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Today's Sports

  • Wrestling continues record year...

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    Last year the Staunton River Golden Eagles took four wrestlers to the VHSL State Championship meet and put one on the podium. This year the Golden Eagles had four wrestlers in the finals for their respective weight-class.
        

    This year’s team made program history by taking nine wrestlers to the State Championship.
        

  • Moving On

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    It has been nearly a decade since the Jefferson Forest boy’s basketball team has made it to the Regional Tournament, all of the current players were still in elementary school.
      

    On Friday Feb. 16 not only did the Cavaliers return to the Regional Tournament but they took down Pulaski County 63-57 to get one step closer to the VHSL State Tournament.
        

  • 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.
        

  • Cavaliers fall just short in...

    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.
        

  • 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.
        

  • Sports Day-ly: Support Local...

    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.
        

  • Sports Day-ly: Support Local...

    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...

    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.
        

  • Sports Day-ly: National...

    The 2017-18 College Football season wrapped up with a barn burner of a National Championship Game. Nick Saban did what Nick Saban does best and led Alabama to its fifth National Championship in nine years becoming the fastest program to ever accomplish that.
        

    Now we’re faced with the task of figuring out who the real National Champion is.
        

  • Sports Day-ly: National...

    The 2017-18 College Football season wrapped up with a barn burner of a National Championship Game. Nick Saban did what Nick Saban does best and led Alabama to its fifth National Championship in nine years becoming the fastest program to ever accomplish that.
        

    Now we’re faced with the task of figuring out who the real National Champion is.