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Today's Sports

  • Liberty hangs on at Conference

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        Liberty boys and girls swimming hosted the Conference 30 meet at the Bedford YMCA on Tuesday, Feb. 2. LHS placed second to Brookville and blew Heritage out of the water.
        With combined scores Brookville placed first with 306 points, Liberty second with 90 and Heritage third with 76.
        Liberty girls placed second with 37 points.

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  • Liberty boys fall to Glass

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        The Liberty boys basketball team traveled to E.C. Glass on Wednesday, Jan. 26 for the first of two district match ups against E.C. Glass. The Minutemen fell 53-34 to the Hilltoppers.
        Liberty started out strong with a 12-9 lead in the first. The Hilltoppers came back strong in the second and took the lead 26-17 at the half.

  • Staunton River girls defeat...

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        The Lady Golden Eagles took on William Byrd for a district rematch on Wednesday, Jan. 27.  In the first game the Lady Terriers defeated the Lady Eagles 50-46.
        “I think we played hard,” said Coach Kim Jones
        Staunton River was 9-6 going into the rematch, and Byrd was 9-5. River defeated Byrd 50-43.

  • Staunton River boys fall to Byrd

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        The Staunton River boys basketball team played William Byrd on Wednesday, Jan. 27 in a district rematch. The Golden Eagles fell 61-47 to Byrd.
        The game got off to a slow start in the first period. Byrd took the lead 11-7. Byrd extended its lead to 18-13 at the half.

  • Jefferson Forest girls defeat...

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        Jefferson Forest girls basketball traveled to Amherst on Thursday, Jan. 28 for a district rematch. Forest defeated Amherst the first game 49-33. The Lady Cavaliers struck again and defeated Amherst 38-26.
        Amherst took the lead in the first 13-7. Forest amped up its game in the second and took the lead to 17-15 going into halftime.

  • Liberty girls take down E.C....

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        The Liberty girls basketball team traveled to E.C. Glass Wednesday, Jan. 27 for a snow make up game. Coming off a five day weekend due to winter storm Jonas, the Lady Minutemen only had one day of practice before hitting the courts for a game.
        Liberty took down E.C. Glass 57-26. The Lady Minutemen started off slow in the first period scoring only 5 points and holding Glass to 2. Liberty flexed in the second to increase its lead to 23-9.

  • Jefferson Forest Boys take down...

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        The Jefferson Forest boys basketball team traveled to Amherst in a district rematch on Friday, Jan. 29. Forest defeated Amherst in the first game and was ready to play again. Forest defeated Amherst 65-51.
        “I am pleased with how the guys have played.  We still have a long way to go but we are showing improvement,” said Coach Cameron Shepherd.

  • Liberty takes fourth in swim meet

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        Liberty swam against LCA, Heritage, Appomattox and Amherst on Wednesday, Jan. 27. Liberty tied for fourth with a combined score of 68. LCA led with 194, Appomattox with 145, Heritage with 93, and Amherst with 68.
        Liberty girls finished fifth with a team score of 33.
        Allyson Crockett, MaHalea Sicchitano, Georgia King and Jozie Thomas finished fifth in the 200 yard medley relay with a time of 2:33.

  • Virginia Tech premier high...

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        All three Bedford County high schools participated in the Virginia Tech high school indoor track invitational on Jan. 29 and 30.
        The meet had about 200 participating schools. Most events had 24 athletes that would be finalists, some events had 30 athletes and some had 40. The 55 meter hurdles and 55 meter dashes for both girls and boys took the top eight times from Friday and competed on Saturday for placing.