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Today's Sports

  • This Bud's for you Hokie...

      Bud Foster made the right move in turning down Georgia’s offer of the Bulldogs’ defensive coordinator position.

    In fact, it was a no-brainer.

  • Wrestling white out

    For the first time in history, the same team won both the River Rumble and the Bedford Brawl.  And, no, it wasn’t Christiansburg or Brookville.

  • Rivermen swim strong

    Staunton River has rarely been accused of being a strong swimming school.

    That appears to have changed, starting with the boys team.

  • Top Ten stories of 2009: #10

     Our final story in the top ten was newsworthy, but hardly shocking.  Jefferson Forest continued its long run of excellence on the ball field, as both its baseball and softball teams had superb seasons.  The Cavs took home the Seminole crown by virtue of a 10-2 regular season record.  The Cavs would advance to the Regional semifinals, where they were ousted by Alleghany, 1-0.  The Lady Cavs, similarly, posted a 10-2 regular season mark.  That tied them with Brookville but, since JF beat the Bees t

  • Minutemen put down pesky Eagles

    A few things became obvious during homestanding Liberty’s 59-47 win over Staunton River last Friday.

  • Minettes look lively in win

    The Liberty ladies got their holiday seasons confused.  Instead of having a Yuletide ho-ho-ho approach, the team took on a Halloween rising-from-the-grave demeanor.

  • Wrestling roundup

      Liberty is certainly a program on the upswing.  Yet the Minutemen are still well short of the elite levels.

    That fact was on display as Brookville thrashed homestanding Liberty, 59-9.

  • Bowls for a dog's breakfast...

      Could the powers that be have possibly come up with a worse slate of bowl games?

    It’s enough to make me retire my jug o’ wing sauce.

  • All local high school sports...

     If you're a fan of high school sports, you'll have to find something else to do this weekend.  That's because the entire slate of activities for Liberty, Jefferson Forest and Staunton River have been scrapped.

    The reason:  expected heavy snows that might make travel to and from the games less safe than desired.

    Athletic directors have already started setting up make-up dates.  Here's what we know so far:

    -The Bedford Brawl, Liberty's premier wrestling event, will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 22.

  • Minutemen seek return to glory

    The big question as the boys’ basketball season kicks into gear is whether Liberty can match, or improve, on last season’s run.