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High School

  • Cavalier Boys with another dominant performance

    The Jefferson Forest Cavaliers jumped in the Jamerson YMCA pool to take on the Liberty Christian Academy Bulldogs and the E.C. Glass Hilltoppers.
        

    Glass’ girl’s team placed first with 92 points, Jefferson Forest followed that with 59 points and Liberty Christian Academy scored 18. The Cavaliers’ boy’s team cruised to a win scoring 111, Glass finished second with 43 points and Liberty Christian with 16 points.
        

  • Cavalier Boys with another dominant performance

    The Jefferson Forest Cavaliers jumped in the Jamerson YMCA pool to take on the Liberty Christian Academy Bulldogs and the E.C. Glass Hilltoppers.
        

    Glass’ girl’s team placed first with 92 points, Jefferson Forest followed that with 59 points and Liberty Christian Academy scored 18. The Cavaliers’ boy’s team cruised to a win scoring 111, Glass finished second with 43 points and Liberty Christian with 16 points.
        

  • One Heck of a Ride

    by: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Thankful. That was one of the first words that came to the mind of Golden Eagles superstar Grayson Overstreet when looking back at this season.
     

    A historic season for Staunton River in which the team tied a school record for wins with 13 before falling just short of their ultimate goal of winning a state championship.
     

  • Liberty comes up short against LCA

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    The Liberty Minutemen boy’s basketball team hit the road, in search of their first win, and paid a visit to the Liberty Christian Academy Bulldogs.
     

    Liberty Christian is one of the top teams in the Seminole District and the Minutemen gave them all they could handle but it was not enough. The Bulldogs defeated the Minutemen 47-39.
     

  • The NFL Lacks Identity

       

    For the first time in recent memory the NFL is in foreign territory, neck deep in water and struggling to keep its head above. The NFL has no identity.
     

    The league has become the unfortunate personification of Spongebob when he lost his name tag and then proceeded to lose his mind because it meant he had no identity.
        

    That is the current state of the NFL, although it’s handling it a tad better than Mr. Squarepants did, in the public eye at least.
        

  • Ospreys go 2-1 following Thanksgiving break

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    In the Ospreys return to the court following Thanksgiving break the team put forth a dominant performance against Parkway Christian Academy.
     

    Smith Mountain Lake Christian Academy doubled the Eagles score in a 64-32 victory.
     

    The Ospreys were in control the entire game and showcased their defensive ability by holding the Eagles to single digit scoring in all four quarters.
     

  • Jefferson Forest takes down Liberty

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com
     
    The first matchup of the season between the Liberty Minutemen and the Jefferson Forest Cavaliers saw no shortage of action. The Minutemen traveled to face the Cavaliers and thanks to a strong second half the Cavaliers came away with a 60-44 victory.
     

  • Heritage haults Staunton River

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    The stands filled to the brim on Saturday for the highly anticipated matchup between the Heritage Pioneers and the Staunton River Golden Eagles. Fans had to get to the stadium over two hours before kickoff to get a parking spot in the actual school parking lot and the grass surrounding the parking lot. The Pioneers were the only thing standing in the Golden Eagles way to get back to the Class 3 State Championship, where their season ended last season.
     

  • Ospreys finish second in tournament

    The Smith Mountain Lake Christian Academy Ospreys finished second in the New River Tip-Off tournament held last Saturday.
        

    The tournament was hosted by Dayspring Christian Academy in Blacksburg.
        

  • Running On

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Just keep swimming is a popular phrase from the movie Finding Nemo, the Staunton River Golden Eagles have tweaked that slightly. Instead of swimming they’re running the football down opposing defense’s throats.
     

    That trend continued against Blue Ridge District rival Lord Botetourt. Staunton River rushed for nearly 500 yards in a 49-31 victory over the Cavaliers.