NEW MARKET – Once again one inning proved costly for New Market on Tuesday night.
It took a few days, but New Market advanced to the Rockingham County Baseball League semifinals.
Things looked bleak for New Market early in its game with Elkton on Tuesday night.
New Market’s recent playoff struggles continued on Sunday.
New Market moved to within a game of first place on Wednesday with a 4-0 road victory over Montezuma in Rockingham County Baseball League action.
The New Market Shockers still have a shot at a regular-season title, but their biggest concern is just peaking at the right time for the upcoming playoffs in the Rockingham County Baseball League.
New Market used a six-run eighth inning to pull out a 13-7 victory over Elkton on Monday night in Rockingham County Baseball League action.
New Market fell on the road to Broadway, 12-2, on Sunday in Rockingham County Baseball League action.
New Market continued its hot streak on Saturday night.
New Market Shockers head coach Nolan Potts believed going into the season that pitching would be his team's strong suit and through three games that has proven true.
New Market started off slow and couldn’t recover in a 15-3 home loss to Broadway on Sunday in Rockingham County Baseball League action.
The New Market Shockers started their Rockingham County Baseball league season off with a 5-3 victory over Elkton on Saturday night at Rebel Park in New Market.
With the Valley Baseball League canceling its season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Rockingham County Baseball League has a chance to take center stage this summer.
The New Market Rebels, of the Valley Baseball League, may not be playing at Rebel Park but there will be baseball there this summer.
Former Major League pitcher Rick Croushore stopped in Harrisonburg last year to check about the possibility of being a volunteer coach with the James Madison baseball program.
There may not be any Valley Baseball League games this season but there’s still plenty for fans to watch on the VBL’s YouTube page.
The outside basketball court at Lord Fairfax Community College has been the site of some intense one-on-one basketball lately.
John Borst has been patiently waiting for his chance and this season he finally got it.
Bekah Ansbro is hoping her final year of softball gets a reprieve.
Isaiah Allen knew it was coming, but that didn't make it any easier when the official announcement happened.
Many local athletes competed and had success in this past weekend's Old Dominion Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships held in Roanoke.
Shenandoah University senior forward Jordan Sondrol goes up for a shot as Randolph-Macon's Devan Conrad defends during an ODAC women's basketball game on Feb. 18 in Ashland. SU and R-MC meet in the ODAC tournament quarterfinals on Thursday at the Salem Civic Center.
John Borst (Sherando ’17) continues to have a solid season for Virginia Tech’s wrestling program.
Sherando graduate Brogan McPartland (81) led the Ivy League in sacks with 9.5 in seven games his senior year. The first team All-Ivy League defensive end was also a second team Academic All-American.
Sherando graduate Brogan McPartland earned team MVP honors as Harvard University senior defensive end.
Plenty of events shaped the area’s sports landscape outside of the high school scene in 2019.
STEPHENS CITY – Blake Conner wanted to go to Shepherd University in West Virginia and when the school made her a scholarship offer, she got her wish.
Lauren Sims (Skyline ’19) is off to a good start in her collegiate women’s golf career at Christopher Newport University.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – Just as quickly as Chattanooga showed it could hang, D’Angelo Amos dashed the Mocs’ hopes of an upset.
One visit is all it took for Chase Hart to know where he belonged.
A postseason to remember will continue for the Shenandoah University baseball team.
George Mason swept the Atlantic 10 Men’s and Women’s Track and field Championships over the weekend, and Davina Lane (Sherando ’17) played a role in the victory.
FRONT ROYAL — Warren County’s Keegan Brade and Ronnie Dodson achieved life-long dreams on Thursday.
Bekah Ansbro (Central ’16) was named the Atlantic 10 Softball Pitcher of the Week on Monday for the second time this season.
A quartet of local athletes are making an impact on Eastern Mennonite University’s track and field program this season.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Now that, Virginia, is the way to close out a season.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — The final seconds ticked down and the celebration began for Virginia Tech. The more than half-century wait for a return to the Sweet 16 was finally over.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Virginia coach Tony Bennett made a last-minute change in his starting lineup and the top-seeded Cavaliers finally breezed through an NCAA Tournament game to make their first Sweet 16 in three years.
Shenandoah junior forward Jordan Sondrol (right), an All-ODAC selection as a sophomore, is one of 17 players who could be back for next year's team.
WINCHESTER — When the Shenandoah University women's basketball team takes the floor today in Center Valley, Pennsylvania, for the program's first NCAA Division III Tournament game in 19 years, it will do so with the knowledge that its opponent has plenty of offensive firepower.
Grant Golden is continuing his strong season for the University of Richmond’s men’s basketball team.
WOODSTOCK — Declan Franklin has known for quite a while where he wanted to attend college and recently the Central senior got his wish.
Rasir Bolton (MMA post-grad ’18) is having a great freshman season for Penn State University.
Nichole Rittgers (Warren County ’18) is having a solid freshman season at Covenant College, located in Lookout Mountain, Georgia, this year.
Middletown natives Grant and Bryce Golden are both playing for Division 1 college basketball teams this season and helping their teams succeed.
Concord University is off to a solid start, and Tamra Scott (Central ’17) is playing a key role in the team’s success.
Lenoir-Rhyne University is playing in the NCAA Division II Super Region 2 football finals this weekend and Ronnie Clifton (Skyline ’15) has played a big role in the team’s success.
The University of Pittsburgh’s football team is in first place in the Coastal Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference, and George Aston (Sherando ’14) has played a key role in the team’s success.