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The other day, I was reading previews for the upcoming ACC football season.
The head coach of Duke’s gridiron bunch was quoted as having a team goal of earning a berth to a bowl game this year.
By Mike Forster
The Staunton River cheerleading team took to the sands of Myrtle Beach.
There, it competed in the UCA Cheer Camp.
Patrick Henry Community College’s Athletic Director released the 2009 Hall of Fame inductees, and a Bedford athlete was included on the list.
The wife and I spent the last week in Virginia Beach doing, well, beach things: hitting the surf, enjoying a frosty beverage on the balcony and eating our share of good food.
The football season officially opened this past Monday, as all three high schools kicked off double sessions, in conjunction with Virginia High School League guidelines.
While VHSL by-laws prohibited the high schoolers from practicing in late July, there was nothing to prohibit them from sharing their knowledge with the younger set.
There is a popular saying among the skateboarding set: If your town doesn’t have a skate park, your town IS the skate park.
Big Island Post 217 clawed its way back into contention for the American Legion District 9 title.
So much for any home-type advantage.
The Forest and Moneta teams won berths in the NABF World Series, making it easy to travel to the Lynchburg-area fete.
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