FRONT ROYAL – Warren County’s defense held strong for over 25 minutes of Monday night’s contest with James Wood.

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FRONT ROYAL - For most of the game Warren County hung with undefeated Brentsville, but a few errors in the last two innings proved costly.

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FRONT ROYAL — When she was an eighth-grader Aimee Rich looked up to Warren County girls tennis standout and 2016 graduate Jayme Goode. Now three years later, Rich is playing in Goode’s spot and trying to be a role model for younger players as well.

FRONT ROYAL — Jackson Arnold could’ve been a little timid when he returned to the mound during the American Legion baseball season last summer and no one would’ve blamed him.

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STRASBURG — Warren County started off a little slow on Thursday night but once the bats came to life, everyone got in on the action

FRONT ROYAL – Warren County junior Isabella Unrath said Wednesday’s home game against Strasburg validated the progress the Wildcats’ girls soccer team feels its been making early this season.

FRONT ROYAL — Warren County junior Caleb Heflin spent the first five games of the baseball season in a relief role for the Wildcats. His performance in his first career varsity start may net him a few more opportunities beyond his bullpen role.

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 -- Warren County’s baseball team enjoyed a strong start to 2019, toppling Millbrook, a regular contender in the Class 4 Northwestern District, in the season opener and picking up back-to-back wins over Rappahannock County. The Wildcats ran into a Sherando team enjoying its own wa…

FRONT ROYAL — Warren County softball coach Ted McDaniel said he’s never seen a team battle quite like the Wildcats have done through their first three games of the season. That resolve to stick with it showed up on Wednesday night.

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.

The area’s six local high schools are sending 37 wrestlers to compete in the Virginia High School League state tournaments across Class 1 through 4 starting this afternoon. Of those 37, 22 have qualified for the state championships in seasons past and 13 have earned state placement in their …