Is this just what the doctor ordered?
Jefferson Forest limped into last week’s bye weekend holding on to an 0-3 record.
While some are panicked over the early lack of success, it is not without precedent.
In fact, the Cavs opened the 2005 campaign by dropping three straight.
They also went 0-3 to start the 2000 campaign.
Could a better scenario unfold than that which is doing so right here in Bedford?
The Minutemen play this Friday night in what may well shape up to be Liberty’s Game of the Century.
Considering this century is only ten years old, that’s not hyperbole.
And what is the cause of the excitement?
Why, none other than the imminent arrival of the Amherst Lancers.
Talk about your wild and wet adventures. All this one needs is rain.
James River heads down from Buchanan to face Staunton River this Friday, at 7 p.m.
Last year, Staunton River prevailed, as James River became the second victim of an eventual five- game Golden Eagle win streak.
Will history repeat?
That will likely depend on Staunton River’s ability to thwart a highly regarded Knight attack.
Jefferson Forest High School coach Ray Davidson has high expectations for senior golfer George McDaniel.
“He is a fantastic golfer,” Davidson said. “We expect him to go low every time.”
Monday wasn’t any different as McDaniel led the Cavaliers to the Seminole District tournament title.