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For those planning on a nice long night of baseball last Friday, there was only disappointment.
Local track talent was honing its skills this past weekend, in anticipation of today’s (Wednesday) county track meet at Staunton River High School.
Brookville got some help from a Seminole foe while tending to business on its own diamond. As a result, the Bees were in sole possession of first place prior to their game with second-place JF (Tuesday, after press time).
Staunton River saw another great chance for its first Seminole win of the season dry up in the home half of the game’s final inning.
“The apple falls not far from the tree.”
For a team that had hit only one home run in its first 11 games, the Liberty Minettes took on the look of Murderers’ Row against Staunton River.
Jarid Jones is obviously no fan of cold weather.
With the month of April winding down, we all know what will soon be upon us.
No, I don’t mean the possibility of two consecutive days without rain.
Jefferson Forest may not be winning with the crushing scores of past Cav soccer teams. But this year’s version is more than happy to take close victories as long as it stays undefeated.
The three local girls’ soccer squads continued on a path that should have them in possession of the top three spots in the Seminole, come the end of the season.
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