High school athletic departments across the state have an official roadmap to follow for the 2020-21 school year.
The Virginia High School League is expected to approve it’s “Championships +1” schedule for the 2020-21 sports season today at an VHSL Executive Committee meeting.
The Virginia High School League moved its special Executive Committee meeting from Thursday to Sept. 17.
The high school football season was supposed to start tonight but instead, stadiums across the area will be empty.
The Friday night lights will remain dark this fall, but in the absence of high school football, we’re going to take a trip into the past.
Football workouts have been going on for over a month now and already players are seeing signs of success.
If the high school sports season can start in December it may be able to wiggle its way through the COVID-19 pandemic, but winter weather could still cause some issues.
The Virginia High School League announced a draft for the upcoming high school sports season on Monday, which includes moving the start of the basketball and football seasons up by a week.
With Monday’s decision by the Virginia High School League to push the sports year back to December, athletic directors can move forward with trying to figure out how things will work. However, there are still a lot of questions that will need to be answered before sports can start.
The Virginia High School League Executive Committee on Monday morning adopted a reopening plan for high school athletics that delays the start date for all sports until mid-December and condenses the fall, winter and spring seasons.
The Virginia High School League’s decision Monday to push sports back to December wasn’t a surprise to area athletic directors.
The Virginia High School League Executive Committee will meet this morning to decide what to do with high school sports in the fall.
High school athletic offseason workouts resumed over the last two weeks throughout the area and so far things have been running smoothly.
The Virginia High School League will vote on Monday to make a decision about fall sports. One of the three options is to flip fall and spring sports.
Though hardly a shocking revelation for coaches, players and fans, Wednesday’s news that high school football almost surely won’t happen in Virginia this fall is a disappointing reality for those invested in the sport.
Virginia High School League Executive Director Billy Haun unveiled three models for reopening high school activities in the state during a special-called Executive Committee meeting on Wednesday morning, giving member schools their first real glimpse at the potential landscape of high school…
The Virginia High School League’s Executive Committee is scheduled to meet to discuss fall sports this morning, and though a final decision on whether or not to hold a fall season during the COVID-19 pandemic likely won’t be made, local athletic directors and coaches are hoping the meeting a…
FRONT ROYAL – In any other year, Monday’s offseason football workouts at Skyline and Warren County high schools would’ve been standard practice, and likely would’ve even felt like a step back from the typical grind during a time when many teams would have already taken part in 7-on-7 competi…
Some local high school athletes will be back at their schools next week to resume offseason workouts.
High school sports are on hold for at least a little while longer.
The Virginia High School League announced Thursday that fall schedules for athletics and activities will be delayed.
There likely will be no decision about fall sports today at the Virginia High School League’s Executive Committee meeting but there will be plenty to discuss.
It is undecided as to exactly when high school athletes will start offseason workouts, though athletic directors in Shenandoah and Warren county schools are hopeful they can be back as soon as July 6.
No head coach in the area has been put in a tougher situation than Warren County football coach Jerry Sarchet.
The Virginia High School League announced on Thursday that it is reinstating out-of-season practice activities.
The New Market Rebels, of the Valley Baseball League, may not be playing at Rebel Park but there will be baseball there this summer.
The nine seniors on Warren County’s boys soccer team all brought something to the program.
The Virginia High School League sent out a news release Tuesday stating that it is working on plans to possibly have fall athletics and activities in the upcoming season.
Ethan Kuhstoss had never played tennis until last year when one of his friends suggested he give it a try – one year later Kuhstoss can't get enough of the sport.
Warren County’s baseball program has been a prime example of progression for the past three seasons.
Jerry Sarchet was looking to get back into coaching and he felt like Warren County was the perfect opportunity for him.
The Virginia High School League Executive Committee voted Thursday to cancel all spring sports activities for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even though the season was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Warren County's five seniors on the girls tennis team all came together in the preseason and led the way.
Soccer created a friendship.
While local high school football teams can't do their usual offseason workouts at school, some area teams are finding new ways to keep players active during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sports can often be the source of lessons learned that can be applied to all aspects of life. For a few of Warren County’s track and field seniors, the lack of a spring season this year is a reminder of the trials life sometimes throws your way. Kyra Robinson said recently that her experienc…
A year ago, Warren County’s softball program made its first state tournament appearance in 34 years. A trio of 2020 seniors played key roles in making that happen.
Warren County's search for a football coach was going to take some time to begin with, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, things have been even tougher.
Boys Basketball Player of the Year
With the spring sports season being canceled by the Virginia High School League due to the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday athletic departments around the state may have taken a hit.
All across the state, high school seniors were hit earlier this week with the realization that their final season of spring sports wasn’t going to happen. On the other end of the spectrum, first-year head coaches saw their debuts with their new teams derailed by the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
Girls Basketball All-Area Team
Girls Basketball Player of the Year
Athletes, coaches and athletic directors around the area are all still trying to process the news from Monday that there will be no spring sports this season. A season was ripped away from everyone due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now the question remains when will anyone be able to participate…
Wrestler of the Year
The Virginia High School League announced on Tuesday evening that any decision on the possibility of spring sports being played during the summer has been put on hold until May.
The news left Central athletic Director Justin Broughman sick to his stomach.