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FRONT ROYAL — Skyline had trouble defensively on Tuesday night and it led to a lopsided loss.

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STEPHENS CITY — Isaiah Allen has discovered over the years that in order to be successful at both the discus and the shot put you almost have to have a split personality. This season he’s hoping to be able to handle both personalities well and achieve the ultimate goal — two state titles.

WOODSTOCK — Central had to overcome some adversity on Tuesday night and despite a loss coach, Ted Poor was pleased with his team’s effort.

STRASBURG - Strasburg swim coach Ina Rae Crisman knew she would have a young and strong team this season, but she did not envision the type of success the Rams would end up having.

FRONT ROYAL — After coming close to the ultimate goal of winning a state title last year, Skyline’s softball team has its sights set on a return trip to the state tournament.

QUICKSBURG – Stonewall Jackson had a stellar girls soccer season last year. Even though they lost a few key pieces, the youthful Generals have good reason to have high hopes for the upcoming season.

STEPHENS CITY — Last year Sherando’s girls soccer team was one win shy of a Class 4 state berth. With a strong nucleus returning, the Warriors have good reason to believe they can have another stellar season.

STEPHENS CITY- Sherando’s softball team lost a trio of standouts to graduation, but the Warriors still have plenty of reasons to be excited about the upcoming season.

WOODSTOCK - Mariam Traore wants to play Division 1 college basketball and get an education and her path to that dream has led her to Massanutten Military Academy.