One team showed that it will always give you your money’s worth.
The other showed that it has a knack for sticking around.
In a game in which Jefferson Forest topped Liberty 10-7, both teams played to their stereotypes.
Forest, though unbeaten, has yet to play a boring game.
Liberty, down 10-1 after three innings, gave the Cavs pause with a five-run rally in the seventh.
This one had the look of a mercy-rule game.
After the teams opened the first tied 1-1, the JF offense really came to life.
Cal Hodgert drew a base on balls. He was followed by a Bryan Miller single.