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JMU roundup: Dukes' duo earns preaseason all-CAA field hockey honors

RICHMOND -- James Madison University redshirt-junior midfielder Taylor West and junior back Loes Stijntjes represented Dukes' field hockey on the 2014 Preseason All-Colonial Athletic Association team, the league announced Thursday. comments

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Prep scores: Aug. 14

High school golf • Shenandoah District mini-tournament At Luray Caverns Country Club (Par 71), Luray Team scores: 1. Page County,... comments

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Big promotion: Generals' Webb expected to set pace

QUICKSBURG -- Brandy Webb just needed a little bit of time to warm up for the cross country season last year. comments

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Murto: 'Madhouse' mentality must end

The Tony Stewart situation proves that the "Madhouse" mentality prevalent in racing today must end. comments

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SU roundup: Hornets announce new soccer assistants

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University head coaches Liz Pike and Corbin Sutton announced additions to their women's and men's soccer staffs, respectively, Wednesday afternoon. comments

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JMU roundup: Herndon, Rano gain preseason recognition

RICHMOND -- James Madison University sophomore forward Ashley Herndon and senior defender Shannon Rano were voted to the 2014 Preseason All-Colonial Athletic Association women's soccer team, the league announced Wednesday. comments

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Warriors win soggy district mini-tourney

FRONT ROYAL -- Brett Loy usually gets off to a good start on the golf course, a trait that served the Sherando High School sophomore well in Tuesday's Northwestern District mini-tournament at Shenandoah Valley Golf Course. comments

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Nations: More substance, less sizzle for Skins?

It's been a strange summer for Washington Redskins fans. comments

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Prep roundup: Generals win district golf mini-tournament

STAUNTON -- Stonewall Jackson picked up its first Shenandoah District mini-tournament victory of the season on Tuesday at Ironwood golf course. comments

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Prep scores: Aug. 12

High school golf • Northwestern District mini tournament At Shenandoah Valley Golf Club (White Course, Par 35), Front Royal Team... comments

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SU roundup: Hornets add seven to men's hoops program

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University head men's basketball coach Rob Pryor announced his 2014-15 recruiting class Tuesday morning. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes picked fourth in women's field hockey poll

RICHMOND -- James Madison University's women's field hockey was selected to finish fourth in the Colonial Athletic Association this season in the conference's preseason coaches poll. comments

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Generals win district golf mini at Shenvalee

NEW MARKET -- Stonewall Jackson golf coach Roger Wilkins expected the Generals to be solid at the top of their six-man lineup this season, with seniors Jonathan Koontz, Ben Rosenberger and Kory Somers bringing plenty of varsity golf experience to the team. comments

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Almy: Smaller topwater lures produce

No thrill in angling can match that of a hungry bass chomping down on a surface lure the size of a rat. But finding such aggressively-feeding fish is unfortunately the exception rather than the rule. When bass are in a finicky, skittish mood or not aggressively feeding, jumbo surface lures often fail miserably. comments

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Prep roundup: Rams take second in district mini

Daily Staff Report - sports@nvdaily.com STANARDSVILLE -- Strasburg High School's golf team posted a runner-up effort in Monday's Bull Run... comments

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SU roundup: Women's lacrosse team earns academic honors

GRAND LAKE, Colo. - The Shenandoah University women's lacrosse team has earned academic honors in selections announced Monday by the IWLCA. comments

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Prep scores: Aug. 11

High school golf • Shenandoah District mini-tournament At Shenvalee Golf Resort (Par 71), New Market Team scores: 1. Stonewall Jackson,... comments

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Local softball squad wins national tourney

Things didn't start off well for the Shenandoah Valley Mavericks in the Softball Nation National Tournament on July 24-27, but they made sure it ended well. comments

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Fauber: Fight over Redskins' name heats up

The Washington Redskins went about business as usual on Thursday night, as they opened up their preseason slate with a 23-6 win over New England at FedEx Field. comments

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Bowling alley offers glimpse into past

MOUNT JACKSON -- Even as you approach Shenandoah Bowling Lanes along Main Street in Mount Jackson, you get the sense that you're about to take a short trip back in time. comments

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Community swim meet offers one last chance to make a splash

WINCHESTER -- The summer is nearly over, but Tag Grove wants to give area residents one last chance to make a splash before the cooler temperatures set in. comments

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SU roundup: Hornets picked sixth in ODAC football poll

FOREST -- Shenandoah University is the No. 6 selection of the Old Dominion Athletic Conference football coaches in pre-season poll results announced Friday morning as part of the annual coaches meeting. comments

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Strong start: Warriors take third in Curly Licklider tournament

FRONT ROYAL -- The Sherando High School golf team had every reason to feel good about Wednesday's performance in the 13th Annual Curly Licklider Memorial tournament at Shenandoah Valley Golf Course. comments

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Hornets' Hott named RCBL pitcher of year

This promised to be a huge summer for Shenandoah University's Tyler Hott. comments

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Keeler: JMU players increase bonds

You hear it all the time from players and coaches, "We have a lot of team chemistry," but after being around JMU's football team earlier this week I truly believe they have some real chemistry going. comments

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