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Sports - May 2018
Sports Archive

Could a 1A soccer team win the 2A Shenandoah District?
Posted 2018-05-24 By Larry Beazley
Stonewall Jackson girls’ soccer team wants to rewrite the story of Cinderella.
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Falcons fall in final but team, players advance to region
Posted 2018-05-24 By Larry Beazley
Though Central’s tennis teams both lost in the finals of Bull Run District boys and girls championship round last week, the Falcons will advance to regional competition.
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Central captures district baseball championship
Posted 2018-05-24 By Larry Beazley
Bull Run District champion Central rolls into the post-season tournament Monday in need of just one win to advance to the regionals.
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Longwood signs MMA’s Gus Okafor
Posted 2018-05-24 By Larry Beazley
Gus Okafor, a 6-6 swingman for Massanutten Military Academy, has signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Longwood University.
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Clanton, Falcons Bull Run District track champions
Posted 2018-05-24 By Larry Beazley
Central’s Kyle Clanton won four events and placed second in a fifth to lead the Falcons to the Bull Run District track championship Sunday.
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Stonewall’s Banks chosen district’s player of the year
Posted 2018-05-24 By Larry Beazley
Stonewall Jackson High School senior Wade Banks was chosen Shenandoah District boys track and field Player of the Year at the championship meet last week.
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5 Generals sign college intent letters
Posted 2018-05-24 By Larry Beazley
Five Stonewall Jackson High School athletes have signed letters of intent to play collegiate sports.
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Central AD Rinker reflects n 40 years of coaching
Posted 2018-05-24
Kenny Rinker, Central High School athletic director for the past eight years, is preparing to end a 40-year career in public education.
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Scores, schedules May 24, 2018
Posted 2018-05-24
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