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3 min ago | Streaking The Lawn
A handful of ACC teams are in the spotlight in Week 1, including last year's Orange Bowl winner Clemson.
4 hrs ago | Fairfax Times
South Lakes might be the home of the Seahawks, but there were eagles on the field and in the air at football practice Tuesday.
5 hrs ago | Fairfax Times
Senior running back Rob Avery has recovered from injury and is ready to headline an explosive South County backfield this fall.
9 hrs ago | The Carroll News
Allen Worrell/The Carroll NewsFrom left: Carroll County seniors Eustacia Smith, Cheyenne Strickland, Tori Goad, Rachel Farmer and Haley Turner are expected to lead another strong Lady Cavaliers' volleyball team in 2014.
The Norview Pilots' quarterback earned our Athlete of the Week status with a big game on opening night against Huguenot of Richmond.
Galax scored twice in the first three minutes and was never threatened in rolling to a 48-14 victory over Carroll County in the annual benefit game between the nearby rivals.
Marshawn Williams hasn't taken long to put himself right back in the mix for a significant role in Virginia Tech 's backfield - maybe even a starting job.
It's not like the school changed the name to Muscrats without telling anyone. The reaction on the Fauquier Times' Facebook page to the Fauquier High Falcons' new football helmet logo with a map of Fauquier County hasn't been favorable so far.
SHS junior Zach Polglase throws a pass during the preseason. Polglase will be entering his second season at quarterback for the Trailblazers, who went 9-2 last season.
Backups Devon Ausbery and Reese Scott execute a handoff during Kettle Run's preseason two-a-days.
Youthful exuberance was on display at about 9 a.m. on Aug. 8 at Eagle Stadium when a soccer ball somehow materialized in the middle of a group of football players who had apparently really enjoyed the FIFA World Cup Brazilians or Germans they were not.
A senior at Oscar Smith High, DeShawn McClease is continuing the legacy of the great running backs that came before him with 1,558 running yards and 28 touchdowns during the 2013 season.
Playing on a beautiful Friday afternoon at Norman Lineberg Field, the Radford Bobcats scored five times on long runs to beat the Galax Maroon Tide in a opening scrimmage for both squads.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 06:45 pm
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