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Gregg helps Warriors advance to regionals

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FRONT ROYAL - Sherando needed someone to step up on Tuesday in the Class 4 Northwestern District golf tournament and Parker Gregg did just that. The junior shot an 80 to help lead the Warriors into regionals. Sherando finished third in the Class 4 Northwestern District tourney, which was held ...

Prep scores: Sept. 19

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Wednesday's results Boys cross country Rappahannock County, Luray at Central Team results: 1. Central 21, Luray 40, 3. Rappahannock County 76. Individual results: Central: Dylan Summitt (First, 18:07), Shawn Purdy (Second, 18:16), Anthony Piselli (Fifth, 19:47), Landon George (Sixth, ...

Craig Murto: Scott Dixon among the greats

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Scott Dixon rightfully takes his place among the greats in IndyCar racing. On Sunday he raced to his fifth IndyCar championship, tying a record set five decades ago by A.J. Foyt. The 38-year-old racer finished second on the road course in Sonoma, Calif., to Ryan Hunter-Reay, but it was enough ...

Generals win first volleyball match in three years

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QUICKSBURG - The moment Stonewall Jackson had been waiting for finally came on Monday night. The Generals knocked off Shenandoah County rival Central in five sets for their first volleyball victory in three years. Stonewall Jackson senior Israel Blank was on the team in 2015 when they had ...

Falcons showing improvement as season goes on

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QUICKSBURG - Central may have suffered a loss on Monday night against Stonewall Jackson, but the Falcons still have a lot to be positive about. Central entered this week having won two of its last three matches, and coach Alyssa Bane said that she was happy with how her team played on Monday ...

On Campus Notebook: Rivers making impact at Virginia Tech

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Dylan Rivers (Sherando '17) is off to a great start for Virginia Tech's football team this season. The sophomore linebacker is third on the team with eight total tackles for the Hokies. He started in both games. Rivers has five solo tackles and three assists. All five solo tackles came in the ...

Prep scores: Sept. 18

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Tuesday’s results Golf Class 4 Northwestern District Tournament At Shenandoah Valley Golf Club, Par 71 Team scores (Top 3 teams qualify for regionals): 1 tie. Fauquier 315, 1 tie. Kettle Run 315, 3. Sherando 330, 4. James Wood 336, 5. Handley 339, 6. Millbrook 366, 7. Liberty 385. Top 6 ...

Big plays, missed chances burn Hornets against Hobart

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WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football game against Hobart College was overflowing with offense on Saturday night, but it was the missed scoring chances that loomed large for the Hornets. Shenandoah piled up 575 yards in a shootout with the Statesmen while senior quarterback ...

Wallace the most recent SU receiver to shine in loss to Statesmen

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WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s up-tempo, pass-heavy offense necessitates depth at the receiver position, and the Hornets are best when quarterback Hayden Bauserman has plenty of targets at his disposal. Jake Wallace took his turn Saturday night as the star QB’s go-to guy. Wallace, ...

Shenandoah Downs

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Shenandoah Downs Results Saturday, Sept 15 1st - $4,000 Trot 2:03.0 1-Zyura Bi (Ty Shehan) 24.00 4.00 4-Jefferson County (Co Kreiser) 3.40 2-Prince Of Broadway (Ro Plante Jr) $1 Exacta Wagering (1-4) $37.80 Scratched: Bossy Hilly 2nd - $4,000 Trot 2:01.2 3-Stormont Dundas (Ro Plante ...

Prep scores: Sept. 17

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Monday’s results Volleyball Stonewall Jackson 3, Central 2 (25-16, 25-27, 25-20, 21-25, 15-9) Leaders: Stonewall Jackson: Israel Blank 10 kills, 2 blocks, 2 aces; Maria Knauff 10 kills, 1 block; Alexis Franklin 7 kills, 3 aces. Central: Caitlin Hottle 10 kills, 3 aces; Ella Toothman 10 ...

Gerald Almy: Hunt cornfields for early season bears

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The start of a new early rifle season has increased interest in bear hunting among Shenandoah Valley hunters. But bow hunters have always been on the lookout for a sleek-furred bruin in October when their seasons open. Whether you’re hunting with a gun or bow, though, finding the food is ...

Hornets figure to get preview of ODAC play vs. Hobart

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WINCHESTER – Shenandoah University’s football team doesn’t start Old Dominion Athletic Conference play for another two weeks, but the Hornets figure they’ll get a pretty good preview tonight of what lies ahead of them. Hobart College makes its first trip to Shentel Stadium for ...

Versatility key for Central’s Spitler

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WOODSTOCK - Christian Spitler does a little bit of everything for Central’s football team. The senior plays three different positions on defense and sometimes multiple positions on offense as well. Spitler said he loves the challenges of playing different positions on the field, especially ...

Rams dominate winless Panthers

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WASHINGTON, Va. - Strasburg’s football team accomplished all of the main things they were looking to do on Wednesday night. The Rams dominated winless Rappahannock County from start to finish in a 54-6 non-district victory. The game was moved to Wednesday night due to the forecasted ...

Luray thumps Stonewall, but Generals’ Lampman sees progress

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QUICKSBURG – The final score didn’t show it, but Stonewall Jackson head football coach Pete Lampman said following his team’s lopsided loss to Luray on Thursday night that the Generals are seeing progress. The visiting Bulldogs scored touchdowns on offense, defense and special teams and ...

Generals eager to start cross country season

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QUICKSBURG - Stonewall Jackson hasn’t been able to start its cross country season yet, but once the Generals get started they should have a strong season. Stonewall Jackson coach Mary Clanahan said that not only have the Generals not run at any meets, but they’ve also had to practice ...

Toms Brook woman wins $525 in national football contest

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As the opening week of the 2018 NFL was good for many teams, it was also a good week for football fan Dorrie Keller, of Toms Brook. Keller was the national winner during the first week of the “Power Points” football contest, which runs in the Northern Virginia Daily. Keller took the top ...

Turnovers, Curry sink Hawks in loss to Judges

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WINCHESTER - Skyline hung with Handley for the majority of the game, but the play of the Judges’ Kevin Curry and five Hawk turnovers was too much to overcome. Curry helped lead Handley to a 35-0 non-district football victory over the Hawks on Thursday afternoon. The game was originally ...