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Past articles by Eden:

Fort baseball looks to stabilize team with new coach

FORT DEFIANCE — Fort Defiance's baseball program will be in good hands with its newly hired baseball coach Damian Fink. → Read More

WWRC volunteers officiate at veterans wheelchair games

A core group volunteers from Staunton are officials at the National Veterans Wheelchair Games every year. → Read More

Video games may not be sports, but competition is tough

About two months ago, my boyfriend started playing a video game called The Division. → Read More

At the half: Riverheads soccer state semis

RADFORD — With the first half down and one half to go, Riverheads holds a solid 4-1 lead over Honaker. → Read More

Kasak, Riverheads gear up for state title shot

To say the Riverheads boys soccer team is anything less than serious state title contenders would be a lie. → Read More

Wilson duo head to states, look for redemption

FISHERSVILLE — It has been a whirlwind of a season for the Wilson girls tennis team. → Read More

Fort's Boyers takes state 3A shot put crown

On Friday, Boyers won the 3A state championship in shot put. → Read More

Patterson finds healing in hiking

To some, Hiking can be a hassle while others find the simple beauty in their surroundings on a trail. → Read More

SOCA U-15 boys sparkle in win over U.S. women's U-23 team

The SOCA team scored three times on the women's team. → Read More

Cycling group looks to inspire women

Every Wednesday at 6 p.m. a group of women with bikes meet at Queen City Brewery. → Read More

JMU's Rowe brings energy, passion to program

The Dukes look to reinvigorate its men's basketball program which has seen dwindling fan attendance and revenue over the last few years. → Read More

Hornets come alive late to beat the Bison

Sarah Sondrol's two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh gives Wilson the victory. → Read More

Buffalo Gap falls in 2A state quarterfinals

HARRISONBURG — Phillip Morgan knows that Shelby Stenzel and Destiny Harper can’t be replaced. But after Buffalo Gap’s 69-57 loss to Floyd County in the 2A State Quarterfinals, he has to start looking to the future. “(Destiny Harper and Shelby Stenzel) played over 100 games,” Morgan said. “They’ve been leaders on and off the floor. You don’t just replace that. We’ve got great kids coming along.… → Read More

Timberlake Christian tops Stuart Hall girls

Instead, Stuart Hall fell to Timberlake Christian 55-45 after a big win against Temple on Friday evening. → Read More

Grace boys fall short, look to the future

The Grace Christian boys team said goodbye to their season on Saturday in a 54-44 loss to Westover at the Ridgeview Christian gym. → Read More

Basketball tournaments moved to Saturday due to weather

It was announced Friday morning that the boys and girls Conference 36 finals and consolation games would be played on Saturday. → Read More

Wilson toughs it out to top Lee in semis

The Green Hornets advance to Monday's final to face Buffalo Gap. → Read More

Lou Michaels' days in Staunton remembered

Michaels, a 1954 SMA graduate who went on to standout college and pro football careers, died Jan. 19. He was 80. → Read More

Waynesboro celebrates senior swimmers

The Waynesboro swim and dive team celebrated its senior on Wednesday. → Read More

Harper's destiny to score 1,000 points for Gap

Buffalo Gap’s Destiny Harper scored her 1,000th career point Monday in a win over Fort Defiance. → Read More