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Some days you eat the bear and some days the bear eats you.
Jefferson Forest’s baseball team chose the wrong time to leave its “A” game at home.
A large number of graduating athletes was feted last Tuesday evening as the Bedford Rotary Club presented the Fifteenth Annual Scholar Athlete Awards.
Parents of high school jocks won’t be digging a bit deeper, after all.
At least not anytime soon.
My editor approached me the other day, asking if I’d lend a hand in covering the upcoming graduation exercises of our three high schools.
They missed one of their objectives, but they did get over one hump.
Nothing is easy from this point, on.
Actually, it hasn’t been easy for a while.
Fact: There were a total of six field events in the State AA boys track and field championships.
Fact: Bedford County athletes won three of them.
The World Cup kicks off this week.
We here at the Bedford Bulletin are like a big family.
And I mean that in the most negative sense of the term.
Everyone expected Jefferson Forest and E.C. Glass to play to a tie that would be settled by a shoot out.
The Cavs had other ideas.
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