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It only took one man to take the wind out of the Staunton River sails.
It’s difficult to imagine coming away from a 30-0 loss with hope in your heart.
Yet, that’s exactly the situation for Jefferson Forest after it was topped by that score on the FieldTurf of Amherst.
Liberty will wrap up its regular season when it hosts the resurgent Heritage Pioneers this Friday night.
Much is at stake, as a Liberty win would:
In spite of the risk to our literacy, the wife and I subscribe to one of the local daily newspapers.
I have to admit that it has a pretty good sports section.
It was time again for the Seminole District meet last Wednesday at Wolf Branch Farm, and Jefferson Forest was as ready as it would ever be. It swept the competition with another brother-sister finish.
The Staunton River football machine kept on rolling. The resurgent Eagles knocked off fellow Blue Ridger Alleghany, 31-20, in front of a packed house at the Eagles’ nest.
Liberty visited Rustburg last Friday evening. It was the first game of the season where the Minutemen were expected to dominate.
They live to fight another day.
Brother and sister dominated the county meet last Wednesday, held at Jefferson Forest’s own Wolf Branch Farms. JF’s Robert and Mary Deis both stole the show, placing first in each of their divisions.
Last week, the wife and I were on a plane that flew over New York City at night.
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