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Campers learn skills during basketball camp

Mike Wilkerson’s 9-year-old daughter Calleigh is a huge fan of Wilson Memorial girls basketball. She is especially in love with some of the seniors that just graduated this past spring, including Lexi Deffenbaugh, Jordan Poole and Jordan Sondrol. 820 more words

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Staunton, VA juvenile reported missing | News Leader

STAUNTON – Police said a Staunton girl has been reported missing, according to a press release.

Afton Holsinger, 16, was last seen Thursday at a friend’s home in Augusta County.

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Football coaches tweak practices thanks to early start

The first days of preseason high school football practice aren’t just about getting the body ready.

They’re also about getting the mind ready  — learning what to do and how to do it. 520 more words

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Families need plenty of time, money for AAU teams

Mark and Ileta Sondrol spend a good portion of their spring and summer in gyms. Their youngest daughter, Sarah, is a rising junior at Wilson Memorial High School, but when the high school season ends she is part of the Virginia Belles AAU basketball team. 1,198 more words

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JUNE 2016: Augusta County, Staunton & Waynesboro

It’s TOO DARN HOT and HUMID to think of anything witty at the moment. Please, enjoy the tantalizing charts and info below, as I am melting in the corner with an iced coffee… 363 more words

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VA - Augusta County teen has been missing for 2 days | WHSV

AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) — The Augusta County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance with locating a missing juvenile.

Camron Garrison was last seen at his home in Crimora on July 10, 2016, at approximately 2:00 p.m. 18 more words

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Grace football looking for homeschooled players

Grace Christian School’s football team had a small roster that did big things last year in its first varsity season.

With just 22 players on the squad, the Warriors won the last six games of the 2015 season to finish 7-1 with a team made up of Grace students and home-schooled students. 454 more words

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