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After playing the first half to a draw, Staunton River stepped it up after halftime to top Liberty 51-37.
In a match that was two parts strategy, three parts talent and one part alignment of the stars, the Jefferson Forest wrestling team did something that has never been done before: It beat Brookville.
I’m sure glad the wife locked down our Christmas plans early. That way, in the event we’re invited to the Grohs’ house, I’ll have a ready-made (honest) excuse to decline.
Freezing temperatures did little to chill the enthusiasm of several hundred hardy runners who competed in this year’s Peaks of Otter Christmas Classic.
Non-district basketball play opened in gymnasiums across the county.
While the games have no bearing on standings, seedings and such, they do provide an insight into what can be expected once Seminole play begins.
A familiar refrain is ringing through the wrestling rooms and gymnasiums of the county squads: Knock off Brookville.
Have no doubt about it: The Liberty basketball team is chock full o’ talent this season.
Also, have no doubt about it: That talent level guarantees the team nothing.
In a world where height doesn’t count, the Jefferson Forest basketball team would be one of the favorites in the race for the Seminole crown.
The fans of Staunton River will get their first look at the 2008-09 Golden Eagles this Friday night. That’s when Staunton River hosts Bassett for the team’s first game in its new gym.
I saw Jefferson Forest football players shed tears twice this season.
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