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STEPHENS CITY — While checking on a situation a few minutes after Tuesday's game, Sherando boys' soccer coach Pat Anderson made sure to pay James Wood senior midfielder/forward Jonathan Resendiz Trejo a compliment before he went back to the Warriors sideline.

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STEPHENS CITY — After getting one-hit in their first loss of the season on Monday, the Sherando High School hitters had a pretty good idea Tuesday’s game against James Wood wasn’t going to get any easier.

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WINCHESTER — Seeing that two pitchers with minuscule earned run averages were taking the mound as Sherando and Millbrook squared off for first place in the Class 4 Northwestern District, runs and hits figured to be hard to come by on Monday.

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In his first-ever appearance at the National High School Coaches Association wrestling nationals, Sherando High School junior Keagan Judd came in with the goal of winning at least three matches and possibly earning All-American honors by finishing in the top eight.

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STEPHENS CITY — Since being hired by the College of William & Mary in 2014, Alex Heacock has coached five All-American throwers and has had numerous other throwers keep the Tribe athletic department busy updating the school record book.

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Clarence Smith — Sherando's head softball coach since 2012 — has resigned in the midst of his 17th year working with the Warriors softball program.

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STEPHENS CITY — For a lot of 126-pound wrestlers in the state of Virginia, a match against Skyline junior Phoenix Alyea is probably the equivalent of a trip to the dentist — you know it has to be done, but the prospect of facing the Class 3 2021 state silver medalist and 2020 bronze medalist…

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STEPHENS CITY — With the way that Handley came out firing in the first quarter, it looked like Sherando was going to have a long night in the Class 4 Northwestern District boys’ semifinals on Tuesday.

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WARRENTON — After the third-place match at 285 pounds was completed, Region 4C wrestling tournament helpers immediately began moving things around to get ready for the championship finals on Saturday at Fauquier High School.

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WINCHESTER — The Shenandoah University baseball team won't have the services of injured Preseason All-America Colby Martin this year, but the Hornets certainly still have the talent — and some extra motivation — to remain one of the top programs in the country.

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STEPHENS CITY — No one would mistake what took place inside Sherando High School on Thursday as a dual meet, but the Warriors sure made it look like one at the end.

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STEPHENS CITY — In reflecting on last week's loss to Handley, Sherando senior forward Cody Crittenden said, "That never should have happened."

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WINCHESTER — Wednesday's wrestling competition at Handley's Maddex-Omps Gymnasium didn't feature the ideal number of teams, or the ideal starting lineups.

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With everything that happened in 2020, most people probably had a lot more things to be thankful for during this year's Thanksgiving holiday.

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ASHBURN — After starting the season 0-3, the Sherando football team had a tremendous finish, winning five of its last seven games to claim the fourth and final playoff spot out of the Class 4 Northwestern District.

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Sherando had one of its best offensive games of the season in falling 57-35 to Kettle Run last week.

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The sports staffs of The Northern Virginia Daily, The Winchester Star and The Warren Sentinel collaborated to create a football top 10 for the schools in the area. Each staffer voted, with 10 points being awarded to the top-ranked team, nine to the No. 2 team and so on. First-place votes are…

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STEPHENS CITY — Both Sherando and Kettle Run not only knew they had qualified for the playoffs long before Friday night’s football matchup with each other but also knew where they would finish in the Class 4 Northwestern District standings.

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The playoffs don't start until next week for the Sherando football team, but the Warriors should get a pretty good preview of the type of talent they'll face in the postseason tonight in a 7 p.m. kickoff at Arrowhead Stadium.

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The sports staffs of The Northern Virginia Daily, The Winchester Star and The Warren Sentinel collaborated to create a football top 10 for the schools in the area. Each staffer voted, with 10 points being awarded to the top-ranked team, nine to the No. 2 team and so on. First-place votes are…

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WARRENTON — Sherando High School quarterback Dylan Rodeffer went out with his fellow captains Friday for the coin toss at Fauquier just like he has the last three games since suffering a knee injury against Millbrook.

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After seeing its four-game winning streak come to an end against Handley, Sherando couldn't ask for a better situation coming out of its bye week.

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The sports staffs of The Northern Virginia Daily, The Winchester Star and The Warren Sentinel collaborated to create a football top 10 for the schools in the area. Each staffer voted, with 10 points being awarded to the top-ranked team, nine to the No. 2 team and so on. First-place votes are…

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WINCHESTER — Following last week's loss to Millbrook, James Wood volleyball coach Adrienne Patrick wanted to see improvement in her team's serving to close out the regular season.