Sports: Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Caps Nab Final NHL Wild Card Spot, Corbin Struggles In Nats’ Loss In LA, Roan Set To Become JMU AD

TJ Oshie’s empty-netter secures Caps’ Wild Card spot in 2-1 win against the Flyers. Courtesy Capitals Radio Network…

Local Little Leaguers seeing success at state tournament

Front Royal little league All Stars picture used by permission by Genesis Henry and Manager Jesse Henry

Many local little leaguers are seeing success in the state tournaments taking place over the weekend.

Luray’s 9-11 softball team proudly brought home the state runner up title after falling in the championship game this morning.

Front Royal 8-10 boys rallied after falling in their first game 19-0 to win their next two games and advance as Pool 1 Runner Ups. 

They defeated Tuckahoe National at noon on Monday 8-4 and will play South County at 6 pm also on Monday with a chance to play in the State Championship Game on the line.

Front Royal Little League 8-10 year old all stars play Tuesday July 11 at 10 a.m. against Vienna for the state title.

Warren County’s Senior League softball team advanced out of pool play with a 19-8 win yesterday and will play at noon vs Matthew County.

Clarke/Strasburg’s 10-12 softball team also advanced out of pool play and won their first elimination game 4-1 over Poquoson. 

Clarke/Strasburg will take on Hugenot at 5 pm today in Culpeper.

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FRLL All Stars advance to state tournament; seek local support

Front Royal little league All Stars picture used by permission by Genesis Henry and Manager Jesse Henry

Front Royal Little League’s 8-9-10 All Stars won the Virginia District 3 championship last night in Elkton where they took down Bridgewater 1-0.

Hunter Seal had a dominant performance on the mound with eight strikeouts and Miles Henry scored the game winning run on a wild pitch.

The team dominated pool play averaging over 20 runs per game with five mercy rule victories.

They will now head to the Virginia State Tournament in Abingdon but are in need of funding to help support the trip.

Manager Jesse Henry and the team will attend the Front Royal Cardinals game on Monday night before the fireworks and will be accepting donations.

A Venmo account has also been established to receive donations, @OnTheWaytoStates.

Support your District Champs!

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Warren Coalition accepts nominations for Larry M. Funk Award

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The Warren Coalition is now accepting nominations for the Larry M. Funk Memorial Award for Outstanding Service to Children.

The award was established last year to recognize an individual who has shown dedication and service to the children of Warren County.

The award is open to anyone who serves children in any way, but if working with children is their profession, the nominator must express how they go above and beyond.

Nominators are asked to cite specific examples and list five outstanding qualities of the nominee.

Nominations can be made through a form found here.

All nominations must be entered by May 26, 2023 to be considered.

The selected recipient will receive $500 cash and a plaque at the Warren Coalition’s Annual Membership Luncheon in late July.

Roger Smelser was last year’s recipient thanks to his dedication to Front Royal Little League.

Larry M. Funk was a member of the Warren Coalition for over 20 years and served the community as the Warren County Sheriff’s Office DARE instructor for 27 years among many other ways.

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Sports: Monday, April 17, 2023

FRLL Action Tonight On 1450, Nats Rally To Beat Guardians, O’s Double Up Chisox

Listen to Joey Meneses’ game-winner and 2 great catches in the 9th as the Nats come from behind to beat Cleveland. Highlights courtesy of the Nationals’ Radio Network…

Sports: Tuesday, April 11, 2023

LL Coverage Tonight On 1450, Nats Get The Curly “W” In LA, Caps Down Isles


Jeimer Candelario ties the game with a clutch 2-out single in the Nats’ 6-4 win against the Angels. Courtesy of the Nationals Radio Network…


Dylan Strome gets the Caps off to a fast start in their 5-2 win over the Islanders last night. John Walton on the call, thanks to the Capitals Radio Network





FRLL Baseball Fundamentals Clinic

Front Royal Little League will be offering a fundamentals clinic at the new Arena Sports & Event Center

at 19959 Fort Valley Road in Strasburg Virginia.

There will be 2 different 4-week sessions for children ages 7-13. Each session will only allow for 30 children per

group. The ages for the first group are 7-9 and the second will be 10-13.

The events will start Wednesday January 4th through January 25th for the younger group,

times will be 5pm – 6:30pm.  For children ages 10-13 the events will start Tuesday January 3rd through January 24th

from 7pm-9pm.

The next groups will start on January 31st and February 1st, 2023.

The cost for the sessions is 50 dollars per child, signups are required and only the first 30 children will be registered.

To sign up call Charlene Thomas at 703-409-5654, You must be registered before going to the arena.


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