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The Jefferson Forest lady basketball team hasn’t had a whole lot of positives to point to this season.
That short list just got a little longer, though.
The going just got a whole lot smoother for the Liberty Minutemen.
When the girls basketball season opened, the Staunton River girls were expected to take their lumps in the Blue Ridge.
E.C. Glass played the role of thankless guest, as Jefferson Forest dropped both ends of a varsity double header to the Hilltoppers last Saturday.
When it was announced that Staunton River would leave the Seminole District for the Blue Ridge, the move was seen as a mixed bag.
Liberty swept its County rivals in a three-team meet last Wednesday.
It was a simple enough request: “Can’t we go to a hockey game?”
Since the request came from the wife, I took it seriously, as I always do.
Liberty may have a 10-2 record.
The Minutemen may be ranked in the top ten of the state AA poll (AP Writers).
Liberty High’s basketball program was stunned by the passing away of junior varsity head coach Carl Koenig.
If it were up to most people, they would want to leave this earth doing something that they loved.
Such was the case for Carl Koenig, who passed away last Wednesday morning.
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