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Strasburg gets past Generals

STRASBURG -- Tyler Hott is a little soft-spoken when talking about personal accomplishments. comments

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Got it Covered: Rams junior provides solid pitching effort against Falcons

STRASBURG -- Zach Cover will tell you he's not an overpowering pitcher. He'll say his pitches aren't really designed to leave a hitter off balance after an at-bat, and that all he tries to do is throw strikes and let his defense get all of the glory. comments

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Strasburg erupts to beat rival

STRASBURG -- Despite the fact that they're not playing in the same district, a Strasburg-Central game is always something special for both teams, and Wednesday's girls softball matchup was no exception. comments

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Buckley sparks Rams in first career start

STRASBURG -- Derek Buckley found out he was going to make his first career pitching start for Strasburg just hours before Saturday night's championship game of the Ram Hardball Classic. comments

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Strasburg wallops Wildcats

STRASBURG -- With one swing of the bat, Sheldon Stickley knew the ball had a chance to leave the park. comments

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Cover's patience pays off for Strasburg

STRASBURG -- Imagine stepping to the plate with the task of reaching base. That seems easy enough. comments

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Buckley heats up to boost Strasburg

STRASBURG -- During Monday's win over Stonewall Jackson, Strasburg catcher Derek Buckley was frustrated. comments

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Wilson leads Rams past rival Generals

NEW MARKET -- Watching Mitchell Wilson on Monday, it was hard to tell this was his first start of the season. comments

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Head-to-head: Rams battle Falcons to scoreless tie

STRASBURG -- The Strasburg Rams couldn't muster much of an advantage playing on their home pitch; nor could the Central Falcons profit from an excess of free kicks. comments

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Hinegardner pitches through pain for win

WOODSTOCK -- Nothing was going to keep Central's Brea Hinegardner from pitching against Strasburg. comments

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Strasburg rolls past Central

WOODSTOCK -- Strasburg starting pitcher Zach Cover pitched a brilliant two-hitter and the Rams' bats produced 11 hits to propel Strasburg to a decisive 12-1 victory on Thursday over Central in five innings. comments

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Making a point

Strasburg coach Joel Morgan makes a point to his team during a Region B, Division 2 semifinal game against George Mason on Feb. 26 in Harrisonburg. Dennis Grundman/Daily file comments

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Rams hold on for win

STRASBURG -- Trotting off the pitch of Glenn Proctor Field at Ram Stadium on Tuesday, Strasburg sophomore Taylor Hill shivered from an adrenaline-fueled chill. comments

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Kartvelishvili giving Rams big lift this season

STRASBURG -- For Nika Kartvelishvili, the thought of making a trip to the United States resided in the furthest recesses of his mind. comments

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Cover has solid first outing to lift Strasburg

STRASBURG -- Strasburg pitcher Zach Cover pitched six innings of near-perfect baseball to propel the Rams to a convincing 7-0 victory over Luray on Saturday. comments

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Offensive woes costly for Rams in loss to Luray

STRASBURG -- Home field provided no advantage for the Strasburg Rams softball squad, as they dropped their second match-up of the season to the Luray Bulldogs, 10-3, on Saturday night. comments

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Generals fend off Strasburg

STRASBURG -- Although both teams came into Friday's boys soccer match with an unblemished record, Stonewall Jackson has a tradition of handling Strasburg easily. comments

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Rams renew county rivalry with spirited effort against Generals

STRASBURG -- Stonewall Jackson senior Patrick Bain walked off the pitch with a strip of black tape wrapped around his injured hand. Generals senior Dylan Dawson walked back from the Strasburg bench, where the first aid kit lay, with a fresh bag of ice packaging his dislocated shoulder. comments

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Painful defeat: Ayers suffers injury as rams fall to Mustangs

HARRISONBURG -- In 10 seconds, a smile and a laugh melted into a wail and a tear. Strasburg senior Jaclyn Ayers, beaming only seconds before tipoff, gathered her umpteenth steal of the season on George Mason's first possession of the Region B, Division 2 semifinals. Ayers shuttled toward the Strasburg basket; she launched for what should have been the kind of transition layup she's built a career out of. comments

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Friendly confines: Host Rams earn victory to advance

STRASBURG -- Call it a frenzy. Call it playing at another level. Call it rising to the occasion. comments

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Rams happy to have shot as an underdog

Strasburg senior Bub McKelvey knows what it's like to be the underdog. But, as he says, being the long shot still means there's a chance. comments

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Barnes redeems his regional loss in Salem

SALEM -- Last weekend, a teary-eyed Colin Barnes stood alone at the edge of the mat. He had lost the regional championship, falling for just the second time all season to Manassas Park's Issac Velasquez. comments

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Mustangs turn back Strasburg

Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School was lit ablaze Friday night. Neither Strasburg nor George Mason, as far as qualifying for the Region B tournament was concerned, necessarily needed to win the Bull Run District championship game, as both teams have already guaranteed themselves No. 4 and No. 1 seeds, respectively. comments

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Rams unleash Ford at state tournament

SALEM -- On Thursday night, Strasburg's Lance Ford stood in front of the mirror in his hotel room. comments

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Strasburg rolls past Madison

FALLS CHURCH -- All the Strasburg Rams could feel was relief. Relief that they had beaten Madison County and secured a spot in today's Bull Run District girls basketball tournament final; relief that their final score of 40-25 wasn't too indicative of their rustiness on Thursday night. comments

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Madison turns back Rams

MADISON -- Top-seeded Madison County had no trouble against upset-minded Strasburg in the Bull Run District boys basketball tournament on Thursday, as the Mountaineers routed the Rams 73-31 to advance to the championship. comments

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Third-quarter run lifts Strasburg to victory

BERRYVILLE -- The fourth-seeded Strasburg Rams continued their late season uptick, recovering from a two-point halftime deficit with a red-hot 17-2 third quarter to best fifth-seeded Manassas Park 55-34 in the Bull Run District boys basketball tournament play-in game on Wednesday. comments

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Eagles capture region title

STRASBURG -- All Logan Large needed to hear was that final buzzer, the one that told him his team was still alive. comments

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Strasburg's Barnes eager to wrestle again

Colin Barnes hates to lose. Ok, so what athlete doesn't? But the trick here is, after Barnes suffered his first defeat this season on Jan. 23, the Strasburg senior took that loss and used it to bring him back down to reality. comments

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Rams fall to Mustangs in district showdown

FALLS CHURCH -- Not three minutes into Strasburg's pregame warmups, a vicious sound issued from the far end of the court. comments

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