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Liberty slipped easily into the dramatic mode one would expect from a trip to Broadway. After a wrenching first half, the Minutemen regrouped to post all of its points in the second half en route to a 28-20 win.
It was painful.
For the Jeff Forest players on the field, the pain was physical.
Staunton River’s season got off to a resounding thud, as the Eagles were blanked by a super-charged bunch from Cave Spring.
Scott “Cujo” Sigmon toyed with his opponent for a couple of rounds before sending him to the canvas early in the third round.
Just because I’m not invited to vote in the AP Writers’ College Football Poll doesn’t give me license to be petty.
Even in the stifling heat of August, Sammie Veloso is thinking of ice.
And not the kind that you put in your lemonade.
A month of sweat, a summer of dedication and a year of speculation will come to a head when the three county football teams enter the season’s fray this Friday evening.
Don’t miss the most comprehensive and informative football preview of its kind.
A dozen fights. A pair of Bedford amateur pugilists. Wartime Rivera. Knockout machine Isaac Rodrigues.
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.
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