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Scott “Cujo” Sigmon provided the exclamation point to a beautiful card of boxing.
Following a prolonged absence from the area, the sport returned with a flourish, as Sigmon outfought Toris “The Bull” Brewer in the eight-round main event.
Scott Sigmon was certainly impressive in his eight-round victory Saturday night.
I believe his efforts leading up to the fight were even more notable.
While things are far from settled, one thing is clear: the road to a Seminole District championship runs through the Forest baseball diamond.
Banking, baseball and bingeing have come together in a bulging beef behemoth.
Behold the Fifth Third Burger, named for the Fifth Third Bank.
Early next week, we’ll see the opening of Major League Baseball’s regular season.
The heavy rains that have recently pounded our area appeared to have little impact on the Jefferson Forest baseball team.
Jefferson Forest Head Coach Gary Harris might have to change his first name to Ben. Or, maybe, to Jerry.
When Scott “Cujo” Sigmon takes to the ring this Saturday, he’ll have one thing on his mind: crushing his opponent.
After Liberty’s physical style of play had held the Forest scoring machine in check for the first half of the game, the team turned to its senior leadership to help break the logjam.
If moving the Liberty girls’ soccer game from their home turf to Rustburg’s caused any shift in home field advantage, it didn’t show up on the scoreboard.
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