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  • Lady Golden Eagles soar over...

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    Staunton River girls basketball traveled to Heritage Tuesday, Dec. 29 for a non-district game. The Lady Golden Eagles notched a 43-41 victory over the Lady Pioneers.
    “I am proud of the girls for their ‘Never give up’ attitude. Even when we got down in the 4th quarter and we were in foul trouble, we just kept grinding and came back one basket at a time,” said Coach Kimberly Jones.
    Staunton River took the lead 10-9 in the first quarter. The Lady Golden Eagles extended their lead to 16-10 by halftime.

  • Lady Cavaliers participate in...

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    The Jefferson Forest girls basketball team traveled to Western Albemarle for the Daily Progress holiday classic tournament on Monday, Dec. 28 where Forest rolled over Western Albemarle 47-32.
    Forest took the lead 12-8 in the first. The Lady Cavaliers extended their lead in the second to 23-17.
    After halftime JF took the third and led 32-21. The Lady Cavaliers flexed in the fourth to finish 47-32.
    For Forest: Ashley Evans scored 22 points; Emily Deitrick 12, Cassie Pelletier 8, and Tiffany Carey 5.

  • Forest competes well at K Guard...

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    The Jefferson Forest boys basketball team traveled to Hidden Valley for the K Guard Classic on Dec 29-30. Jefferson Forest went 2-1 in the tournament and finished in second place. “To my knowledge this is the best we have done in this tournament in a very long time, maybe ever,” said Forest Coach Cameron Shepherd.
    In the second game the Cavaliers fell to Cave Spring 57-39.

  • River makes top three at LCA...

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    All three Bedford County high schools participated in the 37th annual Liberty Christian Academy wrestling tournament on Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 29-30. There were 26 schools that participated in the tournament.
    Staunton River finished third with a score of 218.5, just above LCA with 215.5. Jefferson Forest placed 13th with 60.0 and Liberty placed 17th with 42.0.
    Some other team scores were: Benedictine finished first with 315.5; Eastern View finished second with 277.5; Lord Botetourt finished 5th with 169.5.

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  • Forest performs well despite...

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        The Jefferson Forest wrestling team traveled to Northern, Va to compete in the Appalachian Duals at Skyline High School. The Cavs only had 10 wrestlers for the meet. The team did not wrestle in 120, 132, 170, 182, and essentially 285, however, 202 Matt Snead filled in with much fight.
        JF began the day vs. Handley, who had throttled the Cavs 24-68 at Fauquier. This time the score was 21-54, but in matches wrestled the teams split the matches 5-5 with a 21-28 score.

  • Liberty girls celebrate third win

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        Liberty girls basketball, down two players due to illness and family obligations, defeated Altavista 38-34 on Tuesday, Dec. 22.
        “The game was a game we had to gut out. It was not always pretty but players made big plays down the stretch that helped us solidify the win,” said LHS Coach Emilee Dunton.