FRONT ROYAL — Warren County head football coach Brian Bush said he felt a bit more rested when he woke up the morning after the Wildcats’ game against Independence last week.
Pure adrenaline. That’s all Warren County wide receiver Logan DeHaven was feeling when he caught a touchdown pass in the corner of the end zone with 9 seconds left in Friday’s game against Independence. The touchdown catch put Warren County ahead 27-24, giving the Wildcats their first win of…
Josh Ojo (Sherando ’15) is picking right up where he left off last season at West Liberty University.
FRONT ROYAL — Warren County has taken two tough losses to start the season, but the Wildcats haven’t let it bring them down.
FRONT ROYAL -- Strasburg head golf coach Joel Morgan said his team may have been looking ahead a little bit to Wednesday’s important Bull Run District match against Madison County. Pair that with the Rams’ struggles with the greens at Shenandoah Valley Golf Club, and Strasburg had a ho-hum d…
FRONT ROYAL — Warren County football coach Brian Bush said three days before his team’s matchup with Timber Creek Regional (New Jersey) that a talented Chargers team would present his Wildcats with a chance to grow and get better. He left the field Saturday afternoon optimistic that would st…
FRONT ROYAL – Week 2 of the high school football season will have a different feel for Warren County.
FRONT ROYAL – Warren County cross country coach Mike Tanner recently took his team to see the movie “Overcomer.” The coach is hoping his team can draw a little inspiration from the movie, about a cross country runner overcoming adversity, and overcoming some adversity of their own.
The wheels fell off the bus, and the Wildcats couldn’t get them back on. That’s how Warren County coach Brian Bush described his team’s 48-0 home loss to Handley. The Wildcats were down by just a touchdown after the first quarter, but the explosive Handley offensive proved to be too much, sc…
The Warren County volleyball team knew they were facing a tough opponent when they stepped into the James Wood gymnasium. The Wildcats have only two seniors on their varsity roster. Thursday night, the opposing team had nine upperclassmen. Wildcats coach Lesley Detweiler knew that experience…
FRONT ROYAL — Opening the high school football season against Handley has become a bit of a tradition for Warren County. Unfortunately for the Wildcats, it’s one that has gone against their favor in recent years.
Thursday, Aug. 29
Aug. 30 Handley, 7 p.m.
Record: 1-9, 1-4 Class 3 Northwestern
Warren County Team Information
9.8 - Average number of points the Wildcats lost their nine games by last season
FRONT ROYAL ― Last year, the Warren County Wildcats took a step back from coach Brian Bush's successful first year on the job.
FRONT ROYAL ― Junior Logan Dehaven is one of the speedier players who will be on the field in any given game that the Warren County Wildcats will play this fall.
FRONT ROYAL – Warren County has 15 seniors on this year’s squad and head football coach Brian Bush said that he’s already seen great leadership from his seniors in the preseason.
FRONT ROYAL – It’s a brand new coach and practically a brand new team for Warren County volleyball this year.
FRONT ROYAL – The roster turnover for Warren County’s golf team was pretty extensive.
FRONT ROYAL – As the most experienced player back from a Strasburg golf program that made its first-ever state tournament appearance as a team in 2018, senior Drew Thomas is the natural choice to fill the Rams’ top spot in the lineup this fall. Thomas played like a No. 1 in Strasburg’s 2019 …
FRONT ROYAL – Warren County’s football team hopes it has found a happy medium as it kicks off the 2019 season.
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.
In an ideal world, Skyline Athletic Director Bill Cupp would have the Class 3 Northwestern District hold tournaments in all its team sports, from which a specified number of teams would emerge and advance to the Virginia High School League’s Region 3B tournament.
Skyline Athletic Director Bill Cupp and Warren County AD Ed Dike have been busy fielding candidates for a combined nine varsity head coach openings as the 2019-20 school year approaches.
To hear John Tierney tell it, it was as smooth a coaching transition as they come in high school sports.
FRONT ROYAL – Elizabeth Keener was in tears after the Region 3B softball tournament semifinals on May 28.
FRONT ROYAL – For Warren County’s softball team, the clutch performances came from all over.
Class 3 All-State Softball