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Virginia is to major college football and basketball what Wrigley Field is to Major League Baseball: Lovely places without championship hardware.
Liberty unleashed the dogs and easily dispatched Marion Senior High School. The win advanced the Minutemen to the state semifinals, where they faced Cave Spring. That game took place Tuesday, at VCU’s Siegel Center.
Let there be no questions about it. When the state AA basketball tournament kicks off this weekend, the Liberty boys will be the top-seeded team out of Region III.
The Staunton River girls continued with their storybook season, as they punched their ticket to the state tournament. That trip comes with being the second-place finisher in Region III.
I’d like to recommend the cancellation of any future Seminole District basketball tournaments.
I doubt that idea will get much traction, but I’ll still put it out there.
Inclement weather proved to be but a small obstacle for the 11th annual Bedford Outdoor Sportsman Association’s (BOSA) show.
State quarterfinal games at the Salem Civic Center
It wasn’t bad enough that Liberty saw its hopes for a Seminole District tournament title vanish along with its 11- point lead.
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.
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