QUICKSBURG – Stonewall Jackson’s 55-8 loss to Central last week was just the latest in a streak of 39 straight for the Generals’ football team, and for head coach Pete Lampman, it was probably the most disappointing he’s experienced in his three-plus years at the helm.

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QUICKSBURG -- Eli and Annika Dellinger have always enjoyed listening to podcasts, so last year the sisters decided to start one of their own.

BASYE – Strasburg’s golf team brought the Shenandoah County golf tournament trophy with them to Wednesday’s meet and they left with it still in their possession.

QUICKSBURG – Stonewall Jackson's football team has suffered through three straight years of winless seasons, but there's a reason for optimism at the school this year.

QUICKSBURG – When new Stonewall Jackson head golf coach Brady Kibler met with his players over the summer, he had an idea of what types of goals he wanted the Generals to meet in his first season at the helm in 2019. But he also wanted to know what goals the players themselves were targeting.

QUICKSBURG – With a strong nucleus of players returning from last season, Stonewall Jackson came into Monday’s first football practice full of excitement.

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.

Central and Strasburg high schools saw a pair of long-tenured boys soccer coaches depart, while Stonewall Jackson Athletic Director Mike Lenox had to fill five varsity head coaching vacancies as part of the coaching turnover between the 2018-19 and 2019-20 school years.

The newest Virginia High School League realignment plan brought changes to the landscape of the Bull Run and Northwestern districts and the regions in which the six public high schools in the Northern Virginia Daily’s coverage area will compete for the next few years. It will also alter the …

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).