Sunday, August 14, 2022

Friday Night Lights Clarke Co vs Jefferson Co 8 12 22

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, Wv.- Clarke County Sports Chief Photographer Doug Aylestock was at Jefferson County High School to capture the scrimmage between Clarke County and Jefferson County. 

Clarke Co at Jefferson Co Football Scrimmage 8 12 2022

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, Wv.- The Clarke County Eagles traveled to Shenandoah Junction, WV on Friday to face the Jefferson County Cougars in their annual summer scrimmage. 

Eagles Head Coach Casey Childs and Cougars Head Coach Craig Hunter speak with Clarke County Sports after the scrimmage.


Tuesday, July 19, 2022

Shenandoah Hornets release 2022 Football Schedule

The 2022 Shenandoah University Hornets football schedule has been announced the Hornets will play 5 games home at Shentel Stadium and Clarke County Sports is once again happy to able to cover the Hornets this season. All games are broadcast on 95.3 The River. For an in depth article on this years season click the link below  to read Matt McIntosh's article at the Official SU Athletics site.

Looking Back....2013 Redskins Rookie Camp

 ASHBURN, Va.- As training camp 2022 approaches, we take a look back at the 3rd and final day to the 2013 Washington Redskins Rookie camp held in Ashburn Va. A glimpse of the workout and interviews with Richmond Spiders Rodney Barnes and Daryl Hamilton, both defensive backs invited for a tryout along with the 2nd round pick for the Redskins David Amerson DB out of NC State.

Tuesday, July 12, 2022

Eagles to become Road Warriors this season

BLUEMONT, Va.- With the recent release of the Virginia High School League 2022 master high school football this years Clarke County Eagle squad will have more than their share of travel time this season as they will only host 4 games at the Felt and will go on the road for  6 of their contests.

Eagles Head Coach Casey Childs with Moe Murphy

"A mid cycle change with a school in the BRD caused scheduling disruption," Eagles Head Coach Casey Childs said. "We certainly need to take advantage of our home date opportunities."

The Eagles will have 2 scrimmages this season, traveling to Shenandoah Junction, WV for their annual scrimmage against the Jefferson County Cougars on Aug 12 at 6:00PM and the returning to the Felt on Aug. 18 to scrimmage Berkeley Springs, WV.

"Having 2 scrimmages this year will help as we will have a lot of youth on the field and we will need a lot of reps for our guys to get up to speed," Childs said. "Jefferson always presents a great challenge with their size and athleticism at the skill position.  We were able to get Berkeley Springs back on board this year as that was an annual matchup for a number of years. "

The Eagles open at the Felt on Aug 26 against the Warren County Wildcats. The remainder of the opponents match last years teams with 4 non district games, along with the Wildcats the Eagles will again face Manassas Park and Meridian (formerly George Mason).

The Eagles add a new opponent this year as the travel to South Riding to face third year Lightridge High School to replace the vacancy left when Mountain View (formerly Stonewall Jackson) dropped out of football for the 2022 season.

"Lightridge came into the schedule when Mountain. View opted out of varsity football mid cycle which left a hole for many of the schools within the Bull Run," Childs said. "We thought we had the date filled on a couple different occasions but all fell through.  Lightridge AD [Jason Treon] and I were able to work the date into both of our schedules and the game came into fruition.  Certainly a tough road contest against a school from Loudoun." 

In their six road games the Eagles will travel approximately 758 miles round trip. The one thing Clarke County has going for them is they always have strong fan support no matter how far the Eagle Faithful have to travel.

PHOTO Courtesy / 2022 Clarke County Eagles Football Team


Monday, July 4, 2022

Fred Smoot Interview at Apple Blossom

 WINCHESTER,Va. -  Former Washington Redskin and Minnesota Viking Fred Smoot was on hand at the Apple Blossom 2022 Partlow Insurance Sports Breakfast and stopped by to speak with Moe Murphy from Clarke County Sports

Friday, June 24, 2022

Redskins Great Brig Owens passes away

ASHBURN, Va.- Washington strong safety Brig Owens, who became a mainstay of the team's secondary in the 1960s and 1970s and was a Ring of Fame inductee, died Wednesday morning. He was 79. 

Owens, a seventh-round draft pick by the Dallas Cowboys in 1965, joined Washington in 1966 and spent 12 seasons with the team. He started in 123 of 156 games, recording 36 interceptions and 10 fumble recoveries. He also scored five interceptions, three of which came during his first two seasons in Washington. (Zach Selby) See the full obituary provided by the Washington Commanders below:

Brig Owens Obituary by Zach Selby at     

Clarke County Sport's Moe Murphy interviewed Brig at Redskins Alumni Day at FedEx Field in Landover, MD on Nov 4, 2013

Sunday, June 5, 2022

Eagles defeat Mountaineers to advance in Region B Boys Soccer

 BERRYVILLE, Va.- The Clarke County Eagles boys soccer team started their quest for the VHSL 2A  Boys Soccer Championship. The Eagles moved to 20-0 defeating the Madison County Mountaineers 5-0 at Wilbur M. Feltner Stadium. The win moves the Eagles into Friday's championship game against Central.

The Eagles got goals from Chris LeBlanc (2), Charlie Frame, Caleb Neiman, and Leo Morris. Kyler Darlington supported by a stellar defense got the shutout for the Eagles in the net.

Game Highlights can be seen below.