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Today's Sports

  • Staunton River boys see tough...

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        Alleghany showed Staunton River boys soccer a physical match on Friday, April 15. The Golden Eagles dominated the field defeating the Mountaineers 5-1.
    “It easily could have been a different result,” said Coach Kris McCoy.

  • Staunton River girls soccer...

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    The Staunton River girls soccer team dominated the action and defeated Alleghany 9-1 on Friday, April 15. “We ended the game after 70 minutes,” said Coach Jeff D’Auito.  
        The Lady Eagles went up 4-0 in the first half and possessed the action for more than 50 percent of the first half. River took 13 shots on goal, passed up the field 32 times and fouled five times during the first half.

  • 2016 BYRA /ML Realty Regatta

    The annual BYRA Spring Sailing Regatta will take place on April 30 and May 1, 2016 at the Pelican Point Yacht Club, Smith Mountain Lake
        This premier racing event is held on the Blackwater River at Smith Mountain Lake and is open to all keel boats.
         This year’s Regatta will be held on Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1 and it is sponsored by the Blackwater Yacht Racing Association (BYRA), and for the seventh consecutive year, by Title Sponsor Mary Lou McDonald, owner and principal broker of ML Realty in Huddleston.

  • Staunton River defeats two Blue...

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            Staunton River couldn’t have asked much more from its pitching staff last week. The Golden Eagles boys baseball team started its district play this past week taking on William Fleming and William Byrd.
            River defeated Byrd 10-0 in five innings on Friday, April 8. “Byrd is probably one of our biggest rivals so it’s a game we always gear up for,” said Coach Brian Divers.

  • JF girls stay ahead in Lacrosse

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        Jefferson Forest girls lacrosse team is setting records for the school and setting new standards for the program.
        The Lady Cavaliers hosted William Byrd on Wednesday, April 6 and defeated Byrd 20-12. “We always love playing William Byrd,” said Coach Ava Rupert. “Their [Byrd] program is like ours and they have worked very hard to get to the status of the VHSL. It was one of those games where we’re just happy that we’re both there.”

  • Jefferson Forest tennis falls to...

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        The Jefferson Forest girls tennis team took on County rival Liberty Thursday, April 7. The Lady Cavaliers dominated the courts winning 8-1 against Liberty, rebounding from a loss to E.C. Glass. 
        “Overall we had a pretty good week, even with the loss. It was good to see that our girls came out more aggressive against Liberty and didn’t dwell on the night before,” said Coach Brady Taylor.

  • Liberty girls defeat Amherst

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        Liberty girls soccer swept past Amherst with a 8-0 victory on Tuesday, April 5.
        “We possessed the ball extremely well against Amherst and were able to patiently build attacks,” said Coach Jeff Steele.
        The Lady Minutemen scored the first goal at 22:00 into the match. Grace Parker scored the first Liberty goal.

  • Minutemen struggle through...

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        The Liberty boys baseball team was able to go toe-to-toe with E.C. Glass on Friday, April 8, but fell one run short, losing 2-1.
        The first inning both teams started off strong getting hits. The score was tied 1-1 going into the second inning.
        The Minutemen defensively held off the Hilltoppers in the second but were unable to hold them off in the third. Glass scored one run in the third to gain the lead.

  • Jefferson Forest defeats Rustburg

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        The Jefferson Forest baseball team defeated the Red Devils 4-0 in seven innings at Rustburg on Friday, April 8.
        In all seven innings the Cavaliers only allowed Rustburg to have one hit, and zero runs. “Our two seniors pitched as well as anyone this year against a very good Rustburg offensive team,” said Coach Ryan Gilleland. “Obviously, when you can hold a team to one hit and zero runs, you are going to win.”

  • Jefferson Forest softball on a...

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        Jefferson Forest girls softball had a 10 run burst in the bottom of the first which lead the team to a 19-2 victory over Heritage in five innings on Wednesday, April 6.
        Jefferson Forest took the field first and had three outs before the Lady Pioneers had the chance to score a run.