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For a team that let nothing stand in its way, match against the two-time defending champion was not so daunting.
While county athletes fell short of the three individual titles won at the State meet last year, there was a solid group who brought home medals in track and field.
Conventional wisdom says it’s difficult to beat a good team three times in a season. That means it should be nearly impossible to do it four times.
They got it back. The Region III championship, that is.
Jodi Salyer has committed to the University of Delaware, accepting a full scholarship to play basketball for the Fightin’ Blue Hens.
It’s been a long time since Staunton River was able to claim a regional title in anything (Boys indoor track, 1997).
Turn up the heat. They don’t mind it a bit.
There was plenty of muscle flexing taking place at the Seminole District tourney championship game.
Jefferson Forest’s girls team put forth the best outing of any of the four county teams at the Seminole District championship meet, held at Amherst.
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