It started so promising. Stonewall Jackson had rallied in the first set, taking full advantage of its "underdog" role to push second-seeded Luray to match point. To cap things off, sophomore Taylor Koontz's final serve crashed onto the Bulldogs' side of the court for an ace, the perfect ending to what started as a dream scenario for the Generals as they took the first set. comments

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Gladiators hammer Stonewall Jackson

QUICKSBURG -- Riverheads continued its dominance of the Shenandoah District as the Gladiators dismantled Stonewall Jackson, 42-3, on Friday night. Riverheads dominated every phase of the game in the first half. The offense ran for 263 yards while the defense limited the Generals to 43 total yards. Stonewall Jackson ran 25 plays in the first two quarters with 11 resulting in negative yardage. Riverheads scored on its first two possessions to lead 14-0 lead after one quarter. comments

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Central boys team captures Shenandoah district crown

NEW MARKET -- Central's Brandon Poff finished first and led the Falcons to the boys team championship. Luray's Deanna Teter was the fastest girl and Page County took the girls team top spot in the Shenandoah District cross country meet Wednesday afternoon at the 5K/3.1 mile New Market Battlefield Park course. comments

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