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A Senior Night cake awaited the graduating Staunton River players at the conclusion of their game with Jefferson Forest.
The latest shenanigans prove that baseball’s Steroid Era is far from over.
Heck, it very well may be in its heyday.
Like his father, Shawn, David Jackson will attend a service academy when he heads off to college following his graduation from Jefferson Forest High School this year.
There is a classic episode of the Three Stooges (alright, ALL of them are classic, except for the sorry Curly-Joe ones).
Thursday, May 14
Track finals (@ Amherst)
It was touch-and-go during the early stages of the Liberty-Jefferson Forest tennis match.
The Lady Cavs, however, made a strong comeback to take the Minettes 8-1.
Now, THAT’s what we expect in a county rivalry game.
The Liberty Minutemen played a complete game, showing hustle throughout, nearly spoiling Jefferson Forest’s Senior Night.
For those planning on a nice long night of baseball last Friday, there was only disappointment.
Local track talent was honing its skills this past weekend, in anticipation of today’s (Wednesday) county track meet at Staunton River High School.
Brookville got some help from a Seminole foe while tending to business on its own diamond. As a result, the Bees were in sole possession of first place prior to their game with second-place JF (Tuesday, after press time).
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