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.

Thursday, June 2, 2022

JMU 2022 Football Schedule

Remaining kickoff times to be announced by the Sun Belt and ESPN on Mondays, 12 days prior to each game.

Scheduled Games

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Eagles defeat Falcons to move on in Region B Softball

BERRYVILLE, Va.- The Clarke County Eagle softball team relied on a late rally to defeat the Central Falcons 2-1 in a Region B Quarterfinal matchup at Charles O. Grubbs Field. Abby Peace pitched a 4 hit one run victory, that was capped off by a Haley Farmer single that scored Anna Hornbaker from first base.

The Eagles will travel to Page County on Wednesday for semi final action against the Panthers.

Eagles catcher Haley Farmer, and pitcher Abby Peace along with Head coach Fly Lambert speak with Clarke County Sports after the game.

Thursday, November 18, 2021

Clarke County Sports Game of the Week Loudoun County 21 Handley 6

 WINCHESTER, Va.- The Loudoun County Captains defeated the John Handley Judges 21 -6 on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021 at the Handley Bowl.

The Captains scored on their first drive and never relinquished the lead.  The Captains travel to Broad Run this week and the Judges end their season  9-2.

Game Highlights below

Saturday, November 6, 2021

Eagles win Bull Run District Championship with 44-7 win over Page County

 BERRYVILLE, Va.-  The Clarke County Eagles defeated the Page County Panthers 44-7 last night at the Felt, Wilbur M. Feltner Stadium in Berryville, VA. The win gave the Eagles the Bull Run District Championship, the teams 22nd District title in the storied program. The Eagles will host a first round VHSL 2B regional game next Friday with the opponent to be determined.

Eagles players Titus Hensler, Matthew Sipe, Kyler Darlington, Clay Welsh, Jeremy Burns and Eagles Head Coach Casey Childs speak with Moe Murphy on the field after the game. Check back for more updates and also check our Facebook page for expaneded coverage.

Sunday, September 26, 2021

Eagles move to 4-0 with 22-12 win over Rams

STRASBURG,Va.-  For the second week in a row the Clarke County Eagles (4-0, 2-0) face an undefeated Bull Run District team, and for the second consecutive week the Eagles have came out on the winning end of a hard fought battle as the defeated the Strasburg Rams (3-1, 1-1) 22-12.

Kyler Darlington scored three touchdowns for the Eagles, 2 on the ground and a blocked punt return, and Christopher LeBlanc hit a 25 yard field goal to round out the scoring, the Eagles failed on 2 of their PAT's.

Darlington, along with Brandon Hindman, Matthew Sipe and Coach Casey Childs speak with Moe Murphy on the field after the big win.

Saturday, September 18, 2021

Eagles knock off Falcons to stay undefeated

BERRYVILLE, Va.- The Clarke County Eagles remained unbeaten as they defeated the Central Falcons 13-7 before a packed crowd at Wilbur M. Feltner Stadium on Friday.

Eagles running back Kyler Darlington scored the Eagles 2 touchdowns after amassing 180 yards on the ground.

The Eagles line play was again stellar as the Eagles pounded the ball from their opening drive and were successful in holding the high powered Falcon offense to one touchdown just before the first half as the teams went into the locker room tied at 7-7.

The Eagles took the lead in the 3rd quarter as Darlington went in for his second score on a sweep down the right sidelines breaking several tackles along the way and carrying Falcon defenders with him. After a penalty on the Eagles PAT, the kick was missed and the score remained 13-7 going into the final quarter.

The Eagles defense bent but did not break on Central's final drive. The Falcons were able to get to the Eagles 7 and broke a run up the middle as the Eagles defense stripped the runner and Titus Hensler recovered his second fumble of the night at the Falcons 1 yard line and the Eagles were able to run for three consecutive first downs with Darlington and Cordell Broy to run the clock out for the win.

The win moves Clarke to 3-1, 1-0 in the Bull Run District and Central falls to 3-1 overall and in the district.

The Eagles will travel to Strasburg to face the undefeated 3-0 Rams next Friday, kickoff is 7:00PM

Eagles players Alex Welsh, Titus Hensler, Kyler Darlington and Eagles Coach Casey Childs speak with Moe Murphy after the game. (Below).. Stay tuned for game highlights coming soon on the Clarke County Sports Game of the Week.