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Today's Sports

  • Jefferson Forest downs LCA

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            The Jefferson Forest girls soccer team dominated LCA 5-1 in a Seminole district matchup on Tuesday, April 5.
        The Lady Cavaliers started off slow as LCA scored the first goal of the game at 18:00. JF answered back with a goal by Erica Blankenship. Blankenship then scored again before the end of the first half.

  • Staunton River softball soars

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        The Staunton River softball team took on and defeated William Byrd 6-2 Friday, April 8. “The girls are working hard in practice and it is paying off in games,” said Coach John Weller.
        The game wasn’t a struggle for the Lady Eagles. Brooke Mullins was the winning pitcher of the night with four hits, one strikeout and four walks.

  • Staunton River softball soars

    Sports Editor
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        The Staunton River softball team took on and defeated William Byrd 6-2 Friday, April 8. “The girls are working hard in practice and it is paying off in games,” said Coach John Weller.
        The game wasn’t a struggle for the Lady Eagles. Brooke Mullins was the winning pitcher of the night with four hits, one strikeout and four walks.

  • Liberty softball starts out...

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        The Liberty girls softball team went to the Botetourt Bash this past Friday, April 8 and the Lady Minutemen played two games and walked away 1-1.
        The first game Liberty defeated Blacksburg 8-5.
    Liberty scattered seven hits and scored two runs in the second, three in the third, two in the fifth and one in the sixth.

  • SML April fishing report

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        OVERVIEW- Fishing should be great this month! Water temperature will be in the 60’s to mid 70’s.  Best times will be cloudy days. Late afternoon is usually when fish are most active and at night later in the month. Fishing the past few weeks has been good! Most of the baitfish has moved towards the upper end of the rivers, coves and the major creeks.

  • Staunton River defeats Liberty

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        The Staunton River and Liberty boys soccer teams have met on the field twice and both times River walked away victorious. The Golden Eagles defeated Liberty 1-0 in the second match on Friday, April 1.
    Liberty put up a tough fight against the Golden Eagles but Stuart Givens, of SR, scored at 65:00 into the match. “Aaron Plattus [the Liberty goalie] played well. He had six saves,” said LHS coach Eric Seckman.

  • Blossom to Bottles 5K and 3K

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            The 5th Annual Blossom to Bottle 5K run and 3K walk will take place on Saturday, April 9 at 5 p.m. at the Peaks of Otter Winery.

  • Forest baseball loses first game...

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        During Spring Break the Jefferson Forest baseball team traveled to Va Beach to play two local teams. Forest walked away 1-1 from the trip east.
        The Cavaliers got off to a fast start against the Salem-Va Beach Sun Devils on Thursday, March 31. The Cavaliers defeated the Sun Devils 9-3. “We put together 15 hits against the Sun Devils and played much better offensively and defensively,” said JF coach Ryan Gilleland.

  • Forest girls lacrosse defeat...

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            The Jefferson Forest girls lacrosse team is pushing to be the best in the area and isn’t letting anything stand in the way. The Lady Cavaliers defeated Rockbridge 15-9 on Tuesday, March 29.
        The first half of the game went back and forth until the Lady Cavs pulled together. “Our girls played great. We were tied 6-6 at one point in the first half then we pulled ahead to an 11-7 lead by halftime,” said Ava Rupert.

  • Hunter Skills Weekends feature...

        No doubt we’ve all heard the old English proverb, “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach”, and the same can be said for women and children.  Putting a delicious meal on the table is satisfying for both the cook and the diner regardless of gender.