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JMU roundup: Dukes sweep pair from Tar Heels

HARRISONBURG -- Sophomore pitcher Jailyn Ford struck out 16 batters over nine innings pitched to lead the James Madison softball team to a doubleheader sweep of North Carolina at Veterans Memorial Park on Wednesday. comments

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Snyder helps deliver win for SVCA

WINCHESTER -- Grace Snyder's role on Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy's girls soccer team can sometimes go unnoticed. comments

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Lions, Crusaders to meet on rugby pitch

Lord Fairfax Community College's men's rugby team will have a little bit of redemption on its mind when the Lions host Christendom College today. comments

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Whitacre adjusts to leadoff spot

STEPHENS CITY -- Adam Whitacre has a new role for Sherando this season, and it's one that he's starting to adjust to and benefiting the Warriors greatly. comments

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McLachlan becomes team leader

Warren County High School's Paige McLachlan slogged through the mud out to the pitching circle to start the bottom of the sixth inning against arch-rival Skyline last Thursday. comments

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Wilander to visit Winchester

Mats Wilander is coming back to the Winchester Country Club, and anyone interested still has a chance to sign up to play with him. comments

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Nations: Racing's future at stake in dispute

The fight is on between Virginia's lone thoroughbred racing track and the horsemen who've supplied the racing stock at the turf track in New Kent. comments

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Game On Dude arrives for Charles Town Classic

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- After starting his day in Southern California, three-time Santa Anita Handicap (G1) winner Game on Dude touched down in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia on Tuesday afternoon as the popular 7-year-old gelding looks to defend his title in the $1.5 million Charles Town Classic (G2) coming up at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races on Saturday night. comments

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SU roundup: Red-hot Hornets whip WildCats

LYNCHBURG -- The Shenandoah University women's lacrosse team earned its sixth straight victory Tuesday evening with an 11-1 Old Dominion Athletic Conference win at Randolph College. comments

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JMU roundup: Burkholder, Brooks earn VaSID state honors

NORFOLK -- James Madison University senior guard Kirby Burkholder is the Virginia women's basketball Player of the Year by the Virginia Sports Information Directors Association (VaSID) the organization announced on Tuesday. comments

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Wildcats name new head coach

FRONT ROYAL -- Steven Crist knew he had to jump at the opportunity for his first football head coaching job when the position opened up at Manassas Park High School last year. comments

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Robertson mows down Colonels in rare start

STEPHENS CITY -- It's a good thing Cody Robertson has some experience in waiting between pitching opportunities. comments

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Pioneers rally to knock off Skyline

FRONT ROYAL -- In the first three innings against Skyline, Millbrook softball coach Mandee Madden wasn't sure who was playing in the Carolina Blue uniforms. They certainly didn't resemble her squad, the one that entered Monday night's game undefeated. comments

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District-leading Pioneers jump out to fast start, defeat Hawks at home

FRONT ROYAL -- The numbers on the scoreboard at Bing Crosby Stadium following Monday's 23-0 drubbing at the hands of Millbrook sent a simple message to Skyline first-year baseball coach Jay Barnes. comments

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Almy: More than 6K saltwater trophy fish registered

Virginia anglers caught 6,167 citation-sized saltwater gamefish in 2013, topping the 6,000 mark for the second year in a row. This is the ninth time anglers have caught over 6,000 trophy-sized fish in a year since the Saltwater Tournament began in 1958. It also is the most award-winning fish caught since 2007, according to Lewis Gillingham, Director of the Virginia Marine Resources program. comments

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Prep roundup: Generals' Harlow fans career-high 16 in win

NEW MARKET -- Stonewall Jackson High School senior starting pitcher Colton Harlow struck out a career-high 16 batters as the Generals rolled to an 8-1 victory over Shenandoah District rival Buffalo Gap on Monday at Rebel Park. comments

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Prep scores: 4-13

Monday's results Baseball • Generals 8, Bison 1 Buffalo Gap 000 100 0 -- 1 5 4 Stonewall Jackson 201 320... comments

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SU roundup: Bereit named ODAC women's lacrosse player of week

FOREST -- Shenandoah University junior Liz Bereit has been named the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Player of the Week for women's lacrosse in selections announced Monday afternoon by the league office. comments

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JMU roundup: Incumbent starting QB Birdsong leaving program

HARRISONBURG -- James Madison University football coach Everett Withers announced on Monday that rising junior quarterback Michael Birdsong will leave the program following the conclusion of the spring semester. comments

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Prep scores 4-13

Saturday's results Boys track and field Handley Invitational Team results: 1. Tuscarora 96, 2. Handley 82, 3. Loudoun County 61,... comments

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SU roundup: Hornets top Virginia Wesleyan in baseball

VIRGINIA BEACH - The No. 15/21 Shenandoah University baseball team got another outstanding pitching performance Sunday in a 4-1 ODAC victory at Virginia Wesleyan. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes rally past Drexel in softball

PHILADELPHIA, Pa., - Senior Catherine Clavin smacked a two-run, pinch-hit home run in the top of the sixth inning to lead the James Madison softball team to a 5-4, Colonial Athletic Association win over Drexel in Philadelphia, Pa., Sunday. comments

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Wildcats get even with rival Hawks

FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County's softball team was playing a little shorthanded on Friday night against cross-town rival Skyline, but it still managed to get a little payback against the Hawks. comments

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Generals get first victory

QUICKSBURG -- Stonewall Jackson girls soccer coach Derek Hartwig has been waiting for his young squad to put everything together and get in the win column. On Friday night the Generals did just that. comments

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Strasburg provides thunder in rainy victory

STRASBURG -- Jeff Smoot thinks hitting might be a catching phenomenon in baseball. comments

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