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Bedford athletes gave it their all, but none was able to capture gold at this weekend's State indoor track championships.
Talk about book-ending your career!
Valentine's Day is supposedly the holiday of love.
The Staunton River boys flexed some muscle in taking a second-straight Blue Ridge District indoor track championship.
It was Glass that turned out the monster performances.
There'll be no placard for the wall this year. That signage, showing who's the top team in Blue Ridge wrestling this year, will be hung in the gym at Northside.
The last time the Brookville Bees didn't lay claim to their district title was 1968. It was a year of Woodstock, protests in the streets and the age of counterculture.
The Region III meet in the can, local poolsters now turn their sights toward Charlottesville.
All of this regular-season activity has been swell. But, now the rubber meets the road, as ball meets hardwood in district playoff competition.
How do you top the year of your dreams?
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