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The positives were the heart and resiliency the Falcons showed, despite giving up two first half goals. The negatives were the lack of possession and offensive chances Central’s boys soccer team generated. That was Coach John Trelawny’s assessment of his team’s 3-0 loss to William Monroe at home.

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In what Shenandoah University head coach Kevin Anderson said was a testament to the depth of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference, underdogs knocked off the higher seeds in two of the four first-round series of the ODAC tournament last weekend. The Hornets are hoping they aren’t a similar up…

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Senior nights have a special significance this spring. One year ago the COVID-19 pandemic took the opportunity to compete away from virtually every spring sports team. This season many teams aren’t waiting until their final home regular season game to honor their seniors. That’s why Stonewal…

One of the most crucial needs for bucks over the age of 2 is a safe area where they can rest and feel secure. If they don’t have one on or near the land you hunt, odds are they will find one somewhere else when the hunting pressure builds.

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Central’s girl soccer team is young. The Falcons have just three seniors and seven of the team’s 18 players are only in ninth grade. Despite the shortened practice schedule and the team’s youth, Central was able to pick up its first win of the season Thursday night, beating Manassas Park 4-1.