STEPHENS CITY — Skyline boys soccer coach Steve Carey said the Hawks talked in pregame about owning the first 20 minutes of Monday’s match against Sherando. It took all of 70 seconds for the Warriors to take control in what would end in a 6-1 Warrior victory.

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FRONT ROYAL -- Kayle Taylor didn’t play in the starting lineup much at all on Skyline’s girls tennis squad her first two years, but she did play exhibition matches for the Hawks and that playing time proved valuable.

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FRONT ROYAL – Coming off a disappointing loss on Monday to Moorefield, Strasburg’s baseball team got the complete team-effort they were looking for on Wednesday.

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FRONT ROYAL — Skyline faced a solid James Wood girls soccer squad on Monday night and despite a loss had plenty of reasons to feel good about its performance.

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WOODSTOCK — Confidence is a valuable thing to have. Skyline’s softball team was proof of that on Friday night.

STRASBURG – It’s early in the outdoor track and field season, but Sherando senior sprinter Kaitlyn Roberts already has high expectations for the Warriors’ girls team in 2019, ones that include winning a Northwestern District title.

FRONT ROYAL — Skyline had trouble defensively on Tuesday night and it led to a lopsided loss.

FRONT ROYAL -- When Kyle Symons was announced as Skyline’s new wrestling coach last June, he said at the time that he was stepping into a program that was, from a structural and proven-talent standpoint, already built for success. After just one face-to-face interaction with his new wrestler…

FRONT ROYAL — After coming close to the ultimate goal of winning a state title last year, Skyline’s softball team has its sights set on a return trip to the state tournament.

SALEM — Skyline first-year wrestling coach Kyle Symons said he and the rest of his coaching staff laid out two primary goals for the Virginia High School League Class 3 state tournament at the start of the season.

FRONT ROYAL – A season that began with promise before taking a disappointing turn featured a feel-good ending for Skyline’s boys basketball team.