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Past articles by Kenton:

District Babe Ruth baseball tournaments set to begin

The tournament trail to what will eventually be a World Series championship begins this week for local baseball players in the 12 leagues which compose District 4 of Babe Ruth Leagues of Virginia. Action first will take place in competition in the 12-under Cal Ripken division, with 13 and above to follow. The first of the local tournaments began Monday in the 12-year age bracket which plays on a… → Read More

Waynesboro's Sean Fridley makes the time to do it all

Little Giants senior letters in four sports and is ranked 4th academically → Read More

Gap's Rivenburg excels on the gridiron and in the classroom

Academically, the Gap senior has a 4.17 grade point average and currently ranks No. 7 in a senior class of 112. → Read More

Buffalo Gap inducts four into athletic hall of fame

Three athletes and a long time supporter compose 14th class → Read More

Waggy excels in competition cheer at the highest level

Stuarts Draft senior is school's fall student-athlete nominee → Read More

Ty Hevener is Wilson's fall student-athlete selection

Hevener holds a 4.0 grade point average, and ranks 13th in a senior class of just over 160. → Read More

Fort's Mozingo concentrates on volleyball

Senior is school's fall student-athlete selection → Read More

Versatile Hunsberger achieves right balance at Riverheads

Hunsberger, Riverheads' fall nominee for the City/County Student-Athlete of the Year, will have 15 varsity letters when she graduates in May. → Read More

Water at $4 a bottle sparks writer's interest

At University of Virginia football games, fans pay the price → Read More

Local high school football participation tumbles

Riverheads' Robert Casto believes year-round practice is, at least partly, to blame for drop in football players over the years. → Read More

History deconstructed: U.Va.'s iconic 'U-Hall' set for demolition

Virginia's former basketball arena holds many memories → Read More

Lee's Jayden Williams named City/County Student-Athlete of the Year

Senior who was all-state in two sports, selected from a field of 24 nominees. But football is not in his future. → Read More

Wilson's Ryan Aud talented in many areas

Green Hornet senior has been No. 1 on his school's tennis ladder since his freshman year and is No. 5 academically in his class. → Read More

Grow excels in volleyball for Grace Christian

Senior student-athlete also talented at soccer and proficient in the classroom while enjoying horse riding as a pastime → Read More

Cougars' Matthew Gordon excels at tennis

The Stuarts Draft senior, the school's top tennis player, has been selected as his school's spring student-athlete. → Read More

Fly fishing provides therapy for veterans with disabilities

Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing aids local veterans with disabilities, focusing on rehabilitation through fishing experiences. → Read More

Stuart Hall's Cole Whitmore talented in many fields

Cole Whitmore is all-state in basketball and soccer, and he repairs and restores motor boats while maintaining a 3.99 GPA. → Read More

Fort's Brittany Taylor Loves to Run

Student-athlete excels in three sports and for her senior Capstone Project, researched athletic injuries at her school, with some interesting results. → Read More

Hospice part of life for Ridgeview's Madeline Martin

Volunteer work at a Fishersville hospice has been rewarding for Ridgeview's Madeline Martin. → Read More

Riverheads' Bess Wood is always on target

Senior student-athlete excels in athletics and academics, and enjoys skeet shooting in her leisure time. → Read More