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High School

  • Ospreys continue to fly high

    Midway through the season following a loss on Jan. 20 the Ospreys of Smith Mountain Lake found themselves sitting one game above .500 with a 9-8 record. Since then the team has won 11 consecutive games and has its eyes set on a deep playoff run.
        

    Two games into the VACA postseason the Ospreys have walked out with two wins, defeating Parkway Christian 76-54 on Feb. 9 and Christian Heritage 66-55 on Feb. 12.
        

  • 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.
        

  • 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.
        

  • Region 3C Track & Field

    The Liberty track and field team took part in the Region 3C Track and Field Championships Monday. Feb. 12.
        

    For the Lady Minutemen Krystal Carroll finished ninth in the 1000 Meter Run with a time of 3:28.32. Maliyah Harris finished eighth in the 55 Meter Hurdles with a time of 10.20. Kacey Whorley threw a distance of 31-10 to finish seventh in the Shot Put.
        

  • 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.
        

  • 4A Region D Wrestling Results

    Jefferson Forest: Second Place 157 points

    • 106
        Third Place-Nicholas Kauffman
    • 113
        Third Place-Ian Evans
    • 132
        Second Place-Gavin Stalnaker
    • 145
        Third Place-Kaine Morris
    • 152
        Fourth Place-Dalton Whitt
    • 170
        First Place-Clay Foster
    • 182
        Fourth Place-Josiah Caulkins
    • 220

  • Liberty locks up No. 2 seed

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    On the first day of a new month the Lady Minutemen picked up, maybe their most important win of the season with a 59-38 victory over Rustburg.
        

    The win put Liberty in a tie with Heritage, whom they beat last week, for the second seed in the Seminole District Tournament. The decision was settled with the flip of a coin that landed in Liberty’s favor.
        

  • Staunton River hires Head Coach

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    A familiar face will now hold the title of Head Coach of the Staunton River football team. Offensive Coordinator Jeremy Haymore will take over as head man on the sidelines.
      

    Haymore announced on his Twitter page early Monday afternoon that he had accepted the job and a press release was sent out shortly after.
        

  • LCA snap's JF's win streak

     By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    The atmosphere of Jefferson Forest’s game at Liberty Christian Academy on Thursday Feb. 2 felt like a playoff game.
        

    A massive crowd was in attendance with both sides equally represented and at times it was loud enough to drown out thoughts from your head.
        

  • Seminole District Swimming

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    On Wednesday Jan. 31 all of the Seminole District teams traveled to the Bedford Area YMCA to compete in the Seminole District Swim Championships.
        

    Spectators filed around the perimeter of the pool and the lobby of the YMCA hoping they could get a view at the action. Anyone who got a good enough view of the pool got a first hand look at the  dominance of the Jefferson Forest boy’s team.