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If you didn’t get the softball bug watching the Liberty-Jeff Forest tilt this past Friday night, you can just give up on hoping to do so.
OK. I’ll admit it. I’m not a big one for change.
The Staunton River head coach was happy that the word “Memorial” wasn’t in the mix of the naming of the Joe Curcio Invitational.
The Minute-diamondmen showed that they aren’t the bottom of the Seminole.
But, they are also a long ways from the top.
The stealthiest team in the County is starting to get noticed.
Attention, ACC fans: You need to pay attention to what is going on to your north.
A ho-hum affair turned into a rockin’ and sockin’ good time at Minutemen Stadium.
If only earned runs counted, Staunton River would have notched a 1-0 win over Liberty.
The pesky rules, however, state that all runs count, earned or otherwise.
Halfway through its Seminole slate, the Jeff Forest baseball team sits exactly where it hoped it would: unbeaten in district play.
Defense was the name of the game, as Staunton River hosted Liberty in girls soccer.
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