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High School

  • Staunton River falls to Lord Botetourt

    Sports Editor
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        The Staunton River boys basketball team played Lord Botetourt in a make-up game for its last regular season game on Thursday, Feb. 11. River fell 77-70 to LB.
        “We played really well. The guys really got after it against a really good team,” said Coach Brandon Harris.

  • Liberty girls dominate last two games

    By Margaret Pascale
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        It was Senior night for the boys and girls basketball teams, as both looked to face off against E.C. Glass for a rematch and the final game of the regular season.
        E.C. Glass closed the gap in the third period as the Liberty girls basketball    team struggled to get shots to fall. Liberty defeated Glass 45-38 on Friday, Feb. 12.

  • Jefferson Forest girls defeat Heritage

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        The Jefferson Forest girls basketball team almost lost their final regular season game in the third period. The Lady Cavaliers rallied in the fourth and secured a 53-44 victory over Heritage last Thursday, Feb. 11.

  • National Signing Day

    Three Staunton River girls soccer players signed with their respective college on Wednesday, Feb. 3. Savannah Cowan, left, signed a non-binding contract with Division III Bridgewater College. Emily Hillman, middle, signed with Virginia Commonwealth University. Lizzie Boone, right, signed with Division II King University. This will be Boone’s first year playing as a Golden Eagle. Last year Boone was 3A-all state with the Lady Minutemen.

  • Two Rivers collide and Golden Eagles come out on top

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        Two Rivers collided on the Golden Eagles courts Friday, Feb. 5 as SR girls basketball hosted James River in a non-district match up.
        Staunton River took control of the game and defeated the visiting team 68-32.
        The Lady Golden Eagles flexed hard in the first and took a 17-8 lead in the first. Determined to get ahead early SR scored another 17 points in the second and increased its lead to 34-13 by the half.

  • Minutemen continue to struggle in Seminole District

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        Liberty traveled to Brookville on Tuesday, Feb. 2 for a district rematch against Brookville. The Minutemen fell to Brookville in the first game after a hard fight during the Hall of Fame game.
        Liberty fell to Brookville 64-46.
        The Minutemen came out strong in the first taking a 16-15 lead. Brookville shut down Liberty’s scoring in the second and took the lead 36-22 at the half.

  • Bedford Clash: Liberty girls defeat Forest

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        Rebecca Hensley took over the second half of the Liberty vs Jefferson Forest game and led the Lady Minutemen to a 33-27 victory for the Lady Cavaliers, in a Seminole rematch on Thursday, Feb. 4. 
        Liberty got off to a slow start as Forest took the lead 10-3. Liberty outscored the Lady Cavaliers in the second 9-7, however Forest remained in the lead 17-12 at the half.

  • Liberty girls take down Heritage

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        Liberty girls basketball traveled to Heritage on Monday, Feb. 8 for a district rematch. Liberty defeated the Lady Pioneers in the first game 51-38. The Lady Minutemen were not going down without a fight in the rematch.
        Liberty defeated Heritage 45-36.
        Liberty got off to a late start in the first as Heritage took over leading 8-3. Liberty amped up its game in the second scoring 10 points. Heritage led 15-13 at the half.

  • The Cavaliers are on a roll

    By Margaret Pascale
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        Forest lost 67-34 in the first meeting but was hungry for a win in the rematch. Forest defeated Glass 59-54.
        Jefferson Forest boys basketball traveled to E.C. Glass on Tuesday, Feb. 2 for a district rematch against the Seminole powerhouse.
        The game took off quickly as Forest took a 16-11 lead in the first period. Glass flexed to outscore JF in the second. The Cavaliers led 27-26 at halftime.

  • Staunton River wins big at Conference

    By Margaret Pascale
    Sports Editor
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         Staunton River won the Conference 31 wrestling tournament by outdistancing runner up Lord Botetourt by 63 points. “We put 12 wrestlers in the finals and had seven Conference champions. We placed all 14 wrestlers in the top four  so we will send 14 wrestlers, our whole team, to the region. We wrestled as well as we have all year,” said SR Coach Ronald Long.