STRASBURG – Justin Day was able to keep his composure on the mound Thursday.
FRONT ROYAL – Savannah Haffer had been in a slump for Warren County’s softball team but on Wednesday night she came out of it at just the right time.
Bekah Ansbro (Central ’16) was named the Atlantic 10 Softball Pitcher of the Week on Monday for the second time this season.
STEPHENS CITY – Tucker Myers has steadily made his way up Sherando’s boys tennis lineup.
STEPHENS CITY – It was a typical Sherando-Handley boys soccer game on Tuesday night.
FRONT ROYAL — Bailey Grant has been dreaming of running for a Division 1 school since he started high school. On Wednesday, his dream officially came true.
Shenandoah County Parks and Recreation Department
FRONT ROYAL – Warren County’s defense held strong for over 25 minutes of Monday night’s contest with James Wood.
QUICKSBURG — What started out as family bonding turned into a love of the game for Leigha Kagey.
STEPHENS CITY — Jessica Poole knew right away Alderson Broaddus University was the place for her.
STEPHENS CITY — Sherando girls soccer coach Rob Kilmer has been waiting all season to see his team play up to its potential, and on Thursday night they delivered.
WOODSTOCK – Even though the match ended with the same result, Central’s girls soccer team was pleased with the improvements they saw on Wednesday night.
A quartet of local athletes are making an impact on Eastern Mennonite University’s track and field program this season.
FRONT ROYAL - For most of the game Warren County hung with undefeated Brentsville, but a few errors in the last two innings proved costly.
FRONT ROYAL — When she was an eighth-grader Aimee Rich looked up to Warren County girls tennis standout and 2016 graduate Jayme Goode. Now three years later, Rich is playing in Goode’s spot and trying to be a role model for younger players as well.
STRASBURG — Momentum played a big part in Strasburg’s baseball win over Stonewall Jackson on Monday.
FRONT ROYAL -- Kayle Taylor didn’t play in the starting lineup much at all on Skyline’s girls tennis squad her first two years, but she did play exhibition matches for the Hawks and that playing time proved valuable.
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WOODSTOCK – Tycara Scott picked the perfect way to end her track career at home.
Gavin Kandrick (Skyline ’17) is having a strong season for Roanoke College’s baseball team this year.
FRONT ROYAL – Coming off a disappointing loss on Monday to Moorefield, Strasburg’s baseball team got the complete team-effort they were looking for on Wednesday.
STEPHENS CITY — Maddy Woolever was scared to play in the starting lineup for Sherando’s tennis team as a freshman. She begged coach Trevor Johnson not to move her into a starting spot. He did and it’s a move that has paid big dividends ever since.
NEW MARKET — At times this season Stonewall Jackson’s baseball team has had trouble keeping its head up when it was down. On Tuesday, night the youthful Generals showed some growth.
FRONT ROYAL — Skyline faced a solid James Wood girls soccer squad on Monday night and despite a loss had plenty of reasons to feel good about its performance.
WOODSTOCK — Mikayla Helsley is just a natural in the 300-meter hurdles.
WOODSTOCK — Confidence is a valuable thing to have. Skyline’s softball team was proof of that on Friday night.
WOODSTOCK – Jacob Scibelli started playing tennis as a freshman to help him improve as a wrestler. Three years later, Scibelli is Central’s top tennis player.
NEW MARKET- Playing against the reigning Class 1 state champions, Stonewall Jackson needed to play at a high level on Tuesday night. However, that did not happen for two dismal innings.
Davina Lane (Sherando ’17) is off to another strong start to her outdoor track season at George Mason University.
Class 1 All-State Girls Basketball team
Bekah Ansbro (Central ’16) pitched her first collegiate no-hitter for George Mason University’s softball team on March 9 in a 1-0 victory over Lafayette College.
FRONT ROYAL — Skyline had trouble defensively on Tuesday night and it led to a lopsided loss.