FRONT ROYAL -- Win or lose, the outcome of Tuesday's Northwestern District baseball tournament championship game didn't mean much for Sherando in terms of seeding for next week's Region II tournament. But that didn't mean that the top-seeded Warriors didn't want that title of back-to-back district tournament champions.
FRONT ROYAL -- Sherando has shown very few weaknesses on the baseball field this season, and the Warriors' balance was on full display in Monday's Northwestern District tournament semifinal game against No. 4 James Wood at Bing Crosby Stadium.
STEPHENS CITY -- Alaina Combs is much more confident and experienced this year. That's why the Sherando junior was able to overcome a scratchy start in the discus at the Northwestern District meet last week.
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FRONT ROYAL - Saturday afternoon's Northwestern District softball tournament semifinal game didn't start well for second-seeded Sherando, as James Wood catcher Jessy Shipman lashed Courtney Reid's first pitch for a double into the left-center gap.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Designated player Hanna Sommer hit a go-ahead solo home run in the fifth inning and right-hander Emily Weiman retired nine of the final 10 batter she faced to guide North Carolina State to a 6-4 win over the James Madison softball team at Sherri Parker Lee Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn., on Sunday.
FRONT ROYAL -- Presley Rutherford wasn't sure what to expect for her senior season. The Skyline girls tennis player had never played at No. 1 singles before this season, but this year moved to the top spot and now has even advanced to regionals.
WOODSTOCK -- Shortly before the start of Central's Bull Run District tournament quarterfinal showdown with William Monroe on Friday, Falcons senior Stephen Hamrick was called to midfield and recognized as being the school's new career goals record holder.
FRONT ROYAL -- As Eric Barr trades volleys with Randolph-Macon Academy student Cole Pawlak on the tennis courts behind Turner Hall on the school's campus, it's obvious that this is where Barr was meant to be.