Saturday, December 22, 2012

Raiders place second at Appalachian Duals, Wolverines take fourth

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

FRONT ROYAL, (12/22/12)- The Loudoun County Raiders captured second place in the sixteen team Applachian Duals losing in the Championship round to the Franklin County Eagles 56-12. The Raiders made it to the finals by defeating Centreville 48-21, and Skyline 47-21.

Franklin County went undefeated on the day with wins over Kettle Run 58-9, and Woodgrove 52-18 to advance to the Finals.

The Woodgrove Wolverines finished in fourth place losing to the host Skyline Hawks 45-26. Woodgrove went 2-2 on the day defeating Lake Braddock 45-33, and Centreville 45-30. The Wolverines also lost the tourament champions, Franklin County 52-18.

Skyline defeated Mountain View 41-28, Lake Braddock 37-33, and Woodgrove 45-26 and lost one match to Loudoun County 47-21.

Check back later on Clarke County Sports for more coverage from the tournament.

The Loudoun County Raiders placed second in the 16 team Appalachian Duals at Skyline High School .
photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy  Clarke County Sports

Appalachian Duals Day One Photo Gallery

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

FRONT ROYAL-(12/21/12) The Skyline Hawks hosted day one of the two day Applalachian Duals at Skyline High School.

The 16 team tournament includes > Skyline, Franklin County, Jefferson Forest, Centreville, Osbourn, Mountain View, North Stafford, Strasburg, Manassas Park, Central, Lake Braddock, Loudoun County, Briar Woods, Woodgrove, Kettle Run, and EC Glass.

Photo's from Loudoun Co vs. Jefferson Forest, Woodgrove vs. Centreville, Stasburg, vs Manassas Park, and Kettle Run vs. Skyline.



Friday, December 21, 2012

Heritage Pride Wrestling Photo Gallery at the Duals for the Warriors

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

LEESBURG, (12/15/12)- The Heritage Pride wrestling team participated in the Duals for the Warriors at Loudoun County High School. The tournament helped raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project.


George Mason Mustang Wrestling Photo Gallery at the Duals for the Warriors

By Michael "Moe" Murphy

LEESBURG, (12/15/12) The George Mason Mustangs competed in the Duals for the Warriors at Loudoun County High School. The Mustangs, out of the Bull Run District travled from Falls Church to help raise funds for the Wounded Warriors Project.

Coach Denny Price retires after 40 years at Mussleman

"From the Winchester Star"

Inwood, WV(12/21/12)After a storied career that stretched over five decades, the all-time winningest high-school football coach in West Virginia history is leaving the sideline.

Denny Price, head coach at Musselman High School since 1973, announced his retirement Thursday at a press conference/reception in the school’s library.

“As a young coach, winning is what it’s all about,” said Price, 63. “But as you grow older, that changes to watching kids develop. I’m going to miss it, but that time has come for me.”

Over Price’s four decades at the Applemen helm, his teams amassed 276 victories and won three state championships — in 1974 on the Single-A level and in 1982 and 1995 in AA competition.
That ’95 squad, with Price’s son Matt as quarterback, claimed the state title as the 16th seed, the last team to qualify for playoff competition.

This past fall, Price’s final Applemen edition compiled an 8-4 record, losing to eventual state champion Martinsburg in the AAA quarterfinals.

Waxing reminiscent about his chosen profession, Price said, “I’ve had a great staff. Relationships are what it’s about — working with people, and not just punching a time clock.

“I’ve heard other coaches say this, and I know I’m speaking for us all, but we’re so lucky to get up in the morning and not worry at all about going to work . . . It’s all about doing something every day of your adult life that makes you happy.”

Reprinted with permission of the Winchester Star ©2012

Warren County Wildcats Photo Gallery at the Duals for the Warriors

By Michael "Moe" Murphy

LEESBURG, - (12/15/12) The Warren County Wildcat wrestling team captured the 2012 Duals for the Warriors held at Loudoun County High School. The Wildcats went 5-0 on the day and were only pressed one time as they defeated Loudoun County 37-33.  Read full story for complete results by round.

Click read full story for more pictures and complete tournament stats

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Area wrestlers shine at Duals for the Warriors tournament

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Special to The Loudoun Times-Mirror

Raider Coach Joel Caruso recognizes Staff Sgt. Anthony Rico prior to the
Duals for the Warriors at LCHS.         Photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy
With the Dulles District season looming Dec. 19, Briar Woods, Tuscarora, Heritage and host Loudoun County competed in their final tune up at the Duals for the Warriors Dec. 15 in Leesburg.

The 10-team tournament, sponsored by Loudoun County High School and the Ranger Wrestling Club, benefited the Wounded Warrior Project.

Loudoun County coach Joel Caruso, also the tournament director, presented U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Anthony Rico with a plaque prior to the start of the tournament. Caruso served with Rico, a Purple Heart recipient who was wounded in Afghanistan. The Wounded Warrior Project had a display in the foyer and the Raiders raised more than $900 for the cause in sales of tournament T-shirts.

Visit the Loudoun Times-Mirror website for the full article with photo's

Redskins vs. Ravens photo gallery by Michael "Moe" Murphy at

Robert Griffin III enters FedEx Field prior to the
Battle of the Beltway.  Photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy
LANDOVER, MD-(12-9-12)- The Washington Redskins extended their winning streak to four games with a thrilling 31-28 overtime victory against the Baltimore Ravens Dec. 8 in front of a paid attendance of 81,178 at FedEx Field in Landover, Md.

The Redskins (7-6) are tied with the Dallas Cowboys for second place in the NFC East, one game behind the New York Giants. The Ravens fell to 9-4 on the season.

Washington 31, Baltimore 28 (OT)
-First Quarter
W: Morgan 4 pass from Griffin (Forbath kick) 9:38
B: Boldin 19 pass from Flacco (Tucker kick) 7:05
W: Morris 1 run (Forbath kick) 2:55
-Second Quarter
B: Boldin 31 pass from Flacco (Tucker kick) 10:16
B: Pitta 14 pass from Flacco (Tucker kick) 8:39
-Third Quarter
W: Forbath 48 field goal, 10:27
W: Forbath 49 field goal, 1:21
-Fourth Quarter
B: Rice 7 run (Tucker kick) 4:47
W: Garcon 11 pass from Cousins (Cousins run) 0:29
W: Forbath 34 field goal, 1:37

Continue to the Loudoun Times-Mirror's website to view Gallery

Military Bowl at RFK Stadium Information


 Tickets available for purchase and pick-up; Vouchers can be redeemed

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The RFK Stadium Box Office will be open for ticket purchases and will call pick-up for the 2012 Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman on Dec. 26 and 27. The Military Bowl, which benefits the USO, features No. 24 San Jose State vs. Bowling Green on Thursday, Dec. 27. Kickoff is 3 p.m. ET.

Box office windows are located at the Main Gate and will be open from Noon – 8 p.m. on Dec. 26 and from 9 a.m. – halftime on Dec. 27. Tickets, priced at $25 for reserved, $55 for premium reserved and $90 for VIP, can also be purchased at militarybowl.orgor

About the Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman
The Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman has been held in Washington, D.C.’s historic RFK Stadium since 2008. Organized by the DC Bowl Committee, Inc. and Events DC, the Military Bowl serves as a premier regional event benefiting the USO. With first-rate participants and events, the Military Bowl seeks to generate broad support for the USO, positively impact the regional economy, honor the U.S. military and solidify the nation’s capital as a leading college football destination. For more information, please visit

Briar Woods Falcons Wrestling Photo Gallery at the Duals for the Warriors

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

LEESBURG, -(12/15/12) The Briar Woods Falcon wrestling team competed in the Duals for the Warriors held at Loudoun County High School.  The Falcons placed fourth with a record of 4-1.

Briar Woods Michael Hulcher ((126) went 5-0 with 4 pins in less than a minute. The wins improved his record for the season to 9-0. Hulcher is ranked 1 in the Region and 2 in the State.

Mick Zahora (132) went 5-0 for the day and improved to 7-1 this season.

Round 1 Briar Woods 37, St. James, MD 36
Round 2 Warren County 65, Briar Woods 10
Round 3 Briar Woods 48, Clarke County 30
Round 4 Briar Woods 51, George Mason 24
Round 5 Briar Woods 60, Heritage 6

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Tuscarora Husky Wrestling Photo Gallery at the Duals for the Warriors

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

LEESBURG, -(12/15/12) The Tuscarora Husky wrestling team competed in the Duals for the Warriors to support the Wounded Warrior Project in Leesburg at Loudoun County High School.

Tuscarora placed fifth in the ten team tournament going 3-2. Tuscarora had a strong showing with three wrestlers going undefeated on the day. Alex McCord improved to 15-1 wrestling at 120 and was selected a tournament MVP. Jack Lord improved to 11-5 at 132, and Sam Brazer went 3-0 for the day improving to 10-2 at 113 pounds.

Round 1 Tuscarora 45, Falls Church 30
Round 2 St. James, MD 36, Tuscarora 24
Round 3 Tuscarora 42, Geoge Mason 31
Round 4 Tuscarora 61, Heritage 3
Round 5 Clarke County 41, Tuscarora 37


Clarke County Eagle Wrestling Photo Gallery Duals for the Warriors

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

LEESBURG, -(12/15/12) The Clarke County Eagle wrestling team attended the Duals for the Warriors held at Loudoun County High School in Leesburg on Dec. 15. The Eagles finished tied for 6th going 2-3 on the Day.

The Eagles wrestled tough all day wrestling four out of the top five teams and winning their last two matches of the day.

Round 1 Loudoun County 61, Clarke County 18
Round 2 Paul VI 54, Clarke County 27
Round 3 Briar Woods 48, Clarke County 30
Round 4 Clarke County 39, Falls Church 28
Round 5 Clarke County 41, Tuscarora 37


Chief Update...Chief Zee looking forward to Dallas

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Redskins Correspondent
Clarke County Sports/

LANDOVER-(12/9/12) Zema "Chief Zee" Williams spoke with Moe Murphy prior to the "Battle of the Beltway at FedEx Field. The Chief talks about the team and the future of his beloved Redskins.

Loudoun County Raider Wrestling Photo Gallery Duals for the Warriors

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

LEESBURG, -(12/15/12) The Loudoun County Raiders placed third in the 2012 Duals for the Warriors held at the Raiders home mat in Leesburg. Brian Monroy (120), Matt Sun (126), Logan Smith (138), Hunter Day (160), and Alex Reader (182) all went undefeated for the Raiders. Matt Sun was selected one of five tournament MVP's.

“I just found my rhythm today, it was great.” Sun said, “I didn’t have to think about my moves, they were just like habits. I needed to get points for my team and that motivated me to go for pins to get the bonus points. The match against Paul VI was my toughest match. Looking back on it I wished I could have pinned the kid to get the extra points for my team.”
The Raiders narrowly missed the championship round coming up just 4 points short of knocking off tournament champion Warren County.
Round 1 Loudoun County 68, Clarke County 18
Round 2 Loudoun County 56, Falls Church 20    
Round 3 Warren County 37, Loudoun County 34
Round 4 Paul VI 39, Loudoun County 29               
Round 5 Loudoun County 61, St. James, MD 6

Duals for the Warriors Main Photo Gallery

All Photo's by Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

LEESBURG, -(12/15/12) The Loudoun County Raiders and the Ranger Wrestling Club hosted the Duals for the Warriors to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. Staff Sgt. Anthony Rico was honored prior to the First Round.

Check back with Clarke County Sports for more photo's from the event for each local team....


Monday, December 17, 2012

Wildcat's take Duals for the Warriors at LCHS

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Clarke County Sports

The Warren County Wildcats captured the Duals for the Warriors at LCHS.  
 Photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy Clarke County Sports
LEESBURG-, (12/15/12) The Warren County Wildcat's outlasted 9 other teams in Duals for the Warriors hosted by the Loudoun County Raiders and the Ranger Wrestling Club to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.
Check back for more coverage of the meet and also check coverage at

Team Scores:
1st   Warren County 5-0
2nd  Paul IV 4-1
3rd   Loudoun County 3-2
4th   Briar Woods 4-1
5th   Tuscarora 3-2
6th   Clarke County 2-3, Falls Church 2-3,
8th   George Mason 1-4, St. James, MD 1-4
10th Heritage 0-5

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Stone Bridge Football Championship Press Conference

CHARLOTTESVILLE, - (12-08-12) The Stone Bridge Bulldogs lost a thriller in the 2012 VHSL AAA Division 5 Football Championship to the Lake Taylor Titans 20-14 at Scott Stadium.

Bulldog Head Coach Mickey Thompson and seniors Jon Allen, Ryan Burns, and Rassaun Goldring met with the media following the heartbreaking loss.

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Redskins comeback to win "the Battle of the Beltway"

By Michael "Moe" Murphy
Washington Redskins Correspondent
Clarke County Sports  /

Robert Griffin III leaves the field in the fourth 
quarterwith a knee injury. 
           Photo Michael "Moe" Murphy/ LTM / CCS
LANDOVER, MD- (12/9/12) The Washington Redskins battled the elements, injuries, and a tough Baltimore Raven squad and came out with a thrilling 31-28 overtime victory in front of 81,178 screaming fans. Kai Forbath's 34 yard field goal at 11:47 in overtime was the deciding factor.

“It was huge. Huge win for our team."Forbath said, " I was telling [punter] Sav [Rocca] that a lot of NFL games come down to field goals and we hadn’t had one, so I kind of had a feeling today was going to and it did. Fortunately, we came out on the right side of it.”
The Redskins had to come from behind without their field general Robert Griffin III. Griffin was injured in the fourth quarter, left the game, returned and then left for the remainder of the game with a knee injury.

“I was trying to make a play. I got outside and turned inside, and once I turned inside, I said ‘Oh lord, here we go,’ and got down."Griffin said, "I protected myself in that regard. It was just a freak play. My leg got hit while I was going down and after I was already down, my leg got hit again. It was a pretty painful experience, but I will be alright.”

Kirk Cousins entered the game and was able to complete the game tieing drive finished off by a two point quarterback draw to knot the score at 28-28 with 29 seconds to go in the game.

“The touchdown was an off-schedule play, I tried to start my read and did not feel comfortable in the pocket and waiting on it."Cousins said, "So I thought ‘I am going to make something happen and try to do my best ‘RGIII,’ if you will. Pierre ended up coming off his route and breaking away, breaking open, wide open, all I had to do was put it in his arms.”

Redskins linebacker London Fletcher celebrates after an interception
photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy  / LTM / CCS 2012

Baltimore appeared to have the game put away when Ray Rice scored on a 7 yard run with 4:47 to go in the game to put the Ravens up by eight.

Obviously, I’m very proud of our team on the way we kept fighting." Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan said, "We had some outs in the game, but with the way we finished it, the way the guys stepped up and made some plays at the end of the game was very impressive. I’m really proud of the way the guys played.”

After the Redskins appeared to lose a fumble on the ensuing kickoff the call was overturned and the ball was maintained by Washington. The drive started with Robert Griffin III and ended with Kirk Cousins at the helm.

“It was a hard, tough and disappointing loss. Congratulations to the Redskins for getting it done the way they did at the end of the game."Raven Coach John Harbaugh said, "They deserved to win because of the way they played at the end of the game, but we are not going to be disheartened."
 Video camera operator William "Billy " Ector

Friday, December 7, 2012

Redskins vs. Giants photo gallery at

Pierre Garcon caught eight passes for 106 yards, including an 8-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter, to help the Washington Redskins defeated the New York Giants, 17-16, Dec. 3.
—Times-Mirror Photo/Michael “Moe” Murphy
The Washington Redskins held the New York Giants to three second-half points on their way to a 17-16 victory over the defending Super Bowl champions Dec. 3 in front of an announced crowd of 80,246 spectators at FedEx Field in Landover, Md.

The Redskins extended their winning streak to three games
and evened their record at 6-6. The Giants - who won the first meeting between the NFC East rivals, 27-23 on Oct. 21 - slipped to 7-5.

Washington scored the go-ahead points early in the fourth quarter. Robert Griffin III connected with Pierre Garcon on an 8-yard touchdown pass and Kai Forbath converted the ensuing extra point to give the Redskins a 17-16 lead they would not relinquish.

Garcon finished with eight receptions for 106 yards. Alfred Morris churned out 124 yards on 22 carries. Griffin completed 13 of 21 passing attempts for 163 yards and also rushed for 72 yards.
London Fletcher led the Redskins defensively with 12 combined tackles. Madieu Williams added seven stops. Fletcher extended his consecutive games played streak to 236, tied for the longest active streak in the NFL.

Washington will host the Baltimore Ravens at FedEx Field on Dec. 9 at 1 p.m. Fans are encouraged to bring new, unwrapped toys to support the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation “Touchdown for Tots” toy drive. Local Marines will be stationed at all stadium gates and suites entrances with collection bins.  by Carl Lukat / Timespapers

State championship streak on the line Saturday by Michael "Moe" Murphy

When the Briar Woods Falcons and the Stone Bridge Bulldogs take the field Dec. 8 at their respective state championship game sites, both teams will look to continue an impressive streak of a Loudoun school, more specifically an Ashburn school, winning a state football title each of the last five years.

Stone Bridge started the run with its 2007 state championship. Broad Run followed with back-to-back titles in 2008 and 2009, and Briar Woods extended the streak with consecutive state crowns in 2010 and 2011.

Despite the recent success, Loudoun has not fielded two state football champions in the same season. That could change this year as Stone Bridge and Briar Woods both take undefeated records into the final week of the 2012 season.

Read the complete story with photo's at

State championship streak on the line by Moe Murphy at

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Chief Z not worried about Giants

LANDOVER, -(12-3-12) Zema "Chief Z" Williams was on hand at FedEx Field for Monday Night Football and spoke briefly to Moe Murphy just prior to kick off. The Redskins won the game 17-16 and Redskins running back Alfred Morris eclipsed the 1,000 yard mark for the season.

Monday, December 3, 2012

VHSL State Semi Finals Football Scoreboard via

State Semifinals - Saturday, Dec. 1
Group AAA
-Division 5
Stone Bridge 28, Hanover County 21
Lake Taylor 23, North Stafford 21

-Division 6
Ocean Lakes 21, Hylton 14
L.C. Bird 41, Oakton 17

Group AA
-Division 4
Briar Woods 45, Courtland 15
Heritage (Lynchburg) 24, Salem 16

-Division 3
Brookville 31, Tunstall 7
James Monroe 37, Kettle Run 30 (3 OT)

All Winchester Star 1st Team Football Squad

WINCHESTER, - (12-1-12) The Winchester Star named their All Area Football team, based on their coverage area of Winchester, Frederick County and Clarke County.

Clarke's Davey Hardesty was a first team selection at RB, DB, Punter, and KR

Clarke County's Davey Hardesty tops Winchester Star Honors
photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy Clarke County Sports

1st Team All Winchester Star
Justin Neff — Millbrook — Senior — QB
Neff led the area in passing yards (2,200) and TDs (21). He completed 137 of 270 passes and threw 14 interceptions. A first team All-Northwestern District selection, Neff’s yardage and touchdowns were the area’s highest since 2007 (Sherando’s Ross Metheny, 2,207 yards, 24 TDs).

Taylor Loudan — Sherando — Senior — RB
Loudan led the area in rushing yards (1,592) and led his team with 10 rushing TDs and a 7.1 average on 223 attempts. He also led his team in receptions (16, for 214 yards and 2 TDs) and completed 19 of 39 passes for 246 yards and a TD. Loudan was the Northwestern District Offensive Player of the Year.

Justin Anderson — Millbrook — Senior — RB
Anderson led his team in rushing yards (1,222) and led his team with 13 rushing TDs and a 7.1 average on 173 attempts. He also had 16 catches for 142 yards. Anderson was a first team All-Northwestern District selection.

Davey Hardesty — Clarke County — Senior — RB
Hardesty led his team in rushing yards (1,454, on 183 carries) and led the area in rushing TDs (25), total TDs (30), points (186) and yards per carry (7.9). He also led his team in receptions (28), receiving yards (454) and receiving TDs (four). Hardesty was a second team All-Region B selection and was first team All-Bull Run District.

T.J. Bruce — Millbrook — Senior — WR
Bruce led the area in receiving yards (876) and receiving TDs (12) and led his team with 44 catches. A first team All-Northwestern District selection, Bruce’s yardage and TDs were the area’s highest since 2000 (Handley’s Adam Dutton, 1,111 yards, 14 TDs).

Justin Washington — Handley — Sophomore — WR
Washington led the area in receptions (45) and led his team with 630 receiving yards and seven touchdown catches. Washington was a first team All-Northwestern District selection.

Josh Wagner — Sherando — Senior — TE
Wagner led his team in receiving yards (232) and receiving touchdowns (four) and made 13 catches. He was a second team All-Northwestern District selection.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Falcons soar to their third consecutive championship game

Cory Colder rushed for 4 touchdowns against Courtland
photo by Michael "Moe" Murphy/Clarke County Sports
By Michael "Moe" Murphy / Clarke County Sports

BRAMBLETON, (12-1-12) The Briar Woods Falcons punched their third consecutive ticket to Liberty University to play in the VHSL Region II Championship. The Falcons defeated the Courtland Cougars 45-14 at home to extend their current winning streak to 28 games.
Senior running back Cory Colder shouldered the load, (pardon the pun) rushing for four touchdowns and gaining over 180 yards with an injured shoulder that has hampered him for several weeks.
“My line has done amazing over the past few years and have added to my successes.” Colder said, “When you have a great offensive line that’s the centerpiece for success. They’ve done a great job over the past couple of years.”
Courtland played the Falcons tough in the first half and went to the locker room trailing 17-9 at the half. The Falcons were able to blow the game open with four consecutive scores in the third and fourth quarters before removing the starters.
“As a team the first half we kind of tried to force things and then we focused on what we could control. “Falcon quarterback Trace McSorley said, “The second half showed we can pull away from teams if we just do what we have to do.”
Junior quarterback Trace McSorley passed for a touchdown to Cam Serigne and raced 80 yards up the left sideline resembling RG3 for another score. The third year starter has compiled a record of 41-3.
When asked about the run McSorley said, “It felt good; I had a couple runs that I had got caught on earlier in the year. It felt good to finally break one and get all the way to the end zone.”
The win over Courtland sends the Falcons to the championship game this Saturday at Liberty University against Heritage-Lynchburg winners over L.C. Bird. The two time defending champions want to complete the perfect season and once again bring the Gold back to Ashburn.
It’s bittersweet, I can’t believe we are at the end of the season.”Colder said. “We’ve reached our goal, we are there. We just have to win it.”.........
Clarke County Sports was on hand when Falcon Coach Charlie Pierce spoke with the media. 
"What it comes down to sometimes is we look at what did we do that allowed the other team success." Coach Charlie Pierce

Trace McSorley speaks with Moe Murphy after win

Trace McSorley QB/DB Briar Woods
photo by Moe Murphy/Clarke County Sports
BRAMBLETON, - (12-1-12) Briar Woods Falcons QB/DB Trace McSorley speaks with Moe Murphy from Clarke County Sports after the Falcons defeat the Courtland Cougars 45-15 in the VHSL Region II Div 4 semi finals at BWHS.

McSorley the 6'1 175 JR is a 3 year starter and is currently riding a 28 game winning streak and has a career record of 41-3. McSorley has two VHSL State Championship rings and is going for a third try next Saturday against Heritage-Lynchburg.

Boston College has shown interest in McSorley as well as many other NCAA schools during the fall.

Tuscarora Duals Wrestling Photo Gallery by Moe Murphy

LEESBURG, - (12-1-12) The area high school wrestling season kicked off yesterday and many local schools participated in the Tuscarora Duals at Tuscarora High School in Leesburg.

Moe Murphy from Clarke County Sports was at ringside during the third round of the Duals. Enjoy the photo's taken at the event.