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Today's Sports

  • Jefferson Forest sweeps Seminole...

    Liberty and Jefferson Forest’s cross country programs met yet again at Humankind for the Seminole District MidWeek Meet on Sept. 13. It was a successful meet for both programs, with both schools placing at least one runner in the top four.

  • Jefferson Forest volleyball goes...

    Jefferson Forest’s volleyball team was hard at work, playing three games in three straight days. Despite the gruelling schedule, the Cavs came away with a 2-1 record on the week.

  • Liberty volleyball continues to...

    Liberty’s volleyball program had an exceptionally busy week, playing three matches in four days.

    The Minutemen came away from the tough week with a 1-2 record, but showed its competitive spirit by avoiding any straight-set losses.

  • Cassidy Chambers is in her own...

    During the high school golf season, Cassidy Chambers certainly stands out as being the only girl on Staunton River’s team and often the only girl on the course.

    But don’t be fooled by her short 5’0” frame, she stacks up just fine against the boys.

    In fact, Chambers was the No. 1 golfer on her team this year, finishing fourth in the Blue Ridge District (BRD) with 86 points. Her 86 point total was just half a point shy of third.

  • Jefferson Forest golf goes...

    JF golf endured a busy week that saw them go undefeated in Seminole District play, and grab two more top-two team finishes along with 13, top-10 individual finishers.

    The Cavs busy week started at Shenandoah Valley GC for the Skyline Invitational on Sept. 12. The Cavs faced only their second loss of the season (the first came at the High School Invitational against elite Class 5/6 competition) at the Invitational. They finished one stroke behind Loudoun County with a 298.

  • Eagles claim Bedford County...

    At the rate Staunton River is scoring, it’ll be a surprise if they don’t get more than 40 points a game.

    The Eagles (4-0) ran up the scoreboard once again, this time en route to toppling Liberty (2-1) 49-7 for the Bedford County Championship title.

    Staunton River had previously beaten Jefferson Forest in its home opener on Aug. 25. After beating the Minutemen on Sept. 15 on their home turf, the Eagles secured their place as Bedford County’s best team for the second year running.

  • Jefferson Forest golf makes it...

    Jefferson Forest’s golf team secured their sixth consecutive Seminole District match win of the season over Liberty Christian Academy, Amherst, and Heritage at Ivy Hills GC on Sept. 5.

    The Cavs nearly dropped their first Seminole District match on Aug. 30 but squeaked out the win by one stroke thanks to Isaac Simmons’ clutch six-foot birdie on the ninth hole. This time, Forest garnered a more comfortable ten-stroke win. The Cavs shot a collective 145 to best LCA by ten strokes, Amherst by 21 strokes and Heritage by 84 strokes.

  • Liberty revives competition...

    Liberty high school is officially bringing back their competition cheer program for the fall 2017 season.

    Cassidy Hall, who is in her second year as the varsity sideline cheer coach, will also be spearheading the competition cheer program.

    Hall, currently in graduate school at Liberty University, brings a wealth of cheer expreience to an inexperienced competition cheer squad. Hall cheered for four years at Liberty University and was a member of Team USA in 2015.

  • Bedford County's XC teams...

    Liberty, Jefferson Forest and Staunton Rivers’ cross country teams clashed at the Knights Crossing meet in Salem.

  • Cavalier Fishing Club reels in...

    Jefferson Forest’s Cavalier Fishing Club got off to an impressive start  by capturing first and seventh place at its first team tournament, the BNVA Youth HS South No. 1 at Philpott Lake on Sept. 10.

    This tournament was the first of three State qualifying tournaments held by Bass Nation Virginia (BNVA). The top five pairs of each tournament immediately qualify for the State tournament that feature teams from northern Virginia. In this tournament, the teams of two were given a five fish limit of 12 inches or better.