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If the early part of the season is a good indicator, folks had better be wary of what's going on in the southern part of the county.
When an opposing team attempts to score on Liberty this year, it will have to work through a lot of sisters.
On the one hand, nobody's feeling sorry for Jefferson Forest's soccer team.
If you play in a tough neighborhood, you had better be tough yourself.
There are few things that are certain in life: Pundits tell us death and taxes are two certainties.
It should be an interesting year for the Minutemen. How "interesting" translates into "successful" will be up to the guys on the field.
This past weekend's championship tilts put the exclamation point on the preps hardwoods seasons. And while Altavista (boys) and Salem (girls and boys) brought home championship tin, that was the closest we came to seeing local glory.
With the exception of State champions, every team's last game will be a loss.
The Little Train That Could almost did.
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