Friday, June 14, 2019
In picking its new varsity girls’ basketball coach, Handley went with someone who certainly knows the school’s hoop scene well.
Sunday, June 09, 2019
BLACKSBURG — Handley’s Jack Volinsky says he and his teammate Nick Mueller have been fortunate to play for two “dream teams.”
Friday, June 07, 2019
For much of their lives, Handley’s Nick Mueller and Jack Volinsky have been hitting tennis balls together.
Thursday, June 06, 2019
While it technically was a semifinal clash, Handley’s Nick Mueller and Blacksburg’s Frank Thompson knew that their second matchup in three days would likely decide this year’s state boys’ singles champion in Class 4.
Tuesday, June 04, 2019
WINCHESTER — It seemed appropriate that Handley’s Nick Mueller and Blacksburg’s Frank Thompson had the stage to themselves on Tuesday.
Sunday, June 02, 2019
LYNCHBURG — Just call her the Flight Queen.
LYNCHBURG — The last time Handley's Tyson Long competed in the high jump at Liberty University's Osborne Stadium prior to Saturday, he went home with a pretty big smile on his face — he set a PR at the 2017 4A West Region meet.
A year ago, Clarke County's Madison Webster proved she was the best in Class 2 in the 800 meters.
Friday, May 31, 2019
LYNCHBURG — Handley senior Taylor Beard has been setting records throughout her career, so it couldn’t have been more fitting that she set another one in her final Virginia High School League high jump competition.
LYNCHBURG — Isaiah Allen took the pressure off himself by taking the lead with his very first throw of the competition.
Mostly different names, same local flavor.
Thursday, May 30, 2019
WINCHESTER — From the beginning of the boys’ tennis season, it has seemed like Handley and Blacksburg were destined to clash in the Class 4 semifinals.
A long and decorated career at Clarke County has come to an end.
Brent Lockhart is stepping down as head coach of the James Wood baseball team after six seasons.
Undefeated Region 4D champion Blacksburg dropped only three sets in ending Sherando’s girls’ tennis season 5-1 in Thursday’s Class 4 state semifinal match in Blacksburg.
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
WINCHESTER — The Woodgrove girls' soccer program is on a mission to win its first state championship since 2013, and the Wolverines certainly played with a purpose on Tuesday.
LEESBURG — Sometimes you dig a hole that is just too deep to climb out of — no matter how hard you try.
Monday, May 27, 2019
WINCHESTER — Mercer Love couldn’t wipe the grin off his face after the Judges dismantled defending state champion Riverside 5-0 in the Region 4C final on Monday.
BERRYVILLE — Page County forward Jared Melini gave the Clarke County boys’ soccer team a workout on Monday, but overall it was the Panthers who were putting in more work than they would have liked.
WINCHESTER — A year ago, the Handley boys’ track & field team rode a dominant four-win performance by Trey Causey to win the inaugural Region 4C meet by 25 points.
WINCHESTER — After Handley senior Taylor Beard completed the 300-meter hurdles on Saturday, she made her way off the track, collapsed onto her back on the infield, and put her hands on her head while she breathed deeply.
Friday, May 24, 2019
WINCHESTER — After setting down the high jump standard she had been carrying, Handley senior Taylor Beard stated, “I’m truly blessed. And honestly, I’m just a little tired right now.”
WINCHESTER — Here they come, Lynchburg.
Prior to Thursday’s Class 4 Northwestern District title game, the Sherando baseball team had not lost a game this season when giving up three runs or less.
WINCHESTER — James Wood softball coach Todd Baker could tell something wasn’t exactly right with his team during Friday’s Class 4 Northwestern District championship game against Fauquier at Ridge Field.
Thursday, May 23, 2019
WINCHESTER — The James Wood girls’ soccer team shut down Handley once, but the Judges showed on Thursday why it’s been so difficult for practically everyone else to do that this season.
WINCHESTER — Kettle Run coach Phil Roper couldn’t tell if striker Kris Schulte was upset when he missed a wide-open header early in Thursday’s Class 4 Northwestern District boys’ soccer final against Millbrook.
WINCHESTER — It’s been almost a year, but the painful memory still lingers with the Handley boys’ tennis team.