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When it comes to sustained excellence across all three county schools, it is hard to top girls soccer.
Boys soccer is expected to continue its development in Bedford County this spring. How that development translates into trophies and accolades remains to be decided.
A stroll through the Liberty Minutemen dugout turns up a lot of familiar faces. In fact, the vast majority of players on Head Coach Stewart Grant’s roster have made significant marks in other sports: football, basketball, wrestling and golf.
Jefferson Forest’s new softball head coach, Joanna Hardin, has moved quickly to make some changes for the team.
When Staunton River moved from the Seminole District to the Blue Ridge, it was hoped that the school’s athletic programs would benefit.
Talk about “class” distinction!
They lost last season’s Seminole Player of the Year.
If you are a fan of Liberty softball, we have a good-news, bad-news item for you.
Some like to get their jewelry from New York City’s famed Diamond District.
If, at the start of the season, you were asked which basketball team (boys or girls) would pick up a win in regional play, which team would you have picked?
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