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High School

  • Liberty’s four match winning streak ended

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        After a loss against E.C. Glass earlier in the season, Liberty was looking for a win at its match against Glass Tuesday, Oct. 13.
        Coach Alyssa Kidd was happy to see how well her team played together last Tuesday.

  • The Golden Eagles get big win

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        The Golden Eagle offense is back in gear.
        Staunton River started out slow in the first quarter in its game against Alleghany, but caught fire in the second en rout to a 60-24 victory over Alleghany.
        “It was a big win for us. And we put ourselves in a real good position to make the playoffs.” said Coach Chuck Poston.

  • Cavaliers take the lead against Amherst

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        Last Friday night Amherst was looking to defeat the undefeated but failed to stop Jefferson Forest’s explosive offense in a contest that led to a 70-43 victory for JF.
        “I thought we played very well for the majority of the game,” said Coach Bob Christmas.

  • Cross Country meets bode well for SR and LHS

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        Several Staunton River runners ran their personal bests at the Metro Cross Country Meet in Blacksburg this past Wednesday.
        The Staunton River girl’s team came in 18th place over all out of 25 participating schools.  River’s top girls were Rachel Maslen with a time of 26:47, Jessica Carreon-Gamez with a time of 27:03, Amy Vinson with a time of 29:21 and Jacklynne Goyne with a time of 30:36.

  • Liberty brings home two wins in District play

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        The LHS Volleyball team went into its games last week off a win against Heritage Oct. 1. “They are working really hard getting used to the new rotation,” said Coach Alyssa Kidd of her squad. 
        Liberty won 3-0 against Rustburg Tuesday, Oct. 6. The first set was 25-15, the second set  25-17, and the third set 25-19.

  • Northside storms over River

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    Tied at 12-12, a storm blew through Moneta midway through the second quarter of the Blue Ridge District clash between Staunton River and Northside Friday night.
        But when the storm had passed the Eagles met up with another storm: The Vikings lightning fast offense and thunderous defense which dominated the rest of the game en route to a 33-12 victory.

  • Liberty gets first district win

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    This time the rally went Liberty’s way. Down by two touchdowns late in the second quarter, the Minutemen fought back for a 42-40 victory.
        “It was an offensive shoot out,” said Coach Chris Watts about the game last Friday against E.C. Glass.  The win halted a two game skid as LHS got back in the win column.

  • Cavaliers struggle, but keep winning

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    This win wasn’t so easy. Jefferson Forest struggled with Rustburg in last Friday’s Seminole tilt, but eventually pulled away for a 36-26 victory.
        “The whole game was close,” said Coach Bob Christmas. 
         Seth Baker, Rustburg, ran the ball 22 yards for a touchdown and the extra point failed. Forest answered back with a Navy Jones one yard touchdown, the extra point failed.  At the end of the first quarter the game was tied 6-6. 

  • Individuals advance to state and regions

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        Staunton River golf competed in the Conference 31 tournament held last Thursday at Homestead Resorts’ Cascade course. Two individuals are advancing to Regions. Will Clary qualified through the regular season. Cassidy Chambers shot an 85 at the Conference tournament last Thursday. Chambers tied for 6th overall. Regions for Conference 31 will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 6 at Lakeview Golf Course in Harrisonburg.
        

  • Liberty Volleyball crushed under pressure

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        Jefferson Forest didn’t play as well as expected against Bedford County rival, Liberty.
        But the effort was still enough for a win. Forest defeated LHS 3-1, with all four sets close in the match on Sept. 29.  
        In the first set Liberty won 25-22; the second set was 25-20 in the Cavs favor. The third and fourth sets both ended in the same in score, 25-20 in favor of Forest.