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Shaken, at first, the Staunton River Lady Eagles regrouped, got back to playing their style of basketball, and emerged with the Seminole District’s tournament title.
Once again, the Academy Awards have come and gone. And, once again, I had not seen any of the nominees for best picture. Heck, I’m not sure I’ve even heard of most of them before.
Per Liberty Athletic Director Scott Craig:
This Friday night's Regional semifinal game between Liberty and Northside has been moved from Brookville to Jefferson Forest. It will take place at 7 p.m.
Having endured criticism from many quarters this past season, the Liberty Minutemen turned naysayers into believers with their title run.
From a team perspective, the county’s indoor track entrants were by no means the dominant forces at this year’s District championship.
Bedford County will be well represented at this weekend’s state tournament, as an even dozen local grapplers punched the ticket to the big show at the Salem Civic Center.
I recently read that a study showed that some former football players had brain injuries on a par with former professional boxers.
Clean out the cobwebs and dust the shelves: The trophy case at Staunton River is back in business.
Outside of the team room of the Staunton River girls’ basketball team, there is a clipping from one of the local papers. It is the preseason predictions and it shows the Eagles landing in fourth place.
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