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Today's News

  • LHS adopts school damaged in flood from hurricane

        Dr. Kathleen Dills couldn’t be more proud of her school.

  • Jefferson Forest golf makes it six in a row

    Jefferson Forest’s golf team secured their sixth consecutive Seminole District match win of the season over Liberty Christian Academy, Amherst, and Heritage at Ivy Hills GC on Sept. 5.

    The Cavs nearly dropped their first Seminole District match on Aug. 30 but squeaked out the win by one stroke thanks to Isaac Simmons’ clutch six-foot birdie on the ninth hole. This time, Forest garnered a more comfortable ten-stroke win. The Cavs shot a collective 145 to best LCA by ten strokes, Amherst by 21 strokes and Heritage by 84 strokes.

  • Liberty revives competition cheer program

    Liberty high school is officially bringing back their competition cheer program for the fall 2017 season.

    Cassidy Hall, who is in her second year as the varsity sideline cheer coach, will also be spearheading the competition cheer program.

    Hall, currently in graduate school at Liberty University, brings a wealth of cheer expreience to an inexperienced competition cheer squad. Hall cheered for four years at Liberty University and was a member of Team USA in 2015.

  • Bedford County's XC teams clash at Knights Cross meet

    Liberty, Jefferson Forest and Staunton Rivers’ cross country teams clashed at the Knights Crossing meet in Salem.

  • Cavalier Fishing Club reels in first place at Philpott Lake

    Jefferson Forest’s Cavalier Fishing Club got off to an impressive start  by capturing first and seventh place at its first team tournament, the BNVA Youth HS South No. 1 at Philpott Lake on Sept. 10.

    This tournament was the first of three State qualifying tournaments held by Bass Nation Virginia (BNVA). The top five pairs of each tournament immediately qualify for the State tournament that feature teams from northern Virginia. In this tournament, the teams of two were given a five fish limit of 12 inches or better.

  • Lynsey Ball uses sports to battle cystic fibrosis

    Lynsey Ball radiates positivity. In just a short, ten-minute conversation, Ball’s hyper, bubbly attitude is guaranteed to put a smile on anyone’s face. You would never guess from her upbeat demeanor that Ball, a sophomore, three-sport athlete at Staunton River, has been battling cystic fibrosis (CF) her entire life.

  • JF continues to roll, Liberty splits games

    Liberty and Jefferson Forest faced off on Sept. 5, with the Cavs ultimately coming out on top and claiming Bedford County bragging rights (they beat Staunton River on Aug. 24).

    The Cavs have been off to a tremendous start so far, only dropping one game to a tough Lord Botetourt squad. Liberty’s smaller team has definitely picked up momentum as the season progresses, continuously posting more competitive results.

    The Minutemen managed to take a set off the Cavs after dropping the first two, 25-17 each.

  • Cavs fall in shootout with George Washington

    Offense was the name of the game between Jefferson Forest and George Washington on Sept. 8.

    After trading touchdowns the entire evening, the game would ultimately be decided by a 38-yard kick by the Eagles with 11 seconds remaining.

    While the Cavs fell in the shootout, their offense put on a stellar performance against one of the toughest team in the areas, according to Head Coach Bob Christmas.

  • Staunton River wrecks Altavista

    The 72-7 scoreline of the Staunton River/Altavista game will make you scratch your head with disbelief.

    Yep, you read it correctly, the Eagles logged in a mind-boggling 72 points on Sept. 8 against the Colonels.

    Head Coach Chuck Poston had previewed the match up as tough considering Altavista had won multiple State titles in the last decade.

    But alas, Friday’s match up was anything but challenging for the Eagles, who steamrolled Atlavista.

  • Liberty shuts down Christiansburg

    Liberty’s football team picked up where it left off two weeks ago by claiming another win on home soil.

    The Minutemen bested Christiansburg 27-13 to move to 2-0 on the season.

    Liberty jumped out early by scoring on its first drive as Taylor Carson rushed into the end zone.

    The Minutemen would hold the Blue Demons on the Demons’ 24-yard line and forced them to punt down to Liberty’s 30 to give the Minutemen another scoring opportunity.