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JMU roundup: Dukes sweep CAA men's soccer honors

RICHMOND -- James Madison University collected both Colonial Athletic Association men's soccer weekly awards Monday as junior defender Bjarki Aðalsteinsson was named Co-Player of the Week and freshman forward Joe Vyner earned Rookie of the Week after the team opened CAA play with a 1-0-1 record last week. comments

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VHSL football power ratings 10-13

VHSL football power ratings As of Oct. 13 4A North 1. Salem 29.7 2. Jefferson Forest 27.8 3. Courtland 26.7... comments

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Hornets jump on Quakers early in win

WINCHESTER -- It was just the start Shenandoah University needed. comments

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Dukes dominant in win over Tigers

HARRISONBURG --James Madison University put together an impressive performance on Saturday afternoon at Bridgeforth Stadium. comments

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Trio ready for state golf tourneys

Three local golfers will be playing in their first state golf tournament starting Monday. comments

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Warriors dominate Colonels

STEPHENS CITY -- After suffering a loss last week, Sherando wanted to bounce back on Friday night against James Wood -- mission accomplished in an emphatic way. comments

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Hawks down Patriots

FRONT ROYAL -- Skyline's football team feels it's in the midst of a three-game stretch that is critical if the Hawks hope to be alive in the Northwestern District race in the second half of the season. comments

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East Rockingham rolls through Stonewall Jackson

QUICKSBURG -- It could have been worse. Shenandoah District foe East Rockingham had three touchdowns come back by various means, but still put on a 49-0 drubbing of league last-place Stonewall Jackson on Friday night in a game that was shortened in the second half due to the mercy rule. comments

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Prep roundup: Wildcats pick up first win of season

MANASSAS PARK -- Warren County High School picked up its first football win of the season on Friday night with a 23-7 road victory over Bull Run District rival Manassas Park. comments

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Hornets face daunting task against high-powered Quakers

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University's football team can't afford to dwell on its loss to rival Bridgewater in the Hornets' Old Dominion Athletic Conference opener last Saturday. Not with Guilford's high-powered offense looming this afternoon. comments

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JMU, Towson meet in battle of young squads

HARRISONBURG -- When James Madison University and Towson University face off today at Bridgeforth Stadium at 12:30 p.m., it will be another big game for two young teams. comments

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Fauber: Virginia faces tough road

The University of Virginia football team is entering its bye week this weekend, so now is as good a time as any to check out just where the Cavaliers stand heading into the second half of the season. comments

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Prep scores: Oct. 10

High school football Eagles 49, Generals 0 East Rockingham 7 28 14 0 -- 49 Stonewall Jackson 0 0 0... comments

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Team effort helps Sherando top Millbrook

STEPHENS CITY -- Perhaps it was for the simple fact that Sherando's volleyball team was hosting Northwestern District rival Millbrook, but the Warriors looked especially sharp on the court Thursday evening. comments

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Wildcats regroup for victory over Manassas Park

FRONT ROYAL -- On their way to what they thought was a three-set whitewash of Bull Run District opponent Manassas Park on Thursday, Warren County watched as the visiting Cougars had something to say about that. comments

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Central aims to keep momentum rolling

WOODSTOCK -- Central's football team entered the season with plenty of question marks regarding its youth and inexperience, and head coach Mike Yew admits that the Falcons are still experiencing some of the expected growing pains. comments

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Keeler: No reason to panic for Nats

For the second time in three years, the Washington Nationals had the best record in the National League and lost in the Divisional Series. comments

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Christendom roundup: Crusaders drop road men's soccer match

Daily Staff Reports - sports@nvdaily.com BUENA VISTA -- Southern Virginia University men's soccer team defeated visiting Christendom 3-0 on Thursday... comments

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Prep scores: Oct. 9

High school volleyball • Sherando 3, Millbrook 1 (25-15, 25-8, 20-25, 25-19) • Warren County 3, Manassas Park 1 (25-18,... comments

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Skyline captures district title

WINCHESTER -- Skyline senior Luke Cline can still remember what it was like running against the Northwestern District teams two years ago. That's what made things even sweeter on Wednesday, when the Hawks won the boys district cross country title. comments

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Mistakes, turnovers hurt Hornets in loss

WINCHESTER -- The special teams units were not so special for Shenandoah University's football team in last Saturday's 27-23 road loss to rival Bridgewater. comments

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Murto: Top fuel delivers unmatched thrills

Drag racing wasn't completely unfamiliar to me; before Friday I had seen Pro Modifieds, Pro Stock, Alcohol Funny Car and Alcohol Dragsters, as well as sportsman bracket racing at a number of facilities. comments

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Prep roundup: Sherando wins district cheer crown

WINCHESTER -- Sherando's cheerleading squad won the Northwestern District championship on Wednesday at James Wood High School. comments

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SU roundup: Wasps sweep Hornets

WINCHESTER -- Visiting Emory and Henry outlasted Shenandoah University in a 3-0 Old Dominion Athletic Conference volleyball sweep Wednesday evening. comments

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Christendom roundup: Crusaders shut out Gallaudet

Daily Staff Report - sports@nvdaily.com FRONT ROYAL -- Homestanding Christendom College picked up a 5-0 women's soccer victory over Gallaudet... comments

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