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High School

  • River falls short at Lord Botetourt

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        Staunton River stayed close to one of the Blue Ridge powerhouse teams, but in the end, a safety made the difference. Lord Botetourt defeated SR 19-13 in last Friday’s regular season finale.
        The Golden Eagles were looking forward to the game against the Cavaliers who were 8-1 going into the contest.

  • Cavaliers crush the Bees

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        The Cavaliers were in a tackling mood Friday night. Jefferson Forest’s five interceptions helped pave a path for a 55-23 victory over Brookville in last Friday’s regular season finale. 
        Forest finished its second regular season in a row undefeated. The Cavaliers also received bragging rights over Brookville for another year.

  • Cross Country advances to Regions

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        All three Bedford County Cross Country teams have runners advancing to regionals either as a team or as individuals.
        Jefferson Forest 
        Jefferson Forest ran in the 4A Conference 23 Cross Country Championships which took place  Thursday Oct. 28 at Wolf Branch Farm.

  • Bedford County Clash

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        Jefferson Forest continued its two-year dominance over the Seminole District making county rival Liberty its latest victim last Friday.
        Liberty’s offense struggled against the Forest defense and by halftime the Cavaliers had secured its 63-13 victory over the Minutemen.

  • The River runs through it

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        Staunton River rolled to a 44-7 victory over Rockbridge last week.
        The night got off to a late start due to the Rockbridge bus getting stuck behind a traffic accident. For Staunton River it was senior night. Fans, students, faculty and staff all recognized the parents of a fellow senior, Chase Mullins, who drowned this summer at Smith Mountain Lake.

  • Forest volleyball crushes Brookville

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    Jefferson Forest
        Jefferson Forest gained volleyball bragging rights against Seminole District rival Brookville last Tuesday, Oct. 27 at JF’s senior night. Forest defeated Brookville 3-2.

  • Staunton River to face Rockbridge

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        Last year the Staunton River Golden Eagles went 2-8 on the season. This year the Eagles are soaring over other teams and are currently 5-3.
        Senior Noah Dellis believes the team has come together like a family because they lost a teammate, Chase Mullins, in a drowning this summer. “He [Chase Mullins] is our reason and our motivation,” said Dellis.

  • Bedford County Clash

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        This Friday, Oct. 30 Liberty will travel to Jefferson Forest for a clash of Bedford County rivals.
        The M-men are going into the contest off a huge win against Brookville last week. Liberty Coach Chris Watts is not going to let the win get to his team. “We just have to continue to get better as a team. Who we play is less important than how we improve,” he said.

  • Jefferson Forest volleyball defeats E.C. Glass

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        Jefferson Forest wavered in the third set but rallied in the fourth for a 3-1 victory over E.C Glass last Tuesday, Oct. 20. The first and second sets the Lady Cavaliers won 25-17 and 25-13. In the third set Glass pushed back with a 25-21 win. Forest rallied back in the fourth set 25-10 for another victory.

  • Forest thumps the Hilltoppers

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        Jefferson Forest scored 22 points in the first and third quarters, and secured its eighth win of the season- a 56-10 victory over E.C. Glass last Friday night.
        Even though the Cavaliers won the game,  Coach Bob Christmas is the teams biggest critic. “I don’t feel like we played our best. We weren’t focused completely but I thought we did some really good things,” he said.