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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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Nations: Perfect night for a ballgame

Danny Wood never had the chance to meet Trent Williams. comments

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Furfari: Whitmore a WVU standout

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Darrell Whitmore, a native of Front Royal, was an outstanding two-sport standout for West Virginia University from 1988-91. 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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Wildcats clinch first VHSL playoff berth

FRONT ROYAl -- If there was any doubt about Warren County making the school's first Virginia High School League football postseason appearance, the Wildcats put that to rest Friday night. Behind a career-high night from junior running back Gage Steele, Warren County rolled to a 34-17 Evergreen District victory over Kettle Run on a brisk night in Front Royal. Steele rambled for a season-best 301 yards on 26 carries and scored four touchdowns as the Wildcats continued to take aim not only at the playoffs but a possible first-round home game. comments

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Gibbons, O'Reilly capture crowns: Wildcats win girls Evergreen meet

NOKESVILLE -- A mile into the cross country course at Nokesville Park, there's a winding turn that circles around a set of trees. Running around it provides camouflage for just a few seconds, eventually revealing the rest of the 3.1-mile course. comments

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Wildcats take top spot in Invitational

WINCHESTER -- Trying to catch up to Kayla Gibbons isn't easy. In just her second season at Warren County, the sophomore has established herself as the top runner for the Wildcats and one of the fastest runners in the area. 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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Second-half surge lifts Judges to win

WINCHESTER -- This was the game Warren County was waiting for. This was the game players had circled on their calendars, the one captains Gage Steele and Damien Caison talked about back in August. comments

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Warren County to honor '84 team

FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County High School's 1984 state championship softball team will be among the inductees for the school's ninth annual hall of fame ceremony at halftime of the Oct. 15 football game between the Wildcats and Fauquier. comments

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Hawks prevail against Warren in county battle

FRONT ROYAL -- Early on Tuesday night in what eventually became a 3-1 (25-23, 22-25, 25-19, 25-10) win for Skyline, it was anybody's volleyball match, as the Hawks and their cross-county rival, the Warren County Wildcats, split the first two sets of their non-district volleyball match. 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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The real deal: 'Cats blank Colonels to stay perfect

WINCHESTER -- As the finals seconds ticked off the clock, the Warren County crowd started chanting 'Four-and-0.' Senior Damien Caison couldn't help but smile proudly as he heard the chants after the Wildcats' 19-0 win over James Wood on Friday. comments

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Colonels aim to slow high-powered Wildcats

WINCHESTER -- Something will have to give when Warren County and James Wood meet tonight at 7 p.m. in Winchester. comments

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Here's the situation: Wildcats' Perry Thrives as defensive end

FRONT ROYAL -- He's known simply as "The Situation." No, not that "Situation," the one whose defined six-pack charmed so many viewers on MTV's hit show "Jersey Shore." comments

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Warren unveils air attack in win

PURCELLVILLE -- For the first time this season, Gage Steele didn't rush for over 200 yards in a football game. But it didn't really matter, as Warren County quarterback Tyler Post made up for that by throwing for 150 yards to lead the Wildcats to a convincing 28-7 win Friday at Woodgrove. comments

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Falcons out-serve Wildcats in victory

WOODSTOCK -- If they had been playing cards Tuesday, the Central Falcons would have been tossed out of the casino for stacking the deck. comments

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Steele, Wildcats run over Huskies

FRONT ROYAL -- Friday night's non-district football game turned into a battle of running backs, and Warren County's Gage Steele got the best of it, leading his Wildcats to a decisive 33-19 win over Tuscarora at Warren County High School. comments

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