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By Jeff McClintock
Jefferson Forest welcomed the Bassett Bengals to town Friday night.
There are wins and there are statement wins.
Jefferson Forest’s volleyball team made one of the latter this past Thursday evening, when it pounded top rival E.C. Glass.
Two good teams squared off in Bedford last Friday night.
One of them played a great game. It won.
Well, at least everyone got home early.
That’s because the Jefferson Forest volleyball squad made quick work of Staunton River.
Two weeks, two comebacks.
Two comebacks, two wins.
That was a big-boy win.
Staunton River showed poise and aggression in taking it to cross-county rival Jefferson Forest, 21-7.
It seemed like June 14.
That date, of course, is when we commemorate Flag Day.
It was expected to be an emotional opening night at Northside.
Cav Head Coach Don Rice was likely dealing with more than anyone else at Viking Stadium.
Sticking bare metal objects into electrical outlets while standing in a tub of water.
Coating your face with honey to try to coax a wild bear to pose for a photo with you.
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