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When opposing basketball teams travel to Liberty’s gym, they have more to contend with than just the talent they face on the floor.
I am wary (and weary) of those supposed experts who are calling this the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. That is yet to be determined (though my money says there have been worse times).
There is an old Sicilian proverb: Vengeance is a dish best served cold.
Such was the case for the Brookville basketball squad, which avenged its loss to Jefferson Forest 36 days later.
Talk about a turn-around.
Jefferson Forest stayed in the thick of the Seminole race as it took care of Staunton River by a score of 62-48.
Watching basketball the other day, I was taken aback by the preponderance of tattoos on the athletes.
The Liberty boys basketball team sent holiday greetings to the rest of Region III: We are coming together.
Liberty wrapped up the first half of its Seminole schedule with a hard-fought 60-50 win over Jefferson Forest.
The motto around Staunton River High School is “Be an 11.” The phrase refers to wanting to be better than a 10.
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