Class 4 All-Northwestern District Girls Basketball team
Class 4 All-Northwestern District Boys Basketball team
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.
WINCHESTER — This time, the last-second thriller went to Sherando.
LEESBURG — Different week, similar results.
STEPHENS CITY – Sherando’s wrestling team can put aside any aspirations for winning a team trophy at today’s Region 4C tournament at Heritage High School in Leesburg.
District tournament play begins today throughout the area, and each tourney looks to be competitive and entertaining.
Much is at stake for Central’s girls basketball team tonight.
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.
Nichole Rittgers (Warren County ’18) is having a solid freshman season at Covenant College, located in Lookout Mountain, Georgia, this year.
STEPHENS CITY – Sherando’s recent struggles continued on Tuesday night.
Middletown natives Grant and Bryce Golden are both playing for Division 1 college basketball teams this season and helping their teams succeed.
STEPHENS CITY -- It’ll probably go down as one of the most rewarding individual losses of Isaiah Holloway’s high school wrestling career.
Concord University is off to a solid start, and Tamra Scott (Central ’17) is playing a key role in the team’s success.
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.
Offensive Player of the Year: Graham Walker, Woodgrove
A trio of Skyline wrestlers claimed gold and the Hawks took home the team title at the 11-team Mayhem at Millbrook tournament on Saturday.
STEPHENS CITY – The way the last week had gone, Skyline’s girls basketball team would’ve taken a win any way it could get it on Wednesday night. Luckily for the Hawks, they ran into a Sherando squad that is hurting for points just as much as they are.
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.
Whether it was a quarterback lighting up the stat sheet, teams enjoying playoff success, pitchers getting drafted or new faces taking over key positions, a lot happened in the local college athletics landscape in 2018.
It was another successful high school sports season in 2018 filled with state qualifying teams and individuals, coaching changes, retirements and even a field dedication to a former coach.
STEPHENS CITY – Hunter Entsminger didn’t care if he had to play through pain, he wasn’t going to let an injury stop him.
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 …