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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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Central captures cheerleading title

STAUNTON -- Central won its second consecutive Shenandoah District competition cheerleading title on Saturday. The Falcons had 240 points in the first round of competition, and 241 points in the second round to win the crown. Page County finished second, and Buffalo Gap was third. Stonewall Jackson finished sixth. comments

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Rams, Falcons capture titles at county meet

WOODSTOCK -- Central hosted the Shenandoah County cross country meet Saturday morning at the 3.0 mile Wetzel Farm course off North Street. Strasburg junior Katlyn Ayers took first place and led the Rams to the girls title. Central junior Brandon Poff finished first among the boys, leading the Falcons to the boys top spot. comments

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Flying High: Falcons topple Generals

QUICKSBURG -- When talking about Central's offensive attack, Matt Sherfey's arm seems to get all the credit. Not that it shouldn't, mind you. With 168 yards and two touchdowns in Friday's 24-8 win over Stonewall Jackson, the Falcons senior certainly showed why his throwing skills steal the headlines. comments

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Daily Prep Power Rankings: Oct. 12

The Northern Virginia Daily Sports staff collaborated to create a football top 10 list. Each staffer voted, with 10 points... comments

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Rams rally past Generals

STRASBURG -- Shawn Owens had a premonition on Friday night. The Strasburg sophomore defensive back had a feeling the ball was coming his way in the closing seconds of the Rams' home football matchup against cross-county rival Stonewall Jackson, a feeling that developed into a certainty as he spied Generals quarterback John-Michael Pirtle rolling out of the pocket toward the right sideline. comments

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Daily Prep Power Rankings

The Northern Virginia Daily Sports staff collaborated to create a football top 10 list. Each staffer voted, with 10 points being awarded to the top-ranked team, nine to the No. 2 team and so on. Numbers in parenthesis indicate where each team was last week. comments

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Penalties costly for Generals in loss

FALLS CHURCH -- It seemed, if only for a few moments, the dark cloud hanging over Stonewall Jackson's season had lifted. comments

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Falcons roll past Generals

QUICKSBURG -- Central had a bad habit of falling behind early in each set Tuesday night at Stonewall Jackson. comments

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Clarke's catalyst: Shaw's three TDs lift Eagles to win

QUICKSBURG -- There are certain games when Clarke County football coach Chris Parker is glad Grant Shaw suits up in an Eagles' uniform. comments

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Generals intent on stalling Clarke County's climb

QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson coach Dick Krol remembers, years ago, when Clarke County coach Chris Parker vented a concern he had with the progress of his Eagles. comments

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Eagles rally to down Generals in five sets

QUICKSBURG -- It may not have been looking like a good thing at the time, down a set to Stonewall Jackson. comments

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Despite few lapses, Rams beat Generals

STRASBURG -- Despite an obvious lapse in the second set, Strasburg was able to defeat Stonewall Jackson 3-1 (25-15, 23-25, 25-15, 25-18) in girls volleyball Tuesday night. comments

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Wilson Memorial thumps Generals

FISHERSVILLE -- It may not have been a perfectly executed game, but Wilson Memorial did just about everything right in a 42-7 thumping of Stonewall Jackson on Friday night in a non-district play. comments

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Johnson sparks Generals to win

FRONT ROYAL -- The 13th hole at Jackson's Chase Golf Course is not for the faint of heart. It's a challenging, 478-yard, par 5, with the fairway hanging to the right of the tee box. It's one of the five longest holes on the course and for any golfer, the prospect of a par or even a bogey is satisfactory. comments

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Eagles best Generals in four games

BERRYVILLE -- After taking Stonewall Jackson easily in the first set, host Clarke County struggled through the second and fourth set but was able pull out a 3-1 (25-6, 17-25, 25-14, 25-20) win in Monday's non-district volleyball match. comments

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Generals handling the heat

QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson coach Dick Krol has only a few concerns heading into the Generals' scrimmage against Manassas Park today: the health of his starters, the size of his starters, and the stifling weather the Generals have been practicing in. comments

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Simmons chosen to coach SJ basketball

QUICKSBURG -- Bill Simmons knows that building a successful boys basketball program at Stonewall Jackson will be more arduous than effortless. comments

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Specht, Wymer are newest selections for VHSL Hall of Fame

The recent class of coaches, athletes and contributors inducted into the Virginia High School League Hall of Fame comprises two local coaches, well established in the same sport, who are admittedly ecstatic to rub elbows with one of the most established coaches in Virginia. comments

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Eagles shock Generals in regional quarters

QUICKSBURG -- If it wasn't enough for Clarke County's boys soccer team to have to travel 70 miles for its match in the Region B Tournament quarterfinals, imagine having to travel all that way to face a team that had beaten them twice in the regular season and was 18-0 going into the game. comments

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Generals romp to district championship

QUICKSBURG -- It sounds like a terrible cliché, the typical mutterings of a team that's gone undefeated through a regular season and a district tournament. comments

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Falcons soar past Generals for title

QUICKSBURG -- There was no on-field celebration for Central on Thursday. There were no shrieks from teammates, no applause from fans in the stand, not even a team gathering following the final whistle. In fact, there wasn't even a final whistle. comments

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Healthy Pirtle making big strides this season

QUICKSBURG -- Perhaps it was the one moment John-Michael Pirtle let his emotions get the best of him. comments

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Generals stymie Bulldogs' offense

QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson forward Hope Madaris had a hat trick on Friday to lead the Generals to a convincing 8-0 win over Luray in the Shenandoah District girls soccer tournament quarterfinals. comments

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Generals win boys district crown, Central take second in girls

HARRISONBURG -- The Stonewall Jackson Generals took several top spots, and Central also earned some medals, in the Shenandoah District Track and Field meet on Wednesday evening at Harrisonburg High School. comments

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Bragging rights: Stonewall boys, Rams' girls win county titles

STRASBURG -- The discus event, as Lucas Ryan will tell you, requires a lot of technique in order to be successful. The shot put, on the other hand, is simply a test to see who is truly the strongest guy out there. comments

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Generals take next step with signings

QUICKSBURG -- The Stonewall Jackson class of 2010, parents and teachers have thought, is a rare class to come by. comments

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Defensive gem: Defense, Koontz key Generals' district win

WOODSTOCK -- The sliver of orange fabric, which has been strapped to his arm for only 10 games, hasn't changed Colton Koontz. comments

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Falcons slip past Generals

NEW MARKET -- Claire Barbour hadn't made much use of her net play this season. But with the match against Shenandoah District and county rival Stonewall Jackson on the line Friday afternoon, she decided it was time to try. comments

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Generals unveil perfect plan against Riverheads

QUICKSBURG -- Everything went according to plan. Patrick Bain was supposed to see teammate Jose Garcia creeping toward him at the top of the penalty box. comments

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