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Wilson boys working to take next step up

It would be hard to top the kind of season Wilson Memorial’s boys cross country team had in 2015.

Even so, the Green Hornets, who last season won the Conference 36 title, placed third in Region 2A East and finished fifth in Group 2A, plan to do everything they can to make that happen in what should be another competitive season for the Shenandoah District teams. 679 more words

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Fort tops Stuarts Draft in five-set thriller

STUARTS DRAFT — Fort Defiance’s volleyball team rallied for a five-set victory Tuesday over Stuarts Draft in nonconference action at Stuarts Draft High School.

Down 2-1 after three sets, the Indians took the last two sets to win the match 27-25, 26-28, 22-25, 25-17 and 17-15. 36 more words

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Buffalo Gap makes clean sweep of Bath

BUFFALO GAP — Consistency. That’s what Buffalo Gap got in sets one and three Thursday night as the Bison swept Bath County 25-5, 25-20, 25-7 in volleyball action. 402 more words

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Riverheads volleyball cruises past Parry McCluer

GREENVILLE — Riverheads improved to 2-0 on the season Thursday with a four-set win over Parry McCluer in volleyball action at Riverheads High School.

The Gladiators won by scores of 25-22, 15-25, 25-13 and 26-24. 47 more words

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Fort volleyball turns tables on Wilson with sweep

FISHERSVILLE — Fort Defiance’s volleyball team gained a measure of revenge for an opening-night loss to Wilson Memorial, sweeping past the Green Hornets on Thursday at Wilson Memorial High School. 97 more words

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Ridgeview Christian boys soccer rolls in opener

STUARTS DRAFT — Ridgeview Christian’s boys soccer season got off to a fast start Thursday as the Crusaders shut out Legacy Christian 7-0.

Alex Ware led Ridgeview with a pair of first-half goals, while brother Micah Ware picked up a goal in the second halfand brother Nick Ware got the shutout in goal. 35 more words

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Lee boys, Wilson girls winners at first Valley Cup

FISHERSVILLE — It looks like there’s a new tradition for high school cross country teams in the Valley.

The inaugural Valley Cup meet, held Wednesday at Wilson Workforce Rehabilitation Center, gave 16 boys and girls teams a chance for some good preseason competition in an interesting format. 608 more words

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