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Yesterday | Fairfax Times

Centreville baseball hungry for more

As he straddled the mound, unfurling his long left arm toward the strike zone once more, Carter Bach looked like he'd been there before.

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

Hopewell News

Colonials Continue To Roll Behind Murdock's Play

Baseball in its purest form comes down to pitching, hitting, and fielding. In Thursday night's 14-2 dismantling of Monacan at the Colonial Heights Spring Break Invitational at Shepherd Stadium, the Colonials got all of that and more from one player-Noah Murdock.

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The Daily News-Record

#1 - UPDATE: QB Fights JMU

Michael Birdsong says he has no problem with a restriction that forbids him from transferring to another Colonial Athletic Association school, but the James Madison quarterback plans to appeal what he called "ridiculous" limits on his freedom to perhaps play football at one of four non-conference colleges.

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Hanover Herald-Progress

Patriots fall 2-1 in OT to ranked Mills Godwin

Although each of them describe the play of Patrick Henry boys soccer at home last Thursday against nationally-ranked Mills Godwin, in the end, the record book will show a 2-1 overtime loss.

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The Progress-Index

Colonials win 5th straight

Right-hander Noah Murdock pitched a complete-game two-hitter - and also hit his first home run of the season - as Colonial Heights cruised to a 14-2 win over Monacan in five innings Thursday night during the Colonial Heights Invitational at Shepherd Stadium.

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Cavalier Daily

Weekend Previews: Apr. 18-20

But before Virginia can consider its title hopes, it first must take care of business against the Bellarmine Knights in the regular season finale Saturday afternoon.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

Hanover Herald-Progress

Hanover High's Kara Kane drives toward the Glen Allen goal as a...

After having lost to Glen Allen on their home field just a week earlier 16-10, the Hanover Hawks girls lacrosse team hit I-295 Friday afternoon, not as much to exact revenge as to seize redemption.

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Hampton Roads Daily Press

Wednesday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Apprentice...

Paul White , a longtime high school coach in the Northern Neck, was named Apprentice School's head football coach Wednesday.

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Hopewell News

Colonials' Trent Accomplishes his Goal

When Justin Trent set out to become a state champion wrestler in his final year at Colonial Heights High School, he knew that there would be a mountain of hard work ahead of him.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

The Daily News Leader

Early surge powers Pride

Riverheads exploded for nine runs over the first four innings Wednesday, and that was enough as the Gladiators defeated the Wilson Memorial Green Hornets 9-4 in softball.

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The Daily News Leader

Gladiators stay unbeaten with big win over Wilson

Riverheads and Wilson Memorial each entered Wednesday's baseball clash going into opposite directions.

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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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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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