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Tracks will be heating up around the area as our three local high schools send contingents to their respective district meets.
Senior Night is typically an emotional affair, as the reality sinks in for those so honored that their preps careers are coming to an end.
Many view tournament time as a brand new season. That’s not a bad way of viewing it except for one thing: What you did in the regular season is a huge factor.
So, you thought that this might be the year that Jefferson Forest vacated its boys soccer crown?
If you had been inclined to make a preseason prediction on the fate of Staunton River’s boys tennis team, you’d likely have given long odds on its chance for success.
The Staunton River boys track team would like nothing better than to bring home another outdoor Blue Ridge District title this year.
There’s one reason that the Jefferson Forest boys are undefeated, both in Seminole play and against all others. It’s a simple reason. One for all others to emulate.
This one was over early.
By Mike Forster
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