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Keeler: New year, same Redskins

As a Dallas Cowboys fan, I don't enjoy writing this. OK, maybe just a little. I know it's only been one game, but do the Washington Redskins under new head coach Jay Gruden look a little like the Redskins of last year? comments

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SU roundup: St. Mary's blanks Hornets

ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. -- Host St. Mary's of Maryland scored single goals in each half on its way to a 2-0 non-league field hockey victory over Shenandoah on Thursday afternoon. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 11

High school golf • Warren County tri-match at Shenandoah Valley GC (par 36), Front Royal Team scores: 1. Strasburg, 161;... comments

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Hawks' boys take third in district mini-meet

WINCHESTER -- Many cross country teams are gearing up for larger meets this weekend, and schools in the Northwestern District used Wednesday's mini-meet as preparation for Saturday's competitions. comments

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Hornets get lesson in adversity in opener

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University's football team had to overcome more than just the Gallaudet Bison over this past weekend. comments

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R-MA tennis squad keeps sunny outlook

FRONT ROYAL -- Randolph-Macon Academy's girls tennis team only has seven players this season, but that doesn't mean they won't be successful. comments

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Annual bike ride changes dates

Dave Adsit is hoping a new month will bring some nicer weather. comments

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Murto: Richmond fans see dominance

NASCAR's final regular season race weekend at Richmond International Raceway only goes to prove that every race can't be a barn burner. comments

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Christendom roundup: Crusaders down LFCC in women's soccer

FRONT ROYAL -- Christendom College's Dylan Burgess tallied three assists to lead the Crusaders to a 4-2 women's soccer victory over Lord Fairfax Community College on Wednesday. comments

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SU roundup: Roanoke drops Hornets in ODAC men's soccer opener

SALEM -- The Shenandoah University men's soccer team opened up its Old Dominion Athletic Conference slate Wednesday evening with a 4-1 loss at Roanoke. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 10

High school golf • Warriors 162, Hawks 189 At Shenandoah Valley GC (White Course, Par 35), Front Royal Low medalist:... comments

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Patriots spread the wealth in blowout

STEPHENS CITY -- Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy's boys soccer team has placed a premium on spreading the ball around the pitch this season and it showed on Tuesday against visiting Mountain View Christian Academy. comments

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Warriors fall short against Spotswood

STEPHENS CITY -- Sherando's young volleyball team may be going through some early-season growing pains, but the Warriors had plenty to feel positive about on Tuesday night. comments

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Harrison starting strong in new role for Pats

STEPHENS CITY -- Peter Harrison had thrived as an outside forward for the last three years on Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy's boys soccer team. This fall, as a senior, he's had to get accustomed to a new position. comments

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Plauger, Falcons top Generals, Wildcats

BASYE -- Central's Joseph Plauger shot his best nine-hole round on the back nine of his home course Tuesday as the Falcons edged Shenandoah County rival Stonewall Jackson in a three-team event. comments

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SU roundup: Hornets notch volleyball win

ALTOONA, Pa. - The Shenandoah University volleyball team returned to its winning ways Tuesday evening with a 3-0 non-league sweep over Penn State-Altoona. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes ranked 20th in women's field hockey

CHANDLER, Ariz. - After starting the season 3-0 for the first time since 2005, the James Madison University women's field hockey team jumped into the Penn Monto/National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I National Coaches poll at No. 20. comments

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Prep scores: Sept. 9

High school golf • Central tri-match at Bryce Resort, Basye Team scores: 1. Central 174; 2. Stonewall Jackson 175; 3.... comments

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Strasburg serves its way past Generals

STRASBURG -- Suzanne Mathias has been preaching to her Strasburg volleyball team the importance of establishing a consistent serve. That message has apparently begun to sink in for the Rams. comments

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Frosh talent leading way for Dukes

HARRISONBURG -- James Madison University's football team picked up a big come-from-behind win on Saturday against Lehigh, and two true freshmen played huge roles. comments

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Morrow shining at top spot for Warren County

FRONT ROYAL -- Two years ago Warren County's Claire Morrow was the new girl on the cross country team looking up to the upperclassmen, and following their lead. This year as a junior it's Morrow's turn to take the leading role, and it's one she's relishing. comments

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Almy: New gear for hunting season

With hunting seasons fast approaching, here's a look at some new gear items that might be of interest as you pursue the Shenandoah Valley's healthy populations of deer, turkeys, black bear and small game. Included are some of the most recent offerings in knives, optics, survival tools and muzzleloader ammunition. comments

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SU roundup: Lenore resigns as strength and conditioning coach

WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Doug Zipp announced Monday that Quintrel Lenore has resigned as the department's head strength and conditioning coach. comments

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Graded stakes winners among nominees for Charles Town Oaks

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Sweet Reason and Miss Behaviour, the top two finishers in the Test (G1) at Saratoga last month, as well as Stonetastic -- a recent runaway winner of the Prioress (G2) -- top a list of 35 nominees for the $500,000 Charles Town Oaks (G3) coming up on Sept. 20 at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races. The Charles Town Oaks, which will be run as a Grade 3 for the first time, serves as the marquee race on the track's sixth annual Race for the Ribbon program. comments

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JMU roundup: Dukes tie 16th-ranked Nittany Lions

HARRISONBURG -- The James Madison University men's soccer team earned a hard-fought 1-1 draw on Monday night against Penn State, the 16th-ranked team in the country. comments

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