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Jarid Jones is obviously no fan of cold weather.
With the month of April winding down, we all know what will soon be upon us.
No, I don’t mean the possibility of two consecutive days without rain.
Jefferson Forest may not be winning with the crushing scores of past Cav soccer teams. But this year’s version is more than happy to take close victories as long as it stays undefeated.
The three local girls’ soccer squads continued on a path that should have them in possession of the top three spots in the Seminole, come the end of the season.
The coronation march was sidetracked.
Brookville, everyone’s choice to run away with the Seminole District, was ambushed at home by a scrappy Jefferson Forest team. The Lady Cavs’ early strike set the pace of the game and JF cruised to a 5-2 win.
I want government out of our lives. With the exception of saving the newspaper industry and bailing out the economy of central Virginia, the Feds should leave us alone.
While many local athletes were using the spring break to hone their skills, local baseballers were in the thick of the action.
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.
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