FAIRFAX — Over the years, countless wrestlers have laid down on their backs at night in their beds and, before drifting off to sleep, imagined what it would it take to win a state championship.

The area’s six local high schools are sending 37 wrestlers to compete in the Virginia High School League state tournaments across Class 1 through 4 starting this afternoon. Of those 37, 22 have qualified for the state championships in seasons past and 13 have earned state placement in their …

The swimming state championships are being held today and Friday in Richmond and there are plenty of local swimmers vying for titles.

STEPHENS CITY — Two weeks shy of a full year since JoJo Doleman announced on social media that he’d received his first NCAA Division I offer from Marshall University, the Sherando senior linebacker made official his commitment to play football next season for the Thundering Herd.

STEPHENS CITY - George Gibson played on Sherando’s junior varsity squad both his freshman and sophomore years and the last two years it’s paid off in a big way for him and the Warriors.

STEPHENS CITY – Making the move from junior varsity to a varsity starter in one season can be overwhelming for most players, but it didn’t faze Ashton Clark.

STEPHENS CITY – Less than a week after holding off two comeback bids en route to winning the Ram Hardwood Classic, Skyline’s boys basketball team nearly pulled off a miraculous one of its own in its first contest of the new year.

STEPHENS CITY — The first two weeks of the regular season have been about getting up to speed for Sherando’s boys basketball team, which got a late start due to the postseason success of the school’s football program. Wednesday’s win over Brentsville showed off the strides the Warriors have …