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2 hrs ago | The record Online

Drifters edge LHS, 2-1; Raiders are routed, 10-1

Lancaster dropped its first game of the season last week, but picked up a win over Rappahannock to improve to 7-1 overall in varsity baseball.

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6 hrs ago | Hopewell News

Goodwyn Fuels Knights' Offense

Thomas Dale second basemen Brian Goodwyn makes a living by being a distraction to opposing pitchers on the base-paths with his speed and baseball smarts to take the extra base when it's warranted.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

The Daily News Leader

Spring two-sport student-athletes stay strong for teammates

Paige Bellamy understands the idea of competing in two sports in one season. It seems simple enough, and there are moments when the Robert E. Lee senior doesn't regret her decision at all to run track and play soccer over the same four-month stretch.

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Fairfax Times

Robinson baseball puts it all together

Robinson senior Chris Lohr pitches struck out 12 and earned his second straight complete game in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Herndon.

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Fairfax Times

Centreville baseball hungry for more

Centreville sophomore Carson Bach recorded seven strikeouts and two walks in his first career start on the mound Friday night.

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Loudoun Times

LeMaster of field and mat: No slowdown for Eaglesa one-legged wonder

Age: 15 -School: Freedom H.S. -GPA: 4.05 -Sports: Wrestling; Lacrosse -Natural legs: 1 -Artificial legs: 1 -Age at amputation: 10 -Career interest: Prosthetic medicine He walks with a gait indistinguishable from the standard, though his run incorporates a slight skip - left-left-right, left-left-right.

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Fairfax Times

Madison softball remains unbeaten

McLean ace Maddy Witchey allowed just two hits in the first four innings of the Highlanders' 8-3 loss to Madison on Tuesday.

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The Progress-Index

Colonials, Royals claim Invitational wins

Right-hander Seth Markins pitched a complete game with six strikeouts as Colonial Heights defeated Henrico 11-1 to close out opening night of the Colonial Heights Invitational on Monday at Shepherd Stadium.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Hopewell News

Colonials Clobber Henrico For Fourth-Straight Win

Lead-off hitters and starting pitchers are two of more important positions on the field because without a pitcher mowing down the opposition or a lead-off hitter setting the table for his lineup, a team is likely to struggle.

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The Daily News Leader

Gladiators top Wilson in shootout

After a first-half defensive battle through the first 40 minutes, Riverheads and Wilson Memorial exploded offensively in the second half before the Gladiators held on for a 6-4 victory in boys' soccer action Monday night in Fishersville.

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Hopewell News

Hopewell Lineup Punchless In Loss

The Blue Devils baseball team started the season on the highest of highs as they won their first two games of the season in decisive fashion.

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Hopewell News

Thomas Dale Comes Alive Against Royals

The Thomas Dale varsity baseball squad marched into spring break with two consecutive wins, the second of which proved to be the strongest performance by the Knights this season.

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The Progress-Index

VSU faces test before tournament

RACHAEL QUICK/PROGRESS-INDEX PHOTO Virginia State's Joshua Markins is seen heading to first base following a walk earlier in the 2014 season.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

The Daily News Leader

Young leadership

There are times on the practice field at Blue Ridge Community College during the boys' soccer season where, if you can't find the man with the whistle, it would be hard to spot the Fort Defiance coach on the field.

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Fairfax Times

Robinson baseball puts it all together

Robinson senior Chris Lohr pitches struck out 12 and earned his second straight complete game in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Herndon.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

The Daily News Leader

H.S. Baseball

Tyler Wilcher and Matt Woods had two hits apiece. On the mound, Ian Robbie pitched a complete game, striking out seven, scattering seven hits and forcing 11 grounders for outs.

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The Daily News Leader

H.S. Girls' Soccer

Wilson keeper Whitney Harris had stifled the Cougars before Lewis took an assist from Rachel Sauder and punched home the winning goal.

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The Daily News Leader

Cougars turn lethal

Stuarts Draft head coach Randy Ross knows what his team is capable of achieving.

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The Daily News Leader

Green Hornets end losing streak

The Wilson Memorial baseball team finally has the monkey off its back. The defending state champs were off to a shocking 0-5 start, but were able to pick up their first win of the season Friday in dominating fashion by routing the still winless Stuarts Draft Cougars 13-2.

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The Progress-Index

Royals find right mix in victory

"Dinwiddie is a tough team that plays a good brand of softball. We have a good blend of seniors, juniors and sophomores that are coming along and I am pleased that they are coming together," Waguespack said.

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