February is the month of love. Do you have a loved one who has issues with hearing loss?
Harrisonburg outfielder Shane Billings was voted the Valley League Most Valuable Player among league administrators and media representatives. Charlottesville’s Hayden McCutcheon was voted the Pitcher of the Year.
Better hearing is right around the corner. Hearing Healthcare of Virginia offers a Community Wellness program that offers a free baseline hearing screening to anyone over the age of 50. It’s only 15 minutes, and it’s free.
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Schedule a free hearing screening appointment with Hearing Healthcare of Virginia in November, and get a $10 voucher toward your turkey, just in time for your family dinner!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the dash of pink that we see everywhere is a constant reminder to women of the importance of taking care of their health and well-being.
Hearing Healthcare of Virginia, with six locations in the Shenandoah Valley and Central Virginia, launched a new Community Wellness Program on Sept. 1 for anyone age 50+.
The Virginia Department of Transportation has scheduled a single-day closure on part of South Durant Road (Route 154) in Covington for Wednesday, October 1, from 9 a.m. to about 3 p.m.
Recent studies have shown a direct link between hearing loss and diabetes, dementia, cardiovascular disease and depression. Citing these studies, the American Medical Association is recommending that everyone over the age of 50 have an annual hearing screening.
D.J. King should have been at a loss for words. His Waynesboro Generals team, which had played so well down the stretch, winning nine in a row at one point, going 16-5 just to get to Game 3 of the Jim Lineweaver Cup with a shot to clinch the Valley League championship at home, seemed to be falling apart in front of his very eyes.
Staunton first baseman Gunnar McNeill was voted the Valley League Most Valuable Player in a vote of league administrators and media. McNeill was joined by Front Royal’s Jake Harper as the Pitcher of the Year.
Interviews with Waynesboro Generals coach D.J. King, starting pitcher Kevin Doherty and center fielder Cole Gruber after Waynesboro’s 4-3 win over Covington on Aug. 3 that sent the Generals to their second straight Valley League championship series.
Covington had the go-ahead run on first base with nobody out in the ninth, but Waynesboro Generals reliever Will Lowman was able to get out of the two-on, no-out jam, and the Generals advanced to the Valley League championship series with a 4-3 win over the ‘Jacks in front of 825 fans at Kate Collins Field Sunday night.
The Covington Lumberjacks take on the Waynesboro Generals in the deciding Game 3 of their Valley League semifinal playoff series. WKDW’s Kris Neil will handle the play-by-play, with Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham on color commentary. The winner advances to the best-of-three championship series against the Charles Town Cannons.
Charles Cooper pitched a complete-game five-hit shutout, and Covington forced a deciding Game 3 in whitewashing the Waynesboro Generals, 9-0, on Saturday night.
Valley League playoff scoreboard for Aug. 1, plus updated schedules.
Waynesboro Generals play-by-play announcer Kris Neil interviews first baseman Mike McClellan and winning pitcher Micah Gorman after the Generals’ 6-4 win over the Covington Lumberjacks in Game 1 of their Valley League semifinal playoff series on Aug. 1.
A three-run Mike McClellan double keyed a five-run Waynesboro Generals fifth, and Micah Gorman pitched into the eighth inning in a strong outing on the mound, lifting Waynesboro to a 6-4 win over Covington in Game 1 of their Valley League semifinal series Friday night.
A seven-run fifth broke open a close game, and the Waynesboro Generals advanced to the second round of the 2014 Valley League playoffs with a 10-4 win over the Aldie Senators.
A dominant performance from starting pitcher Ryan Castellanos lead the Harrisonburg Turks past the Covington Lumberjacks 3-1 in Game 1 of the VBL quarterfinals.
Southpaw pitcher Brock Hunter of the Strasburg Express was named the Valley League’s final D-BAT Player of the Week for July 21-27.
The Waynesboro Generals have clinched the #2 seed in the 2014 Valley League playoffs and will open the postseason at home at Kate Collins Field on Tuesday.
The Harrisonburg Turks clinched the 2014 Valley Baseball League pennant with a 2-0 win over the Covington Lumberjacks in a rain-shortened game on Saturday night.
A five-run, fifth-inning explosion powered the Harrisonburg Turks past the New Market Rebels 8-3 on Friday night.
Zach Williamsen gave up one earned run in five innings, and Kyle Pitts hit his first homer of the season, pushing the Waynesboro Generals to a 6-2 win over the Covington Lumberjacks Wednesday night at Kate Collins Field, completing a doubleheader sweep.