The Duke’s Preview: Warren County vs Clarke County featuring Coach Breeden

This week’s Friday Night Game of the Week on Fox Sports Radio 1450, The River 95.3 and streaming at and the Tune In Radio App features Clarke County (3-0) hosting Warren County (0-2), two team’s trending in opposite directions.

There is still plenty of time for Head Coach Josh Breeden’s Wildcats to turn things around and they have showed some bright spots.

Sr. Sully Zewar has looked strong at wide receiver, a position featured much more in the new spread offense.

Sr. QB PJ Dellinger has showed confidence at quarterback, his first year in the position.

Before the bye week, Millbrook applied a lot of pressure on Dellinger, but he stayed calm and confident in the pocket throughout the game.

The early bye week could help Warren County get their offense back on track, as they are still scoreless in the second half of their first two games.

Clarke County looks to be back in their usual form as a power in Class 2.

They have destroyed their opponents through the first three games averaging 38.7 points per game and allowing just 6.7 points per game.

Clarke County relies on a balanced rushing attack with a number of ball carriers who carry the ball efficiently.

The entire offensive line returned from last season and features four seniors.

They helped lead the Eagles to 305 yards on the ground against Buffalo Gap last week.

Warren County’s bye week and recent experience against Millbrook’s single wing offense could help the Wildcats keep it close early, but Clarke County’s rushing attack may be too much, Eagles 34- Wildcats 16.

Press play below to hear my interview with Warren County Head Coach Josh Breeden.

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Medical emergency causes confusion at CCHS

The Clarke County Sheriff’s Office would like to advise the community that there was not an intruder or violent situation at Clarke County High School (CCHS) on Friday afternoon.

There was a medical emergency at the High School and the school issued a shelter in place while the medical emergency was taking place.

After the announcement for the shelter in place was made a student sent a text message to their parents stating there was an intruder.

This caused a law enforcement response.

At no time was there an intruder or violent situation going on.

If you have any questions, contact Chief Deputy Sumption at 540-955-1234.

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CCHS soccer programs contend for state titles

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Clarke County High School’s boys and girls soccer teams advanced to the 2A VHSL State Championship Games which will be held today at Roanoke College.

The girls team beat last year’s champion then last year’s runner up by a combined score of 12-1 to reach the title game.

The undefeated Eagles will take on Central-Wise at 10 am.

The boys team had a comeback victory over Radford to advance to a state championship rematch of last year against Glenvar, where the Eagles emerged victorious 3-2.

That game will be held after the girl’s championship, estimated for 12:30.

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