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County grapplers invaded Lynchburg’s Liberty Christian Academy this past weekend and came away the richer for it.
It appears that the Liberty lady hoopsters won’t win the title of tops in the county this season.
Without the use of a playoff system, Alabama has been crowned, and there is no real argument about the Tide’s merit. Cincy proved to be a phony. Boise State and TCU showed themselves to be very solid programs that are not yet title-worthy.
Local hoops action resumed in this new year with Jefferson Forest heading to Liberty.
While some were enjoying figgy pudding and egg nogs, others were grinding it out on area basketball courts.
Dark clouds reappeared over the Staunton River High School football program with the news that head football Coach Rick Witt had abruptly resigned.
Staunton River’s Wesley Gates capped off a remarkable year by being named to the Associated Press All-State AA football team. Gates was named as the kick returner on the first team.
“What makes a king out of a slave? Courage!
“What makes the flag on the mast to wave? Courage!
How’s this for your dream scenario?
There’s a great thing about making predictions about the upcoming year: Nobody ever goes back and checks on your accuracy.
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