The high school football season is fast approaching and there are many changes in this year’s schedule. Due to the Virginia High School League realignment, there will be a lot of new match-ups in and out of the district.
In November, Hunter Entsminger signed his national letter of intent to play baseball at James Madison University during the 2019-20 school year. The Sherando senior said at the time that the signing was a weight off his shoulders as he solidified his college home for the next four years but …
Ty Waits, Sherando: The junior was 10th in the Class 4 800 (1:57.63). Waits helped lead Sherando to a tie for seventh place in the Class 4 state meet.
Sabrina Wilkins, Skyline: The junior was fourth in the Class 3 state meet in the 800 (2:22.30). Wilkins finished second in the Region 3B 800 (2:21.53).
STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando coach Garland Williams was looking to do something a little different so when the boys tennis job came open last summer, he jumped at the opportunity.
STEPHENS CITY -- Tennis has always been a big sport in Parker Gregg’s family and the Sherando junior has certainly kept the family tradition going.
All-State Class 4 Baseball team
All-Region 4C Girls Soccer team
All-Region 4C Boys Soccer team
All-Region 4C Softball team
All-Region 4C Baseball team
Sherando freshman Ella Carlson prepares to unleash the discus on her throw of 119 feet, 7 inches that earned her second place on Friday at the Class 4 state track and field meet at Liberty University in Lynchburg.
Sherando senior Isaiah Allen prepares to let the shot fly on the toss that broke a Class 4 state meet shot put record on Friday at the Class 4 state track and field meet at Liberty University in Lynchburg. Allen’s personal-record and title-winning throw went 62 feet, 5.5 inches.
Class 4 All-Northwestern District Girls Soccer team
Player of the Year: Kris Schulte, Kettle Run
Player of the Year: Ivy Rosenberry, James Wood
STEPHENS CITY — A couple of Sherando players picked a pretty good time to score their first goals of the year Friday night.
Sherando goalkeeper Spencer Scott deflects the ball from the goal during a recent practice in Sherando Park. Scott has posted 17 shutouts, including five this year, in his three years as the Warriors’ starting goalkeeper.
Sherando goalkeeper Spencer Scott, on the ground, laughs with teammates including Michael Leckie, second from left, after thwarting their goal attempt during a recent practice in Sherando Park. The two-time all-region selection has helped the Warriors earn the Class 4 Northwestern District r…
Sherando goalkeeper Spencer Scott puts the ball in play during a recent practice in Sherando Park.
James Wood players poured out of the dugout to congratulate Rebecca Boone, right, after her first-inning grand slam gave the Colonels a 4-0 lead against Sherando at Ridge Field Wednesday. James Wood went on to win 8-2 to claim the Class 4 Northwestern District regular-season title and an aut…
Sherando’s Sierra Strosnider runs to first after hitting a ground ball in the first inning of Wednesday’s game against James Wood at Ridge Field. Strosnider reached on an error in the 8-2 loss.
WINCHESTER – This season hasn’t gone quite the way Sherando senior Alexa Venturato wanted it to, but she’s ending it on a strong note.
CULPEPER – Darius Lane got some Northwestern District hardware to add to the family trophy case on Monday.
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.
STEPHENS CITY – Sierra Strosnider did a little bit of everything for Sherando on Wednesday.
STEPHENS CITY – Rachel Sirbaugh has been struggling at the plate this season, but she may have found her groove on Monday night.