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The local varsity sports teams had best make long runs in this winter’s post-season.
That’s because, if the ax-wielders have their way, it might be the last go-round for some of these teams.
Another year; another district title for the Staunton River Lady Eagles.
It’s unfortunate that Todd and Luisa Dehli stopped at three.
If they’d had a fourth son, they could have furnished their own relay team.
“The Battle of Waterloo was won on the fields of Eton.”
-Duke of Wellington
The Winter Olympics kick off this Friday. The games feature sports such as curling, bobsledding, figure skating and slalom skiing.
Brandie Witt had a memorable Senior Night in one of her last games as a Minette.
The stellar senior posted 18 points in a variety of ways.
Now he knows how Joe Girardi feels.
While it’s a bit premature to hang the title of “Dynasty” on either the Liberty Minutemen or the Staunton River Golden Eagles, one has to admit that the two programs are on their way.
For the first time in many years, I’ll not be hosting a Super Bowl party.
Call them the Liberty Colts.
Just like the Super Bowl-bound squad from Indy, the Liberty boys basketball team locked up a first-round playoff bye with four games to go.
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