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High school sports provide example of unity

High school sports provides an opportunity to unify people of different races and backgrounds.

The Rockingham County Baseball League will return June 27.

James Madison University Director of Athletics Jeff Bourne released a public statement Monday on Twitter in response to recent protests of racial injustice throughout the country.

WHSV is recognizing local high school spring senior athletes whose 2020 season was shut down due to COVID-19.

Following the standards established by the State of Virginia and Montgomery County public health officials, Virginia Tech athletics is preparing this week to open the Beamer-Lawson Practice Facility and the Steve Johnson practice fields for voluntary football strength and conditioning workouts.

Former JMU football player John Daka participates in peaceful protest

Former Spotswood star Irvine commits to play baseball at High Point

Important RCBL meeting set for Monday night

JMU 2021 commit QB Atkins says Dukes' offense is perfect fit

Katie Scott wins this year's WHSV community service award

Spotswood's Shifflett key part of new state-wide coaches association

DIGITAL EXTRA: TJ Eck talks with Sam Herder about HERO Sports preseason poll

Riverheads holds signing day for multiple student-athletes

WHSV honors the 2020 Student Athletes of the Week

Tristan Shoemaker: Star on the diamond for Fort Defiance

Five Dukes named to HERO Sports FCS Preseason All-America Team

JMU ranked No. 5 in HERO Sports preseason poll

No return to Valley in 2020 for VBL veteran Cole

Dukes land another commitment from 3-star recruit

Panel discusses COVID-19's impact on JMU athletics

JMU football strengthens 2021 class

JMU men's golf coach Forbes retires from coaching

WHSV Sports Presents: Fiza's Perseverance

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