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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.
The Lady Minutemen bounced back from a 10-3 loss to Amherst by blanking Heritage, 5-0.
The calendar may have read April 20, but it seemed like Friday the 13th for Liberty.
Lord Botetourt showed that it loves the springtime. The school showed its affinity for the season by topping Blue Ridge foe Staunton River in four springtime sports last Friday.
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