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“Growing old is mandatory; growing up is optional.”
“There’s nothing to do around here.”
Four matches into the 2011 schedule, the Staunton River volleyball team has already accomplished what it took a full season last year to accomplish: It has four wins.
Momentum is a fickle mistress. She plied her wiles on the fields of Moneta Friday evening. When she was through, the scoreboard read: Jefferson Forest 42, Staunton River 24.
Staunton River’s Brian Ellis has been called many things: tough guy, captain, hard-hitter, leader.
In a reversal of fortunes, Staunton River topped defending Seminole champion Jefferson Forest, three games to two, in early-season volleyball action.
I received (yet) another goofy press release today. This one described the excitement generated by the naming of the stadium the New York Giants and New York Jets share.
Jefferson Forest will head to Staunton River with a lot on the line, even though it’s still technically summer.
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