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Today's Sports

  • Extra Points: While I was gone

        After two weeks of not being able to do anything it feels nice to finally be able to get up and about and even get out and about. I am also excited to be back on the field and courts this week and looking forward to seeing some great games.
        I want to apologize to anyone who normally follows me on twitter for play-by-play updates, I have been out with a ruptured appendix but no worries the play-by-plays will continue this week.

  • Extra Points: While I was gone

        After two weeks of not being able to do anything it feels nice to finally be able to get up and about and even get out and about. I am also excited to be back on the field and courts this week and looking forward to seeing some great games.
        I want to apologize to anyone who normally follows me on twitter for play-by-play updates, I have been out with a ruptured appendix but no worries the play-by-plays will continue this week.

  • Running with the Wolves

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@ Bedfordbulletin.com

        Runnin’ with the Wolves is an October cross country tradition for the Jefferson Forest Cavaliers. This year the invitational brought in 19 teams to compete at the high school level.
        Jefferson Forest girls finished third with 81 points and the Jefferson Forest boys finished fifth with 139 points.

  • Liberty girls defeat Glass

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        The Liberty volleyball team shutout E.C. Glass 3-0 on Tuesday, October 11 in a Seminole District rematch.
        The win gave the Lady Minutemen their third victory in a row.
        Liberty came out strong in the first set winning 25-18. Glass battled in the second but fell short as the Lady Minutemen took a 25-21 victory.
        LHS put it away in the third set winning 25-10.

  • Week 9 Football previews

    Liberty travels to Brookville

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        The Liberty football team will be traveling to Brookville this Friday for a district matchup against the Bees.
        “We are just trying to get the things we have spent a ton of time working on to show improvement in those areas,” said Coach Chris Watts. “The last game we just couldn’t get a snap from center.”

  • River rolls over Mounties

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        After a huge win over Northside on Monday, Oct. 10 Staunton River kept its foot on the gas shutting out Alleghany 47-0 Friday.
        That’s an accumulated total of 106-21 for the week. Not a bad five days of work.

  • Forest falls to Amherst

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        Mistakes on the field led to a loss for the Jefferson Forest football team last Friday. Amherst capitalized on the mistakes and won 34-22.
        “We dug a hole for ourselves right at the beginning of the game,” said Coach Bob Christmas. “We dropped a touchdown pass on the first play from scrimmage and failed to score on that drive.”

  • Staunton River falls to Northside

    By Margaret Scott
    Sports Editor
    Sports@bedfordbulletin.com

        Staunton River volleyball fell to Northside and Alleghany this past week.
        The Lady Golden Eagles fell to Alleghany 3-1.
        The Lady Mountaineers took the first two sets 25-20. The Lady Golden Eagles fought in the third after two close sets and finished 25-16 winning the third. Alleghany then took the fourth 25-23, a two point set to win the match.
        

  • Week 6 Football previews

    Jefferson Forest travels to Heritage

  • Extra Points: Approaching October

        Wow, it has been a full year since I started this job and let me just tell you, Bedford County sent me on a ride of a lifetime. Getting to the know the athletes, the teams and the schools has been amazing. Of course, it’s always a pleasure to write about these teams and speak to all the coaches.