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SU roundup: Hornets demolish Hollins in women's soccer

HOLLINS -- The Shenandoah University women's soccer team turned in a top five all-time performance Wednesday afternoon in an 11-0 Old Dominion Athletic Conference victory over Hollins. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes end men's soccer skid with win

HARRISONBURG - The James Madison University men's soccer team ended its two-game losing streak Wednesday night with a 2-0 victory over College of Charleston in Colonial Athletic Association action. comments

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Prep scores: Oct. 22

Wednesday's results Cheerleading • Conference 28 meet Team scores: 1. Skyline 225, 2. Central 215, 3. John Champe 208, 4. Warren... comments

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Playing through pain

It's a question that every athletic trainer at various levels of competition faces on a weekly basis: when can a football player safely return from or play through an injury? comments

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Warriors' Loy finishes golf season on top

STEPHENS CITY -- Even a week later, Brett Loy is still "shell-shocked." comments

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Generals fall to Bison

QUICKSBURG -- When your team is 2-13, you take what you can get. comments

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SU roundup: Hornets sweep visiting Blazers

WINCHESTER -- The Shenandoah University volleyball team celebrated its annual Dig Pink event Tuesday night with a 3-0 non-league sweep of Hood College. comments

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JMU roundup: Men's basketball announces suspensions

Daily Staff Report - sports@nvdaily.com HARRISONBURG -- James Madison University head men's basketball coach Matt Brady announced Tuesday the formal... comments

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Withers hard at work while Dukes rest

HARRISONBURG -- The bye week may have been a relaxing one for many of the James Madison University football team, but the coaching staff was still hard at work. JMU coach Everett Withers found a way to mix business and pleasure. comments

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Keller leads Falcons to a title

WOODSTOCK -- When Central's Lexi Keller started her freshman year, she was a basketball player. comments

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Almy: Small creeks a buck hotspot

Ponds and lakes offer deer the water they need every day, but streams provide whitetails a lot more than just water. They allow them to quench their thirst while also finding cooler temperatures and thick cover. This makes them terrific early-season hotspots that are often neglected by most hunters. comments

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SU roundup: Hornets' Eadie wraps up fall golf season

HARRISONBURG -- Freshman Sara Eadie completed her fall season for the Shenandoah University women's golf team with a 17th place finish Monday at the Bridgewater College Invitational. comments

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Warriors rally past Judges

WINCHESTER-Earlier last week, Sherando head coach Bill Hall told his team it was unlikely it would put away Handley quickly, but if they persevered, a victory would belong to the Warriors by game's end. comments

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Hornets top Cardinals

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Shenandoah University football team has started its first-ever winning streak of the Yoder era thanks to a 24-14 ODAC victory at Catholic University of America Saturday afternoon. comments

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Wildcats' Sharp has big night

FRONT ROYAL -- He couldn't have written a better script. comments

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Eagles trounce Falcons

WOODSTOCK -- Central had a few opportunities to keep within striking distance of Clarke County on Friday night, but the Falcons couldn't make the plays when they needed them. comments

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Rams roll to Homecoming victory

STRASBURG -- On Homecoming night, host Strasburg gave its fans plenty to cheer about in a 36-7 victory over Manassas Park in Bull Run District football action on Friday night. comments

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Hornets aim to buck trend against Cards

WINCHESTER -- Rarely do teams at any level spend too much time focusing on anything but the present, but Shenandoah University football coach Scott Yoder dug into the past a little bit this week in preparation for the Hornets' road game at the Catholic University of America this afternoon. comments

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Fauber: Good things ahead for O's

Orioles Magic seemed to be at its peak only two weeks ago, when Baltimore swept Detroit to advance to the American League Championship series for the first time in what felt like a millennium. At the snap of a finger, all of those good vibes dissipated. comments

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Friday's scoring summaries

Friday's prep scores Football Wildcats 20, Mustangs 14 George Mason 0 7 0 7 -- 14 Warren County 0 7... comments

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SU roundup: Yellow Jackets sweep past Hornets in volleyball

ASHLAND, Va. - League leading Randolph-Macon maintained its position at the top of the ODAC volleyball standings with a 3-0 victory over Shenandoah on Friday evening. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes top Drexel in women's soccer

PHILADELPHIA - The James Madison women's soccer team earned a hard-fought 2-1 victory Friday night in double overtime against Drexel in Colonial Athletic Association play at Vidas Soccer Complex. comments

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Strasburg boys, Central girls take county titles

NEW MARKET -- After coming up short last season, Strasburg's boys cross country team wanted to bring the Shenandoah County trophy back home. The Rams did exactly that. comments

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Warriors take on Judges in key district clash

STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando's football team bounced back with a blowout win over James Wood last week. Now the Warriors turn their attention to rival Handley for Saturday's 1 p.m. contest. comments

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Christendom tops LFCC

FRONT ROYAL -- At the beginning of the season, Christendom College forward James Miller was trying to clobber the ball, in the words of his coach, rather than push it. comments

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