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Today's Sports

  • Sports Day-ly: Historically,...

    Be honest, how many people had ever heard of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County aka UMBC? It is safe to say that a majority of the nation had no idea who the Chesapeake Bay Retrievers were or where they came from.
        

  • Manley III wins 2018 shootout

    Garnet Manley III, a sophomore at Jefferson Forest High School, won the 2018 Hurricane Junior Golf Tour Richmond Junior Shootout, at Providence Golf Club in Richmond, Virginia, this past weekend. In harsh conditions Manley III shot 75-75. Temperatures were in the high 30’s to low 40’s both days with the wind chill making it feel like the 20’s.
        

  • JF impresses at New Balance...

    Jefferson Forest’s Logan Sheppard, Patrick McCray, Bobby Nevarez and Tacelyen Hurt took their talents to New York March 9-11 to compete in the New Balance Nationals Indoor track and field meet.
        

    The boys took part in the 1600 meter Sprint Medley Relay event. With a time of 3:41.49 the team finished 18th in the Emerging Elite division.
     

  • Sports Day-ly: Maddening March

    One of my favorite things about arcades is the cool money machines that they have. The ones where you step in, the door closes, and you have 30 seconds to grab as much money as you can while a fan whips the dollar bills everywhere.
        

    When you walk in you are focused and prepared to get as many flying pieces of paper as possible. The goal is usually pretty high too. Sometimes people aim for $20, $50 or if confidence is sky high they’ll aim for $100.
        

  • Sports Day-ly: Maddening March

    One of my favorite things about arcades is the cool money machines that they have. The ones where you step in, the door closes, and you have 30 seconds to grab as much money as you can while a fan whips the dollar bills everywhere.
        

    When you walk in you are focused and prepared to get as many flying pieces of paper as possible. The goal is usually pretty high too. Sometimes people aim for $20, $50 or if confidence is sky high they’ll aim for $100.
        

  • Special teams do special things

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    To start the season the main goal for the Smith Mountain Lake Christian Academy (SMLCA) Ospreys was simple–win the VACA State Championship. Achieving that goal would be easier said than done for the Ospreys.
        

    The basketball season officially starts in November but the Ospreys began this year’s journey much earlier. The team started to get familiar with one another in June.

  • Judges close case on Cavaliers...

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    The last time the Jefferson Forest Cavaliers made it to the VHSL state tournament every player on this year’s team was still in diapers and head coach Cameron Shepherd was getting set to enter high school as a freshman. It has been 16 years since the Cavaliers battled Martinsville in the 2002 AA state quarterfinal.
        

    “It really puts it into persecutive on just how long it’s been,” Shepherd said.
        

  • Eight Cavaliers notch All-State...

    4A All-State Honors

    • Sutton Schonfelder: 200 Medley Relay

    • Matthew Davidson: 200 Medley Relay, 400 Freestyle Relay, 100 Freestyle, 100 Backstroke

    • Brian Grimmett: 200 Medley Relay, 400 Freestyle Relay

    • Austin Orange: 200 Medley Relay

    • Connor Sauls: 200 Medley Relay, 400 Freestyle Relay

    • Brendan Murray: 400 Freestyle Relay

    • Tara Enneking: 50 Freestyle

    • Lexi Plogger: 100 Breaststroke

  • Sports Day-ly: Handling Sports...

    Heartbreak and sports seem to go hand in hand. If you truly find yourself invested into a particular sports team at some point or another that team will make you want to rip your hair out.
        

    As a guy who grew up outside of Washington D.C. and has been a faithful D.C. sports fan I know heartbreak. In fact, I probably know way too much for someone who has yet to celebrate his 23rd birthday.
        

  • Intense Rubber Match

    By: Denton Day
    Sports Editor
    sports@bedfordbulletin.com

    The 4D Regional Championship game featured no shortage of intensity. The third matchup of the year between Seminole District rivals Jefferson Forest and host E.C. Glass–each team holding a road win against each other–had nothing but state seeding and pride on the line.
        

    Fans from both teams filled the Hilltoppers gym giving the game the atmosphere of a heavyweight title fight.