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High School

  • Repeat

    Repeating as VHSL 4A State Championship was not the Jefferson Forest boy’s team’s main goal. Head Coach Marty Ponder said all he wanted was his team to swim their best swim and not worry about what they could not control.
        

    The Cavaliers did just that and got another State Championship for their efforts. Jefferson Forest won their second consecutive VHSL 4A State Championship 233-224 over second place Monacan High School. The girl’s finished in twelfth overall with 62 points.
        

  • State Wrestling Results

    3A Results

    Teams:
    • Staunton River, 4th Place- 111 points
    • Liberty, 22nd Place- 19 points

    126:
    • 2nd Place-Justin Mutter (Staunton River)

    132
    • 2nd Place-Nathan Kearns (Staunton River)

    170
    • 2nd Place-T.J. Tester (Staunton River)

    195
    • 2nd Place-David Wilson (Staunton River)

    285
    • 5th Place-Sam Kirtley (Staunton River)

     

    4A Results

  • Basketball: All-District Honors

    Boys Seminole District

    Player of the Year: Jordan Richeson (JF)

    First Team: Brock Swaney (JF), Roman Ridley (Liberty), Jordan Richeson (JF)

    Honorable Mention: Perry Warner (JF), Brad O’Donnell (JF)

     

  • Cavaliers fall just short in Championship

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Last year Jefferson Forest won five games and was bounced in the first round of the Seminole District Championship. This year the Cavaliers took down Liberty and Rustburg to reach the Seminole District Championship game.
        

  • Liberty falls at the buzzer

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Liberty had the game in the palm of its hand but a defensive breakdown on the final play ended their run for the Seminole District title.
      

     “Before the tournament we talked about control what you can control,” Liberty Head Coach Emilee Dunton said after a first round victory against Rustburg. “Obviously it’s going to be a hostile environment when it’s win or go home.”
        

  • JF ends Liberty's season

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    At the beginning the Liberty basketball program was filled with question marks. The team was young and looking for leadership and needed players who could score and rebound on a nightly basis.
      

    Fast forward about three months and the team went toe-to-toe with the No. 2 seed in the Seminole District, and Bedford County rival, Jefferson Forest. The Cavaliers were victorious 50-47 but Liberty pushed a top team to the edge.
      

  • Jefferson Forest impresses at 4D Regional Swim Meet

    Boys Team: Jefferson Forest- First Place 157 points

    Girls Team: Jefferson Forest - Fourth Place 72 points

  • Region 3 Wrestling Results

    Region 3D Results
    Staunton River: Third Place 176 points

    • 113
        Third Place-Zac Nichiols
    • 126
        Second Place-Justin Mutter
    • 132
        Third Place-Nathan Kerns
    • 145
        Fourth Place-Hunter Curren
    • 160
        Fourth Place-Trey Thomasson
    • 170
        Third Place-T.J. Tester
    • 182

  • Jones scores 1,000th point, Golden Eagles fall

    The Blue Ridge District opening round matchup between William Fleming and Staunton River had no shortage of offense. Playing at Lord Botetourt Friday Feb. 9 the game served as a rubber match between the two teams this year.
        

    Staunton River won the first matchup and Fleming won the final in the regular season. Fleming had the upper hand in this matchup, defeating Staunton River 78-77.
        

  • Abby Light signs with Ferrum

    Surrounded by friends, family and coaches Staunton River soccer star Abby Light signed her Letter of Intent to continue her career an hour south at Ferrum College.
      

    “Last year was a learning year for our team,” Staunton River Head Coach Shaun Leonard said. “We went into the season last year trying to figure out how to replace about 85% of our offense, lost to graduation. Abby really stepped up and took charge in trying to find ways for us to score as a team.”