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High School

  • SR and JF Going through a rough patch

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        Staunton River boys basketball fell to Blue Ridge Powerhouse Northside 64-29 Tuesday, Jan. 5.
        Northside took the lead in the first 21-6. River outscored Northside in the second but was unable to make a comeback. Northside led 28-14 at the half.
        Northside held River back in the second half of the game and finished with a 64-29 victory over the Eagles.

  • Liberty girls defeat Rockbridge; Forest defeats Amherst and Glass

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        Liberty girls basketball won its fourth victory of the season last Tuesday, Jan. 5. The Lady Minutemen defeated Rockbridge 56-49.
        Liberty started out strong taking over 14-4 in the first period. The Lady Minutemen extended their lead in the second 28-14.

  • JF visits West Virginia for tournament

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    Jefferson Forest traveled to West Virginia for a weekend of wrestling on Jan. 8-9. Beckley was the destination and The West Virginia Army National Guard Duals was the event, a grueling 2 day event of five matches per day with teams from VA, OH, SC, and of course WV.

  • Liberty and Staunton River Wrestling

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        Liberty traveled to Brookville to wrestle against E.C Glass and Brookville. However, Liberty and Brookville decided to wait until this Wednesday to wrestle each other. Liberty did wrestle E.C. Glass and won 42-30.

  • LHS, JF, SR swimming looking towards conference tournaments

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        Liberty’s swim team traveled to Sweet Briar on Tuesday, Jan. 5 for a quad meet against Brookville, Amherst and Appomattox.
        Brookville finished first overall  with a team score of 603; Appomattox finished second with 333; Liberty finished third with 295; and Amherst finished fourth with 275.

  • Wrestling Previews

    Jefferson Forest

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    The Jefferson Forest Wrestling Cavaliers have started the year with a young and inexperienced team. “We knew we were going to be in a rebuilding year because we had eight seniors graduate last year and one was our state champ,” said Coach Bill ‘Hutch’ Hutchinson.
    “We have a really young team and most of the time we have five or six freshmen in our lineup,” said Hutchinson.

  • Golden Eagles Fall to Rustburg

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    Staunton River traveled to Rustburg Tuesday, Dec. 29 for the Rustburg Christmas Tournament. River fell 59-44 to the Red Devils.
    “I thought we were decent defensively when we were able to stop transition and defend 5 on 5, but to their credit, they were able to turn us over and score in the open court,” said Coach Brandon Harris.
    Rustburg took over in the first leading 14-13. River made a comeback in the second to take the lead 25-24 at the half.

  • Lady Golden Eagles soar over Heritage

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    Staunton River girls basketball traveled to Heritage Tuesday, Dec. 29 for a non-district game. The Lady Golden Eagles notched a 43-41 victory over the Lady Pioneers.
    “I am proud of the girls for their ‘Never give up’ attitude. Even when we got down in the 4th quarter and we were in foul trouble, we just kept grinding and came back one basket at a time,” said Coach Kimberly Jones.
    Staunton River took the lead 10-9 in the first quarter. The Lady Golden Eagles extended their lead to 16-10 by halftime.

  • Lady Cavaliers participate in Daily Progress Holiday Classic

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    The Jefferson Forest girls basketball team traveled to Western Albemarle for the Daily Progress holiday classic tournament on Monday, Dec. 28 where Forest rolled over Western Albemarle 47-32.
    Forest took the lead 12-8 in the first. The Lady Cavaliers extended their lead in the second to 23-17.
    After halftime JF took the third and led 32-21. The Lady Cavaliers flexed in the fourth to finish 47-32.
    For Forest: Ashley Evans scored 22 points; Emily Deitrick 12, Cassie Pelletier 8, and Tiffany Carey 5.

  • Forest competes well at K Guard Classic

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    The Jefferson Forest boys basketball team traveled to Hidden Valley for the K Guard Classic on Dec 29-30. Jefferson Forest went 2-1 in the tournament and finished in second place. “To my knowledge this is the best we have done in this tournament in a very long time, maybe ever,” said Forest Coach Cameron Shepherd.
    In the second game the Cavaliers fell to Cave Spring 57-39.