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How is it possible for two teams to emerge from a contest as winners?
Jefferson Forest showed that it is the hottest team in the Seminole District.
She chose a perfect time to be perfect.
Staunton River went up against Northside in a quartet of sports.
The Eagles returned to their Nest empty-handed. By a combined score of 20-2, River was manhandled by the marauding Vikings.
At the halfway point of the Blue Ridge schedule, it's a mixed bag for Staunton River.
The Eagles completed their first run through the district gauntlet, with only the girls soccer team emerging in a happy state.
For a Jefferson Forest student, there's nothing like beating Brookville.
It doesn't matter in what: football, basketball, track, ACE, theater, tiddlywinks, UNO, thumb wrestling...
The Liberty boys soccer team turned in its best performance of the Eric Seckman era.
A pair of quality wins.
Technically, Jefferson Forest has as good, or better, a shot at the Seminole crown this year.
Amherst County played host to its invitational track meet on Saturday.
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