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Saturday's results

Last week Strasburg’s boys cross country team won its first-ever regional title. Today, they are looking to bring even more hardware back to Strasburg.

Skyline freshman Ava Bordner is having a stellar season and today she looks to cap it off in a big way. Bordner is one of the area runners running in the girls Cross Country State Championships.

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FRONT ROYAL — D.J. Staton had almost made up his mind about where he wanted to go to college, but decided to give the University of South Carolina-Upstate a look. The decision proved to be a big one for the Warren County senior.

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FRONT ROYAL — This week should have been a week to remember for Warren County’s football team. After Monday, it may be one to remember for all the wrong reasons.

FRONT ROYAL - Skyline overcame a slow start and pounded cross-town rival Warren County 39-8 in both teams regular season finale.

WOODSTOCK — Warren County coach Mike Tanner couldn’t have asked for much more from his girls squad on Tuesday. The Wildcats put on a strong showing at the Region 3B Cross Country Championships, but ultimately came up just short.

WOODSTOCK — Central’s Chase Rimel and Warren County’s D.J. Staton didn’t get the team result they were hoping for but both did well enough individually.

FRONT ROYAL — During Central’s three-game losing streak, head football coach Mike Yew has been preaching to his team to finish drives. On Friday night Yew got exactly what he wanted.

It’s been a while — 2015 — since Central and Warren County have played each other in football, but tonight could be the start of a big Class 3 Northwestern District rivalry when the two teams meet in Front Royal.

FRONT ROYAL — There’s a lot of fight in Front Royal. Warren County’s volleyball team showed it Oct. 8 when the Wildcats beat Skyline on the road in 3 sets. Wednesday night the Hawks got their revenge, besting the Wildcats on their senior night, 26-24, 25-16, 26-24.

FRONT ROYAL — Warren County football coach Brian Bush said it wasn’t for lack of effort, but the Wildcats came up short against William Monroe on their homecoming night.

WINCHESTER – Asked about the thoughts that run through his head when he reflects on a college football career at Shenandoah University that is starting to wind down, Casey Stewart cracked a smile and replied, “I could probably sit here and talk to you about it for a while.”

FRONT ROYAL – It’s a win that shows growth and improvement. The first time Warren County took on Manassas Park on the volleyball court this season the Wildcats won in five sets. On Thursday night, Warren County defeated the Cougars 25-19, 25-21, 25-17.

FRONT ROYAL — Warren County’s 47-35 loss to Brentsville last week dropped the Wildcats to 2-5 on the season with the high school football playoffs rapidly approaching. But head coach Brian Bush and the rest of his team left Nokesville with some things to build on.

WOODSTOCK – Shannon Vernick never had any doubt. Her team was down two sets to zero. They were playing in a noisy gym on the road, but the Warren County senior knew her team was capable of making the comeback.

FRONT ROYAL -- There were plenty of chances throughout Friday night’s football game against George Mason for Warren County to concede that it just wasn’t its night.

FRONT ROYAL — Given how tough Warren County’s first-half schedule was this football season, the Wildcats could rightfully feel that they’re entering the more winnable part of the season with the start of Class 3 Northwestern District play against George Mason tonight.