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High School

  • Golden Eagles finish second at Holiday Hoops Classic

    The Staunton River Golden Eagles tested their skills against some of the top local teams in the area this holiday break. The team took part in the two-day Holiday Hoops Classic hosted by the E.C. Glass Hilltoppers.
        

    In the first game the Golden Eagles squared off against the Heritage Pioneers.
        

  • Lady Minutemen go 1-2 at Marlin Classic

       

    The Lady Minutemen joined the boys team in the sunshine state over the break participating in the Marlin Christmas Classic.
        

    Liberty played three games against opponents from all over the south eastern portion of the country and finished 1-2 in the tournament.
        

    The Lady Minutemen started against the Alma Bryant Hurricanes of Alabama.
        

  • Minutemen travel to Florida

       

    The Liberty Minutemen varsity basketball team took a big step this holiday break. The team traveled nearly 800 miles to Northwest Florida State College to compete in the Go Southern Beach Blowout.
        

    Liberty took on three separate teams, none of which are from Virginia, to continue to grow as a team and find its first win. While the win never came the boys competed with all three teams they faced.
        

  • Jefferson Forest finishes 3rd in K-Guard Classic

    The Jefferson Forest Cavaliers took their talents to the Salem Civic Center this holiday break to take part in the K-Guard Classic.
        

    Eight teams competed in the tournament that ran over three days. Out of the eight teams Jefferson Forest finished third with a record of 2-1.
        

    The Cavaliers started the tournament with a matchup against the Broadway high school Gobblers. The Gobblers held a two point lead after the first quarter, 10-8.
        

  • Region 3D Track & Field

    The Staunton River track and field team traveled to nearby Liberty University for the Region 3D Track & Field Championships.
        

    Rachel Maslen scored the first points of the day for the Lady Golden Eagles. Maslen placed fifth in the 500 Meter Dash to score two points. Bree Heft was next to score for Staunton River. Heft jumped 31-00.00 in the Triple Jump, nearly a foot further than her seeded distance.
        

  • Sports Day-ly: Winner take all

    District tournament play has officially come to a close meaning that the win-or-go-home mentality is truly starting to sink in for the teams that are still alive in the basketball post season.
        

  • JF girls to host LCA in first round

    The Lady Cavaliers of Jefferson Forest will host a first round playoff game in the Seminole District Tournament.
        

    Jefferson Forest finished fourth in the district and will host the Liberty Christian Academy Bulldogs on Wednesday Feb. 7 at 5:30 p.m.
        

    The two teams met twice this season and split one game each.
        

  • Lady Golden Eagles fall just short against Cave Spring

    The Staunton River Lady Golden Eagles hosted Cave Spring on Monday. Jan. 29 and the team was within reach of their second win of the season but fell four points short. Cave Spring defeated Staunton River 45-41.
        

    Staunton River led after the first quarter, 13-9. But a big second quarter from Cave Spring gave the Lady Knights a 24-22 lead at the half.
        

  • Sports Day-ly: Support Local Hoops

    We are officially on the homestretch of the regular season portion of this year’s basketball season. The recent snow days have impacted the scheduling to the point that some teams might have some pretty packed weeks going forward.
        

    So far this season has been an absolute joy to watch. I would like to take this time to encourage fans, students and faculty alike to experience that joy by going and watching the Bedford County teams play.
        

  • Chuck Poston resigns as Staunton River head coach

    On Friday Jan. 5 Chuck Poston, Staunton River football Head Coach, announced that he would be stepping down after eight seasons.
        

    “It was a hard decision,” Poston said. “But now was the time.”
        

    Poston had been quietly thinking about stepping down for sometime, mainly to focus on other aspects of his life.