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WOODSTOCK — Strasburg junior point guard Nyla Sperry admitted after Thursday’s win over Central that the Rams hadn’t played their best basketball last week, during which they dropped three straight games to fall below .500. They needed a get-right game, and they got one against their county rivals.

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STRASBURG – Strasburg endured a couple of Rappahannock County runs in the first half to go into intermission trailing by just 3 points during Monday’s Bull Run District boys basketball contest, but the Rams couldn’t find the offense to keep pace with the Panthers over the final two periods a…

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STRASBURG – On a night in which Strasburg’s girls basketball team could find little success offensively, the Rams were fortunate that Luray was even worse off trying to generate offense in the first half of their contest Wednesday night. Then the Bulldogs’ shots started falling.

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WOODSTOCK — Skyline breezed through the competition on Tuesday night in a quad wrestling meet held at Central.

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Strasburg’s girls basketball team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 54-42 Bull Run District victory over Rappahannock County on Wednesday in Washington, Virginia.

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FRONT ROYAL — What’s sure to be an interesting road back to the Virginia High School League state wrestling tournament began in earnest for Skyline’s wrestling team on Wednesday, and a Hawks team with aspirations of yet again contending for a Class 3 state title began with a good first step.

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Strasburg’s wrestling team exceeded even the expectations of then first-year coach Daniel Reynolds last season when the Rams finished as the Virginia High School League state runner-up in Class 2 for the first time in three years. There are challenges aplenty ahead of the Rams as they enter …

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STRASBURG – Strasburg’s boys basketball team lost a lot of players to graduation, but they still have plenty of reasons to feel good about this season.

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The Virginia High School League has backtracked on last week’s announcement that student-athletes in certain sports would be required to wear masks at all times during games and practices as a way to limit the spread of COVID-19.

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High school student-athletes in certain sports will be required to wear masks at all times, even during competition, according to an announcement from the Virginia High School League on Thursday night.

Count Central girls basketball coach Bryan Scott among those who felt fortunate to simply have the opportunity to step onto a basketball court in an official capacity on Monday afternoon.

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When Gov. Ralph Northam announced tighter restrictions last month in response to the rise in COVID-19 numbers that imposed a 25-spectator maximum on upcoming high school sporting events, athletic directors were sent scrambling trying to figure out how they would determine who would be allowe…

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While some neighboring public school divisions have opted to delay or outright cancel their high school winter sports seasons as cases of COVID-19 continue to surge, Shenandoah and Warren County Public Schools divisions remain committed to starting athletic competition this month.

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The high school sports season is scheduled to start Dec. 21, but due to Gov. Ralph Northam’s latest guidelines on COVID-19, only 25 spectators will be allowed at each game. That has area schools scrambling to figure out ways to broadcast games to local fans.

STRASBURG – While the COVID-19 pandemic has been tough for everyone, Strasburg Athletic Director Matt Hiserman was able to turn a bad situation into a positive one.

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The Virginia High School League is looking into the possibility of changing the number of classifications starting with the 2023-2024 high school season.

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This week marks the end of our Flashback Friday series, in which we took a look back at historical football teams from the five public high schools in Shenandoah and Warren counties. To conclude the series, we’ll shift gears from our glimpse into the past and instead look ahead to what is (h…