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Rams' Ayers, Eagles' Trayer take first place

WASHINGTON -- Anyone who has followed Clarke County's boys cross country team over the last decade has probably taken the Eagles for granted. comments

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Bull Run surprise: Clarke rallies to win

STRASBURG -- Just one more point. Moments before, Strasburg had committed its eighth attack error of the fifth set, leaving Clarke County on the cusp of a huge upset. Clara Thiel had already scored three points off her serve for Clarke County -- including an ace -- and the senior was focused on getting the next serve over the net. comments

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Ground attack leads Eagles past Rams

BERRYVILLE -- Grant Shaw will tell you he'd rather see his teammates score touchdowns than take the football into the end zone himself. Whether or not he's telling the truth, however, is up for debate. 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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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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Prep athlete of the week, Sept. 20-26: Lauren Agnew

Behind Lauren Agnew, the Rams went 2-0 last week, with wins over George Mason and Central. Against the Mustangs she had 11 kills, 16 assists and six aces. comments

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Strasburg takes out Panthers

SHENANDOAH -- It's a phrase Michael Reynolds has waited so long to say, the one that upon realization slapped a huge grin on the face of coach Mark Roller. Strasburg football is on a winning streak. For the first time under Roller and the first time since 2007, the Rams have won back-to-back games, as the Purple and White pounded Page County on Friday night, 36-22. comments

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Worth the wait: Rams' Davis leads squad to title

FRONT ROYAL -- Walking along Blue Ridge Shadows' 18th fairway Thursday, the fate of the Bull Run District tournament championship rested in the hands of three golfers. Each one represented their team's top position -- Strasburg's Derek Davis, Manassas Park's Joey Gaouette and Madison County's Collin Tucker -- and each one's score would play a part in determining the district winner. comments

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Host Strasburg downs Mason

STRASBURG -- Finding an open spot on the volleyball court is always crucial to success. comments

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Eagles handle heat for tri-meet sweep

BERRYVILLE -- The Clarke County Eagles hosted a tri-team Bull Run District cross country meet Wednesday afternoon and made a strong showing, taking first place for both boys and girls against Strasburg and Rappahannock County. comments

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Strasburg shuts out Central

WOODSTOCK -- Strasburg seniors Lauran Agnew and Casey Spiker have been together for enough volleyball matches that they know each other's strengths quite well. comments

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Rams top Luray for first victory

STRASBURG --Three times before, Rakwon White's faith had been tested this season. Three times, his Strasburg football team had come out on the losing end of not particularly close contests. comments

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Strasburg starts fast to earn Bull Run win

STRASBURG -- The Strasburg Rams opened up Bull Run District play Thursday with a strong start to make quick work of Manassas Park as they dominated the evening, winning in straight sets, 3-0 (25-6, 25-18, 25-15). comments

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Revived Rams: Strasburg's newcomers help provide a lift

STRASBURG -- Coming into this season, Strasburg golf coach Ricky Bowley knew the strength and success of his team would rest in the hands of his returning talent. comments

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Colonels dominate net, blank Rams

WINCHESTER -- Strasburg traveled to James Wood on Monday and fell to a powerful Colonels front line, which dominated the net to defeat the Rams 3-0 (25-17, 25-12, 25-16). comments

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Central takes out winless Strasburg

WOODSTOCK -- It was an emotional night for Central, especially the seniors. The Falcons beat Strasburg, 28-8, on Friday night, keeping the seniors undefeated against their Shenandoah County rival. 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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High-powered offense propels Hawks

STRASBURG -- The high school football season kicked off Friday night with a bang for the Skyline Hawks when they traveled to face the Rams of Strasburg. An early defensive battle quickly got out of hand as the Hawks won their opener 28-0. 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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Measuring up

Strasburg's Samantha St. Clair tries to spike the ball past Central's Rebecca Sigler during Tuesday's volleyball match. The host Rams won, 3-0 (25-14, 25-14, 25-23). comments

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Man of Steele: Wildcats junior piles up yards in win

FRONT ROYAL -- Gage Steele could see the momentum start to creep over to the Strasburg sideline. After a 25-yard strike from Rams quarterback Hunter Funk cut Warren County's lead to just six points early in the second quarter, the purple and white were beginning to play with swagger and Steele decided to do something about it. comments

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Straight aces: Colonels' service game trumps Rams

STRASBURG -- Since Jill Lester took over as coach of the James Wood volleyball team before the start of the 2008 season, the Colonels have implemented a jump-serve attack that has flustered many opponents. comments

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Rams, Wildcats geared up for season opener

FRONT ROYAL -- For three years, Strasburg and Warren County have met on the gridiron to open their respective seasons. In 2007, Strasburg blanked the Wildcats, 35-0. For the past two years, however, it's been all Warren County. comments

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RB spots are up for grabs at Strasburg

STRASBURG -- The glaring issue for Strasburg coach Mark Roller this preseason has been finding replacements for departed running backs Bub McKelvey and Tanner Orndorff, who last season rushed for 845 and 711 yards, respectively. comments

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End of the road: Strasburg loses in eight innings to Manassas Park

STRASBURG -- The looks on the faces of the Strasburg baseball team gave evidence of their disappointment. comments

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Eagles slip past Rams for Region B berth

MADISON -- Strasburg and Clarke County's girls softball teams split their regular season meetings, so the atmosphere was tense when they squared off in the Bull Run District tournament semifinals at Madison County. comments

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Strasburg cruises to home win

STRASBURG -- Now the Strasburg softball team can turn its attention to Clarke County. comments

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Mason denies Rams' regular-season title bid

BEALETON -- The last time Zach Cover faced George Mason, the right-hander was impressive, tossing a complete game shutout and propelling the Rams into a first-place tie in the Bull Run District. comments

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