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Withers sees response to loss as a positive

HARRISONBURG -- Many things went wrong for James Madison University on Saturday in its 30-23 overtime loss to Delaware. In most cases the Dukes simply beat themselves, but JMU coach Everett Withers said he was happy with how his players responded after the loss. comments

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Prep scores: 9-26

Friday's results Football Eagles 30, Rams 14 Strasburg 0 7 7 0 -- 14 Clarke County 7 14 0 9... comments

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On Campus: Local athletes shine for Bridgewater football

Bridgewater's football team is 2-0 this season, and several local athletes have played a big part in the success. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 23

High school golf • Northwestern District mini-tournament At Rock Harbor Golf Course Team scores: 1. Sherando 311, 2. James Wood 336,... comments

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Prep scores: 9-18

Thursday's results High school volleyball • Madison County 3, Central 0 (25-16, 25-17, 25-11) Central leaders: Caroline Truban (8 service... comments

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Troxell, Warren County earn sweep of Strasburg

STRASBURG -- Most around the Bull Run District are aware of Warren County's Autumn Troxell for her inside game around the net. On Tuesday, playing on the road before Strasburg High School's high energy home crowd, the senior added serving to her repertoire. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 16

High school volleyball • SVCA 3, R-MA 0 (25-14, 25-9, 25-18) SVCA leaders: Krista Freemire (5 aces, 4 kills); Carol... comments

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Prep scores 9-13

Saturday's results Boys cross country Eastern Mennonite Invitational Team results: 1. Strasburg 58, 2. Skyline 67, 3. Broadway 130, 4.... comments

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James Wood tames Wildcats

WINCHESTER -- Warren County and James Wood were each searching for its first win of the season on Friday night. comments

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Madison Co. too much for Wildcats

FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County played really well defensively against a fast-paced, aggressive Madison County squad on Thursday night. The Wildcats needed their defense and then some against the unbeaten Mountaineers. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 11

High school golf • Warren County tri-match at Shenandoah Valley GC (par 36), Front Royal Team scores: 1. Strasburg, 161;... comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 9

High school golf • Central tri-match at Bryce Resort, Basye Team scores: 1. Central 174; 2. Stonewall Jackson 175; 3.... comments

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Morrow shining at top spot for Warren County

FRONT ROYAL -- Two years ago Warren County's Claire Morrow was the new girl on the cross country team looking up to the upperclassmen, and following their lead. This year as a junior it's Morrow's turn to take the leading role, and it's one she's relishing. comments

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New Warren County coach Crist faces tall task

FRONT ROYAL -- Steve Crist faces quite a challenge in his first year as the head football coach at Warren County High School. comments

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Moon the man in the middle for Wildcats

FRONT ROYAL -- When Zach Moon looks around the football field at his Warren County teammates this season, things will look a little bit different. 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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Keeler: Postseason excitement draws near

It's that time of the season. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 5

Volleyball • Sherando 3, Skyline 0 • George Mason 3, Strasburg 1 • William Monroe 3, Central 2 • Warren... comments

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Wildcats escape with 57-53 win over Yellow Jackets

FRONT ROYAL -- A cross-town matchup turned into a proverbial slugfest Monday night when Warren County visited Randolph-Macon Academy in non-conference boys basketball action. comments

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Front Royal sweep: Wildcats take down Skyline

FRONT ROYAL -- Just a little over two weeks after Warren County defeated cross-town rival Skyline 1-0 in an extra-inning pitchers' duel, the Wildcats and the Hawks met for round two of softball action at Skyline on Thursday. 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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Martin leading hungry Wildcats

FRONT ROYAL -- Kelly Martin knows her team isn't often going to have the size advantage on the court. comments

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Free-throw shooting lifts Wildcats in OT

FRONT ROYAL -- Most of the game was dead even, but Warren County took over in overtime on Saturday. The Wildcats used clutch foul shooting to pull away with a 70-62 non-district boys basketball overtime win over Central. comments

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Falcons recover from slow start, top Wildcats

Daily Staff Reports - sports@nvdaily.com WOODSTOCK -- Central started off a little slow in its 66-52 win over Warren County... comments

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Cold-shooting Wildcats fall short to Eagles

FRONT ROYAL -- Vernon Mathews didn't want to believe what he had just seen. Time and time again, 3-point attempts, mid-range jumpers, even open lay-ups were hoisted up, only to be rejected by an unforgiving rim. To say his team had just finished a cold shooting night would be putting it politely. At times it was baffling to see another Wildcats shot spin out of the hoop, yet after four quarters, Warren County had managed just six field goals on 39 shots, including a scoreless third quarter. Meanwhile, their opponent, Clarke County, had little trouble finding the basket, and rolled to a 61-33 win over the Wildcats on Monday night. comments

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Experienced Central trumps Warren

FRONT ROYAL -- Both host Warren County and Central looked to start off their girls basketball season in the win column on Wednesday night, but only one could prevail. In the end, the more experienced Falcons were able to pull together and notch a victory as they held off the Wildcats, 61-33. comments

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Wildcats excited to play Patriots

FRONT ROYAL -- When Damien Caison got home last Saturday, fresh off of helping Warren County earn its first ever win in the VHSL playoffs, there were phone messages waiting for him. On the other end of the line were people he had never met before, people who simply wanted to offer words of congratulations to him and the Wildcats. That's when Caison realized this season has meant more than just the joy of winning a few football games. After suffering through disappointing seasons in recent history, Warren County football is one game away from a shot at a regional championship and the community has taken notice. comments

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Gibbons sparks Wildcats to third

THE PLAINS -- Fifty yards from the finish line, Kayla Gibbons collapsed. Her knees buckled, sending her straight to the ground in pain. She was so close, yet with her body completely exhausted, the end of the race seemed miles away. comments

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Warren County's improved season ends in tourney

NOKESVILLE -- Warren County High School's volleyball team came within an eyelash of forcing a fifth set in Monday night's play-in game to the Evergreen District tournament against host Brentsville. Instead, the Wildcats must take solace in a much-improved season and hope for an even brighter future. comments

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