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Today's Sports

  • Events Cancelled and Game Changes

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    Liberty high school

    Cross Country Meet canceled today at Falling Creek Park

    Bteam and JV Football has been moved from Oct. 1, to Monday, October 5 at 5:30pm/7:00pm

    Varsity Football has been rescheduled from Friday, Oct. 2 to (tomorrow) Thursday, October 1 7:00pm..all homecoming activities have been moved to Friday, October 23 vs. Brookville - it will also be our pink out night

  • Cold and rainy Blacksburg...

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        Liberty and Staunton River participated in the Blacksburg Cross Country Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 26.
        Only 10 schools participated in the girls and boys varsity runs on the rainy morning.
        The Lady M-men came in 8th place with a total of 215 points. The top two runners for Liberty came in 15th and 54th place overall.  Alexis Mattson came in 15th place with a time of 21:47. Kylene Flynn finished with a time of 25:53.

  • Local teacher being inducted...

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        Jennifer Cuesta Putney, a local teacher at Bedford Middle School, is being inducted into the James Madison University (JMU) Hall of Fame.
        Putney played on the JMU women’s soccer team for four years. She helped lead the team to a Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championship and two National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) appearances.

  • New London Academy Color-A-Thon

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        A cold wet rainy Saturday for some means curling up with a blanket and a book or television show, however, for the New London Academy Elementary School it meant time for fun fundraiser Last Saturday.
        Rain didn’t stop the Color-A-Thon from happening. The New London Academy Elementary School held its first Color-A-Thon on Saturday, Sept. 26. “It has been our biggest fundraiser yet,” said PTA member Abby Wilson.

  • Jefferson Forest moves to 4-0 in...

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        It was a struggle at first but in the end Jefferson Forest carded another Seminole District win in action against Amherst last week.
        The Lady Cavs came out strong in the first two sets, but struggled in the third and fourth. They finally got the win in the 5th set against Amherst.

  • When it rains it pours

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        The Liberty M-men were unable to catch the Rustburg Red Devils running game last Friday night. The Red Devils went on to win the game 47-14.
        Things don’t always go as planned during a game. “Right now I think we aren’t doing a good job of overcoming negative things in a game,” said Liberty Coach Chris Watts. 

  • Eagles soar high in first...

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        The rain couldn’t stop the Staunton River Golden Eagles running game last Friday at William Fleming.
        After a loss to Jefferson Forest the week before, the Eagles had every intention of getting back on the winning track.
        The Golden Eagles won their first district game against William Fleming, beating the Colonels 33-14.

  • Individuals Advancing to Regions

        Jefferson Forest took top honors at the Bedford County golf tournament held last Wednesday, Sept 23. The match was hosted by Staunton River and took place at Mariners Landing Golf Course.
        Forest took first place with a total score of 167, Staunton River and Liberty finished with a score of 183.

  • Covering my first football game

    When I walked onto the field for the first time in about nine years I was amazed. Things looked so much different from what I remembered, yet everything was still the same.
        The field seemed smaller, the students more rowdy. But being on the field was like being at home, hearing the chanting from the fans and the coaches yelling at the players.

  • Covering my first football game

    When I walked onto the field for the first time in about nine years I was amazed. Things looked so much different from what I remembered, yet everything was still the same.
        The field seemed smaller, the students more rowdy. But being on the field was like being at home, hearing the chanting from the fans and the coaches yelling at the players.